Friday, February 17, 2012

A Tribute To Former New York Mets Catcher And Hall Of Famer The Kid Gary Carter.

The question begs, For the trillions who make this reform minded commentator the undisputed leader in the politics of Brooklyn.

The question begs, This reform minded commentator has returned once again with a tribute for a "New York Sports" legend, and "World Champion", former 11-time Major League Baseball All-Star, New York Mets Catcher, "The Kid" Gary Carter.

The question begs, From

"They called him “The Kid” for the boundless enthusiasm and sheer joy — personified by a memorably dazzling smile — with which he played the game of baseball."

The question begs, "The Kid" Gary Carter a man who played the game the right way this reform minded commentator points out.

"Gary Carter will always be remembered as the spark behind the 1986 world champion New York Mets."

The question begs, He was the 1980's "New York Mets" version of our own "The Man They Now Call" Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner.

"Carter died yesterday at 57 after a year-long battle with brain cancer. His career stats say he was an 11-time All-Star and two-time All-Star MVP, with 324 home runs and 1,225 RBIs.
But it was as the Mets’ ace backstop, flawlessly handling the team’s pitchers, that he became a fan favorite."

The question begs, This reform minded commentator points out they sure don't make the likes of "The Kid" Gary Carter anymore who is without a doubt in "Heaven" reading this very post.

"Yet his bat spoke volumes, too. And Met fans will always recall how his two-out single in game six of the ’86 Series began a miracle rally that ended with Mookie Wilson’s ground ball scooting through Bill Buckner’s legs and a Mets win."

The question begs, A thrill New York Met fans to this day still remember as "The Kid" Gary Carter helped the New York Mets win there first World Series in 17 years, and to this day there last.

"The Kid only played five seasons at Shea. But he’ll always be a Mets immortal. RIP."

The question begs, Ladies and Gentleman there's no better tribute to former 11-time All Star, Major League Baseball Hall of Famer, and New York Mets Catcher, "The Kid" Gary Carter then a "Hall of Famer" in his own right, State Senator Marty Golden recently gave...

"Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today is announcing plans to introduce a New York State Senate Resolution remembering New York Mets legend Gary “The Kid” Carter. Golden will honor the Mets great, #8, with official recognition when the Senate resumes session later this month.

Further, State Senator Marty Golden has requested that the Empire State Building be adorned in blue and orange to honor the memory of true New York hero.

Senator Marty Golden stated, “New York has lost one of the heroes of 1986, a legendary ‘Boy of Summer’, with the passing of Gary Carter. A hall of famer, a World Series Champion, and a humanitarian, the good life that was Gary Carter’s ended yesterday at the young age of 57. Gary Carter may have lost his battle with cancer, but we must honor him, so to guarantee his legacy will inspire people for future generations.”

Golden continued, “I join with fellow New York Mets fans and all fans of baseball in mourning his loss. All fans of our National Pastime can pay a tribute to him by wearing blue and orange in the coming days. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this time.”

The question begs, A well deserved honor indeed.

The question begs, Which is why this reform minded commentator and the trillions send it's thoughts and prayers to the family of "New York Sports" legend, "World Champion", former 11-time All Star, Major League Baseball Hall of Famer, and New York Mets Catcher, "The Kid" Gary Carter.

The question begs, Long Live "The Kid" Gary Carter.

The question begs, As Always The Truth As Spoken.


  1. Gary Carter a class act on and off the field, who played the game of baseball and the game of life the right way.

    You will be missed but you will never be forgotten.


  2. The kid Gary Carter gone but not forgotten!!

  3. A New York sports legend indeed.

  4. His bat was clutch, he played the game the right way, and was gentleman through it all.

    Just like our own Brooklyn Congressman Bob Turner and State Senator Marty Golden.