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Grading the Mets hitters

Wednesday, October 14th, 2009

Since grading the Mets’ hitters first half was such a rousing success, I thought I would grade their whole season now that it has mercilessly ended.  This is still a very, very hacky thing to do, but with the World Series possibly shaping up as an Alien vs. Predator-esque Phillies/Yankees finale, I need to distract myself from that impending doom somehow.  I will grade the pitchers tomorrow.


The Chris Wilcox’s plan for 2010 – Catcher

Wednesday, September 30th, 2009

While the regular season is not yet over, meaning we are about two months away from the kickoff of the official hot stove season, in actuality the Mets season has been over for so long, our hot stove started in July.  Most Mets fans have had plenty of time to think about directions for next season, as that has been the only thing getting them through this disaster.  Other Mets blogs are getting ready to post their plans for next season, and I thought I’d try to get a jump on things by posting my own wild and crazy plans.  This will run in several parts.


Grading the hitters’ first half

Monday, July 13th, 2009

Yes, I am doing the hackiest of hack ideas, the first half “grades” for each and every player.  It will give me a chance to sort through the damage, and figure out exactly how we got to this point and if there is anything we can do about it (the answer: probably not, no).  I will start with the hitters today and tackle the pitchers tomorrow.  In order from A to F…