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Old 08-24-2005, 08:06 PM   #496
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bullpen almost blew it

but nonetheless the sox have won 2 of 3
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what is their record over the last ten?

OK!
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this years playoffs should be very interesting. every team has some weakness, it's wide open for anybody to win it all.
Losing faith in the Cards earlier this year I see.
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all of a sudden the mets can score runs... how about we stop scoring 32 runs in two games against the DIAMONDBACKS and start saving some of them for when pedro pitches a no hitter into the 8th
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Ok, FESS UP !!! Who is hiding Doc Gooden?


Dr. K, is still MIA after fleeing the fuzz a couple of days ago.
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doc gooden... such a shame

from the greatest pitching prospect of all time to just another common criminal...
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actually got his autograph last year when he was doing autograph signings in a Brooklyn Sports Memorabilia store w/ Darryl Strawberry. They were cool.
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all of a sudden the mets can score runs... how about we stop scoring 32 runs in two games against the devil rays and start saving some of them for when pedro pitches a no hitter into the 8th
When did the Devil Rays move to AZ??
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When did the Devil Rays move to AZ??
bah... same thing
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same thing, AAA ball
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how good is david wright gonna be? 5th in the NL in batting average, on pace to drive in 100 RBIs and score 100 runs... putting up these numbers despite spending the entire first half of the season batting out of the 7 slot... not a great defensive player yet, but will probably end up #1 and #2 in this year's top webgems on baseball tonight... and he's only 22

the sky is the limit for the left side of the mets infield...

and before we start looking at the future... 3 wins in a row with pedro pitching tonight... wild card, here we come
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do any of the met fans here know how Pedro's arm is holding up? Yesterday on boston sports radio there was some talk about the mets being quietly concerned about Pedro's velocity drop off from this same last year. I haven't heard much but am curious.
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I watched the mets game last night. It felt like something good was going to happen every at bat. The amazing thing is they have done this without Piazza, and Floyd and Beltran have not hit in this series.

Anyone see that they scored two runs on a double play last night.....AMAZIN"

Oh by the way numb, I thought we were gonna play first and second.......Ive been called up where are you? . I mean its easy, I got a curtain call in my first AB.
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do any of the met fans here know how Pedro's arm is holding up? Yesterday on boston sports radio there was some talk about the mets being quietly concerned about Pedro's velocity drop off from this same last year. I haven't heard much but am curious.
boston sports radio needs a hobby.

there's been no talk of pedro's velocity in any of the papers or any of the numerous sports radio stations here in new york. really, the only talk about pedro is that if the mets would actually score some damned runs he'd be aproaching 20 wins by now...

if you add on the games where pedro has left the game in the 7th inning or later with the lead, he'd have 17 wins entering tonight... and that's not counting the 3 loses that he has where he's given up 3 runs or less.
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I watched the mets game last night. It felt like something good was going to happen every at bat. The amazing thing is they have done this without Piazza, and Floyd and Beltran have not hit in this series.

Anyone see that they scored two runs on a double play last night.....AMAZIN"

Oh by the way numb, I thought we were gonna play first and second.......Ive been called up where are you? . I mean its easy, I got a curtain call in my first AB.
The Brush, I didn't know you changed your name to Mike Jacobs. lol

Pedro's velocity has deteriorated significantly, he reaches the high 80's on his fastballs......BUT, he's been real crafty and making the NL look foolish in this his inaugural season.

On a side note:

BALTIMORE -- Sidney Ponson was arrested early Thursday on a drunken-driving charge, the latest legal problem for the Baltimore Orioles pitcher.

Maryland Transportation Authority Police arrested him on Interstate 95, just south of Baltimore, said Cpl. Pamela Thorne, a spokeswoman for the agency. She said Ponson was stopped for tailgating and was subsequently charged with driving under the influence and driving while impaired.

The Orioles did not immediately return a call.

Ponson charged in January with driving under the influence in Florida, and the case has not yet been resolved. That arrest came weeks after he spent 11 days in an Aruban jail for a Christmas Day fight at a beach. He apologized for the fight and reached a settlement that involved community service and a charitable contribution.

Ponson has been on the disabled list with a calf strain and hasn't pitched since Aug. 7. An MRI on Wednesday found a torn thumb ligament, and he was expected to be sidelined at least three more weeks.
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