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In Topic: New York Mets 2015 Season Thread

Yesterday, 10:21 PM

Home field advantage pissed away for good

In Topic: New York Mets 2015 Season Thread

Yesterday, 09:41 PM

What I need to see, absolutely NEED to see, is for them to go out there and pound POS Tanner Roark tomorrow. Knock him around, get your confidence back, put tonight behind you and go into the playoffs feeling good. Because to me baseball is the most cerebral and psychological of all the sports. I want the Mets to at least feel like they're turning a corner offensively before they head into the playoffs. Will it make a difference? Who knows, we have basically 5 days between tomorrow and game 1


the Dodgers are so due (especially Kershaw is due for a huge playoff) and we're just stumbling around not ready for prime time. We're essentially like the 2007 Phillies, 1994 Devils...just not there yet.

In Topic: New York Mets 2015 Season Thread

Yesterday, 08:46 PM

I would so Harvey game two Noah game 3. I don't trust Noah on the road yet and he's absolutely dealing. Harvey has got his mojo back and I want him in game 2 to prevent this from being 2-0 Dodgers.


I feel good about the starting pitching again...but this offense is corpsing it.


It's like we won the division and the baseball gods said ENOUGH, that's all you get this year. It wouldn't shock me if they lost 9 in a row and went out with a whimper. Really wouldn't


This no hitter is a bad omen. Very bad

In Topic: New York Mets 2015 Season Thread

Yesterday, 08:40 PM

Yea, I mean small consolation for the Nationals. But to me this is embarrassing and a disgrace for the Mets. I don't feel bad for Scherzer not getting his perfect game. The fact that the Nationals, after getting PUNKED for the division are allowed to celebrate anything on our field is criminal.


The Mets have been a different team since the clinch. All the passion is gone, all the urgency is gone, all the fire is gone. And this apathy and indifference has gone so far that they absolutely sleepwalk through a no hitter. The Phillies had an agenda when the Mets came in a few days ago, the Nats wanted to extract a pound of flesh when they came in...what do the Mets think they're some conquering heroes and just because they won the division means the Nats and Phils are just obligated to let the Mets walk all over them?


Dodgers in 3. Mets do not know how to handle prosperity. They're not ready for this yet, they're not ready and it shows.

In Topic: New York Mets 2015 Season Thread

Yesterday, 08:13 PM

Let this no hitter serve as a learning experience for this team, maybe it fires them up, hopefully it makes them angry as the garbage Nationals celebrate all over their field. You clinch...that doesnt mean you mail it in and stop trying.

This team mailed it in and stopped trying