Tuesday, June 26, 2007



Blogger Toast said...

Why do I have a feeling that, immediately after this picture was taken, your Mets violated the "No Regular-Season Bouncing Scrums" rule?

7:31 AM  
Blogger Dwilkers said...

The Mets are dominating the All Star voting. Last I checked you guys had SS, Outfield, Catcher and I think second.

We're twelve games out of first in probably the worst division in baseball. But Biggio will get 3,000 this week!

Not sure what we're going to do after that.

7:32 AM  
Blogger Mike said...

the "No Regular-Season Bouncing Scrums" rule?

I didn't realize MLB adopted that Two Glasses Rule.

Don't worry, I'm sure the Yanks'll get their chance one of these days.

Dwilk, I haven't followed the All-Star voting, but I think Reyes & Beltran should be starters. Beltran is the NL's best Center Fielder and along with Henley Ramirez, Reyes is the best SS.

But LoDuca? No. And while Wright should make the squad, he shouldn't start over Miguel Cabrera. No way.

7:40 AM  
Blogger George said...

Actually, I think Russell Martin, who certainly has played like an All-Star this season, has the lead at catcher.

I loved this photo, too--they ran it in the LA Times. But cropped LoDuca out--wonder if that was intentionally, since so many out here are still convinced the team shouldn't have traded him.

Miggy is a better hitter than Wright, no doubt, although he might end up at firstbase faster if he doesn't keep the weight off.

12:12 PM  
Blogger Dwilkers said...

Martin is in fourth place behind LoDuca, McCann and Estrada.

Link (scroll to bottom)

Right now Reyes, Wright and LoDuca are all ahead by over 100k votes, and Beltran by over 200k.

Its interesting. I haven't had an opportunity to watch the Mets this year. The thing I liked about them last year was their apparent enthusiasm - a fun team to watch in the playoffs.

Heh. Biggio is in second place in the NL at second. Victory lap I guess.

2:09 PM  
Blogger George said...

No, Martin has moved into first. You linked to the May 29 totals. Here's the new leaderboard.

2:41 PM  
Blogger Dwilkers said...

Ah sorry, my bad. I wonder how I did that? I must have gotten linked to it through an older story.

Anyhoo, the voting is way up now from the graph I linked.

Hmm. I don't think Fielder belongs ahead of Pujols.

I was going to say I dunno what Griffey is doing there but his numbers are nice this year. .965 OPS, 21 HR, hitting .290. I've only seen him once this year and he didn't impress.

3:00 PM  

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