May 10, 2004

The Sky has come crashing down on the M's

Steve Kelly has seen the M-pocalypse, and tells everyone about it in today’s Times. It’s what I love about Kelly; he always keeps an even keel. The article is worth reading anyway.

Paul from Nice Guys wraps up the views of the blogosphere pretty succintly: Thanks for coming to town. Here, take our will to live.

How exactly does a team that fancies itself any sort of contender get the Yankees for 3 at home, missing Brown and Vasquez, and end up losing twice?
Once with a 6 run lead, no less? I'm at the point where I can no longer fathom why I thought this team could win. This team has gotten away with some thing that just aren't working anymore. I can't stand it. Everytime I sit down to write a reasonable, measured look at the Beloved M's I just start hating.

And boy does the Mrs. Frinklin enjoy that.

Posted by Frinklin at May 10, 2004 08:10 PM

Easy killer ;o).

Posted by: Brian at May 10, 2004 08:12 PM

Steve Kelly's predictably dramatic post-mortem reminds us how bad the Seattle sports writers are and why most of us follow the blogs instead. He's been as clueless as Mariner management during the off season but is lauded for being first to pile on the corpse. I'm amazed he waited so long.

Posted by: Jim at May 11, 2004 10:06 AM

What's really sad is that Kelly will be calling the M's worldbeaters again if they can rip off 5-6 in a row.

Posted by: frinklin at May 11, 2004 04:15 PM
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