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[08:59 AM] Newsday: Prospects present looks at Mets’, Yankees’ futures
[08:29 AM] Bergen Record: Mets notes: Some progress for Reyes and Delgado
[06:51 AM] Star Ledger: The New York Mets: The good, the bad and the ugly of the first half of the season
[06:32 AM] Amazin’ Avenue: Mid-Season Filler: All-Time Mets Streaks
[06:32 AM] New York Post: BATS FINALLY GET RED HOT IN ENCOURAGING WIN
[06:27 AM] New York Times: Mets at Midseason
[02:56 AM] NY Daily News: Mets pitcher Mike Pelfrey starts on new path during and after win over Reds
[02:47 AM] Press & Sun-Bulletin: METS 11, ROCK CATS 8
[02:45 AM] The Journal News: For Francoeur, showing up is half the battle
[01:10 AM] New York Times: Mets 9, Reds 7: Mets Hit Rare Home Runs at Citi Field to Top the Reds
[12:38 AM] TCPalm: St. Lucie Mets .500 & 1st
[01:11 AM] New York Times: Phillies 8, Pirates 7
[10:54 PM] Bergen Record: O’Connor: Citi is the wrong field for Wright
[10:50 PM] Amazin’ Avenue: Intermission: Mets 9, Reds 7
[10:44 PM] Newsday: Home-run apple’s disappearing act adds to Mets’ weird first half

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  1. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 2:02 pm (#1031575)

    Hey, Tony Clark is available!

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  3. Comment posted by Confused on July 13, 2009 at 2:03 pm (#1031576)

    DWrightNYM1st Half is finally OVER. I’m looking forward for the second half.. “Where great things happen”about 1 hour ago from web

    DWrightNYMEnjoying beautiful St. Louis then the Home run Derby tonight.about 1 hour ago from web

    DWrightNYMWho you guys think is going to win? Pujols knows this park very well haha, so my money is on him. And maybe Princeabout 1 hour ago from web

    DWrightNYMI want to THANK Everyone out there that Voted me in as a starter in this years All Star Game.about 1 hour ago from web

  4. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:04 pm (#1031577)

    Holt is pitching with an 11-0 lead tho….so it dont count :)

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  6. Comment posted by Confused on July 13, 2009 at 2:05 pm (#1031578)

    Manny and the Mets (Acta, that is)
    Now that Manny Acta has been cut loose by the Nationals, could a reunion with the Mets be far off? Omar Minaya and Tony Bernazard, the VP of player development, are both close with Acta, and while there are no immediate openings, it would not be surprising to see him rejoin the organization in some capacity after the season is over.

    Here’s a story about Acta that I wrote during spring training of 2008 in which he talks about his lasting ties with the Mets.

    VIERA, Fla.– A torrential rain had forced the Nationals to retreat to their clubhouse inside the claustrophobic alleyways of Space Coast Stadium, and in the middle of all the music and card games, Manny Acta was shoveling food onto his plate from the buffet line.

    Acta was hardly noticed. At the age of 39, he’s young enough to still be playing baseball – at least on a geriatric team like the Mets – but he’s been far more successful as a coach and manager. Acta was a career .236 hitter in the Astros’ organization and never made it higher than Class A Osceola. That’s not exactly championship pedigree, and yet Acta was mentioned in conversations for Manager of the Year last season for the Nationals’ 73-89 finish. He received four third-place votes for the award, in fact, the only manager with a losing record to do so.
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    That .451 winning percentage looks a little better when you consider that it was Acta’s first job as manager and that many predicted that low-budget Washington might actually break the 1962 Mets’ record for futility (120 losses). Instead, the Nationals, hopelessly out of the NL East race, still rallied for a 15-12 mark in September by pounding away at the Phillies and Mets. Acta went 9-9 against his former team, 5-1 in that final month, which was like firing torpedoes through the hull of the Mets’ sinking ship.

    The events of that fateful September were interesting for a couple of reasons. Not only did Acta motivate his Nationals to embrace the spoiler role – something that’s difficult to do in today’s game – but he still was greeted warmly by the spiraling Mets when the team visited RFK Stadium during their terrible swoon.

    Acta was well-liked during his two-year stint as the third-base coach for the Mets under Willie Randolph. But to see the players venture over to the opposing dugout during batting practice to say hello to Acta was very unusual, even with the rampant fraternization that goes on between clubs.

    “I will always feel that connection because I had two wonderful seasons there,” Acta said last Thursday. “It was first-class. I was treated like a king and I built some good relationships with [Jose] Reyes, [Carlos] Beltran and Carlos Delgado, just to mention a few of them.”

    Maybe so, but Acta’s popularity seems to transcend the usual barriers that separate the manager’s office from the rest of the clubhouse. Every manager wants the respect of his players. It’s relating to them that can be the most challenging part, and Acta believes he did that during his time in Flushing.

    “I treated them the way I want to be treated, and our relationship was professional,” Acta said. “I can relate to them a little bit because of the age thing. We can talk about the same topics and stuff, and I get the best out of them that way, too, when it comes down to getting our job done. You have their trust through friendship but always have to draw the line.”

    It didn’t happen only with the Mets. Acta made an immediate impact on the Nationals, and he left an impression on Ryan Church, one of his former players who was shipped to the Mets along with Brian Schneider in the Lastings Milledge trade.

    “I enjoyed every single minute with that guy,” Church said. “He’s a players’ manager and I think it showed with what we did at the end of the season. How we played was really a reflection of him. He’s very straightforward and shoots from the hip about what he wants and what he expects. It was amazing for a first-year manager to come in and do what he did with what he had. It makes you wonder what he could do for a team like this one, like the Mets. The sky’s the limit with what he can do as a manager.”

    Acta will have his hands full this season. General manager Jim Bowden made a very controversial trade for Elijiah Dukes – the troubled but talented outfielder – and Milledge’s own growing pains were well-documented in New York. Acta does have the advantage of already knowing Milledge, and he’s been pleased with what he’s seen from him in camp to this point.

    “Outstanding,” Acta said. “He’s working very hard. I really do think that he matured a lot after his first year over there [in New York]. He’s all business over here – so far.”

    Acta did advise Milledge to tone down the anti-Mets rhetoric, however, and Milledge was nowhere to be found when the Mets made the trip up to Viera on Thursday for a game that was rained out.

    As for the offseason swap with the Mets and the signing of catcher Paul Lo Duca, Acta said there’s been a “continuity” between the teams.

    After all, Acta started with the Nats before GM Omar Minaya hired him as part of Randolph’s first coaching staff in 2005. It’s not easy moving from the penthouse of the NL East to a lower-tier franchise, but Acta isn’t buying into all the “team to beat” talk coming out of his division rivals in New York, Philly and Atlanta.

    “Everybody has the right to make all of those predictions, and on paper, every one of those teams looks like they’re the team to beat,” he said. “But I think we proved something to them last year. As terrible as we are at making predictions, we’re even worse at believing them. So we’re just going to play hard the whole 162 and see what happens.”

    After what Acta’s crew did to the Mets last September, it would be dangerous to underestimate his Nationals again this year.

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  8. Comment posted by Confused on July 13, 2009 at 2:06 pm (#1031579)

    Holt is pitching with an 11-0 lead tho….so it dont count :)

    can he get the mets halladay?

  9. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:09 pm (#1031580)

    can he get the mets halladay?

    idk about his GM abilities lol

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  11. Comment posted by Confused on July 13, 2009 at 2:12 pm (#1031581)

    Roy Halladay Rumors: Monday
    By Ben Nicholson-Smith [July 13 at 1:01pm CST]

    Roy Halladay spoke with reporters about the possibility of getting traded. Here’s some of what he said:

    * Ideally, Halladay would stay in Toronto and win there, says WEEI.com’s Alex Speier.
    * It’s worth repeating that Halladay doesn’t have a list of teams to which he would accept trades.
    * He guesses there’s a 50-50 chance he’s traded.
    * At some point in a player’s career it’s time to win, and Halladay says winning is the most important thing for him now.
    * Newsday’s Ken Davidoff says Halladay wouldn’t mind pitching in the National League.
    * Halladay would also consider a trade to the Yankees, according to Davidoff.
    * Jayson Werth says it’s time to trade away minor leaguers if it means acquiring Halladay, according to MLB.com’s Todd Zolecki.

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  13. Comment posted by Confused on July 13, 2009 at 2:13 pm (#1031582)

    Indians Release Matt Herges
    By Ben Nicholson-Smith [July 13 at 12:29pm CST]

    The Indians released reliever Matt Herges, according to a team press release. They designated him for assignment ten days ago to make room for Winston Abreu. Herges allowed fewer hits than innings pitched in his 25.1 innings, for an ERA of 3.55. Now we’ll see if a team looking for relievers, like the Angels or Marlins, picks him up.

  14. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:13 pm (#1031583)

    Brad Holt: 6 IP, 3 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 7 K’s

  15. Comment posted by MyFavoriteBaseballSquadron on July 13, 2009 at 2:14 pm (#1031584)

    If he’s pitching with an 11-0 lead imagine how focused he’d be with a 7-0 lead.

  16. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:17 pm (#1031585)

    If he’s pitching with an 11-0 lead imagine how focused he’d be with a 7-0 lead.

    I swear Pelfrey killed me yesterday lol

  17. Comment posted by Danny on July 13, 2009 at 2:22 pm (#1031586)

    Ruben Tejada following up a 4-hit game with a 3-for-3 day.

  18. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:22 pm (#1031587)

    Oh by the way, in the Binghamton game the BMets have jumped all over a reliever who went:

    4.2 IP, 8 H, 2 BB, 4 ER

    It was this guy

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  20. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 2:23 pm (#1031588)

    Poor guy.

  21. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:24 pm (#1031589)

    Holt: 7 IP, 4 H, 1 BB, 7 K’s, 0 ER

  22. Comment posted by Danny on July 13, 2009 at 2:27 pm (#1031590)

    Holt allowed a hit and didn’t strike anyone out in the 7th?

    He just doesn’t get it.

  23. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:29 pm (#1031592)

    Holt: 7 IP, 4 H, 1 BB, 7 K’s, 0 ER

    He’s not walking enough batters.

    I’m sorry he just doesnt fit here lol.

  24. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:30 pm (#1031593)

    C Nelfi Zapata, the Mets 19th round pick from Dorchester, MA (considered a steal because many had him going to college), is 2-4 today playing for the GCL Mets, bringing his average up to .378.

    He had an OPS of 1.059 entering today.

  25. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:33 pm (#1031594)

    Did yall see where the GCL Mets had a combined no hitter over the weekend?

    Zapata is awesome.

    Btw On Saturday, they had a pitch fx summitt in san fran….I watched some of the webcast. They are going to have not only hit fx but field fx as well. They will track pretty much everything u can imagine from speed of the runner to first base, exact location of batted balls, hang time, even track umpires positions. It will be pretty much the entire play recreated digitally. This should help fielding metrics big time.

  26. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:36 pm (#1031596)

    I saw a youtube video of Zapata……he’s freaking huge……he was in a home run competition……he was absolutely crushing balls (one went 455ft i think according to the video)……he’s definitely looking like a huge steal.

  27. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:41 pm (#1031597)

    Man they are really stretching Holt out.

    He’s at 7.2 so far.

  28. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:42 pm (#1031598)

    Zapata: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQZ3x9WiJGY&feature=fvst

  29. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:42 pm (#1031599)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQZ3x9WiJGY&feature=fvst

  30. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:43 pm (#1031600)

    haha you beat me to it.

  31. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 2:46 pm (#1031601)

    Thats odd. And here I thought they were limiting Mejia and Holt’s innings

  32. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:50 pm (#1031602)

    Holt finished strong:

    8 IP, 5 H, 2 BB, 9 K’s, 0 ER

  33. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:52 pm (#1031603)

    In a game in which the BMets score 15 runs, Ike Davis goes 0-5 with a walk.

    Ouch, babe.

  34. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 2:55 pm (#1031604)

    Holt’s 8th inning:

    -Yancarlos Ortiz called out on strikes.
    -Danny Lehmann grounds out, third baseman Jonathan Malo to first baseman Ike Davis.
    -Toby Gardenhire walks.
    -Brandon Roberts hit by pitch. Toby Gardenhire to 2nd.
    -Brian Dinkelman singles on a ground ball to left fielder Lucas Duda. Toby Gardenhire to 3rd. Brandon Roberts to 2nd.
    -Daniel Berg strikes out swinging.

  35. Comment posted by Pat Andriola on July 13, 2009 at 3:00 pm (#1031605)

    Awwww MiLB.com took an inning away from Holt

    He actually only went 7 innings, 4 H, 1 BB, 7 K’s, 0 ER

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  37. Comment posted by Squadron Nye on July 13, 2009 at 3:09 pm (#1031606)

    boo

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  39. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:13 pm (#1031607)

    oob

  40. Comment posted by MyFavoriteBaseballSquadron on July 13, 2009 at 3:16 pm (#1031609)

    boob

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  42. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:18 pm (#1031610)

    Extreme economic problems require extreme solutions, and Wells Fargo Bank has come up with a good one. They have decided to sue themselves. Wells Fargo holds the first and second mortgages on a condominium that is going into foreclosure. As holder of the first, they are suing all other lien holders, including the holder of the second, which is Wells Fargo. It gets better. The company has hired a lawyer to defend itself against its own lawsuit. The defense lawyer even filed this answer to the complaint, “Defendant admits that it is the owner and holder of a mortgage encumbering the subject real property. All other allegations of the complaint are denied.” On the website The Consumer Warning Network, Angie Moreschi wrote: “We’ve apparently reached the perfect storm for complete and utter idiocy by some banks trying to foreclose on homes.”

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  44. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 3:42 pm (#1031611)

    So did Dep get blocked at work?

  45. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 3:44 pm (#1031612)

    Not sure if he’s blocked or just being very cautious with going on here since they are definitely tracking websites now.

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  47. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:44 pm (#1031613)

    He didn’t get blocked but they have traffic monitoring stuff on his network now so he’s laying so for now.

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  49. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:45 pm (#1031614)

    laying low, I mean.

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  51. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:45 pm (#1031615)

    He actually said the ad banners on MetsGeek are blocked though so that’s funny.

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  53. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 3:46 pm (#1031616)

    That is kinda funny. Sad that our post count is so low.

    Where is Shea? Still in Atlanta?

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  55. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 3:47 pm (#1031617)

    Last I heard. Lost in Atlanta, possibly getting lobotomized into being a Larry fan.

  56. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 3:49 pm (#1031618)

    yeah its the same at my work…….ad banners are blocked………..sometimes the site is blocked, sometimes its not………i actually think it has to do with the daily links IMO. I can post all the time in other threads but just sometimes on link dump.

    I got my iphone tho…..so I just hook that up to the USB port and use the net from that lol

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  58. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 3:56 pm (#1031619)

    I bet Dep will buy 5.

    http://legalizegaypot.com/

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  60. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:01 pm (#1031620)

    From a couple days ago but fun:

    Darren (NY)

    Hi Klaw, A modest proposal for fixing the NYM after this season: Expand the talent pool by trading Beltran, Reyes and Putz (if healthy) to the few teams that can afford them (Red Sox, Cards, Angels, Dodgers) and try to stockpile 5 or 6 very good young players (Buccholz, Lowrie, Ellsbury, Rasmus, Wallace, Wood, Kemp, Kershaw, etc.). Use saved money to sign a good veteran starter (Lackey?) and to build a solid bench. Good or bad plan? Thanks!
    Keith Law
    (1:05 PM)

    Bad plan. Very bad plan. Trading two of your best three position players is not a good strategy unless you’re trying to get worse.

  61. Comment posted by MyFavoriteBaseballSquadron on July 13, 2009 at 4:21 pm (#1031621)

    Interesting that Keith Law’s nickname could be “The Klaw”.

    Everyday there seems to be a contest as to who can say/do dumber things, the fans or the front office.

    When was the last time anyone heard Fatcessa rant about how the Mets need to break up the core?

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  63. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:22 pm (#1031622)

    Don’t look at me. I don’t listen to him at all.

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  65. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:26 pm (#1031623)

    James Wiesniewski to the Devils. That’s a great pickup.

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  67. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:26 pm (#1031624)

    Oh, I’m sorry. I misread it. He resigned with the Ducks. Nevermind.

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  69. Comment posted by PHL on July 13, 2009 at 4:41 pm (#1031625)

    Optimism, insanity, or desperation? I’m stacking Mets in the Geek League. Heck, I’d take Sheff if he could steal a base. (Sorry, Luis… I know I will regret not subbing Ian Kinsler for you.)

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  71. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:41 pm (#1031626)

    I think the problem is that I don’t have a single Met on my team.

  72. Comment posted by MyFavoriteBaseballSquadron on July 13, 2009 at 4:42 pm (#1031627)

    I read on ESPN they predicted the Devils to finish 4th? Did they realize how many players have left the team this year and they haven’t been replaced.

    Lemaire might have been the coach to instill a great system that won them championships but Brodeur was a hell of a lot younger (he’s looked gassed the past 5 years in the playoffs), they had 2 HOF caliber D in Stevens and Niedermayer and the success of the Devils after their first Cup with Lemaire was missing the playoffs the year after and never making it past Rd 2.

    The two other Devils Cups were won with different coaches. Lemaire’s biggest achievement in Minny was a conference finals appearance. As a Rangers fan I treat the Devils like Mets fans treated the Braves, I expect that they’ll make the playoffs until they actually don’t but every year it looks like they’re getting weaker at the spots that made them so successful during their streak.

  73. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 4:44 pm (#1031628)

    I haven’t payed attention to mine after week 1

    what position am I in?

    I think I got Tommy hanson on my bench lol

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  75. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 4:49 pm (#1031629)

    Yeah, but they still have guys like Zach Parise, Martin Brodeur, Jamie Langenbrunner, Travis Zajak, and Brian Rolston. I agree though, I could see them declining a bit. I would definitely have the Flyers ranked above them.

    I just checked the ESPN rankings and they, in fact, have the Devils ranked 6th.

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  77. Comment posted by Lunkwill Fook on July 13, 2009 at 5:01 pm (#1031630)

    Okay what precious few Geeks remain, I’m out.

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  79. Comment posted by Squadron Nye on July 13, 2009 at 5:03 pm (#1031631)

    BYE LUNK

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  81. Comment posted by Squadron Nye on July 13, 2009 at 5:04 pm (#1031632)

    I’LL MISS YOU

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  83. Comment posted by Squadron Nye on July 13, 2009 at 5:06 pm (#1031633)

    I’M PRECIOUS

  84. Comment posted by MyFavoriteBaseballSquadron on July 13, 2009 at 5:35 pm (#1031634)

    Yeah it was the Flyers ranked 4th. Whatever, the Devils were going in the right direction with trying to open up their game a little more. Their best assets are all up front as their talent on D is very average. Keep on pushing Marty to play 70 games a year and you’ll see another 1st round flameout.

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  86. Comment posted by DL on July 13, 2009 at 6:16 pm (#1031635)

    EVERYBODY DANCE NOW

  87. Comment posted by John on July 13, 2009 at 6:40 pm (#1031636)

    Man first bonfe goes to bk and now it seems ceaser puello has gottened suspended

    no one will be on Kingsport before I go see the game Wednesday

  88. Comment posted by Super T on July 13, 2009 at 7:35 pm (#1031639)

    Time to replace Razor “no stop sign” Shines with Manny “First Class” Acta.

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  90. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 7:35 pm (#1031640)

    I would fire everyone and let Acta pick his own crew.

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  92. Comment posted by Chaucer on July 13, 2009 at 7:38 pm (#1031641)

    I’m with Future.

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  94. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 7:40 pm (#1031642)

    Acta didn’t get to pick any of his staff when he became manager. It’s not like he made tactical mistakes like Manuel does every single game.

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  96. Comment posted by Dep on July 13, 2009 at 7:47 pm (#1031643)

    I was at the game in New Britain today to see Holt pitch. He didn’t disappoint, that’s for sure! He was staked to a huge lead and just relaxed and threw strikes–pounding the zone. At the start of the game he was throwing 94-95 and then in the 7th inning just before he left the game, he was sitting at 91-92 (the scouts behind the plate with the radar guns said). His first curveball was 78-79 and was a strikeout pitch.

    He has a great pitcher’s build–long arms and legs with a strong lower body. His mechanics are great and his fastball just explodes. His curveball looked very good today and had a nice 11-5 break. Either he doesn’t really have a changeup or it wasn’t so great today, but he didn’t need it. He spotted the FB very well (got some swings and misses up in the zone) and his curve kept NB off balance all day. There were no hard hit foul balls off him-either protective swings or balls that went out of play to the opposite side of the field. He was dominant. He also took time after the game to sign autographs for the camp kids at the game.

    Other observations about the B-Mets: I wasn’t too impressed by Ike Davis. He had an off-day. He had a walk, but didn’t really do anything –he had an RBI groundout. He had a couple of infield groundouts where he didn’t really bust it down the line. He had no chances in the field. He’s physically lean, not strong legs like Josh Petersen or Lucas Duda. He’s got room to fill out and add 10-15 pounds easily.

    Ruben Tejada is an impressive player. He is small (looks like your average high school sized player), yet he has good bat speed. He went up the middle a couple of times and belted a double that was well struck for a player his size. He has good speed, a good glove and a very poised batting eye–he also ran the bases well (good reads / instincts on hit balls). You watch Tejada and he just oozes confidence–there’s a lot of ease to his game and he looked very comfortable. He stood out on offense for me because he does a number of things well.

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  98. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 7:53 pm (#1031644)

    Who wrote that Dep?

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  100. Comment posted by Dep on July 13, 2009 at 8:00 pm (#1031645)

    honestly, i have no idea. sorry. saw it on fugees and just grabbed it. no link that i see of now that i looked. sowwy!

    time to go work out and get rid of my work negative mojo….I’ll be around tonight.

    bbiab

  101. Comment posted by Super T on July 13, 2009 at 8:02 pm (#1031646)

    Who is this band, they’re pretty good!

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  103. Comment posted by Future on July 13, 2009 at 8:11 pm (#1031647)

    Thanks for the post, I was just curious to what it was about.

    Have fun working out, Dep.

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  105. Comment posted by Dep on July 13, 2009 at 8:52 pm (#1031648)

    Bah my pc is down! Bberry at home aint right!

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  107. Comment posted by Dep on July 13, 2009 at 9:00 pm (#1031649)

    yay. PC back!

    HR derby = snoozefest

    other TV time

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  109. Comment posted by TLC on July 13, 2009 at 9:45 pm (#1031651)

    the hr derby blows

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  111. Comment posted by tim in St. Louis on July 13, 2009 at 11:32 pm (#1031653)

    what a contrast in style between Cruz and Fielder….major bombs

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