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#1 Prucenterrules

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 05:15 PM

Now that spring training is over it's time for the real thing. Let's Go Mets.

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 05:25 PM

Opening Series Pitching Matchups

vs CIN, Mon. (4/6) 1:10pm ET on SNY: LHP Johan Santana (16-7, 2.53 ERA) vs RHP Aaron Harang (6-17, 4.78 ERA)
vs CIN, Wed. (4/8) 7:10pm ET on SNY: RHP Mike Pelfrey (13-11, 3.72 ERA) vs RHP Edison Volquez (17-6, 3.21 ERA)
vs CIN, Thurs. (4/9) 12:35pm ET on SNY: LHP Oliver Perez (10-7, 4.22 ERA) vs RHP Bronson Arroyo (15-11, 4.77 ERA)

-Sheffield will NOT play in the field (unless hes forced to) for the opening series. So basically he'll just be a PH for the Reds' series..


LETS GO METS! .. Btw for the frequent Mets posters, here is to a long season that brings us deep into October! Hopefully my Steinbrunner rants will be less this year :lol:

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Posted 04 April 2009 - 05:56 PM

Thank you for making this. The last 2 years I made the thread and no way in hell I was going to do this again lol. I love the outfield depth this year. Beltran, Church, Murphy, Sheff, Reed, Tatis. You think they will run with 6? Sheff can also play 1st, I think Tatis has played the infield before, and having Cora will be great cause he can play almost anywhere. Bullpen is great. Lineup is better than most, this season is going to come down to starting pitching.

Although this is a Devils site, this thread is a great place to talk about the Mets. Nmig, 731, CR, Has, 7, and a few I know I'm forgeting make this a great thread. Here's to a great season!

BTW, I'm going to guess this thread hits 200+ this year.
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 06:34 PM

I've been watching some of the Citi Field "Dress Rehearsal" games and it is by far the best looking ballpark in the majors. They really did their homework building this one...
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 09:26 PM

Citi field does look great,didnt realize the dimensions were so big. There will a lot of long balls ending up dying in someones glove. Lgm!
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 09:56 PM

Hey guys whatya think of the new sig? :rofl:
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 10:11 PM

So what the heck is the weather gonna be like for Monday, the announcers made it sound like there were three snowouts in store for Cinci :lol:

At least it'll be nice weather for tomorrow so I will get to Citi Field for the workout.
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Posted 04 April 2009 - 11:49 PM

Here is to a long season of baseball and hopefully even longer into the psot season for the Mets! :koolaid: Really looking forward to opening night and to get this season started in Cincinnati.


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Posted 05 April 2009 - 12:54 PM

Opening Day Lineup announced:
Reyes - SS
Murphy - LF
Wright - 3B
Delgado - 1B
Beltran - CF
Church - RF
Schneider - C
Castillo - 2B
Santana - SP
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 03:17 PM

Citi field does look great,didnt realize the dimensions were so big. There will a lot of long balls ending up dying in someones glove. Lgm!


I was there today for the plan holder workout, it was a very nice event first of all. They said it was gonna run from approximately 11:30-1 but I left past 1 and they were still doing batting practice. Chris Carlin was interviewing most of the players (along with Jerry and Omar) in two-minute snippets that showed up on the main board. They also have closed captioning somewhere in left field by the little clock.

Apparently there were around 35,000 tickets sent out for this and it did look packed, there were people lined up all around the field (except behind home plate which was blocked), as well as traversing the concourse and the parking lot was jammed.

As far as the actual stadium it was as nice as advertised. By and large the view from your seat will be much better than at Shea, and closer as well. I'm in the last row of 504 for my partial plan and I'm closer than I usually was in the mezz section even when I had good seats there. I can see both scoreboards, the apple, the bullpen and just about everything very well.

The only gripe - and a lot of the people in the corners will have an issue with this - you can't really see the extreme RF corner if you're down the RF line (I'm not sure about LF but I'd imagine it's the same deal there). Then again if Sheffield's playing in right, I'm not sure I want to see the RF corner :P Sheffield even poked fun at himself, when Carlin asked him what he thought about RF he said, 'That I'm probably not gonna be playing there too much'.

Definitely a lot of standing room...the clubs surprisingly looked pretty similar in terms of size and didn't seem as big as I would have thought. Maybe the lower levels will have more choices (and expensive ones) in terms of food and drink but as of now I'm not sure there really is gonna be a difference except for location and who can get into what. At least all the clubs are a nice climate-controlled area for real hot days, or rain delays.

For some reason there was a huge line outside the Acela club in the 300's though, I couldn't figure out why till I realized that's where SNY will do the games from. That's the only place I didn't really go to along with the team stores because I didn't want to ditch my bottled water. Didn't really try much of the food, just wanted to have a hot dog (which was nice), I'm old school that way I guess :lol:

The three main floors (promenade, excelsior and field) all had food courts, I know the field level food court is towards RF, where the Shake Shack, Blue Smoke, the Mets skyline and the kiddie stuff is. The promenade food court is by the center, along with the club...they're probably gonna need to put a couple of TV screens there but it is nice with lots of room.

Also a lot more ways to exit the stadium faster than at Shea...outside of my section there's an escalator, elevator and stairs and I'm near the RF corner in the upper tier. The subway does stop quite a bit closer to the stadium than it used to but the LIRR drops you off at the same place a few minute walk away. There are I think four entrances - left field, right field, the rotunda and a bullpen entrance.

The Jackie Robinson Rotunda was pretty nice, had a video board with some of his highlights, the number 42 prominently displayed, pictures all along the wall and the famous 'A life isn't important except in the impact it has on other lives' quote along the top of the wall, along with some notes on the floor.

That's about all I can think of now, any other questions just ask - I was there for like three hours mostly walking around and taking pictures, at least it was a great opportunity to do it before going to a game since I don't usually have as much time to look around. I might try to post some of the pictures later.

Although this is a Devils site, this thread is a great place to talk about the Mets. Nmig, 731, CR, Has, 7, and a few I know I'm forgeting make this a great thread. Here's to a great season!


It is kinda funny, we've carved out our own little niche here :lol: I haven't actually found a Met board that I liked, I posted on one last year but the guy who runs the site is a bit millitant and banned me for using the word buttbuddy (which would be laughed at here) :P

Edited by Hasan4978, 05 April 2009 - 03:26 PM.

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Posted 05 April 2009 - 04:14 PM

I was there today for the plan holder workout, it was a very nice event first of all. They said it was gonna run from approximately 11:30-1 but I left past 1 and they were still doing batting practice. Chris Carlin was interviewing most of the players (along with Jerry and Omar) in two-minute snippets that showed up on the main board. They also have closed captioning somewhere in left field by the little clock.

Apparently there were around 35,000 tickets sent out for this and it did look packed, there were people lined up all around the field (except behind home plate which was blocked), as well as traversing the concourse and the parking lot was jammed.

As far as the actual stadium it was as nice as advertised. By and large the view from your seat will be much better than at Shea, and closer as well. I'm in the last row of 504 for my partial plan and I'm closer than I usually was in the mezz section even when I had good seats there. I can see both scoreboards, the apple, the bullpen and just about everything very well.

The only gripe - and a lot of the people in the corners will have an issue with this - you can't really see the extreme RF corner if you're down the RF line (I'm not sure about LF but I'd imagine it's the same deal there). Then again if Sheffield's playing in right, I'm not sure I want to see the RF corner :P Sheffield even poked fun at himself, when Carlin asked him what he thought about RF he said, 'That I'm probably not gonna be playing there too much'.

Definitely a lot of standing room...the clubs surprisingly looked pretty similar in terms of size and didn't seem as big as I would have thought. Maybe the lower levels will have more choices (and expensive ones) in terms of food and drink but as of now I'm not sure there really is gonna be a difference except for location and who can get into what. At least all the clubs are a nice climate-controlled area for real hot days, or rain delays.

For some reason there was a huge line outside the Acela club in the 300's though, I couldn't figure out why till I realized that's where SNY will do the games from. That's the only place I didn't really go to along with the team stores because I didn't want to ditch my bottled water. Didn't really try much of the food, just wanted to have a hot dog (which was nice), I'm old school that way I guess :lol:

The three main floors (promenade, excelsior and field) all had food courts, I know the field level food court is towards RF, where the Shake Shack, Blue Smoke, the Mets skyline and the kiddie stuff is. The promenade food court is by the center, along with the club...they're probably gonna need to put a couple of TV screens there but it is nice with lots of room.

Also a lot more ways to exit the stadium faster than at Shea...outside of my section there's an escalator, elevator and stairs and I'm near the RF corner in the upper tier. The subway does stop quite a bit closer to the stadium than it used to but the LIRR drops you off at the same place a few minute walk away. There are I think four entrances - left field, right field, the rotunda and a bullpen entrance.

The Jackie Robinson Rotunda was pretty nice, had a video board with some of his highlights, the number 42 prominently displayed, pictures all along the wall and the famous 'A life isn't important except in the impact it has on other lives' quote along the top of the wall, along with some notes on the floor.

That's about all I can think of now, any other questions just ask - I was there for like three hours mostly walking around and taking pictures, at least it was a great opportunity to do it before going to a game since I don't usually have as much time to look around. I might try to post some of the pictures later.



It is kinda funny, we've carved out our own little niche here :lol: I haven't actually found a Met board that I liked, I posted on one last year but the guy who runs the site is a bit millitant and banned me for using the word buttbuddy (which would be laughed at here) :P


I've oddly never been on a Mets-board.. i always check Metsblog and you can comment on stuff there, but thats it.. this is basically my Mets home discussion as well :D.

**BTW, per Adam Rubin - Arroyo was scratched from his start and will pitch Saturday instead .. Micah Owings will take his spot for Thursday's start vs Oliver Perez.

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Im so glad Sunday Night baseball is tonight! Im so stoked.. I remember last year's first game was a thrilling game between ATL/WSH ending with a Zimmerman walkoff HR .. tonight its ATL @ PHI, i cant wait! Derek Lowe vs Brett Myers, lets go Bravos!

Edited by nmigliore, 05 April 2009 - 04:17 PM.

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Posted 05 April 2009 - 05:27 PM

I can't wait till 1:10 tomorrow. Let's Go Mets. Hopefully the braves will do us a favor and win tonight.
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 06:05 PM

It is kinda funny, we've carved out our own little niche here :lol: I haven't actually found a Met board that I liked, I posted on one last year but the guy who runs the site is a bit millitant and banned me for using the word buttbuddy (which would be laughed at here) :P

Yeah same here. I used to follow prosportsdaily.com's mets board and MSGnetwork mets forum but neither of them feel right.

What section do you think is the best value at Citi?
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 07:52 PM

The Mets had a quiet spring training, with a major league-high 16 players from the organization participating in the World Baseball Classic. After two consecutive September collapses, no division lead will be considered safe by their fans in 2009. But last yearís fatal flaw, the bullpen, has been addressed with the additions of former American League West closers Francisco Rodriguez and J.J. Putz.


Rotation:


1. LHP Johan Santana


2. RHP Mike Pelfrey


3. LHP Oliver Perez


4. RHP John Maine


5. RHP Livan Hernandez


Rotation Analysis: Santana is a bona fide ace. He went 8-0 with a 2.17 ERA after the All-Star break last season, and he didnít lose after June 28. Heís fully recovered from offseason surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee, and early camp elbow tightness now appears a non-issue.


The Nos. 2-4 starters, Pelfrey, Perez and Maine, are all capable of winning 15 games. However, Perez battled control issues this spring. He surrendered five homers in two games while representing Mexico in the World Baseball Classic. Maine, a 15-game winner two seasons ago, struggled with his mechanics this spring.


Bullpen:


RHP Francisco Rodriguez (closer)


RHP J.J. Putz


RHP Sean Green


LHP Pedro Feliciano


RHP Bobby Parnell


RHP Brian Stokes


RHP Darren OíDay


Bullpen Analysis: Only Feliciano returns among regulars from the Metsí woeful 2008 bullpen, and thatís a good thing. The Mets blew 29 saves last year. And while the rival Phillies went 79-0 when leading after eight innings, the Mets went 78-7 in those circumstances, which more than explains the Phillies winning the division by three games.


K-Rod arrives with a three-year, $37 million contract off a record-setting 62-save season with the Angels. Putz and Green give the Mets two credible arms for the late innings. The hard-throwing Parnell opened eyes in camp, to the point where manager Jerry Manuel indicated Parnell would be entrusted with slim leads in the seventh inning.


Lineup:


1. SS Jose Reyes


2. LF Daniel Murphy


3. CF Carlos Beltran


4. 1B Carlos Delgado


5. 3B David Wright


6. RF Ryan Church


7. C Brian Schneider


8. 2B Luis Castillo


Lineup Analysis: After considering moving Reyes to a power position in the lineup and using Castillo as the leadoff hitter, manager Jerry Manuel reverted placing to Reyes atop the order, where the speedster is most comfortable. Manuel plans to entrust the No. 2 hole to the contact-hitting Murphy, despite a resume that includes just 131 career at-bats. In Beltran, Delgado and Wright, the Mets have three players capable of driving in 100 runs apiece.


The bottom half of the lineup is navigable for opposing pitchers. But the Mets believe the two concussions that plagued Church last season are behind him and he can again put up the gaudy numbers he did before suffering his second jolt to the head on May 20. Castillo arrived in camp having dropped 17 pounds from last seasonís weight, putting him at 193. Manuel didnít show much patience for him last year. And if he struggles early, any number of players could chip away at his playing time, including Alex Cora.


Reserves:


C Ramon Castro


INF Alex Cora


INF/OF Fernando Tatis


OF Gary Sheffield


OF Jeremy Reed


1B/OF Marlon Anderson or 1B/OF Nick Evans



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Posted 05 April 2009 - 07:54 PM

Wagner will hopefully (or sadly depending on who you ask) looks to come back in August, right? If so, hot damn, that's the best pen in baseball and it isn't even close.
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 08:25 PM

anyone watching sunday night baseball right now? :giggle:

looks like brett myers is still having issues with the gopher ball :lol:
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 09:11 PM

Yeah same here. I used to follow prosportsdaily.com's mets board and MSGnetwork mets forum but neither of them feel right.

What section do you think is the best value at Citi?


Like most stadiums, probably uppermost tier behind the plate so you can see the whole field - the promenade infield ($15-35 per game), which isn't that much more expensive than the corner seats ($11-27). I'd imagine you'd be fine anywhere from about 508-519 as far as seeing the whole field but I didn't really go section by section to check.

The less expensive promenade seat down both lines there are issues with seeing your corner of the outfield but like I said there are other options if that really is a problem (stand, hang in the club or watch a monitor).

I honestly can't tell the price of some of the lower seats because this color chart on the pocket schedule is confusing. There's a lot of outfield seats that seem to be reasonably priced that are closer than the promenade but I didn't sit there either to get the view, was mainly concerned with the view from my seat lol.

anyone watching sunday night baseball right now? :giggle:

looks like brett myers is still having issues with the gopher ball :lol:


Honest to god I forgot that was even on till seeing this :doh1:

Who to even root for? The Phillies :puke: but I don't want the Braves to think they have a chance this year either.

Edited by Hasan4978, 05 April 2009 - 09:23 PM.

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Posted 05 April 2009 - 09:14 PM

Like most stadiums, probably uppermost tier behind the plate so you can see the whole field - the promenade infield ($15-35 per game), which isn't that much more expensive than the corner seats ($11-27).

The less expensive promenade seat down both lines there are with seeing your corner of the outfield but like I said there are other options if that really is a problem (stand, hang in the club or watch a monitor).

I honestly can't tell the price of some of the lower seats because this color chart on the pocket schedule is confusing.





Honest to god I forgot that was even on till seeing this :doh1:

Who to even root for? The Phillies :puke: but I don't want the Braves to think they have a chance this year either.


Philly is a bigger threat, and I cant stand them. Derek Lowe is making it look so damn easy.. funniest part: hes not even a lefty (point being if there was anyone who can dominate the phils' lineup it would be a left handed pitcher since they are so lefty-heavy) :lol:

edit: Braves' closer Mike Gonzalez is making it very interesting. :doh1: .. this dude is gonna blow it.
> Mike Gonzalez strikes out the 2 lefties Howard and Ibanez to end the game. Yeah, those stacked up lefties in that heart of the order should do Philly just fine vs LHP!

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Posted 05 April 2009 - 09:38 PM

btw we'll probably have to wait another day for our opener, looks like rain then snow in the forecast all day in Cinci, over 50% chance of snow till at least 6 PM.
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Posted 05 April 2009 - 11:06 PM

Excelsior - how can you not love the Metsies...
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