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Saturday, July 11, 2020

Possible Mets line ups hurting my brain.

I don't usually posts like this but last night my dog woke me up at 3 am to take him out. After I brought him back in I couldn't fall asleep. I have no idea why this was popping into my head when there are much more important things going on in life. Maybe my brain just needed something to different to work on.

Catcher         Ramos
1st Base        Alonso
2nd Base       McNeil 
Short Stop     Rosario
3rd Base        JD Davis

RightField       Conforto
CenterF field   Marisnick
LeftField         Nimmo
DH                   Cespedes

Now that seems like a decent line up. but there are a few other players that are around that might need to fit into the lineup.

Robinson Cańo, Jed Lowrie, Melky Cabrera, Dom Smith.etc. I am just going to use these four because if I go too deep we'll be here all day.

I am sure  there will be days they'll have Cańo in the line up. Some days at DH and some at 2nd base. But then you would have to shift McNeil to third and then JD Davis has day off then you slide Cespedes into LF, shift Nimmo to Center and Marisnick sits down with Conforto in RF. That's one scenario.

Another one Alonso DHs for a free games. Dom Smith at 1st. Cańo is off for the day. Lowrie if he ever comes back at 2nd, McNeil to 3rd, Cespedes to LF and Marisnick in CF and Conforto in RF.

I really don't have the patience to keep going with this but what do you guys think the best line up is going to be? do you have Cespedes play every day? Is Cańo an every day player? I don't know. My brain hurts.

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