Why even bother to recap or preview Met games this year? It pretty much is the same old story day in and day out (except with a slight possibility that the team stays in the game with Matt Harvey on the mound). Instead, we at MetsFanClub.com created a quick and easy template to use that will surely save bloggers countless hours of useless game recapping copy:
Before the first game of the series:
The Mets look to take the opening game of the series against the <enter team name> <today/tonight> at <enter Ballpark name>
After the first game:
The Mets lost today to <enter team name> by a score of <enter score> with <enter starting pitcher’s name> taking the loss with Ike Davis going 0-for <enter number of at-bats>.
Before the second game of the series:
The Mets try to bounce back from yesterday’s defeat <today/tonight> against the <enter team name> and try to break their losing streak of <enter number of games>
After the second game:
The Mets lost a heartbreaker again today to <enter team name> by a score of <enter score> with <enter bullpen reliever’s name> taking the loss with Ike Davis and the entire Mets outfield going a combined 0-for <enter number of at-bats>.
Before the third game of the series:
Mets try to avoid the sweep <today/tonight> against the <enter team name> before catching a plane to <city where next series is to be played> to face the <enter upcoming opponents name>. Terry Collins looks <enter adjective describing cluelessness> about what to do to inject some life into this team.
After the third game of the series:
The Mets’ <enter offense, defense, or pitching – as many as applies> was non-existent <today/tonight> as the <enter team name> swept them once again to extend the Mets losing streak to <enter number of games>. The Mets got more bad news today when <enter young prospects name> was injured while <enter freak acccident>
And there you have it – our good deed of the day. The scary thing about this is we’re really not that far off with this, right!?
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