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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaMetFan View Post
    Vargas wins 15 games
    Alonso smashes 40 HR
    JD Davis becomes full time 3b hits 25 bombs
    Nimo leads league in ops
    Wheeler top 5 cy young votes
    DeGom tops last year's performance repeat cy
    Diaz tops 45 saves top 10 cy young votes
    Thor tops NL in stikeouts and hits 2 HRs in one game, there are talks of him becoming a two way player
    Conforto is first half triple crown guy
    Mets crack 109 wins
    And...........
    Mets become worth more than ever prompting Wilpons to cash in and sell the team (but keep control of the parking)





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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Mine is Alonso will win ROY and become one of the better middle of the order bats in baseball this season. The way the ball flies off his bat and with the tremendous strength he has, I don't believe they'll be a long learning curve.

    I also think Cespedes comes back in July, crushes it, and helps us win the division.
    Pete Alonso has the 2nd best odds to win ROY, 5/1, just behind Victor Robles.

    Wouldn't say that is a bold prediction for 2019.

    However, Cespedes even taking the field this season, now that's bold, lol
    #oneatatime

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpagz3 View Post
    Pete Alonso has the 2nd best odds to win ROY, 5/1, just behind Victor Robles.

    Wouldn't say that is a bold prediction for 2019.

    However, Cespedes even taking the field this season, now that's bold, lol
    Fair enough. I didn't see the Vegas odds. I think Alonso hits 30+ homers though and does it in Jose Abreuesque fashion. Not a .981 OPS but I think he can approach .900.

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    I like this one....

    Mets 3B prospect, Will Toffey makes a surprise appearance on a Top-100 prospect list next winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    Amed Rosario gets more MVP votes than Bryce Harper.
    Cano has my back....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dugmet View Post
    Cano has my back....

    Reyes also noted the same... We should see major progress this year... Excited

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    If our starters are healthy, we win the division. Otherwise, with the lack of depth in SP's any significant injuries to any, we're in trouble.

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    Yeah, Rosario has star potential for sure, just a matter of him laying off bad pitches.


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    Think Rosario is an all star this year

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    Interesting to hear on Sirius XM MLB radio, as each team is interviewed, they all think their teams will either get into the playoffs or be the surprise team.

    Then again, as always, it's that yearly Spring optimism.

    It just doesn't change and never change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paulie6986 View Post
    Interesting to hear on Sirius XM MLB radio, as each team is interviewed, they all think their teams will either get into the playoffs or be the surprise team.

    Then again, as always, it's that yearly Spring optimism.

    It just doesn't change and never change.

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    It's much easier to pin down estimations of win totals nowadays. I mean perfect example is the 69' Mets. No one would have predicted them to win a 100 games and win the WS that year, even with promising talent. There are years you get surprise teams, sure, but for the most part we know who will be in or out of it. Mainly because the access to information is so much better nowadays as well.

    I'd bet one of my paychecks the Marlins don't make the playoffs this year. Its not going out on a limb obviously but there is no chance regardless of the Miami players feel in that clubhouse that they'll be playoff contenders.

    I can name you all the playoff teams this year.

    Yankees
    Boston
    Tampa
    Cleveland
    Minnesota
    Houston
    Athletics
    Mets
    Braves
    Nationals
    Phillies
    Dodgers
    Rockies
    All the NL Central teams

    Now obviously only 5 from each league can make it from each league. All I'm saying don't expect any other teams to be in playoff races.
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    That's the one sucky thing about baseball. You put the Mets in the AL Central or the AL West and I think they can easily win a WC and possibly be favorites in those divisions. The NL East, on the other hand, is arguably the hardest division in baseball.

    Some divisions are light years behind other ones.

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