Partnering with a pudding maker is “typical of the Mets,” said Kevin McGinn, a 43-year-old Yankees fan from Staten Island, speaking at Shea last week. He compared the soft dessert to the way that Omar Minaya, the general manager of the Mets, fired Willie Randolph abruptly last month. “Spineless, wishy-washy,” Mr. McGinn said.


I can’t add anything that Kevin Mcginn did not say.

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