We need a resident Mets fan here.
After a win like this: are you letting yourself believe?
Walking into work on Monday when your New York Mets are 12-2 pic.twitter.com/4bvGqYAxkN
— Susana (@SusiMJK) April 15, 2018
The Mets are 12-2.
We don’t know how, but they are.
The kind of season we haven’t seen in a long time. The kind we didn’t even see when they won the pennant in 2015—having clung to .500 until the Cespedes trade in July, and the take-off from there.
A beginning like they’ve never begun.
This is the first time in franchise history the Mets have won five consecutive series to open a season. Despite last night's loss, the Mets' 12-2 record is still the best 14-game start in team history.
— Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) April 15, 2018
And a year that feels a bit more special than most. When Ed Charles passed away. Then Rusty Staub. And almost 50 seasons since the ’69 team, the one that made October a miracle.
I just heard about Rusty Staub's passing. A bittersweet day for the #Mets family. He was one ofnthe greats of this franchise. I'm sure he and Ed Charles are enjoying their new seats for today's game. Win for them! #LGM #RIP
— Matt Streppone (@mstreppone9) March 29, 2018
And so, this time around, you Mets fans want to witness again something special. To spend a summer in wonder. At the ballpark. As the noisy airport sky over Flushing meets its rival in the sound of ecstatic winning.
When you see this team, these wins, this Wilmer Flores home run, crushed into the seats in left-center.
Do you believe?
Wilmer Flores. Walkoff. Mets are 12-2. pic.twitter.com/qi2MwnNu9h
— The Big Inning (@big_inning) April 15, 2018
When you’ve had your hopes ruined, a few too many times.
But then these Mets go 12-2.
Can you find some room to believe?