From Boomer & Carton
After winning 6 straight, the Mets lost to the National last night and now have a weekend series with the first-place Phillies, so who better to talk about it with than SNY studio analyst Bob Ojeda?
Ojeda, of course, was part of the Mets’ 1986 Championship team and he seemed very encouraged by the Mets play of late after just a brutal start. He pointed to Jose Reyes as the main cog in the team’s success, which led to the question of whether or not he will remain a Met past this year.
He also talked about that ’86 Championship team and the lasting effect it’s had on Bill Buckner, who as you recall made the costly error in Game 6 that kept the Mets alive…