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  1. The Phillies will win 93 games this year, but finish 69 games behind the undefeated Mets, who will storm to a World Series title behind an 11-0 postseason record in which El Duque pitches 3 no hitters.
  2. Hope so. He definitely has the right attitude and you can tell he just loves everything about being a big leaguer. He has a knack for getting hits with 2 strikes, and is a very good opposite field hitter. I love the kid, and also think he will be one of the game's best for alot of years. I just think he had a little too much on his plate last season, and it got to him a little. I could be wrong, but he did go on a slide after he started receiving ALOT of attention and signed a new contract. Maybe he felt like he had to do too much. Even when he was in his slump though, I still had all th
  3. I watched just about every Met game last season, and I can tell you, he did struggle mightily for about two months. There were alot of opportunities for him to drive in runs, and he just didn't. His average dipped into the .280's I believe. He got hot again in September, though, raising his average to .311 to finish the season. Too bad he was the David Wright of August in October. After I posted this ^^^ I went and looked at some stats. Wright hit .245 in August, but drove in 21 runs, his second highest total for one month (28 in June) last season. So I guess we can say that the guy
  4. I watched just about every Met game last season, and I can tell you, he did struggle mightily for about two months. There were alot of opportunities for him to drive in runs, and he just didn't. His average dipped into the .280's I believe. He got hot again in September, though, raising his average to .311 to finish the season. Too bad he was the David Wright of August in October.
  5. About the Mets... I don't think Wright collapsed in the second half. Power outage, yes, but he still led the team in RBI and finished 6th in the league in BA with runners in scoring position. He did struggle after he signed his deal and maybe was a little distracted by all the attention he was suddenly receiving. Hopefully, he's used to it now and he'll continue to grow as a player. He makes some outstanding plays at third, but his throwing is a little shaky at times, especially when he has time. I also think the starting rotation will not be bad. I am a firm believer that Rick Peterson really
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