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Thread: Mets Roster vs. Yanks Roster

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    Mets Line-up

    1- Jose Reyes 2B
    2- Kaz Matsui SS
    3- Cliff Floyd LF
    4- Mike Piazza C
    5- Jason Phillips 1B
    6- Mike Cameron CF
    7- Ty Wiggintion 3B
    8- Shane Spencer/Karim Garcia RF
    9- Al Leiter P

    2004 Projection: God-awful, will challenge 2003 Brewers for All-Time SO title


    Yankees Line-Up

    1- Kenny Lofton CF
    2- Derek Jeter SS
    3- Alex Rodriguez 3B
    4- Jason Giambi 1B
    5- Gary Sheffield RF
    6- Bernie Williams DH
    7- Hideki Matsui RF
    8- Jorge Posada C
    9- Enrique Wilson 2B

    2004 Projection: Projects as the best line-up of all-time, barring injury





    The Mets are a f*cking disgrace.

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    Originally posted by TomShane@Feb 15 2004, 07:33 PM
    Mets Line-up

    1- Jose Reyes 2B
    2- Kaz Matsui SS
    3- Cliff Floyd LF
    4- Mike Piazza C
    5- Jason Phillips 1B
    6- Mike Cameron CF
    7- Ty Wiggintion 3B
    8- Shane Spencer/Karim Garcia RF
    9- Al Leiter P

    2004 Projection: God-awful, will challenge 2003 Brewers for All-Time SO title


    Yankees Line-Up

    1- Kenny Lofton CF
    2- Derek Jeter SS
    3- Alex Rodriguez 3B
    4- Jason Giambi 1B
    5- Gary Sheffield RF
    6- Bernie Williams DH
    7- Hideki Matsui RF
    8- Jorge Posada C
    9- Enrique Wilson 2B

    2004 Projection: Projects as the best line-up of all-time, barring injury





    The Mets are a f*cking disgrace.
    It isn't that bad, considering the METS will be a much better defensive team then last year, I think they have enough offense to get by.

    They have some good hitters.

    But they aren't making the playoffs.

    Those A$$holes should have signed Vlad Guerro, Javy Lopez, and moved Piazza to 1st.

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    :unsure: I thought I heard that Piazza was moved to first base?

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    Originally posted by jetgirl@Feb 15 2004, 07:42 PM
    :unsure: I thought I heard that Piazza was moved to first base?
    The ***** refused and whined to his agent. I guess he wasn't finished humiliating himself behing the dish yet. The Mets are trading about 15 wins that his bungling will cost them in return for Piazza getting his 8 stinking homers for an irrelevant record. Dickbag.

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    Originally posted by TomShane+Feb 15 2004, 07:55 PM--></span><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (TomShane @ Feb 15 2004, 07:55 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin--jetgirl@Feb 15 2004, 07:42 PM
    :unsure: I thought I heard that Piazza was moved to first base?
    The ***** refused and whined to his agent. I guess he wasn&#39;t finished humiliating himself behing the dish yet. The Mets are trading about 15 wins that his bungling will cost them in return for Piazza getting his 8 stinking homers for an irrelevant record. Dickbag. [/b][/quote]
    Now now TS, just because he turned you down isn&#39;t any cause to be calling him names.........Maxie threatened him that&#39;s why he had to refuse you........ :lol:

    All kidding aside..........Piazza (and I love him dearly) cannot run, cannot catch and cannot throw...........all he can do is hit..........

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    Who would have thought you would ever see A-Rod and Jeter on the same infield...

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    Originally posted by Smizzy@Feb 15 2004, 08:22 PM
    Who would have thought you would ever see A-Rod and Jeter on the same infield...
    I&#39;m a Mets fan born & raised,

    but why not move Jeter or A-Rod to 2nd and the other play shortstop.

    Do you know how amazing up the middle that is, thats insane.

    Even as Mets fan just thinking of that makes me drool.

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    Thats what ive been saying the whole time...move jeter to second.

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    The Bottom line is....f the casual fan because he is gonna have to choose between a 6 dollar burger at shea or a 11 dollar burger in Yankee stadium....the prices make it impossible for the average guy to take his kids to the ball park&#33;

    LL


    Spend more and more...when MLB cries poverty I will point to the Yankees and say.....Get your money over there&#33;

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