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    • Sandy on WFAN: He's lying
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  • 1/17/13
  • PutItInTheBOOKS
Said that they expect some additions to happen before the start of the season. And that being patient is an understatement
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  • 1/17/13
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hopefully not man hopefully not.
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  • 1/17/13
  • METMAINEAC

He also couldnt name a (the) fukcing Right Fielder?

?!?!?!

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  • 1/17/13
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YA GOTTA BELIEVE!!! LETS GO METS!!!!!!

You wanna take a swing at it? uhhhhh 50-50

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  • 1/17/13
  • PutItInTheBOOKS
he does not sound too confident not what I want to hear from our GM
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  • 1/17/13
  • elsid1986
This is just an observation: It's been my experience in watching interviews etc. over the years that when people search for words when speaking its not because they want to lie, but more that they do not want to tell the truth. There is a differnce.
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  • 1/17/13
  • fargol

"he does not sound too confident not what I want to hear from our GM "

I wouldn't either if I was working for the Wilpons.

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  • 1/17/13
  • PutItInTheBOOKS
good point. I understand his hands are tied. But you can just hear the struggling in his voice LGM
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  • 1/17/13
  • JoseJose
LOL - neither would I. But he accepted the job knowing full well every single ramification, as he was working out of the commissioner's office and Fred specifically sought help from that office.
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  • 1/17/13
  • MetObserver
I think it would be lying if he stated that he was definitely going to do something specific. If says that they will be working to improve the outfield. That is not a lie. They have most likely been contacting other GMs for trades. The problem is they don't have the strength in the farm to make some of the trades they want. You have to understand that if you start with a weak team with no highly valued talent and a weak farm system and an owner that doesn't have extra money to throw at the problem it is a very hard job to build a winner.
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