Eight Months Later…NOTHING Has Changed

If you are on the Mets.com e-mail list, chances are you received this letter on Monday October 1, 2007 (the day after Tom Glavine couldn’t make it out of the first inning and the day the Mets season ended):

From Mets COO Jeff Wilpon:

Dear Mets Fan:

All of us at the Mets are bitterly disappointed in failing to achieve our collective goal of building upon last year’s success. We did not meet our organization’s expectations — or yours. Everyone at Shea feels the same range of emotions as you — our loyal fans — and we know we have let you down. We wanted to thank you for your record-breaking support of our team this year.

Equally important, Ownership will continue its commitment in providing the resources necessary to field a championship team. Omar will be meeting with Ownership shortly to present his plan on addressing our shortcomings so that we can achieve our goal of winning championships in 2008 and beyond.

You deserve better results.

Many thanks again for your record-breaking support.

So what exactly was that plan that Omar presented to ownership?

1. Lets hope that Johan Santana fall into our laps

2. I think Matt Wise is what the bullpen is missing

3. Other than that we’ll stick with the status quo. Except for Ricky Henderson, he needs to go.

Seriously Jeff Wilpon, what exactly did you guys do in those meetings? Your team is a joke. Get a real GM to fix this mess.

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