Frank Francisco is finally back

Posted: September 8, 2013 in Hot Stove, News, Opinion
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By Steven InmanimagesCAU5LIB3

After 130+ games former Met closer Frank Francisco is finally back off the disabled list. He faced a few batters in today’s game vs. Cleveland and actually got the win.

Francisco is playing out the last few games of his dubious Mets career. There is a zero percent chance that Frank is back with the Mets next year. Once his $12 million dollar deal expires next month he will be a free agent, never to be seen as a Met again.

There were a few reports today that many Met players weren’t thrilled to see Francisco in the Mets clubhouse today.

This was the worst deal Sandy Alderson has made as a Met, no doubt about it. Francisco was mediocre before he got to the Mets and worse after. He missed the entire year with a phantom injury and reportedly told Jenrry Mejia to stay on the Disabled List to collect Major League Money. It’s a relief that this contract will be off the books soon.

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Comments
  1. frank says:

    It is terrible thing that these guys dont always give 100 percent !

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