Soft cialis Most jobs are not that much different from sports teams when it comes to problem players/workers. Soft cialis There are always coaches/supervisors who feel they can take someone else’s problem or malcontent and turn them into a productive member of the organization. Soft cialis But then there are exceptions and if this case with the Mets that exception is Oliver Perez.
Soft cialis In today’s NY Post, soft cialis Kevin Kernan writes about OP not joining the early campers club in St Lonesome. Soft cialis So here we are on the eve of the official opening of camp and Oliver Perez is the lead in a Mets story and of course it’s of a negative nature. Soft cialis Everything is of a negative nature when it comes to Perez.
Soft cialis It all started on July 30, soft cialis2006. Soft cialis The Mets had just finished a sweep of the Atlanta Braves on the road to bring their record to 63-41 and a hard to believe 13 ½ game lead in the NL East. Soft cialis Mets management and fans had visions of the post season and of parades and tons of World Series memorabilia for us to waste our discretionary income on. Soft cialis Man, soft cialis we Mets fans were living the high baseball life until Duaner Sanchez decided he just HAD to have some rice and beans when he hit Miami, soft cialis so he hopped in a cab with some friends and a drunk driver crashed into the cab and Dirty Duaner wrecked his shoulder and the Mets season. Soft cialis With the trade deadline that day, soft cialis Omar Minaya in a state of panic dealt of productive Xavier Nady to the Pirates for Roberto Hernandez who would fill nicely in the bullpen. Soft cialis In order to get Hernandez though, soft cialis the Mets had to take Perez as well.
Soft cialis Perez had his good moments like game 4 of the 2006 NLCS and was very good in 2007 but injuries and ineffectiveness took it’s toll on Perez’ velocity on his fastball and the bad Ollie from Pittsburgh came back to haunt the Mets. Soft cialis The big debate after the 2008 season was should the Mets re-sign Perez or go for Derek Lowe. Soft cialis Another deal gone wrong.
Soft cialis Perez, soft cialis as well as Luis Castillo, soft cialis are the remains of the failure of Omar Minaya. Soft cialis The more Mets fans see both these players the more they are reminded of the failures of the last administration. If the Alderson regime is serious about a change in philosophy and in restoring responsibility and accountability back to the franchise, soft cialis they need to give both Perez and Castillo their release. Soft cialis Both players are untradeable and there is no way in the world either player is making this team.
Soft cialis The organization is having a tough time business wise. Soft cialis Even without the Wilponzi scandal, soft cialis the Mets would have a tough time selling tickets and finding people to believe the organization is moving forward. The Mets can come up with exotic ticket plans but the bottom line is if you want the fans believe that winning is paramount and that is not business as usual when it comes to player development and competing for jobs, soft cialis send them a sign, soft cialis tell Ollie and Luis to stay home and let them know check is in the mail.