Wright’s pink shirt. Gomez’s pop and lock.
If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know I keep my eyes peeled for the funniest moments in SNY’s Mets coverage. I like to recreate those moments here, purely for your amusement. Last night, I caught this gem of what must be some clubhouse ribbing at the expense of our Pretty Boy, David Wright.
What, you don’t see it? Let me telestrate for you:
I would bet money that the culprit is Paul Lo Duca. Looks like he’s written "I AM ***" on David Wright’s pink Nike shirt. Sophomoric? Of course. But I do like that D-Wright’s left it up as a badge of honor.
If you saw last night’s rain-delayed and rain-shortened game, then you know one highlight was a stellar run-and-leap catch by left fielder Carlos Gomez to rob Juan Encarnacion of an extra-base hit. But perhaps you missed Gomez’s earlier feat–a dugout cha cha and pop-and-lock routine. The kid’s challenging Jose Reyes for the title of Dugout Dance King. Better step it up, Jose. (As a bonus, watch again and focus on Shawn Green’s version of the white-man’s shuffle. Love him.)