Poll Results: Mets 2010 Worst Contract

Oliver Perez 18 votes 58%
Omar Minaya 7 votes 23%
Carlos Beltran 3 votes 10%
Entire Team 1 vote 3%
Jerry Manuel 1 vote 3%
Luis Castillo 1 vote 3%

 

It’s not a huge surprise that Perez ran away with this poll. The faux knee injury last year and his “rehab” stint in the minors was a terrible omen for the rest of his 3-year/$36 million contract.

I have to say that I thought that Castillo would garner more votes. And Beltran is looking like he may be a waste of $18.5 million this year if he doesn’t come back healthy enough to make an impact this year.

You can see the original poll post and let me know in the comments here if you didn’t get a chance to vote. Who do you think is the biggest waste of money for the Mets this year?

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4 thoughts on “Poll Results: Mets 2010 Worst Contract

  1. Robin Schwartz

    Ollie had it in the bag. The only way I could have voted for someone else was in attempt to be humorous, I still maintain that the biggest burden are the Coupon family.I am also excited that the Mets have gotten Gary (Roids) Matthews on the team, after all he is so wonderful that the Angels are saying "here is$20 million, please take him" He is an older version of Church.who you know I miss beyond words.

    1. Dave Doyle

      Ollie is looking like a horrible waste of money, but if Beltran doesn't come back healthy that's $18.5 million up in flames. Minaya got a good number of votes too. He's holding his own pretty well as a complete waste of money by the team. I'm sure the only reason he's still there is because the Mets owe him three more years of salary.

  2. Dave Doyle

    Ollie is looking like a horrible waste of money, but if Beltran doesn't come back healthy that's $18.5 million up in flames. Minaya got a good number of votes too. He's holding his own pretty well as a complete waste of money by the team. I'm sure the only reason he's still there is because the Mets owe him three more years of salary.

  3. Robin Schwartz

    Ollie had it in the bag. The only way I could have voted for someone else was in attempt to be humorous, I still maintain that the biggest burden are the Coupon family.I am also excited that the Mets have gotten Gary (Roids) Matthews on the team, after all he is so wonderful that the Angels are saying “here is$20 million, please take him” He is an older version of Church.who you know I miss beyond words.

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