The Mets Gave Away a Toy Phillies Truck on Sunday

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I am ashamed. I missed this over the weekend, missed an opportunity to LOL at the NY Mets.

Sunday was (Who But?) W.B. Mason toy truck giveaway at Citi Field, and while you might assume the Metropolitans handed out tiny replicas of the unmarked trucks used to covertly deliver Bernie Madoff’s illegal profits to cover the Mets’ payroll in the mid-2000s, it turns out what the Mets handed out on Sunday was even sadder and a little bit more hilarious: a Phillies truck. Behold, the Mets’ Sunday giveaway:

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That… is a Phillies logo on the door.

Now, it appears as though this was an isolated incident, so it’s not that big of a deal. But still, the other baseball team in New York handed out a toy Phillies truck on Sunday afternoon.

The Mets: America’s car accident. Almost literally this time.

via SB Nation, H/T to all-star CB reader (@Banditmax) and (@DylanCC_Philly), (@Jack_Fritz34

12 Comments

  1. eskin swallows cataldi's spunk

    August 6, 2014 at 8:37 am

    wow – the mets make the sixers look like a well run organization

  2. And yet they are ahead of the Phillies in the standings

  3. Some guy really messed up on this one. You guys should send Claude Giroux over to give him a good spanking.

  4. “See, there really is someone more inept than me”
    –RAJ

    Fuck you

  5. ike reeses english teacher

    August 6, 2014 at 1:05 pm

    They got the truck an we played like the mets all year good trade rube you fuck

  6. Shawn Chacon's fists of fury

    August 6, 2014 at 7:57 pm

    It would be a lot funnier if it was 2010 all over again, and the Mets were shit while the Phillies are good.

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