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Alomar
(To the tune of Honesty)

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If you want a playoff team
Playing games in Queens
The deals we made were hard to be conceived
Robin was untradeable
We wouldn’t get back beans
But now the faithful’s starting to believe

Alomar is such a lovely word
Playing for the orange blue
Alomar, with Fonzie playing third
Will win it all in year oh-two

Roger gives us speed on top
And Weathers’ arm is fine
While Guthrie is a lefty in the pen
Alomar is Mr. Clutch
Alfonzo guards the line
Sign Juan Gone and we will win again

Alomar is such a lovely word
Playing for the orange blue
Alomar, with Fonzie playing third
Will win it all in year oh-two

We don’t need a catcher
The one we’ve got is tops
We just need an outfielder
Who hits the ball with pop
Stevie needs to make good on
His promises again
We know, we know

Juan goes deep in any park
I’m not too concerned
I won't ask for nothin' but Juan Gone
‘Cause when we need a monster shot
It’s Juan or Mike we’ll turn
Because they're the guys that we depend upon

Alomar is such a lovely word
Playing for the orange blue
Alomar, with Fonzie playing third
Will win it all in year oh-two

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December 14, 2001: Within a week, Mets' General Manager Steve Phillips traded Robin Ventura for David Justice, got Roberto Alomar from Cleveland for Matt Lawton and prospects, signed Roger Cedeno and David Weathers, and then traded Justice to Oakland for Mark Guthrie and a prospect. All the Mets need now to put them over the top is a slugger named Juan Gonzalez.

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