No News Is No News

Whilst the Carlos clock kept ticking, the Mets resolved their what 43 year old will play first base whilst Rome burns and Omar fiddles.

Andres Galaragga is not the blueprint to success but although Galaragga missed the bulk of the 2004 season, as he received treatment for a recurrence of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, he's a great presence to add to the bench. He played seven games for the Angels in September, going 3-for-10 with a homer and two RBIs. I don't need to remind anyone, that spells .300-60-120 over a season.

In some corners, they still must get Carlos.

Even if we kick the Shea Hillenbrand tires.

Really: Shea?

Has there ever been a more appropriate player for the Mets?

Not to mention, cheap solution at first...Hillenbrand, 29, batted .310 with 15 homers and 80 RBIs.

The best news of the day is that there are 41 new free agents to pick from.

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