The New York Mets have unveiled a “Season’s Greetings” video and the final cut is everything you might expect. Much like the product on the field, it’s seemingly well-intended, but ultimately lifeless and disappointing. Save for the spirited duo of Justin Turner and Lucas Duda, everyone else comes across like they’re in the midst of the most awkward stages of puberty.
Catcher Travis d’Arnaud is listed as No. 15 on the Mets official roster, but he’s clearly not the noncommittal No. 15 behind those bashful, fading lyrics in the footage. Whoever it was, I’m guessing he won’t be tasked with giving a best man toast any time soon. As for Dillon Gee, No. 35, I’m convinced this is simply him at the peak of excitement.
So close, yet so Mets.
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