New York Mets: Mets Booth Has A Little Fun at the Astros Expense

Daniel Marcillo
New York Mets
Dec 7, 2015; Nashville, TN, USA; New York Mets sign and logo during the MLB winter meetings at Gaylord Opryland Resort. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

We are now at the point of the sports drought where we are relegated to having professional broadcasters call virtual baseball games. The New York Mets broadcasters of Gary Cohen, Ron Darling and Keith Hernandez made sure we did not forget about the Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal.

I think this booth could broadcast a turtle race and it would still be entertaining. Cohen took it to another level when he actually kept track of the game in his scorebook. Fans who did tune into the game received a good game to watch with the best booth in baseball calling it.

Put Us Out of Our Misery

At least this holds fans over until we possibly get games during May. As for the virtual Mets, they are struggling at 3-7 and they have already lost multiple games in extra innings. deGrom has pitched well picking up two of their three wins.

Hopefully, this does not last too much longer and things get better to a point where all the games are played in the same area. For now keep watching your old highlights and paying attention to the MLB the Show simulations.