Can Niese Stop the Free Fall?

Would be great to see one of our starters slam the door on the Phils

Game thread…

8 Responses to “Can Niese Stop the Free Fall?”

  1. KMac Says:

    Swing the f**king bat!

  2. BlondiesJake Says:

    Looks like the door was slammed in their face again. Another Niese big inning meltdown, this is more than a pattern, it’s a problem.

    Just as the Mets own Cole Hamels, so John Mayberry Jr owns the Mets, now with 3 of his 13 HRs and 12 of his 44 RBIs on the season against the Mets.

  3. BrooklynBill Says:

    Tis the season for some bench clearing brawls…we are overdue for a good one! If we can’t beat them, then let’s beat the crap out of them. Why do baseball players make the worse fighters?

    What else can we talk about? :( wishing we were more of a seller at the deadline.

  4. BlondiesJake Says:

    CORRECTION: Mayberry has hit 3 of his 12 HRs and driven in 12 of his 41 RBIs against the Mets.

  5. BrooklynBill Says:

    I bet there’s some heavy drinking goin’ on in the booth tonite…this is ugly.

  6. Florida Met Fan Rich Says:

    BJ still want to watch these games?…..I am starting to feel sad for them!

    Can it get any worse?…..Hello BASEMENT BERTHA!

  7. BlondiesJake Says:

    I do, FMFR, especially to watch guys like Duda. Speaking of which, in 204 ABs, he’s hitting .279 with 7 HRs and 35 RBIs. He has 13 2Bs and 3 3Bs. His OBP is .346, SLG is .475, OPS is .821 and he’s walked 19 times and struck out 39.

    A full season is roughly 600 ABs, so multiply his numbers by 3 and that’s a pretty darn good season of 21 HRs, 105 RBIs and 39 2Bs.

  8. BrooklynBill Says:

    let a = probability of injury
    let b = probability of med staff diagnosing correctly
    let c = probability of rehab setback

    Now, lets say a = 50% b=.01% and c=75%

    Now, lets adjust variables a, b, & c based on a statistical sample data on NY Met players from our friends at Elias:

    a = 65%, b=.001% , c = 95%

    Now, using the MS Excel function calcSeasonEndingInjuryFactor(a,b,c) developed by Paul D. Podesta and IBM, we can safely project Lucas Duda’s #s over a theoretical 162 games:

    10 HR 50 RBI 19 2B

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