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  1. #106
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    Well, at least Diaz looks good. His stuff is sharp.

  2. #107
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    Yeah Diaz looked filthy. He’s too good to have another season like last year IMO. Looks confident

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    Wow **** you Ramos.

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    Wow Turner just robbed a double.

    He’d probably be a sick CF with that speed.

    Rosario never moves that fast on the field.

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    Porcello pitches a solid game, the pen looks good again.

    Mets can’t ****ing hit with miso.

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    Mets had the 2nd highest OBP coming into today, but their ISO is only 26th in MLB. This means they need to start cashing in with RISP or we won’t score. We need to start hitting some more bombs.

    McNeil is hitting for no power at all. I wonder if this is due to hurting his wrist at the end of last season?

  7. #112
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    Again Mets play to the level of their opponent. If the opponent scores a lot the Mets most times bunch some runs. Now a solid pitching performance the Mets can not score but one. Again they lose another home game. Uuugghhhhh. Not looking good.

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    Porcello gets a lot of **** from you guys, but he had another good game. 6 innings, 2 runs with no walks. This team just has no clutch hitters

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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynny67 View Post
    Porcello gets a lot of **** from you guys, but he had another good game. 6 innings, 2 runs with no walks. This team just has no clutch hitters
    He’s definitely pitched better, but the defense bailed him out multiple times. Nimmo playing LF and throwing out Robles at 2B with Dom covering, Gimenez’s diving stop at SS, and the great DP turned by Guillorme and Gimenez up the middle.

    We need to put out our good defense more often for our other pitchers. They need to move Rosario to CF so Gimenez can play SS everyday. With Davis and Gimenez on the left side, we look very strong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynny67 View Post
    Porcello gets a lot of **** from you guys, but he had another good game. 6 innings, 2 runs with no walks. This team just has no clutch hitters
    Despite the Nationals scoring 16 runs the other night, they are a bad offensive team. That helps. Porcello looked really hittable tonight. He was bailed out by good defense like YS said and the bigger problem with that is when they have that defensive configuration, the lack of punch in the lineup is very obvious. They are sacrificing offense so Porcello gets more outs when pitching to pretty consistently hard contact.

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    The more Gimenez plays the more it becomes clear he is the SS of the future and not Rosario. When does the team admit this and play gimenez at SS with Rosario in the lineup? It shouldn’t be long but I think we won’t see it this season.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bklynny67 View Post
    Porcello gets a lot of **** from you guys, but he had another good game. 6 innings, 2 runs with no walks. This team just has no clutch hitters
    Ha! Sorry but Porcello blows. He got run support all year last year and he’s pitching batting practice this year and last night he didn’t look good at all.

    Thank god football season is starting. I hope

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    Quote Originally Posted by metswon69 View Post
    Despite the Nationals scoring 16 runs the other night, they are a bad offensive team. That helps. Porcello looked really hittable tonight. He was bailed out by good defense like YS said and the bigger problem with that is when they have that defensive configuration, the lack of punch in the lineup is very obvious. They are sacrificing offense so Porcello gets more outs when pitching to pretty consistently hard contact.
    Which has always been my problem with Sandy's, and now Brodie's, devaluation of defense. They pick guys based on their bats and literally nothing else. It worked out for Sandy because we had four guys in the rotation who struck everybody out. Now we have one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGamer81 View Post
    Which has always been my problem with Sandy's, and now Brodie's, devaluation of defense. They pick guys based on their bats and literally nothing else. It worked out for Sandy because we had four guys in the rotation who struck everybody out. Now we have one.
    Historically speaking, teams that rely on great pitching also have great defense. Can't really have one without the other. If you're going to build on pitching while neglecting your defense, you're basically sabotaging your team.

    See: Mets, New York.
    "Ain't got the call no more. Got a lot of sinful idears – but they seem kinda sensible...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeGamer81 View Post
    Which has always been my problem with Sandy's, and now Brodie's, devaluation of defense. They pick guys based on their bats and literally nothing else. It worked out for Sandy because we had four guys in the rotation who struck everybody out. Now we have one.
    Hard to say that Brodie devalues defense when most of the players he inherited were defensively challenged (Alonso, Rosario, Nimmo in CF)

    The only guy he brought in that matches that description is Ramos. Cano is old, but he’s still not a bad 2B. Davis is becoming a very good 3B. We’ll see how Brodie addresses the defense after this season with Ramos likely gone, Gimenez looking better overall than Rosario, and CF.

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