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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    They had a need.
    It's a shame a Jets fan knows more about your football team than you do.
    Thanks for deleting my post and keeping your inaccurate one intact.
    Last edited by NYSPORTS98; 10-08-2012 at 04:19 PM.
    Done - thank goodness

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSPORTS98 View Post
    Thanks for deleting my post and keeping your inaccurate one.
    You are in the Mets Forum.
    Please keep all topics about the Mets.
    Thank You


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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSPORTS98 View Post
    Typical Jets - delete a giants post and keep your own inaccuarte nonsense
    Typical Jets fan. You delete a Giants fan's post and keep your own inaccurate nonsense.

    Fixed.

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    Its Been Posted On The PSD Already

    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    I would like to see the video that allows you to make that claim, because every video I have seen the swing looks nice. Not crazy about the toe tap, but understand it's a timing mechanism.

    I think he's a safe bet to make the parent club.
    And you commented on it. If you think that swing is beautiful. I'll just leave it at that. Can't understand what they saw in him especially when you have better SS already coming up in the minors. Evans and Tovar are better and further along plus Tejada is young and batted .290 this year his first full starting job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYSPORTS98 View Post
    Thanks for deleting my post and keeping your inaccurate one intact.
    His was an opinion and yours was a nonsensical insult...

    Anyway, give me best power bat available.
    There are no men like me, only me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rangers&MetsFTW View Post
    His was an opinion and yours was a nonsensical insult...

    Anyway, give me best power bat available.
    It's going to be Justin Williams and I look forward to more Mets fans getting on board.

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    William Abreu, Nick Buckner, Colin Moran, Billy McKinley, Jacob May, and Jacoby Jones are some other bats I'm looking at.

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    I like William Abreu. I would also include CF Ryan Boldt on the HS level and Kris Bryant and DJ Peterson on the college level.

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    Yeah Ryan Boldt looks good, I like him.

    Jacoby Jones is real intriguing to me because he's a really good athlete that can play plus defense at 2B or the OF. He seems like the kind of player that turns in on in pro-ball. I wonder how he'll perform as a junior after a sophomore slump.

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    Matt McPhearson is another guy I like, he has blazing speed and a pretty nice lefty swing in CF. Jonathan Denney has legit power and has a chance to catch. Andy McGuire has a nice balanced swing with extension that should lead to future power at either 2B or 3B. Lots of names to look forward to.

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    So I'm guessing Frazier is out of the question now, huh. Darn...

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    That all depends on what teams need, the draft never goes completely according to plan.

    I am sure everyone is just looking at alternative options if Frazier is gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    That all depends on what teams need, the draft never goes completely according to plan.

    I am sure everyone is just looking at alternative options if Frazier is gone.
    There is a great chance Frazier is there at 11.
    But I really like Kris Bryant, I think he's the best pure hitter in the draft.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Toon88 View Post
    And you commented on it. If you think that swing is beautiful. I'll just leave it at that. Can't understand what they saw in him especially when you have better SS already coming up in the minors. Evans and Tovar are better and further along plus Tejada is young and batted .290 this year his first full starting job.
    I never said it was a beautiful swing, just a nice one.

    But you criticized the swing and I would love to here why it's not a good swing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clayamtion View Post
    There is a great chance Frazier is there at 11.
    But I really like Kris Bryant, I think he's the best pure hitter in the draft.
    I like Kris Bryant a lot as well. I wonder if there is any chance he could be converted to the outfield? Only reason being I see our corner infield spots locked up for the next 5+ years. However, this off-season will tell us a lot.

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