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    why do mets always seem to look bad against mediocre rookie pitchers?

    it's so frustrating to see a pitcher like this 2-hitting this mets line-up. matter of fact it's disgraceful how bad they've looked trying to hit this kid.

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    I agree. Maybe they try too hard or aren't used to the new pitcher. The kid looked good but no bats tonite

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    Our lineup is just not good right now.

    Reyes needs to give up on the switch hitting and stay righty.

    Lo Duca's in a mini slump.

    Beltran hasn't shown much since he got here.

    Floyd's woes are now chronic and Willie needs to recognize this and act accordingly. At the very least he should sit against lefties permanently.

    Wright has too many bad at bats to hit for average.

    Nagy has come crashing down to earth and is another who merits a careful watch.

    Matsui is a slight step above Hernandez which is absolutely dreadful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet
    Our lineup is just not good right now.

    Reyes needs to give up on the switch hitting and stay righty.

    Lo Duca's in a mini slump.

    Beltran hasn't shown much since he got here.

    Floyd's woes are now chronic and Willie needs to recognize this and act accordingly. At the very least he should sit against lefties permanently.

    Wright has too many bad at bats to hit for average.

    Nagy has come crashing down to earth and is another who merits a careful watch.

    Matsui is a slight step above Hernandez which is absolutely dreadful.

    When you put it like that it's amazing that we are 5 games ahead of Atlanta.

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    If they could get quality starts out of every starting pitcher, they would be fine. Unfortunately we have a couple of question marks and it shows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JumbalayaJet
    Our lineup is just not good right now.

    Reyes needs to give up on the switch hitting and stay righty.

    Lo Duca's in a mini slump.

    Beltran hasn't shown much since he got here.

    Floyd's woes are now chronic and Willie needs to recognize this and act accordingly. At the very least he should sit against lefties permanently.

    Wright has too many bad at bats to hit for average.

    Nagy has come crashing down to earth and is another who merits a careful watch.

    Matsui is a slight step above Hernandez which is absolutely dreadful.
    Quite the optimist I see.

    Beltran has a .415 OBP and 1.000 OPS this year as well as 15 runs in 16 games

    LoDuca is batting .300 and showing some pop, you can't ask for more

    Wright hit .300 last year, he wasn't going to hit .400 all year, he needs a rest.

    Re yes is improving in plate discipline, his swing is very faulty but he is improving

    Matsui is a MUCH better hitter than Hernanderson, MUCH.

    Nady has not hit in the clutch but .300 and 6 HR's from your seven hitter is fine.

    Floyd is always streaks, he will have a .850 OPS by years end.

    We are just slumping right now, and still lead the divison by 5 games.

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