By: Stache Staff

#MetsTwitterBrackets Final 4

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The #MetsTwitterBrackets Final 4 is finally here! After two weeks of voting and nearly 7,000 votes, you have narrowed down our field of 64 to just 4.

Let’s meet our Final 4 participants:

Journalists Region – Marc Carig, Newsday

In just his second year on the Mets beat, Carig has become one of the best follows on Twitter. Not only does Carig have his finger on the pulse of the team, he’s “hella” entertaining. If you want great information with a West Coast Rap flavor, follow @MarcCarig.

Mets on Twitter Region – Matt Harvey, SP

Even though Matt Harvey isn’t going to throw a pitch for the Mets in 2014 (At least I hope so, cause elbow surgery), Harvey had very little resistance reaching the Final 4. Harvey is known not only for his pitching, but for slaying Yankee mongos on twitter as well. Just ask that Nick whats his name guy.

Mets Blogs Region – Metsmerized Online

After Metsblog.com was taken down in the first round, there was little doubt that the MMO juggernaut was going to be stopped. With over 35,000 daily visitors, who was going to stop that fanbase? Apparently no one.

TV/Radio Personalities Region – Gary Cohen

In a closer than expected battle in the Elite 8, top seeded Gary Cohen took out his fellow booth mate, Keith Hernandez. The legendary broadcaster probably deserved to be here more than anyone in the field of 64. One may wonder if he moves on and wins the Mets Twitter Brackets title, if he’ll utter the famous words, “…and the ball game is OVER!”

Just like the other previous votes, voting will close at 9PM ET.  The MetsTwitterBrackets championship game vote will take place on TUESDAY.  It just makes sense to do it on April Fools’ Day, cause you know…LOLMets

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