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Thursday, May 29, 2008

Morgan Freeman for Manager Campaign

Whilest you prepare yourself, dear reader, to see if the Mets moMETum can carry over into the the weekend set with Joe Torre's Bums, allow me to run something up the flagpole and see who salutes.

I think I've found the next manager of the Metropolitans. Everyone wants Willie fired, but few have put forth candidates who are up to the job.

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Freeman has a few ideas for fixing the Mets.

Morgan Freeman
has the presence. He has the wisdom. He has the visibility. He'll give dynamite press conferences. As a minority candidate, he'll appeal to the Wilpons. He knows the rule book and is unafraid to level fines. And, he can be pretty stupid when he wants to be.
'Nuff Said!
Check out this video and see if you don't agree with me.

Tipped off here, I swiped this video from here.

As the video documents, left field has always been a problem spot for the Mets, even when Danny Heep (featured in the video) roamed Flushing's verdant grasses.


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