Thanks. I couldn't find it either until a few minutes ago.
I was so distracted with work I didn't hear much anyway.
"Any halfway decent questions?"
One or two maybe about where Flores will play and how important is Bourn's defense, the rest pretty much about him being on twitter and his dog.
I am sure that they will rebroadcast it, but you missed nothing as it was a total waste of time.
The only surprising thing that Sandy said was when asked about Wheeler is that he said he had only seen him pitch a couple of times and looks forward to seeing him pitch in ST.
Is this guy for real or what?
Exactly, that is what he said that he had only seen Wheeler pitch live a couple of times in addition to video.
Sandy talked more about his dog, his teaching at Berkeley, his personal life. He said very little of substance about the team, its direction, pending deals.
He is so laid back in attitude about the Mets it looked like he was bored out of his mind which is consistent with his lack of activity with the on field product.