Welcome back nmig! This place is better when you are posting here.
Yeah, heard about NYFS and how to behave in those forums, so I'll be careful when I post there. I'm not off to a great start there, lol...I thought Terry should've gone after the umps a lot harder than he did after the botched rundown (the guy CLEARLY ran out of the basepaths). It would've been one thing if there was a very close play that resulted in a missed call (that happens...you deal with it), but completely missing a rule in the rulebook is something else. I think at that point, you have to go ballistic and basically make the umps run you from the game...no, it might not make any difference in the end-of-game result (and that wasn't my point at all when I posted that Terry needed to lose it), but at least you let the umps know they completely screwed up, and that, regardless of where your team is in the standings, that you're not just going to let something like that go. Well, suffice it to say the game-day thread participants didn't agree with me (though they kept missing my point...for some reason they kept thinking I was saying that Terry losing his mind would've inspired the team to win).
Anyway, not a great day for Colon, but the guy was due for a lesser game, and even with that, he still turned in 6 IP. Heaven forbid his teammates pick him up after he'd been lights-out after a nice stretch. All he has to do is pitch pretty well (and hopefully keep on racking up wins) before the deadline and he should draw some solid interest.
Let's face it, the only reason the Mets were "relevant" as long as they were was because of everyone else. They've had so many opportunities to tease...he'll, even if they were a couple of games under .500, they'd be close that I still be kind of hopeful. But they're toast now, and in a way that's good, because now Passive can start think about moving Colon, possibly Murph, etc.