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  1. A few years ago I loaded all of the baseball games I'd gone to on the MLB Ballpark app which is pretty cool. I'd need to look at it, but I've seen my share of Mets pitching gems: 2003: Steve Trachsel one-hitter vs. the Rockies. In classic Mets fashion, the only hit surrendered was to the pitcher. 2012: R.A. Dickey complete game shutout vs. the Cardinals, the day after Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in team history. 2013: Matt Harvey throws 6.2 perfect innings vs. White Sox. Ends up throwing 9 scoreless innings with 1 hit allowed but again in classic Mets fashion, he didn't get credited with the win as the Mets couldn't score...though they did walk it off in the 10th. Speaking of which, I've seen my share of walk off wins but never a walk off HR.
  2. Well Jed Lowrie still has yet to get into a game for the Mets after signing a 2-year $20 million deal but the Phillies have their own version of that going on. David Robertson signed for 2 years, $23 million. Pitched to 5.40 ERA over 6.2 innings before getting hurt. And now months after the original injury, he will undergo TJS, effectively ending his Phillies career as he will miss 2020.
  3. Feel honored to have been watching live to see the first turnover of a HOF career.
  4. Doesn't really matter if he plays the whole season or not, Pats aren't missing a Super Bowl for the rest of Brady's career.
  5. My butthole is going to be firmly clenched any time Barkley takes a handoff this preseason.
  6. Like I said, one of these year a team is just gonna flat out not play any starters all preseason and risk losing a key contributor in a meaningless game. See if having them practice only is enough to get them ready for the year.
  7. Yep that meant it definitely wasn't 1998 - the Giants won and I've never been to a night game. It was 1997. And now looking at the box score, I totally remember that Tito Wooten pick six because the crowd erupted in "WOOOOOOOO", and not like Ric Flair. I also completely forgot about the Cowboys kicker being named Richie Cunningham but I remember my dad and his friends having a big laugh about it.
  8. I've only been to one preseason game - Giants/Jaguars back in I believe 1997. All I remember about it was Brunell getting a major injury. Other than that we left near the end of the third quarter I think. I'd never been to a Giants game before, so this was basically a "trial" run to see if I could handle going to a game as I was a very hyperactive kid around that age. My actual game was either that year or the next against Dallas. Wonder if I still have my old ticket stubs, I know I was saving them for a while up until tickets turned into printouts.
  9. Landry Jones becomes the first player to sign with the new XFL.
  10. Welp, as much fun as the past month has been, my fear was that since the break the Mets had simply been beating up on the worst teams in the league. Now they've gone 2-3 against the Nats and Braves but they should be 0-5, both wins were results of the Nats bullpen completely imploding and gifting them the wins. They've got Julio Teheran tonight who has owned them historically, and Jeff McNeil who has emerged as their most consistent offensive player is injured. They do have the Royals this weekend, but after that it'll be the Indians, Braves again, and Cubs. There's no point in making the playoffs if you can't beat any good teams. And besides, this year the prize of being a Wild Card is playing a Game 163 for the right to lose to the Dodgers in the NLDS so it's whatever. Suppose I should just be glad that they got to unexpectedly play meaningful games in August. That's more than I can say about the last two seasons.
  11. I forgot that Rice was a Bronco in 2005, but at the end of preseason when he was told he’d made the roster but would be the 5th or 6th receiver he opted for retirement. It would’ve been his age 43 season. Had he theoretically been okay being at the bottom of the depth chart I wonder how long he would’ve kept playing.
  12. I'd be too distracted by Mike Glennon's enormous neck to listen to him.
  13. After the Rice/Moss/TO group I'd put Fitzgerald near the top of the list. He's consistently produced despite having a million QBs throwing to him.
  14. Rice’s longevity makes his career records virtually unbreakable. About the only records that’ll be tougher to beat are Vinatieri’s once he finally retires. In an era where kickers can be replaced on a dime the second they struggle, I can’t see anyone being that good for a quarter century.
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