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#21 MadDog2020

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Posted Today, 10:29 AM

You can argue that Bumgarner just submitted the best overall post-season performance by a pitcher in baseball history.

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#22 Colorado Rockies 1976

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Posted Today, 11:02 AM

Indeed. Though as a Mets fan I couldn't help think "sh!t, who the hell ever thought the Royals would win another WS before we did!?"

 

I think this Royals team has the look of a 1 trick pony, though their farm system is sort of above average

 

Hey...Royals won in '85, Mets in '86.  Maybe history repeats.  God I hope so, though at this point, I'll take 80+ wins and being in a race. 


You can argue that Bumgarner just submitted the best overall post-season performance by a pitcher in baseball history.

 

Always appreciate the guys who come through in the big spots.  The "cornerstone" of the Mets usually doesn't.


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