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    NLCS game 4 thread

    Could be a high scoring game tonight with Oliver Perez vs. Anthony Reyes as the pitching matchup.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    The Mets offense is really putrid right now.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine View Post
    The Mets offense is really putrid right now.
    What's funny is that the Mets always, no matter what, seem like a team with an arrogance or swagger. They look like a bunch of confused kittens out there tonight. Don't imagine Willie Randolph should feel very comfortable right now.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    The Mets pitching is making the worst hitter in baseball actually look good.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Beltran homers to tie the game. That was the first run the Mets have scored in 14 innings.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Wright homers. 2-1 Mets.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Anthony Reyes seems to do very little with a decent arsenal. Tomko?

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    Umps squeezed Perez allowing Speizio to walk, and eventually score. Pujols pops out before Rolen ties the game. Shawn Green makes Dunn look like a gold glover in the outfield, btw.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    What's funny is that the Mets always, no matter what, seem like a team with an arrogance or swagger. They look like a bunch of confused kittens out there tonight.
    And now they look like Thunder Cats ... hooooooo.

    As for Reyes, he's young (turns 25 tomorrow) and it's going to take a while for him to figure out how to keep the ball in the park. You can't expect them all to click like Wainwright has. Me, I like Reyes' socks.
    Last edited by M2; 10-15-2006 at 09:22 PM.
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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Gawd, McCarver is some kind of idiot.
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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Valentin can't get the tag down on the sure strike out throw out double play.

    That's going to cost the Mets.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    Valentin can't get the tag down on the sure strike out throw out double play.

    That's going to cost the Mets.
    Valentin saved his own bacon on the next play.
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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by M2 View Post
    Valentin saved his own bacon on the next play.
    Thompson's got some fierce movement on his pitches.

    And fatty-pockets boots it.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Falls City Beer View Post
    Valentin can't get the tag down on the sure strike out throw out double play.

    That's going to cost the Mets.
    Looked like his weight/momentum carried him past the play after getting the tag down. It kept it from holding it down there long enough. Tough luck or just bad form?
    Small market fan... always hoping, but never expecting.

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    Re: NLCS game 4 thread

    3 run homer for Delgado. Mets lead 5-2.


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