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#176 Gorilla

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 01:38 PM

I watched almost none of the Mets v Yankees this weekend just because of how busy I had been and then the fucking Sunday game was on ESPN at 8pm.    I was happy to hear that the Mets got one win out of it all and the pitching held up for the most part against that Yankee lineup



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Posted 11 June 2018 - 04:14 PM

I don't know why Seth lugo isn't a fixture in the Mets rotation. Every time I've seen him, he has been good. Good stuff..gets better every year.

Why isnt he in the rotation..he is their third best pitcher imo.

If they want to trade him, is take him on the Yankees in a heartbeat. I really like him.

How do you Mets fans feel about him?

And it doesn't make a difference which team is better when it comes to the subway series...theyre always close games no matter where each teams sits in the standings and or how they're playing leading up to it...i never bank on a sweep..most of the time it's like 4 games to two or 3 to 3 for the season series

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Posted 11 June 2018 - 05:09 PM

I don't know why Seth lugo isn't a fixture in the Mets rotation. Every time I've seen him, he has been good. Good stuff..gets better every year.

Why isnt he in the rotation..he is their third best pitcher imo.

If they want to trade him, is take him on the Yankees in a heartbeat. I really like him.

How do you Mets fans feel about him?

And it doesn't make a difference which team is better when it comes to the subway series...theyre always close games no matter where each teams sits in the standings and or how they're playing leading up to it...i never bank on a sweep..most of the time it's like 4 games to two or 3 to 3 for the season series

 

 

I really like him.  He is was such a value coming out of the Bullpen especially when you see the starters (aka Harvey) give you three-four inning starts and he could come in and give a great 3-4 innings.    But after giving up just 2 hits to the yanks for 6 innings, stretching him out to a starter might not be a bad thing...   especially with putting pitchers on the trade block

 

The Yanks are 68-47 against the Mets in interleague.    Not saying they do not normally have good games against eachother, but the Mets have come up short.   On one hand the Mets v Yanks rivalry is fun, but in the spirit of competitive fairness I think they should do it more like football where your division plays one series against all the teams in another division...   Like this year NL East plays AL East, and then next year the NL East plays AL Central.



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Posted 13 June 2018 - 06:26 PM

If the Mets give up a run, they lose.   On the radio this morning they quoted an interesting Stat, in the last 21 games the mets starting pitching ERA has been 2.02 and the team only won 6 of those games.



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Posted 13 June 2018 - 07:26 PM

Crazy...it's a game of youth and the Mets position players are mostly on the wrong side of thirty. Nimmo was a first round pick, he should be playing every day.

No first baseman no second baseman a young ss that needs to develop and an ancient outfielder other than nimmo.

You know who has young infielders and outfielders? The Yankees.

It's like they're meant to trade with each other.

Drury us a 25 year old infielder who hasn't reached his potential..he is a all star if he just got the playing time...unfortunately andujar and torres aren't going back down, they're the future.

Clint Frazier, Billy McKinney are major league ready outfielders..even Tyler wade can play the outfiel.

Comforting, nimmo and Frazier or McKinney is a good, young outfielder.

Turn hurtspedes into a first baseman and there's a start

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Posted 14 June 2018 - 10:04 AM

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Posted 14 June 2018 - 03:14 PM

Funny.

I remember when Jay Bruce was a top, if not the top prospect in baseball...not that he's had a bad career...just hasn't been the 40+ hr, 300 ave, 400 obp, hitting monster he was projected to be.

That why you trade prospects...they rarely become what they're hyped to be




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