Friday, October 26, 2012

Sandy vs. Sandy: A Tale of The Tape

Hurricane Sandy is churning its way up the Eastern seaboard.  No, I'm not talking about Mets' general manager Sandy Alderson.  I'm talking about an actual meteorological event here.  But now that I think of it, the Mets' Sandy has a few things in common with Mother Nature's Sandy.

Let's take a look at the tale of the tape between Hurricane Sandy and Sandy Alderson to see how similar they are and how slow a news day it is when there's no World Series game to watch and discuss.  Enjoy and please do your best to stay safe during the coming storm - the one that's not currently in the Mets' front office!

Hurricane Sandy
Sandy Alderson
Churning its way up the Eastern seaboard
Hoping to move up in the Eastern division
Expected to cause widespread power outages
Is used to seeing team-wide power outages
Barometric pressure continues to lower
Pressure from the fans continues to rise
Continues to push its way forth
Continues to watch his team finish fourth
Flushing Bay might overflow its banks
Would have more bank if not for Jason Bay
100 million wish to be spared
Wishes the Wilpons could spare $100 million

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