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by JK In NJ

Starters-

Pedro- 2.8 ERA, 18-5

Glavine- 3.6 ERA 15-9

Trachsel- 3.1 ERA- 13-7

Zambrano- 3.8 ERA 9-10

Heilman- 2.95 ERA 12-7

 

Pen

Wagner- .9 ERA, 4-1, 44 Saves

Sanchez- 3.3 ERA, 6-4, 4 Saves

Julio- 4.6 ERA, 4-5, 1 Save

Maine- 3.75 ERA, 4-4, 0 Saves

Bradford- 3.9 ERA, 4-2, 0 Saves.

Padilla- 3.75 ERA, 2-1, 0 Saves.

 

Lineup

Reyes- .285 BA, 6 HR's, 59 SB, 69 RBI's

Beltran- .290 BA, 26 HR's, 33 SB, 87 RBI's

Delgado- .303 BA, 35 HR's, 1 SB, 106 RBI's

Floyd- .280 BA, 29 HR's, 7 SB, 94 RBI's

Wright- .312 BA, 33 HR's, 16 SB, 115 RBI's

Lo Duca- .278 BA, 11 HR's, 4 SB, 56 RBI's

Diaz- .266 BA, 15 HR's, 8 SB, 58 RBI's

Nady- .270 BA, 13 HR's, 4 SB, 51 RBI's

Matsui- .253 BA, 9 HR's, 12 SB, 49 RBI's

Keppinger- .287 BA, 4 HR's, 4 SB, 31 RBI's

Woodward- .290 BA, 4 HR's, 2 SB, 25 RBI's

Castro- .255 BA, 7 HR's, 1 SB, 46 RBI's

Franco- .280 BA, 2 HR's, 2 SB, 19 RBI's

 

Win, Loss, Percent

95-67, .586%

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Starters-

Pedro- 2.4 ERA, 16-7

Glavine- 3.2 ERA 13-8

Trachsel- 3.1 ERA- 13-7

Zambrano- 3.3 ERA 11-8

Heilman- 3.4 ERA 10-9

 

Pen

Wagner- 1.1 ERA, 6-2, 38 Saves

Sanchez- 3.8 ERA, 4-6, 8 Saves

Julio- 3.2 ERA, 6-3, 3 Save

Maine- 3.35 ERA, 6-4, 2 Saves

Bradford- 4.0 ERA, 4-3, 1 Saves.

Padilla- 3.45 ERA, 0-1, 6 Saves.

 

Lineup

Reyes- .296 BA, 10 HR's, 65 SB, 67 RBI's

Beltran- .308 BA, 33 HR's, 58 SB, 98 RBI's (break-out year!!)

Delgado- .310 BA, 41 HR's, 8 SB, 122 RBI's

Floyd- .298 BA, 31 HR's, 7 SB, 94 RBI's

Wright- .325 BA, 41 HR's, 21 SB, 115 RBI's

Lo Duca- .265 BA, 10 HR's, 6 SB, 50 RBI's

Diaz- .255 BA, 13 HR's, 12 SB, 48 RBI's

Nady- .260 BA, 10 HR's, 8 SB, 50 RBI's

Matsui- .263 BA, 9 HR's, 12 SB, 59 RBI's

Keppinger- .277 BA, 2 HR's, 3 SB, 31 RBI's

Woodward- .300 BA, 7 HR's, 6 SB, 35 RBI's (Woodward's my boy!!)

Castro- .234 BA, 4 HR's, 0 SB, 36 RBI's

Franco- .277 BA, 7 HR's, 7 SB, 29 RBI's

 

Win, Loss, Percent

99 --63 -----.611 %

I know it's far fetched, but if I'm right you'll praise me

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by JK In NJ

Oh man, the stats you put are gaudy. I think you hit the nail on the head with what the starting pitchers' records will probably be though.

 

Some things I think that won't happen off yours are Beltran's 58 SB. That would be incredibly hard to do, and I don't think Willie will give him the green light like he does Reyes. Wright's 41 homers, not now at least, hopefully 2007. And Frnaco's 7 HR's to Castro's 4. Franco will play a limited role PH and there is no way he'll get more HR's than Castro (Who will probably start 45-50% of the time at catcher.

 

I forgot to explain some of my predictions concerning platoons at Right Field, Catcher, and Second Base.

 

The right field we have platooned now I predicted would be .268 BA, 28 HR's, 12 SB, 109 RBI's, that would be awesome so I don't think there is going to be a major hole there (Alternate days, Nady starts versus LHP and Diaz starts versus RHP)

 

The catching situation that I think will be platooned I predicted to be .266 BA, 18 HR's, 5 SB, and 102 RBI's. That's also awesome, we keep them both fresh and should alternate them with our starting pitching, whoever has more of a feel of the pitcher gets the nod. I don't think there is much of a problem there either.

 

The second base situation is decent, the only hole on this team (other than lack of 'quality' starting pitching) in my opinion. I do have Matsui getting like 75-80% of the playing time and Keppinger getting a role PH and occasionally starting. My prediction set their hits for .270 BA, 16 HR's, 80 RBI's, which is an average season for an everday 2B.

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by JK In NJ

Predicted Lineups.

 

NL- RHP

Reyes

Beltran

Delgado

Floyd

Wright

Lo Duca (Castro)

Diaz

Matsui (Kepp)

(Pitcher)

 

NL- LHP

Reyes

Beltran

Wright

Delgado

Floyd

Lo Duca (Castro)

Nady

Matsui (Kepp)

(Pitcher)

 

AL- RHP

Reyes

Beltran

Delgado

Floyd

Wright

Lo Duca

Diaz

Castro (Lo Duca)

Matsui (Kepp)

 

AL- LHP

Reyes

Beltran

Wright

Delgado

Floyd

Lo Duca (Castro)

Nady

Castro (Lo Duca)

Matsui (Kepp)

 

PH- (Pending 25-Man Roster)

Chris Woodward

Julio Franco

Jeff Keppinger

Tike Redman

Endy Chavez

Jose Valentin

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I like this order the best

 

NL- LHP

Reyes

Beltran

Wright

Delgado

Floyd

Lo Duca (Castro)

Nady

Matsui (Kepp)

(Pitcher)

because if either 1 of those first 3 get on base, it's going to be a great RBI year for Delgado... whenever pitchers got to worry about someone on first getting a good lead off, it distracts them against a very high quality batter, which I think would be seriously undefendable... especially when Reyes is on first with no outs... than they gotta worry about him running and they gotta worry about getting out Beltran, Wright, and Delgado in a row!!! Which to me would scare the hell outta me as a pitcher... That's defiantely my favorite line-up!!

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by GateB

I will just say now that people will be asking if this was edited or not because they are going to be so accurate. Just wanted to let you guys know

Hitting:

SS- Jose Reyes- .276 BA .343 OBP 4 HRs 46 RBIs- 63 SB

CF- Carlos Beltran- .283 BA .367 OPB 22 HRs 106 RBIs- 42 SBs

1b- Carlos Delgado- .277 BA .393 OBP 27 HRs 113 RBIs

LF- Cliff Floyd- .271 BA .356 OBP 24 HRs 106 RBIs

3b- David Wright- .308 BA .379 OBP 19 HRs 91 RBIs- 9 SBs

C- Lo Duca- .268 BA .337 OBP 6 HRs 39 RBIs

C- Castro- .263 BA .329 OBP 7 HRs 43 RBIs

RF- Diaz- .264 BA .351 OPB 9 HRs 47 RBIs

RF- Nady- .259 BA .341 OBP 7 HRs 42 RBIs

2b- Matsui (bold pick of the year)- .287 BA 17 HRs 62 RBIs- 24 SBs

 

Pitching:

SP Pedro Martinez- 14-6 3.42 ERA

SP Tom Glavine- 12-7 3.61 ERA

SP Victor Zambrano- 11-10 4.13 ERA

SP Steve Trachsel 13-8 3.98 ERA

SP Aaron Heilman- 12-9 4.07 ERA

 

RP Chad Bradford- 1-3 2.97 ERA

RP Jorge Julio- 3-2 3.74 ERA

RP Juan Padilla 4-3 3.48 ERA

RP Duaner Sanchez (I don't think he'll be with us but) 3-5 2.99 ERA 4 saves

RP Billy Wagner- 2-0 1.03 ERA 39 saves

 

Final record of 93-69 earning the division title

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by GateB

This is a fun idea for a thread. Looking forward to seeing who's predictions are right and who's are completely far-fetched by the end of the year. I have a feeling some of these guys listed won't be on our roster come april though.

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by GateB

Yeah I was thinking of trading him. Seo did so great last year for us there has to be a reason we traded for an unproven reliever. That's why I'm thinking the As are wanting a reliever instead of a starter like Seo and will give us Zito in return.

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by LorfTVP

I find it amusing that the highest ERA is 4.13 and that's one of only three people have predicted over 4. But anyways, I will go ahead and predict a 94 win season. Whether or not that's enough to win the division is yet to be determined.

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I put this thread back together, now I made it your jobs to recruit good quality posters to bring here... please help me bring Met fans here... don't leave this all on me, please help me...

 

Your Section/Mets Moderator Plax 4 Prez

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by GateB

I will just say now that people will be asking if this was edited or not because they are going to be so accurate. Just wanted to let you guys know

Hitting:

SS- Jose Reyes- .276 BA .343 OBP 4 HRs 46 RBIs- 63 SB

CF- Carlos Beltran- .283 BA .367 OPB 22 HRs 106 RBIs- 42 SBs

1b- Carlos Delgado- .277 BA .393 OBP 27 HRs 113 RBIs

LF- Cliff Floyd- .271 BA .356 OBP 24 HRs 106 RBIs

3b- David Wright- .308 BA .379 OBP 19 HRs 91 RBIs- 9 SBs

C- Lo Duca- .268 BA .337 OBP 6 HRs 39 RBIs

C- Castro- .263 BA .329 OBP 7 HRs 43 RBIs

RF- Diaz- .264 BA .351 OPB 9 HRs 47 RBIs

RF- Nady- .259 BA .341 OBP 7 HRs 42 RBIs

2b- Matsui (bold pick of the year)- .287 BA 17 HRs 62 RBIs- 24 SBs

 

Pitching:

SP Pedro Martinez- 14-6 3.42 ERA

SP Tom Glavine- 12-7 3.61 ERA

SP Victor Zambrano- 11-10 4.13 ERA

SP Steve Trachsel 13-8 3.98 ERA

SP Aaron Heilman- 12-9 4.07 ERA

 

RP Chad Bradford- 1-3 2.97 ERA

RP Jorge Julio- 3-2 3.74 ERA

RP Juan Padilla 4-3 3.48 ERA

RP Duaner Sanchez (I don't think he'll be with us but) 3-5 2.99 ERA 4 saves

RP Billy Wagner- 2-0 1.03 ERA 39 saves

 

Final record of 93-69 earning the division title

 

 

My brain hurts from trying to think up what all these guys are going to do but I do agree with the division title

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Starters-

Pedro- 2.79 ERA, 16-9

Glavine- 4.10 ERA 11-7

Trachsel- 3.99 ERA 10-5

Zambrano- 4.73 ERA 8-13

Heilman- 3.75 ERA 14-6

 

Pen

Wagner- 1.43 ERA, 2-2, 44 Saves

Sanchez- 4.23 ERA, 4-6

Julio - 5.63 ERA, 2-7

Bradford- 3.62 ERA, 4-3

Padilla - 3.59 ERA, 1-1

Iriki - 4.00 ERA, 1-3

Soler (makes starts, too) - 3.80 ERA, 5-3

 

Lineup

Reyes- .270 BA, 5 HR's, 65 SB, 60 RBI's

Beltran- .285 BA, 22 HR's, 31 SB, 90 RBI's

Delgado- .290 BA, 29 HR's, 110 RBI's

Floyd- .270 BA, 23 HR's, 7 SB, 80 RBI's

Wright- .330 BA, 30 HR's, 20 SB, 130 RBI's

Lo Duca- .265 BA, 4 HR's, 55 RBI's

Diaz- .265 BA, 17 HR's, 50 RBI's

Nady- .250 BA, 5 HR's, 15 RBI's

Matsui- .275 BA, 10 HR's, 22 SB, 60 RBI's (sleeper!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm bad at this. And I love David Wright.

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Wright may be a little too high there, especially with guys like Delgado ahead of him. Other then that, pretty realistic.

Well, mine is assuming that the batting order is Reyes - Beltran - Wright - Delgado - etc... You know, the way it should be.

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Well, mine is assuming that the batting order is Reyes - Beltran - Wright - Delgado - etc... You know, the way it should be.

I don't really like Floyd and Delgado going back to back. We should have some balance inbetween that, someone like Wright. Or maybe another guy can step up (possibly Diaz?) and fill in the #4 spot.

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Opening Day Predictions!

NY Mets vs. Washington Nationals

Monday, April 3, 2006. 1:10PM ET

 

Pedro Martinez (0-0) vs. Livan Hernandez (0-0)

 

Highlight Players-

David Wright- 3/4, 1HR, 2RBI, BB

Carlos Delgado- 3/5, 1HR, 1RBI, K

Kaz Matsui- 2/4, 1 HR (opening day), 1RBI, K

 

Alfonso Soriano- 1/4, 0 HR, 1RBI, 2K's

Ryan Church- 2/4, 1HR, 2RBI, K

 

 

Highlight Pitching-

 

Pedro Martinez- 6IP, 3 ER, 7K's, 1BB. Win.

Livan Hernandez- 5IP, 5 ER, 4K's, 3BB. Loss.

Billy Wagner- 1IP, 0 ER, 1K, 0 BB, Save.

Luis Ayala- 2IP, 1 ER, 2K, 1BB.

 

Final-

Mets- 7

Washington- 4

 

P. Martinez- W (1-0)

L. Hernandez- L (0-1)

B. Wagner- S (1)

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I'm fucken missing it because of the fucking schedule makers :TD: . Maybe there'll be a rain delay.

 

But here's what I got anyway.

 

Martinez- 5 2/3 1 ER 6 Ks

Hernandez 7 1/3 3 ER 7 Ks

Wagner 1 IP 2 Ks

Julio/Sanchez- 2 IPs 1 H 3 Ks

 

We'll get two insurance runs in the bottom of the eighth.

 

Wright- 2/5 2 RBIs

Matsui- 1/3 2 BBs HR

Beltran- 4/4 1 BB 1 RBI

 

No one cares about the Nats so I won't post their highlight stats.

 

Final score

Mets 5

Nats 2

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