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The Second Place New York Mess, Sucking Annually

Well, the Mets are at it again...stinking up New York, the NL East and all of MLB. This time it's not with their miserable September play, it's with their crummy uniform decor. The Metropolitans are accessorizing their home jerseys this year with a comemorative patch to celebrate their new home, CitiField.

Allow me to present to the Phillies Phaitful the fresh new uniform addition that the NY Metropolitans will have for 2009. This awful image to the right is really what the Metropolitans intend to have on their jersey
sleeve this coming season...




Amatuerish? To say the least. How about that world class franchise across town? They are going to have a new ballpark as well. What might their patch look like? Have a glance...

It is a shame really. The Mets think their Dominos Pizza logo looking art work is sufficient enough to represent what kind of corporate baseball giant they are presenting the world. They are clueless. It screams out, "We deliver hot and fresh in 30 minutes. If not, don't worry...there's always next year." Are the Mets now going to have The Noid replace Mr. Met?



To compare the bootleg appearance of the Metropolitans' new sleeve patch to another properly run ball club, here is the Phillies' patch from when they debuted their current home, Citizens Bank Park.


Perhaps I have overreacted. I mean, maybe it is a beautiful logo and I am being too hasty. I mean, that fresh new design along with a microwave oven and an Atari video game console should really make ShitiField a nice place for the Mess to call home. Seriously though, the Metropolitans just continue to add to the list of reasons why they are lower class citizens in their city, their division and their sport.

Dear Mess, Here is the official PhoulBallz.com remix version of your sweet new sleeve patch. Use it with my greatest approval. No fee. Your immense awesomeness is payment enough. Thanks for being you.

Love, Jay Ballz



Comments

Jay Floyd said…
Many props to "MLR" Joe for help with the art work.
GM-Carson said…
That patch will be making an appearance on WSBGM's in the future. F'n Mets.
Jaylt said…
I am pulling for the new patch! that way when they are asked by SportsCenter why they suck so bad in April they can just turn their shoulders and we wont have to hear that horrible New York accent they have!
Jaylt said…
ha ha i meant September, but i want them to suck in April too! sorry my mind is on lacrosse season!
IRONPIGPEN said…
Sorry I missed Church on Sunday! The word verification thing wasn't working.

I'm glad it is today so I can unequivocably state - I HATE THE F------ METS!

Fine journalism, this is.
Amanda said…
Perfect patch for the Mets.
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