Good game by the Mets tonight, great offensive performance by David Wright, excellent start by Johan Santana, the offense tacked on some runs, we beat that punk bitch Cole Hamels, yada yada.

But seriously can Aaron Heilman stop pitching in close situations? To the Phillies? Good God, this shit is not funny anymore.

In the eighth, Santana gave up two consecutive singles and Heilman is brought up. Without even thinking I’m like “Oh NO.” And in no time at all, Heilman gives up a three-run homer. I wasn’t even surprised or even that mad. That shit was mad predictable. Just like, yeah. That’s what Heilman does. I mean, look at the guy:

If that is not a picture of a guy who can’t handle a taut game against your biggest rival, I don’t know what is.

But hey, we got the win, so I can’t complain too much.

2 Responses to so

  1. Tracy says:

    I was in Philly for the Saturday game, and I literally couldn’t look when Heilman came in. I had to turn around and cover my eyes. I figured if there was a bunch of cheering, then things were not good. And even though it was a bit iffy there, I will say that I was cheering like a maniac when he got out of the inning.

    But I know what you’re saying…. I really don’t have that “oh good” feeling when anyone except Sanchez and Wagner come in. Hopefully that will change…

  2. billyfabs says:

    i second that last point, but yesterday’s performance aside, i’d throw in smith in that “oh good” category too.

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