The Denver Broncos’ new quarterback, Peyton Manning, was on hand to watch the Mets take on the Rockies at Coors field on Sunday. Manning was the backup QB (albeit briefly) behind Todd Helton at Tennessee. He cheered on his old teammate when Helton blasted a game-tying grand slam. But Manning also spent some time catching up with another former Volunteer, R.A Dickey of the Mets. Here they are before the game:
Browsing Archive April, 2012
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Mets 6 Rockies 5
A series win gives Mets fans a Rocky Mountain High.
Mets 7 Rockies 5
Only one bad inning for the Mets in this game. And this time, the Rox didn’t score 11 runs in that frame.
Rockies 18 Mets 9
Sometimes, all you need is one domino to fall. The Mets knocked that one domino over in the fifth, with two outs, and next thing you knew a tie ballgame became a comfy four-run lead. Then came the BOTTOM of the fifth inning …
Mets 3 Marlins 2
Mets complete a sweep of the Marlins on Kirk Nieuwenhuis day.
Mets 5 Marlins 1
Mets sink Fish to go two games over .500 and retain sole possession of third place.
Ike Davis gives me headaches. I throw on the Mets game after a friend told me what Kung Fo Panda just did. After watching Dillon Gee struggle, I get to watch Ike Davis strike out looking with the bases load in the 8th inning against the San Francisco Giants. The Mets would lose 7-2.
After striking out, Davis properly mutters something he shouldn’t have, and throws his bat like an underhand toss. He un-straps his batting gloves and proceeds to look up to the sky as if the answers lie there. But the answers lie in his attitude at the plate.