So the Mets’ 2010 season ticket promo video has the theme of “We Believe in Comebacks”.

Um … after watching the collapses of 2007 and 2008 — two years that were strewn with lackluster finishes to games that were microcosms of the way those seasons finished — someone comes up with “comebacks” as the theme? Really?

Could the Mets possibly be any more out of touch with its fan base?

Hat tip to Andrew Vazzano of TheRopolitans for the youTube link.

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  1. Andy January 11, 2010 at 2:25 pm
    I actually like this ad and I like how the “comeback” theme really emphasizes how frustrating 2007~2009 has been for Mets fans. In a sense calling for a comeback constitutes an admission by the team and the management that the performance of the past few seasons (especially 2009) has been unacceptable.
  2. wrightttxgirlllx3 January 11, 2010 at 4:06 pm
    I kinda like it. I mean it’s so corny it kind of frustrates me, but I don’t know. At least they’re trying to raise our spirits. I think frenchy sorta kills it at the end. A little over the top. Really I’m just hoping they WILL make a comeback.
  3. gary s. January 12, 2010 at 12:11 am
    dumb move by the wilpons.. the fan base wants to see some starting pitching.not a dumb commercial.of course no one wanted a brooklyn dodger rotunda or a grand canyon sized outfield either..keep up the good work fred and jeff!!