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Mets: 3 moves that would be made if Twitter was the General Manager

Apr 22, 2021; Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York Mets catcher James McCann (33) reacts after striking out against the Chicago Cubs during the sixth inning at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports
Apr 22, 2021; Chicago, Illinois, USA; New York Mets catcher James McCann (33) reacts after striking out against the Chicago Cubs during the sixth inning at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Kamil Krzaczynski-USA TODAY Sports
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NEW YORK, NY – MAY 8: Luis Rojas #19 of the New York Mets walks off the field during the sixth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field on May 8, 2021 in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Adam Hunger/Getty Images)

The New York Mets have one of the most passionate fanbases in all of baseball and if you are not engaged in Mets Twitter you are sorely missing out. While the general temperature of Mets Twitter varies based on the team’s nightly performance or on moves that are being made from the top, there’s always something for everybody on Mets Twitter. If it’s something if you haven’t discovered yet, I would highly recommend checking out the content that is shared among the fanbase.

Sticking with the theme of Mets Twitter, for those of you who are constantly engaged, you will notice there are many common themes among Mets fans that seem like they are repeated ad nauseam when things aren’t going well for the ballclub. However, it’s always fun to play “armchair quarterback” with your favorite teams, and in turn, it made me think of three of the most common moves that would be made if the Mets General Manager position was run by Twitter.

If Twitter became the General Manager of the New York Mets, there are three moves that would immediately occur under the new regime in the front office.

While thankfully our beloved organization is not run by the fans on Twitter, there is certainly a trio of moves that share a common theme among the fanbase and they would almost happen instantaneously should Twitter be given the keys to the General Manager’s office.

Without delay let’s take a look at the three moves that would be made by the Mets fanbase if Twitter was the General Manager and feel free to personally evaluate if these moves fall in line with your thinking in regards to the current Mets situations at hand.

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