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If the Sox and O's can honor Mo and Jeter, then Met fans should have no qualms with that laugh.gif

Collins wasn't too bright leaving this kid out there with something like 70 pitches through 3. IDK how you guys tolerate him most of the time.

I disagree. Sox fans and O's fans dont have to live surrounded by all things Yankees. Im still sore about 2000. You guys wanna honor him fine. But i want no part of this lovefest. Sorry just how i feel. Dont wanna have to sit through a ceremony of a yankees player being honored on met soil. 

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Don't like it either.
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If the Sox and O's can honor Mo and Jeter, then Met fans should have no qualms with that laugh.gif


Collins wasn't too bright leaving this kid out there with something like 70 pitches through 3. IDK how you guys tolerate him most of the time.
I disagree. Sox fans and O's fans dont have to live surrounded by all things Yankees. Im still sore about 2000. You guys wanna honor him fine. But i want no part of this lovefest. Sorry just how i feel. Dont wanna have to sit through a ceremony of a yankees player being honored on met soil. 

Agree to disagree then. O's fans are outnumbered by Yankee fans when they're in town and it's nearly even in Boston. Rivalries that have gone on for decades and IMO this isn't even some kind of intense rivalry. At least the way I see it from the Yankees side. O's/Sox and even TB have countless heated and intense battles and still managed to have no issue honoring either one of em.
post #334 of 2637
This farewell Jeter tour is sickening. Think the same for Mariano. This is the standard that we live with in this day and age though. Pathetic.
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degrom looked VERY good
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Ill be the first to dump on jetah but i dont have a problem with it.
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Yeah, so remember that playoff talk a couple weeks ago?  I'll be happy with .500. :lol

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Yeah, so remember that playoff talk a couple weeks ago?  I'll be happy with .500. laugh.gif

Word, i don't hear any playoff talk any more. I'll be happy with 75-80 wins
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Every team has their ups and downs. The Mets aren't going to make the playoffs this year(real fans know this), but I'm sure they'll have another winning streak.

The real question is, how many real fans are going to see the Mets play, even when they are doing bad? I'm going to the game on Wednesday after work this week, hopefully they'll take two from the Dodgers. (wishful thinking) roll.gif
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I'll still watch as often as I can, go to games whenever even if they're losing and it's not like I don't want them to make the playoffs but it was just funny to me when we were 26 games and had a winning streak and it was like things had really changed.

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I've watched every game except obviously if i have prior engagements that are more important. I've stuck by my team and brush off the negative comments by my friends that are mostly Yankee "fans" but dont even watch their team till August/sept. I'm ecstatic that we have a bright future.
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Been to four games already, aiming for ten this season.
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Haven't been yet, tryna change that by the end of the month hopefully. Still positive for this team's future, the caliber of the pitching we should have in a couple of year could be really ******* good. Bats are so poor right now, we need to somehow change that. Citi field has pretty much sapped any pop our team would have to nothing. Ugh.
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Gotta get Wheeler right soon. He looks hurt. Can't locate anymore again. Wouldn't be surprised if a shoulder injury pops up mean.gif
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Been to four games already, aiming for ten this season.

Well on your way.

I am ashamed I have not yet gone, but looks like tomorrow will be the first game since my buddy got tickets from his previous employer. Added bonus is I will see deGrom!
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i'll make it out to Noah's debut, hopefully its at citi
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i'll make it out to Noah's debut, hopefully its at citi

 

IF they're smart, they'll make sure it's at Citifield.

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What is consensus here about Harvey making 5-7 starts like he told SI earlier this week? So much pressure on the organization to not mess this up, and I have no faith they will succeed.
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IMO there is no way he should start any games this year. And I believe the front office feels this way to. But he is adamant about doing so. We shall see what happens
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Mets organization really need to do something about Citi Field. They are 9-14 at home. I love Citi Field, but I am not blaming Citi Field for Mets' awful numbers. They simply need a new attitude.
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Mets organization really need to do something about Citi Field. They are 9-14 at home. I love Citi Field, but I am not blaming Citi Field for Mets' awful numbers. They simply need a new attitude.

Is it my reading comprehension or did this make no sense?

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I'm happy they are calling up all their pitchers and giving them playing time.

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Harvey needs to start this year so he can get the jitters out from being injured. Let him build his confidence back up

So our rotation next year will look pimp.gif


The problem with the Mets is the have to many swing and miss guys. Also trotting out Tejada everyday. They never use the park to their advantage, use those got damn gaps
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post #354 of 2637
Lagares is so underrated. I love having him on this team. That bunt single was a thing of beauty.
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Lagares is slowly becoming my favorite Met
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Harvey needs to start this year so he can get the jitters out from being injured. Let him build his confidence back up

So our rotation next year will look pimp.gif



I don't think we need to worry about his confidence. It makes no sense to bring him back this year. The rehab is 12 months. Not worth the risk. Wether they're in playoff contention or not.
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not a fan of rushing harvey back. this year doesn't matter.
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Yeah, I don't see the benefit to having Harvey pitch this year other than appeasing him.  Too much risk there and unless we had a legitimate shot at the playoffs (I still wouldn't be for it) it would be an unnecessary move.

 

I love that Harvey is such a competitor but you know he would be overthrowing and putting that elbow at risk prematurely if he pitched in the bigs this year.

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I wouldn't say Lagares is underrated, but you could see his potential.  if he lives up to it and not getting recognized then maybe yea.  I expect good things when he plays though.  you hear keith and gary always hyping him up too which is nice to hear.

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Mets organization really need to do something about Citi Field. They are 9-14 at home. I love Citi Field, but I am not blaming Citi Field for Mets' awful numbers. They simply need a new attitude.
Kevin Burkhardt had a crazy statistic. Since 2011, Mets are 41 games under .500.

In comparison, one game over .500 on the road.
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