“There are worst things in the world. I can be working in the coal mines in West Virginia.’’—reliever Jon Adkins on the prospects of being cut.
HMmmm ya never know hes gotta be a better miner then pitcher…try it out jon!!
To NYM (RE: Line of the day)
Congratulations on being the first.
Why don’t you try out dictionary or some education. Jon may be from WV but he can talk and write intelligently unlike you. By the way spring is for getting ready for the season. Granted the numbers aren’t solid but last time I checked they don’t award a ring for winning the grapefruit league.
He’s got that right.
Baseball ain’t the end of the world.
ok this is a blog this should be where i really dont have to care about grammar its baseball not school/work!!
“Jon may be from WV but he can talk and write intelligently unlike you.”
im glad you personally know jon adkins to be able to make that statement
Please don’t take the response so personal. I am sure you are doing your best just like Jon Adkins or any other athelete. It is not so fun when your every little move is being scrutinized.
Hi, Mark. Nice to meet you.
Nice to see Jon can find the humor in his role in screwing over the Mets plans for a stellar pen. WTG Jon!
Anyway, folks, Adkins is good as gone. Get used to it!! Read a quote from one of the vets on the team who has an uneasy feeling about the bullpen. Having him around would make me feel uneasy, too. Cut him loose!
Guess what all of you “fans”. In Jon’s two seasons in the bigs he’s already made about 10 times what all of you combined will make in your pathetic little “lives”. So for now, put the fantasy baseball roster down and kick the Mr. Met doll that you’ve slept with since you were 7 out of bed and go back to sleep and dream of your glory days in tee ball when you were actually good enough to play.
Judging by the above comment it’s safe to say Jon Adkins reads this blog and is upset with all the criticism!
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