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  1. GDT: Thank You Marty. 8pm MSG+

    Yeah that was the other thing I was really worried about besides departure time...fortunately me and my friend were able to leave 4:45 and there was still some parking left at the lot we usually go to so I was in the building comfortably before 6. I'm glad the souvenir lines were so packed, we were able to go through the Stanley Cup picture line during the second intermission with time left over.  I got my program on Sunday, didn't really want the $40 shirts or anything else tbh.
  2. The Marty Night thread

    The only complaint I had was how crowded and unorganized the lines in the club were before the game. I guess there isn't much that could have been done about it since the other club was behind the stage you couldn't open that. People were making two and three lines going to one spot, it could have been supervised a little better. At least they kept the food coming and you could get more pretty much anytime after the initial Q/A ended.
  3. GDT: Thank You Marty. 8pm MSG+

    There were so many people there YESTERDAY by 6 I don't think that'll be an issue except maybe for me. People don't make normal 7 PM games on time but there probably won't be an empty seat at 6 tonight lol
  4. GDT: Thank You Marty. 8pm MSG+

    lol I had a similar conversation with my parents when I came down with the flu before going to Game 7 of the SCF in 2003. Needless to say I went and stuck it out through the presentations.
  5. Mets 2015-16 Offseason Thread

    Plus if they do somehow manage to shed deAza he coukd be the more inexpensive fifth OF'er
  6. And he retired pretty early from what I remember, and why not with 4 SB rings and a lucrative analyst career on the horizon?
  7. It's ironic Peyton's two wins really weren't memorable offensive games.  The most memorable play of the Colts-Bears game was Devin Hester on the opening kickoff.  The most memorable play tonight was the defensive TD early. Cam not diving on that fumble was even worse than his postgame behavior. And in other news Marshawn Lynch announced his retirement on Twitter, simply by posting a pair of hanging cleats
  8. 6 Years ago today... one of the best comebacks happened

    It also turned out to be the only real high point of a poor second half of the season and playoffs, probably why I don't really look back on this game that fondly.  Plus all the post-2009 contreversy with the Russian merc doesn't help.
  9. Geez not a single post during the game?  Glad Peyton got his sunset win, even if he did very little other than watch the defense win the game again.  Cam Newton embarassed himself on and off the field today.
  10. Wideman Shoves Linesman: 20 GM Suspension?

    Not to mention he didn't miss a shift the rest of the game.  If he was woozy the first move should have been to take him to the quiet room, if only for appearance's sake.
  11. Mets 2015-16 Offseason Thread

    The real comedy was when Jeff said this was part of our offseason plan and literally minutes apart Sandy said this came together last minute and that it he only started thinking it was possible a week ago (coincidentally around the time the hit pieces on Ces being a bad clubhouse guy stopped). Not to mention Sandy saying the fan outcry had an impact while Jeff denied it did.
  12. Mets 2015-16 Offseason Thread

    Franco wore 31 more than he wore 45 so his number is getting retired 5 will be retired and I think the only sadness around it will be A) if he goes through another few years as a meh player cause of the back and B) if he never wins a World Series.  But I think almost no matter how his career ends he'll be held in high regard by the majority of Met fans cause there's something to be said for being a homegrown lifelong Met and being an upper-echelon player for a decade more or less.
  13. Yeah although someone would have to be cut if it was just one player and a pick for a pick.
  14. Technically nobody's a keeper till rosters lock before the draft, you'd just be trading players like now. In your last example no you couldn't do that trade cause it's an uneven amount of draft picks. Your first example is an even number of draft picks (1-1) so I don't think that'd be a problem but keepers don't have round values here per se But maybe this is another thing we should vote on...
  15. Either or...you can keep someone in perpetuity or throw them back and get another keeper from the next draft/in-season pickup (though it would again only be players selected after the first few rounds that are eligible).