I was all set to bring you a recap of my second visit to Citi Field, when Francisco Rodriguez walked Mariano Rivera with the bases loaded.
I just don't have it in me right now. Maybe I'll get to Citi Field later this week.
If I still cared I think I'd cry right now.
I've talked many times about how I can't stand bases-loaded walks, and how it seems like it's just become more and more prevalent in the past decade or so (let's date it back to, say, the 1999 NLCS).
And then you have the Mets' big-money closer not able to throw 3 strikes past the other team's closer.
Nice job, Mets. Fantastic.