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Postby DK » Sun Oct 29, 2006 9:41 pm

CadensDad wrote:Mets aren't even the best team in their divison. I dont even think they will make the playoffs next year.

They had the divison locked up since April. I think it's a pretty outlandish statement to say that they're not the class of the East.
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Postby Pogotheostrich » Sun Oct 29, 2006 10:38 pm

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Pogotheostrich wrote:I'm getting sick of the Eckstein mediafest too. I mean I respect the guy for getting the most out his talent but didn't we already hear all of this before? Seems like old news to me.

Pujols isn't more marketable. He doesn't handle the press very well. He realizes it is part of the job but you can tell he doesn't like doing it and treats it as an obligation.

The media love for Reyes surprises me. I didn't see to much of the Mets this year but he the games I did see he came off as very cocky.

It's more confidence. He's got a great attitude, is always smiling, and is the most exciting player in baseball. I mean the dude runs a little under 20 miles an hour... around the bases. (Ran an inside-the-park HR in 14 seconds, do the math yourself if you're skeptical)

I mean, it's hard to NOT want to watch him play.

I can think of at least 10 hitters I would rather watch but that is just me. His speed is impressive but he isn't as exciting a hitter as others.
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