So, what is that, the fourth one-run loss to the Natspos this year? No, I checked, the fifth. Sheesh. The Braves left nine men on base, hit into two double … Finish Reading
Today’s fun Mets fact: the Mets have never finished ahead of the Braves. In the years 1962-68 and 1994-present, when the two teams were in direct competition, the Braves have finished with a better record every year.… Finish Reading
Let’s try this again.
Since I haven’t picked on them recently, today’s Mets fact: Andruw Jones would, with his current statistics, be the Mets’ all-time leader in homers, runs, RBI, total bases, and doubles. He would be second in hits.… Finish Reading
Michael Tucker’s not much of a player anymore anyway, and they have four good outfielders. “Veteran bat off the bench”, they say.
Figured I should put this up now before the hurricane hits. I should be able to post a recap tonight but I can’t guarantee it.
UPDATE: Alternative nicknames for the Washington National League Baseball Club:
If you have a Tripod site, you can’t link to it anymore. They’re getting used by music pirates/spammers who keep sending Trackback pings, and they refuse to stop the bastards, so I’ve blocked all Tripod.com addresses.… Finish Reading