Several Mets spent the afternoon visiting the Holocaust Museum. If you’ve never been, it is a stunning experience.
“Very intense,” is how Shawn Green described it.
The exhibit that caught everybody’s attention was the Shoe Room, with shoes stacked up of the victims. David Newhan’s great grandmother was killed in the Warsaw Ghetto. He said he will take his son, Nico, when he’s older.
Had a very interesting conversation with Green. Like me, he’s interested in World War II history. I’ve been to France and saw the Normandy landing beaches, which might be the most sobering experience of my life. I’d like to go back.
Forecast is for rain tonight, but so far it is clear.
We just finished with Willie. The news nugget was Mike Pelfrey will remain in the rotation.
Randolph also addressed Oliver Perez’s inconsistency. “If he throws a gem tonight there’s no guarantee he will do it the next time,” he said.
There are never any guarantees, but that goes a step further with Perez.
Line-ups haven’t been posted yet.