In answer to your questions about Moises Alou’s lite beer of choice, it is El Presidente. …. Damn! I forgot to ask him if he drinks it out of the bottle or on tap.
I think that was what Benny guessed yesterday. El Presidente is in fact a delicious brew.
Yea someone did guess El Presidente.
John, you are the man. You are quickly becoming mine, and I’m sure many many others, favorite mets beat writer
You’ll be my #1 forever if you find Seth Everett and pour a beer on his head for being a moron with nothing insightful to say ever.
Just a suggestion…
John…you the man….nice to see a NY writer actually give Milledge some credit.
Good work….your blog is now in my favorites!
Seth Everett…I’m glad someone else thinks he’s an idiot…I just scratch my head at some of the things he says.
“The Mets’ biggest need this offseason was to make Tom Glavine their number two pitcher. I can respect Omar if he doesn’t want to go over four years on any pitcher, but the fact of the matter is that he didn’t get a true ace, like a Zito, Suppan, or Dontrelle Willis.”
– Seth Everett (paraphrased)
This is the kind of “analysis” that makes me angry about what I presume to be Seth’s SNY salary (namely, higher than mine which is $0)... Yes, the Mets wanted an ace and no they didn’t acquire one, but God is in the details. The non-acquisition of Dontrelle Willis is as relevant as the non-acquisition of Roy Halladay or Matt Cain, and Suppan is not a g-d ace, even if some idiots want to pay him like he is. Honestly, if we had Suppan I would imagine that at this point he’d be our #3 guy. If Perez, Pelfrey, or Humber “arrive” this year, they would supersede him.
Someone tell Seth to get a clue.
You Rock John
As the guy who asked which beer it was, Kudos to you!
Thanks for asking him. That’s great stuff on your part.
Mo likes it in a can not gonna find it in too many places on tap. But he is a millionaire so I am sure he has a keg tap at home.
Yeah, I agree. That Seth Everett is so annoying. Why doesn’t SNY get some decent analysts!
Oh man, I knew it, haha. That was easy. That’s all Dominicans like to drink.
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