To all Met fans it has been a pleasure to have
the opportunity to entertain you with my new website in being
the ultimate fan. First I would like to give thanks to certain
individuals who made this season a happy one for me personally.
Thank you Mr. Richard Nere for allowing me to announce the unvailing
of my new website on the air at WFAN. Thank you Mr. Ethan Wilson
from the New York Mets media relations for just listening to
me. I also would like to thanks the following Mets, Ramon Castro,
David Wright, Chris Woodworth and rookie Anderson Hernandez
for the added autographs on the "1953 Metmobile".
Special thanks to the elite Met fans of New York, "Cowbell
Man" who's real name is Eddie. "Floppy Hat",
who's always first on line for ticket sales and who's real name
is Matt Hoey. Finally to Marlene who is and always will be the
#1 fan of Mike Piazza. As for next season the "1953 Metmobile"
along with its website will receive a face lift. I'm looking
forward to surprising everyone. As the season finally comes
to an end I must say the Mets finished strong. I think Omar
Minaya did a great job in reconstructing the team. I think that
Willie Randolph got to know his ballplayers better and learned
alot through his mistakes. Although many fans rant and rave
that Mr. Randolph did a bad job this season, I think those fans
are completly wrong. For someone who's never managed before
and was able to keep his team in contention till the final week
in August along with a winning record, Mr. Randolph did a good
job. Good work Willie! My final comments go out to Mr. Piazza.
It looks like Mr. Piazza will never be a Met again. So it is
really disappointing that he will be one of the only 2000 National
League Champions never to have autograph the "1953 Metmobile".
On Sunday Oct 2, 2005 my daughter Amanda (10 yrs Old) was convinced
that she could persuade Mr. Piazza to sign her dad's car after
the ballgame. Amanda made a sign saying "Mr. Piazza please
sign my dad's car. As Mr. Piazza drove out of the parking lot
to a more secluded area where he greets his #1 fans I told my
daughter to be on the look out for Mike. I was already tired
of trying to get him to sign one of the greatest piece of Mets
memorabilia ever assembled by one fan. I stood by the club house
and met up with a few ballplayers. I suddenly heard my wife
call out to me. She told me that Mr. Piazza had just driven
by. When I looked at my daughter she was very sad because when
she asked Mr. Piazza to sign her dad's car with no one around,
Mike rolled up his car window and ignored her. Amanda was almost
shedding a tear when I showed her the autograph on my hat of
Anderson Hernandez, the new rookie second baseman to the N.Y.
Mets. She ran over and was able to get his autograph. I was
able to get it also on the Metmobile. Thanks Mr. Hernandez....
To Mr. Piazza you were my hero on the field and maybe the hero
to many children also on the field . You may be inducted into
the hall of fame in the near future. As for my daughter Amanda
is concern, she thinks you should also be inducted into the
HALL OF SHAME.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Till Next Season