A New York Reader Says The Mets` Foreign-Born Players Drag The Team Down
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From: Bob Kuza (e-mail him)

Re: Nicholas Stix Blog: The Oliver Perez Debacle

On Opening Day, 18 of the Mets' 25 players were foreign-born. This marked the first time in major league history that more than half a team's roster was born outside of the continental United States.

Baseball fans cannot be happy about the continued trend toward stocking their favorite teams with non-English speaking, underperforming, overpaid players.

Met fans must be unusually frustrated as this is a continuation of a failed philosophy that began in 2005 with the tenure of General Manager Omar Minaya.

Kuza, who wrote previously about the Mets, is an engineer.

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