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    Nick Evans will be called up

    1/3rd of Trinity will be in uniform tomorrow.

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    He's probably not ready for the show, but man it is exciting to get some fresh young blood in there to cheer for for a change. I find it interesting they're replacing Marlon (A lefty) with Evans (A righty)....could the eventual Delgado platoon be among us as well, and thats why they chose Evans over Carp?

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    Lineup is In, Evans batting 8th.

    Reyes, ss
    Castillo, 2b
    Wright, 3b
    Beltran, cf
    Tatis, rf
    Delgado, 1b
    Castro, c
    Evans, lf
    Vargas, rhp

    Tatis 5th strikes me as really odd….I would assume it was originally Church but they scratched him, but why not move Tatis down the lineup then?

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    Nice hit, kid.

    My what big teeth he has

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChadLover View Post
    Nice hit, kid.

    My what big teeth he has
    LOL, it looks like he is 15.

    Which player faked throwing the ball into the stands? That had me loling.

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    Yes! Great 1st inning for the Mets!

    Nice, to see Evans line a double the oppesit way. He's always been one of my favorite prospects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    LOL, it looks like he is 15.

    Which player faked throwing the ball into the stands? That had me loling.
    That was funny, I couldn't tell who it was.

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    Great start for you guys thus far. NICK EVANS for NL ROTY, 2-2
    Last edited by Revis; 05-24-2008 at 04:47 PM.

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    2-2, nice.

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    Very impressive debut. I love that he's going to the opposite field.

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    LOL, give him the batting title now!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ven0m View Post
    Very impressive debut. I love that he's going to the opposite field.
    Such a great strategy when playing in Coors.

    No wonder David Wright has so much success here.

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    OMG, Evans delivers again!!

    3rd double today, HUGE insurance run.

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    Huge day for Jefferies. I mean Evans.

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    He's been 1-18 since his debut...

    Yikes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    He's been 1-18 since his debut...

    Yikes.
    Evans needs to be a platoon player right now.

    Vs Lefties - .333/.400/.556, 2 2B, 1 RBI, 1 BB, 1 K
    Vs Righties - .083/.083/.167, 1 2B, 1 RBI, 0 BB, 6 K

    He looks like a ML hitter against Lefties, and like an AA hitter against Righties. I have no problem keeping him up, as long as he's used as such. I think he'll develop against Righties with more seasoning, but he's not at that point now.

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