Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Mets: Game Notes 5/31/17


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Mets: Thor Bobblehead

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Game Used: Mendoza






NEW YORK METS PITCHER MIKE MENDOZA GAME WORN 1981 SPRING 

TRAINING ROAD JERSEY WITH MEARS LOA. This is a TERRIFIC  super thick grey knit 2-button 
neck style jersey featuring the classic Mets sewn on front in blue material, outlined in orange. Matching 
62 sewn below left breast.  Reverse features much larger matching sewn  62 with individual matching letters sewn 
above on a grey knit plate, MENDOZA.   Left sleeve has the round Mets patch sewn on.  Thick    
 orange and blue elastic sewn around the cuffs and collar.
TAGGING: The standard Rawlings tag is sewn on the front right exterior tail area (size 44) with an
 additional tag with blue embroidery sewn in the collar: 44 (size) 62 (uniform number) 81 (year 1981). 
This jersey is in TERRIFIC shape showing nice use and also appears to be in the same 100% original condition 
as worn by Mike Mendoza during spring training in 1981 with the exception of the name on back being perfectly 
restored.  The plate was restored by the best in the business and reflects the exact same specifications as the
 original plate. You'll be hard pressed to find a nicer Mike Mendoza jersey in this Mets road  style.  If you collect 
Mike Mendoza or Mets jerseys , this will make a fine addition to your collection. 

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Mets: Game Notes 5/10/17

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MILWAUKEE BREWERS (27-24) FIRST PLACE, NL CENTRAL, +1.5 GA
DIVISION CHAMPIONS
& NLDS WINNERS
LEAGUE & NLDS LEAGUE LEAGUE CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONS CHAMPIONS WILD CARD
NEW YORK METS (22-27) TIED FOR SECOND PLACE, NL EAST, -8.5 GB

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 • 7:10 p.m.
Citi Field • Flushing, N.Y.
RHP Zach Davies (5-3, 5.33) vs. RHP Tyler Pill (0-1, 13.50) SNY • WOR 710 AM • 104.3 WAXQ-FM HD 2 • ESPN 1050 AM

METSCELLANEOUS: The Mets have won three of their last four games and are 6-4 in their last 10 games...The Mets are fourth in the majors with 147 runs scored this month...New York is 12-15 at home this year...The Mets have won six of their last nine series.

VS. BREWERS: The Mets have won six straight home games vs. Milwaukee, equaling their longest current home winning streak vs. a National League team (also vs. Cincinnati)...The Mets have a longer home winning streak vs. Toronto (11 games) and have also won six straight home games vs. Baltimore...Jay Bruce has 35 homers and 86 RBI during his career vs. Milwaukee, his most vs. any club...Neil Walker has 13 home runs and 53 RBI in his career vs. the Brewers, the second-most totals in each category in his career vs. any team.

PITCHING IN: New York's pitching staff has held its opponents to two runs or fewer in three of its last four games.


HOME RUNS: New York sixth in the NL with 67 home runs...The Mets have hit 12 homers in their last eight games and six homers in their last five home games. RISP: New York leads the majors with a .394 on-base percentage with runners in scoring position...The Mets are second in batting average (.310) with RISP.

BASES LOADED: Robert Gsellman walked with the bases loaded yesterday...The Mets have drawn eight walks this year with the bases full...Only Seattle (10) has more...New York ranks third in the majors with a .397 on-base percentage with the bases loaded.

CURTIS GRANDERSON: Is five hits shy of 1,600 for his career... Has at least one hit in 13 of his last 17 games, going 16-56 (.286) with six doubles, two homers and nine RBI in those 17 games... Granderson is tied for third in the NL with nine doubles this month.

WALKER MILESTONES: Neil Walker collected his 500th career RBI Friday night and is two hits shy of 1,000 for his career.

SKYWALKER: Neil Walker is hitting .330 (32-97) with eight doubles, one triple, four home runs, 18 RBI and 18 runs scored in 23 games in May...He has a .381 on-base percentage this month...Walker is tied for fifth in the NL in doubles, eighth in batting average (.330) and tied for 11th in RBI (18) in May.

WILMER FLORES: Went 3-4 yesterday...Flores has started 13 games this month and has nine multi-hit games...Flores is batting .393 (24-61) this month...His .393 batting average is the second- highest in the majors in May, behind Houston's Marwin Gonzalez (.397)...Minimum 45 plate appearances...Overall, Flores is batting .313 (30-96) with 14 RBI.

LUCAS DUDA: Is 11-27 (.407) with four doubles, three home runs, nine RBI and six runs scored over his last seven games...Duda has reached base safely in every game he's played this month (16 games) for a .415 on-base percentage...Duda has driven in at least one run in four of his last five games (six RBI total).

JAY BRUCE: Is 8-27 (.296) with three doubles, two home runs and seven RBI over his last seven contests...He's driven in at least one run in three of his last four games (four RBI total) and is tied for 11th in the NL this month with 18 RBI.
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MICHAEL CONFORTO: Has five home runs, 12 RBI and 15 runs scored in his last 13 games...Conforto has hit safely in his last 10 games at Citi Field...He's hitting .441 (15-34) during that span... The last Mets player with a double-digit home hitting streak was Juan Lagares (14 games, April 13-May 3, 2015...Conforto has a career-best 13 home runs this year...He is tied for seventh in the NL with 13 home runs...Ranks sixth in the majors with a 1.066 OPS, 10th with a .412 on-base percentage, tied for ninth with 36 runs scored and ninth in the NL with a .320 batting average.

WHAT A MONTH: Conforto is tied for first in the NL in extra-base hits (16) this month, second in runs scored (25), sixth in on-base percentage (.423), tied for fourth in home runs (seven), and tied for seventh in RBI (20).

TYLER PILL: Will make his first major league start tonight...Suffered the loss in relief on Saturday in Pittsburgh in his first major league outing...He turned 27 yesterday...Pill was leading the Pacific Coast League with a 1.96 ERA (10 earned runs/46.0 innings) at the time his contract was selected...He began the year without permitting an earned run in his first 34.1 innings with Binghamton (AA) and Las Vegas...Pill's older brother, Brett, played in 111 games with the San Francisco Giants from 2011-2013.

PAUL SEWALD: Has allowed three runs in his last 20.0 innings (1.35 ERA) and has 23 strikeouts in his last 16.0 innings (12.94 strikeouts per nine innings).

IN THE MINORS: Amed Rosario has a 16-game hitting streak for Las Vegas...Rosario is hitting .356 (26-73) during the streak... Rosario is sixth in the Pacific Coast League with a .354 batting average, second with 73 hits and fifth in total bases (107)... Rosario has 13 doubles, three triples, five homers, 37 RBI and 32 runs scored in 50 games for the 51s.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Zack Wheeler celebrates his 27th birthday and Fernando Salas turns 32 today.
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VS. MILWAUKEE
UPCOMING OPPONENTS & PITCHING
Wed., May 31 RHP Junior Guerra (0-0, 3.12) vs. RHP Jacob deGrom (4-1, 3.23) 7:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) Thurs., June 1 RHP Chase Anderson (3-1, 3.72) vs. RHP Zack Wheeler (3-2, 3.83) 1:10 p.m. (SNY, WOR 710 AM, 104.3 FM HD, ESPN 1050 AM) 

Game Used: Mother's Day Harvey Ball

Guy Wants $500 for this...Am I missing something?



Up for sale is a 2016 Matt Harvey game used Mother's Day strikeout.  The baseball comes with the 
MLB Authentication sticker for guaranteed authenticity, holo number HZ 504847 and is in great condition 
with some bat marks and grass stains.  The details below described the baseball a bit more from the MLB 
authentication website.  
The photos provided is the exact game used baseball you will be receiving.
  Please refer to the photos for more details on the condition of the baseball.  
Baseball stand is not included in the sale.  If you have any questions please feel free to ask.  Thank you.

NYM at SD
Date
May 08, 2016
Additional Information
Batter - Andrew Cashner, Pitcher - Matt Harvey, Bottom of 5, Passed Ball Strike Out

The Mayor, Doc, and Daryl. When Does It Stop?



 There has been a thing that has been starting to really grind my gears over the last few months. A guy(who is a producer) that used to work with me back when I was working in production contacted me about if I knew any Mets fans that would want to be a part of a Doc and Strawberry documentary about how they have reconciled since the ESPN 30 for 30. Now I have known this guy for years and despite the fact that I am pretty Goonish I try to help out people that I know and am friends with if I can. He explained to me that this was supposed to be how the two former team mates were getting back together and having a talk about what made them not want to talk to each other again. I told him that I know some fans and maybe they would want to help out but I wasn't making any promises. He originally asked me about having fans come down to the Canyon of Heroes to greet Doc to give the feel of what the 1986 parade might have felt like. I said to him I'll let people know about it. If they want to go they'll go but I'm not going to hype it too much. He said cool thanks. Then that went away and then a few weeks later it became what Metspolice was writing about yesterday.

 

  This is from Metspolice-


Remember that weird thing the Mayor’s Office did where they randomly did a 1986 Parade reenactment and had Gooden come by?  Read the NY Times Story to learn more about this.  This topic needs to be discussed.  Someone put it in front of B&C

  This just seems to be getting more ridiculous. The city paid for the "ceremony" which this documentary (that has now become a TV SERIES) filmed. I have no idea why the city paid for this.

The city paid for the event, which had been conceived as a scene for a television series in development, produced by the sports radio host Amy Heart.

Read the whole article from the NY TIMES  here. 

  This just baffles me after working in the film business as long as I have (I am hearing rumors the Mayor did this because he was booed at Citi Field and wants Mets fans to like him and that's why the city paid for it. Again, rumors.) The more I hear about this the more it annoys me. I hope for my buddy that this is all cleared up and doesn't do any damage to his reputation of being a producer. The overall thing that is also annoying me is that I tried to help out a friend with something and every time I read an article about this it just gets me angry.

I'm going to be pretty transparent now.
 
  On opening day, I got a phone call from my buddy the producer and he asked if I was around at Citi Field. I told him yes, we were tailgating in the MTA lot over with The 7Line. He asked me if there would be any folks over there that would want to be interviewed for the documentary and also Doc and Daryl might stop by. I told him some folks might want to be on camera but don't expect any fake cheering and I thought it might be cool for them to swing by for people to get to meet them. I want to take the time to apologize to my buddy Darren from the 7 Line for having this intrusion on the tailgate. If you watch/listen to Orange and Blue Thing Show/Podcast, watch it here , you know his feelings on this. I have to tell you that Darren was on the money with what he thought about this.





So there you have it.


Knock Off Jerseys: Harvey Camo




Not only do knockoff jerseys get under my skin, but the ones with the American flag really drives me nuts. These knockoff jerseys have been shown to fund organized crime and terrorism. It sucks. It also sucks that people who have no idea that they are buying knockoff jerseys got sucked into that nonsense and get horrible merchandise too...







That stitch job on what is supposed to be something that is heat pressed on looks great doesn't it?



I wonder how many stars and stripes that flag has.





YOU ARE BIDDING ON A MATT HARVEY MILITARY MONDAY CAMO NY METS JERSEY  SIZE IS 48 (XL) NEW WITH TAGS BY COOLBASE MAJESTIC

And he's trying to charge $269.99 for it.

Now here comes the fun messaging part...

Your previous message




I was just wondering if you realized that you are selling a knockoff jersey?



It's genuine buzz off


Your previous message


It's not genuine. It's a Chinese knockoff that when
 you bought it from china helps support the Chinese 
mafia and terrorism. Pretty funny that you are selling a
 knockoff jersey with an American flag on it that is made by folks who want to destroy the American way of life.





you want it?



Your previous message


Nope and no one else should either. Reporting it to eBay





i should report you for harrassment in fact im going to do that now



Your previous message


Go ahead

seller:

its jealous sellers like you that give ebay a bad name

Your previous message


No it's sellers like you that sell fake items that give eBay a bad name. And also fund Chinese organized crime.

seller:

you piece of shit where do you get off making up that i got it from china are you on angel dust? im calling the police in AZ and making a report on you for harrassment
Your previous message


Go ahead. I know a fake jersey when I see it. Make sure you also let them know about the counterfeit merchandising you sell. I screenshotted this whole conversation. Have a good day.




are u on drugs? i've just emailed all the sellers you've dealt with and asked them to talk to you otherwise im reporting you to the FBI for cyber bullying and harassment

i this how you spend your memorial day? harassing combat veterans like myself? you're a real piece of work

just blocked you. write all you want ebay is monitoring all the filth your sending my way. have a happy memorial day

He blocked me but keeps going.



seller:



knock off jerseys DONT HAVE THE MLB LOGO ON THE BACK UPPER NECK mine does. look up your facts dick head

Your previous message


Knock offs actually do.... you should look up your facts



seller:

NOTICE THAT THE BLUE AND ORANGE IN THE METS LOGO ON THE FRONT AND BACK OF THE JERSEY ARE TWO SEPARATE COLOR STICHINGS ONE ON TOP OF THE OTHER. KNOCK OFFS HAVE BOTH COLORS ARE PART OF ONE STITCHED PATCH. DUH


Your previous message


go look at the size tag where on front. that is supposed to be heat pressed not stitched on.



seller:




YOUR BRAIN IS HEAT PRESSED. OH SO EVERYTIME I GIVE YOU AN EXAMPLE OF WHY ITS AUTHENTIC INSTEAD OF YOU GOING ALONG WITH IT YOU'RE GONNA FIND SOMETHING ELSE TO BUST BALLS ABOUT.? NONE OF MY JERSEYS HAVE EVER BEEN RETURNED. SO GUESS WHAT YOU MISSED OUT ON AN AUTHENTIC JERSEY FOR JUST 70. NOW IF YOU WANT IT PAY ME WHAT ITS WORTH 
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Hmm.. I def struck a nerve. I guess I throw a lot of filth,harassment in those messages.This guys doesn't realize I have two of these jerseys.. I highly doubt that this guy is a veteran but he was trying to use this as a ploy to make me feel bad. I feel bad for whoever he is trying to dupe.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Mets: Game Notes 5/29/17


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Mets: Mets FB Gets Chewed Out By Fans

Man some folks get livid over things. This was why when a few years ago Randy aka @readthepple and myself were giving the Mets ideas for skits for Star Wars Night we were told, "Guys we loved all the stuff you came up with but we can't have any "fun" during Star Wars Night because the fans would feel we didn't care about the losing streak we are on". It's Facebook. They are trying to put fresh content up. 






Kenny Dugan Please stop posting this stuff from games we went on to lose in devastating fashion. Whoever runs the Mets fb page is essentially begging to be trolled. Duda's homerun from last night and $2.75 can get us on the subway.
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Anthony Saglimbene Whoever runs the page should be FIRED!!!! You don't pose a positive when the team loses as a result of stupid decisions by a manager that should be FIRED!!!!
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Bill Davide You guys are ridiculous 😂
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Brandon Lee Sooo.. shouldn't watch good moments from any games the Mets lose?
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Tom Wolstedlund Baseball is awash in useless stats. Exit velocity??? Who cares.....  
All any Mets fan cares about is if it was a HR and more importantly DID THEY WIN........
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Patrick Safuto WOW !!! He could have hit it double the distance they still lost. Once again thanks to one of the worst bullpens in all of organized baseball.
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Pete Mullins Worst in-game coaching in baseball coupled with this level of talent = mediocrity at best. This will continue until major changes are made throughout the organization. They wanted to trade Conforto in the offseason, that's the kind of eye for talent these guys have.
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Tom Molen Exit velocity?!? The team is a bunch of zombies. The manager needs to be fired. The bullpen is a mess. Alderson and Wilpons fiddle while Rome burns and we are talking about exit velocity. SMH
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Matt Melnikoff But your bullpen blew another game, how many times will this happen. It's a joke and it's so frustrating. Sad thing is fans now are expecting these games to be blown, it's becoming routine
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Bobby Joyce Nats, Rockies, Dodgers and DBacks only need to go 60-54 for 90 wins. Mets need to go 70-45........Seems like there will be alot of empty seats at Citi Field in the coming month or two. So sad. All the GM has to do is NOT sit on His Hands and we will be...See More
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George Chabebe How the pitching coach Dan Warthen still has a job is beyond me, Sandy Alderson has to do something to shake things up and pitching has been the main issue, get rid of the pitching coach!!!!!
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Ann G Smith Lets face it, the wheels have come off the cart ,and there is little Collins can do with the broken pieces left over. The RISP left on base, the bullpen that throws batting practice, unless TC is able to take the mound or swing a bat himself, not a heck of a lot can be done. I love my Mets, but there doesn't seem to be a whole lot of bright spots right now.
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Kevin Karcher Everybody talks about the Manager and GM, what about the training staff? This team spends a fortune on players who can't stay baseball healthy every year for the last decade! Not just the Mets all throughout baseball.
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Brian Nelson Met fans are the worst, all you do is bellyache and don't appreciate the positives your team does,you focus on the bad.The players are the ones that live and die by the outcome of the games,all you can be is be supportive. This is real for them,it's entertainment for you. You are awful
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David Wolf Nothing compared to the exit velocity of my turning the channel as soon as that final hit landed and the launch angle of my shouting when the game was blown in the ninth. Check with statcast. It's Amazin'.
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Scott Lawrence At this point, does it really matter? The team is steadily losing ground to the Nats. The bullpen is overworked but Duda's homerun distance is important?
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Christopher Sennello I will watch every highlight and every positive thing this team does regardless of the outcome of the game. Good Job Duda, now it's time to learn to hit the other way.
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Bonnienclyde Ott This team kills me...just like my New York Rangers!!! But I am a die hard Mets and Rangers fan. LET'S GO METS!!! Oh yeah....it time for a beer!!!
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Bobby Joyce Mets Trade Jose Reyes OR Asdrubal Cabrera and Josh Smoker to the Pirates for Wade LeBlanc. Jordy Mercer isn't a good SS option. Rosario has earned the callup. Reynolds also plays Shortstop. Wilmer Flores OR Lucas Duda, Montero and Robles for Tommy Kahn...See More
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Nik Kripalani As a Loyal and Die hard Mets fan, I think its the fan base who needs some help literally. I love the Mets as well as the Padres. I would love to see a Mets Subway series game in New York next year hopefully? I have waited most of my entire life to go see one. oh well.
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Ned Hayden Can Statcast measure the exit velocity of The Mets falling out of the pennant race?
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Ken Shiloff Can someone measure how fast it takes Collins to mess up another bullpen call?
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Michael Pandazis I think it's a simple physics problem how to figure out how far the ball travels because knowing it's exit speed and launch angle and that the only forces acting on the baseball in flight is gravity and perhaps air resistance you could project its trajectory.
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Radames Marcelino Mateo Jr. Unless the Mets are up 4+ runs after 6 innings they always lose. Pathetic. Embarrassing.
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Batur Alev Here a statcast. 
The Mets are 20-27. 
9.5 games out of first.
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Steve Flynn Fire Collins. Any other manager would have been fired 10 times already. Ask Billy Martin. God
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Dan Goldstein mmm. too bad our pitching is the worst in baseball 🤷🏼‍♂️
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Douglas Carasso And yet Collins pulled his hot firstbaseman when the game was on the line. Bad move, Terry.
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Antonio Vargas Yea and they still lost thanks to the worst bullpen in the league ..this guy reed is the new Armando Benitez,horrible lost
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Clive Temple It's fine to be positive but this is like admiring the deck chairs on the Titanic.
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Kenneth Allen Kaplan Daniel Murphy still has the Mets record at 115 mph, against the Dodgers in the NLDS.
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Mark Silva can statcast measure how fast they fall out of the pennant race?
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Kyle Hasib Other teams actually want to win. Meanwhile the Mets are pleased when a player hits the ball hard.
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Patrick J Higgins And they managed to lose again. Wake me if they make it back above 500.
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Brian Eric What's the exit velocity of our relievers walking off the mound after blowing another game.
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Jeff Thompson Does statcast measure the velocity the Mets are falling in the standings
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Γιωργης Βασιλαρακης DOES ANYONE KNOW IF THE PITCHING COACH VISITED THE MOUND LAST NIGHT WHEN 4 STRAIGHT TIMES THE PIRATES ALMOST HIT A HOMERUN?....... TILL FINALLY WE LOST ANOTHER GAME ! SOMETHING HAS TO GET DONE SOON .......... !
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Greg Pahren New game plan: deGrom and Wheeler start every game. On the days deGrom starts Wheeler relieves. On the days Wheeler starts deGrom relieves.
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Danny Acevedo How Manny game the the bullpen is going to blow a way . Before the get some help
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Kevin Messerian And yet we found another way to lose, Fire Collins!!!!
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James Tsin What's the exit velocity of the Mets heading out of any playoff contention???
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Patrick Laros For the love of God, we don't care about exit velocity. We care about another loss, another blown save.
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Chip Graff How about some BULLPEN STATS....the issue is not runs it's blowing games.
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Janice Sottile-Morin As always, our bullpen is the achilles heel of the Mets. Should have left Blevins in to finish it.
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Glen DiRienzo Whats with these new away uniforms? Can the Mets go back to the original grays?
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Rob Petramale Yawn.....huge Met fan here, but talk about useless info. The ship is sinking and you're analyzing home runs?
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Dylan Taggart Can we admit that if Duda stays on the healthy side...he might deserve a starting position?
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Gary Evans Can we get StatCast to track the exit velocity of most of these pitchers from the major leagues?
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Carol Yacik That's wonderful but WHEN DOES THIS TEAM PLAN TO WIN SOME BALL GAMES???!!!
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Deborah Bahto Licciardi Oh no not again. I cant watch extra inning tied games anymore
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Michael Romano Can it measure the exit velocity of our patience with his god forsaken franchise
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Peter Carpio They rarely post when they lose, but make 5 posts when they win. It's ok to post about the loss.
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Keith Dempster We all know how Duda goes he'll be hot for a few more games then won't do anything for most of June.
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John C. Duff Nothing beats my viewing exit velocity when Terry goes to the gasmen bullpen.
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Lee Bromfield We lost. Again. Nobody gives a stuff how far it travelled. Trust me on this.