I cannot write in words how horrible last night’s loss was. We got a glimpse of what the playoffs would feel like. The Shea crowd was truly intense, finally. And just like in the playoffs some players came up clutch in big spots, and some players are just killing the Mets right now. They are anti-clutch.
Shawn Green, clutch for the first time in months.
Luis Castillo, so clutch that his clutchness is rubbing off on others.
Marlon Anderson, taking clutchness to a new level.
Rally-killing, anti-clutch, and useless.
Amazingly clutch in non-pressure situations, in tense games . . . not clutch.
It hurts us to say it, but Aaron Heilman . . . not clutch.
We would not cry in the least if Jeff Conine, a player who has proven to be clutch in the past, starting getting some of Carlos Delgado’s playing time at first base.
Conine is clutch. And again, let us reiterate right now Delgado is rally-killing, anti-clutch, and useless.