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  1. #1
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    EY Jr is a class act

    After Hudson's injury, he rushed over to check if he was ok, he even had tears in his eyes are Hudson was being taken off the field.

    Not only is he a class act but with a personality like that, it wouldn't surprise me if he's the reason the Mets have been playing good ball as of late.

    I just felt as if his classiness shouldn't be unnoticed.
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    I agree with all of this
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  3. #3
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    Yeah its just a baseball play that went horribly wrong but EYJR was definitely shaken up by the accident.

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    Yes he is. Very rare to see a player involved in injuring another player stand by that player until he's carted off. Very rare.

    On another note, the career of Tim Hudson, who looked like Matt Harvey last night, could be over.
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  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by fanofclendennon View Post
    Yes he is. Very rare to see a player involved in injuring another player stand by that player until he's carted off. Very rare.

    On another note, the career of Tim Hudson, who looked like Matt Harvey last night, could be over.
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  6. #6
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    Hudson's wife tweeted her appreciation towards EYJr's sportsmanship and compassion.

    He is definitely a guy that I hope can stick around long term. Character is an underrated trait in the clubhouse.
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  7. #7
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    It wasn't even EYs fault Hudson whole foot was on the bag

  8. #8
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    He even tweeted Tim Hudson and his wife to apologize after the incident.

  9. #9
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    Sounds like he is the complete package (Good ballplayer and thinks of others). Hopefully he can be successful in NY as a Met for a while.

  10. #10
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    Seems like he genuinely wants to be a Met for the long haul too, God only knows why... maybe he's just thinking in terms of playing opportunities. Good guy though.

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