Thursday, October 05, 2006

MLB Nightcap Live-Commenting

Yes, I know I missed the Cards-Padres game. But there's still Mets-Dodgers! Who will be tonight's Drew-style goat? Discuss the game -- mid-game! -- right here. Otherwise, I'm back tomorrow a.m. for a full day: A.M. Quickie, CFB Weekend Preview, NFL Week 5 Picks and more!

-- D.S.

11 comments:

Mat Precourt said...

I guess we'll see tonight how vulnerable the Mets are to Left handed starters. Even if they do struggle, it might be the only one they face until they meet the Randy Johnson.
Let's Go Mets!

Keithsrk said...

Small ball does it again - Mets up 1-0. Rob Neyer needs to do a study on the number of runs scored by Small Ball as a % of Total Runs Scored in the playoffs as opposed to the regular season. It's got to be higher, doesn't it?

d_helms32 said...

I can't believe Beltran's numbers at home this year - .224 15HR 38RBI. Does he hate NY that much?

Keithsrk said...

Tricked me there - Guess Drew will get that one off the bat of Floyd!

Isiah Thomas said...
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Maher said...

yawn. mets win. nomar is hurt. shocks all around. the only interesting thing I saw was reyes having a hard time getting the ball to 1st during the top of the 9th.

Troy (Gainesville, FL) said...

Not baseball, but I dont know where else to post this: NC State sucks and they just beat FSU. I'm telling you--the ACC this season shows us just exactly why preseason polls are 100% meaningless.

Here's a question: when was the last time there was only one ranked Florida team??

Mat Precourt said...

As a Mets fan, here is the 2 worries we heard.

Weak agasint left-handed starters.

Tonight 2 ER on 4 hits in 4.1 innings.

Starting Pitching

10.1IP 10H 1ER

Sorry..... No Weakness

BobbyStompy said...

Man, that post pissed me off. I hope the Mets lose....to an NL team.

The loss in the World Series was already assumed.

Mat Precourt said...

It's 4 in the AM and the Mets still are the most dominant team so far.