Mets' Santana finally makes debut, feels fine

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PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - After weeks of anxiety, the Mets were thrilled to finally have Johan Santana take the mound last night at Tradition Field for his Grapefruit League debut. Full Story
lil_pedro

Mount Kisco, NY

#1 Mar 12, 2009
Redding's problems, garcia is done, livan hernandez has been healthy and still not pitched well in years, and niese is to green to risk bringing him up too early and possibly ruining him.. ALL THE MORE REASON TO SIGN PEDRO

“Wilma”

Since: Oct 07

Yonkers

#2 Mar 12, 2009
Just a matter of time until Satana goes the way of Pedro, a once great pitcher on the downside.

Los Mets......countdown to the Sept. collapse.
metsarefine

Glen Head, NY

#3 Mar 12, 2009
stop smoking crack. the mets have one of the best top 4. name 5 more teams that have 3 solid #3ish pitchers behind a #1 pitcher in this economy, and in the national league. Pelfrey and Maine only have to repeat and prove consistent, perez needs to win big games and bring 15 wins. With that, at our worst option, we have a few flakey options fir #5. So what? This means collapse? We also have on paper the finest bullpen in the game, top 3 defense in the game, and what else do you need for a collapse? I forgot that we also have a ton of stud offensive players, team chemistry, and a core squad that hasn't changed and demonstrated that minus a few short comings have great synergy and talent.
The mets were better then the phillies on paper the last few years, they collapsed a few times. They are by no means the best team, but they are contenders, and your hate and pessimism won't diminish the fact you know the mets are true contenders, and in the top class of the NL money aside. they don't spend more then last year and they are better.
Todd Schuster

New York, NY

#4 Mar 13, 2009
Good to see Johan is pitching pain free. Who cares about the results, 3 runs in 2 2/3 innings? It's meaningless. The most important thing is that he's healthy & threw 47 pitches, 32 for strikes. As long as he's ready to go in April that's what matters.
Todd Schuster

New York, NY

#5 Mar 13, 2009
nostephanfan wrote:
Just a matter of time until Satana goes the way of Pedro, a once great pitcher on the downside.
Los Mets......countdown to the Sept. collapse.
I thought you were going to change Stephan. It's getting banal & worn out. let's see how the steroid laden Stankees do, big shot.
baseballwang

Taipei, Taiwan

#6 Mar 13, 2009
nice debut ....i hink he can get better...yesterday i found he best bobblehead about johan

http://english.qman.com.tw/
DoochbagNo Stephan

Forest Hills, NY

#7 Mar 13, 2009
Dooch bag.. you should be more worried about fatboy CC or old men Mariano and Pettite.. coming off of injuries at 40.. countdown to the line at the trainers office for that old bunch..
nostephanfan wrote:
Just a matter of time until Satana goes the way of Pedro, a once great pitcher on the downside.
Los Mets......countdown to the Sept. collapse.
Will

Forest Hills, NY

#8 Mar 13, 2009
Don't try making sense with a major league imbecile.. just look at the handle and the picture of Seaver.. a* s *s ho* les ... don't come bigger than him..
metsarefine wrote:
stop smoking crack. the mets have one of the best top 4. name 5 more teams that have 3 solid #3ish pitchers behind a #1 pitcher in this economy, and in the national league. Pelfrey and Maine only have to repeat and prove consistent, perez needs to win big games and bring 15 wins. With that, at our worst option, we have a few flakey options fir #5. So what? This means collapse? We also have on paper the finest bullpen in the game, top 3 defense in the game, and what else do you need for a collapse? I forgot that we also have a ton of stud offensive players, team chemistry, and a core squad that hasn't changed and demonstrated that minus a few short comings have great synergy and talent.
The mets were better then the phillies on paper the last few years, they collapsed a few times. They are by no means the best team, but they are contenders, and your hate and pessimism won't diminish the fact you know the mets are true contenders, and in the top class of the NL money aside. they don't spend more then last year and they are better.
The True Hurt

Lima, Peru

#9 Mar 13, 2009
Dooch bag.. you should be more worried about fatboy CC or old men Mariano and Pettite.. coming off of injuries at 40.. countdown to the line at the trainers office for that old bunch..
nostephanfan wrote:
Just a matter of time until Satana goes the way of Pedro, a once great pitcher on the downside.
Los Mets......countdown to the Sept. collapse

There are some people in this game who really think that because a Team gave 160 mill to a Pitcher., they are really getting an ACE pitcher.,
This A$$HOLE is going to find very soon why the Indians trade Carlota Cristina Sabathia for nothing and Why the Dodgers or Angels didnīt even bother to talk with him.

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