How Did #MetsTwitter React To The Mets Draft Selection?

How Did #MetsTwitter React To The Mets Draft Selection?

by Nick Giacone June 05, 2018 0 Comments

On Monday, the Mets selected OF Jarred Kelenic with the sixth overall pick in the MLB draft. Time will tell if it was the correct pick to make, but that won’t stop fans from speculating and giving their two cents. And who better to lead the charge of fan analysis than our very own #MetsTwitter.

So how did our beloved #MetsTwitter community take in Mr. Kelenic? Just as you’d expect. With open arms and salty rhetoric:

Some were welcoming...

Sort of... 

Some had jokes.... But most were as you’d expect.... The truth is, not one single fan or analyst knows how Jarred Kelenic is going to perform. But always leave it to #MetsTwitter to keep it entertaining and cynical. Whether Kelenic pans out or not, one thing is always certain: #MetsTwitter will always be out there, takin’ er easy for all us sinners.


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