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Manish is ready:

Robert Saleh just really needs to shut the hell up. I was determined to be completely "wait and see" with this guy but every time I see this dude he just ruins it and I get so excited and pumped for h

Press access on Friday and Saturday. It will be nice to get some real reports on some of the new guys and the new coaches.  

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2 hours ago, Jet Nut said:

Dont miss with those Jeets die hards.  They'll remind you of that WS play until you puke

No just look at his career stats. It’s really not that difficult. He’s a hall of fame shortstop. 

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18 minutes ago, Tranquilo said:

No just look at his career stats. It’s really not that difficult. He’s a hall of fame shortstop. 

He is, never said he wasnt a HOF SS.  

He's just not god like some make him out to be.  

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On 5/8/2021 at 8:50 AM, flgreen said:

It's a fair question.  The NFLPA is pressuring the rookies not to attend the OTA's.

He replied that he wanted to talk to his QB, and the other rookies about it before he made a decision.  He's indicating that he wants to do what ever their going to do as a TEAM.  Lots of other things he could have said there if he was a diva.  

I admit I'm often guilty of not reading through, but my statement still stands, at least theoretically. Besides, any rookie that has Diva tendencies should be taken down a few notches very quickly before they start thinking they're entitled to run the asylum. I don't even want to hear Aaron Rodgers sh it if that tells you anything. To be clear, neither one of those scenarios is even remotely the same thing as being a dishrag. 

 

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27 minutes ago, Patriot Killa said:

He isn’t god, but he’s a GOAT.

GOAT at SS as a hitter maybe but thats not the same as GOAT. 

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On 5/7/2021 at 1:09 PM, Beerfish said:

Yeah and the fact you reinforced it in the thread when he got released by Washinton by giving this succinct scouting report ..... 'trash'

I lack tact and subtlety often.  

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On 5/7/2021 at 12:32 PM, Irish Jet said:

I remember being thinking both he and Treadwell were absolute garbage and all hype. There was nothing to them.

Then I ruined it all by absolutely loving Corey Coleman...

The dream of what Coleman could have been 

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5 hours ago, GandWFan said:

I was a Mets fan, but even I can recognize Jeter was clutch. Had the stats, but what was special about him was he was clutch. 

got tired of them, huh 😉

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6 hours ago, Jet Nut said:

He is, never said he wasnt a HOF SS.  

He's just not god like some make him out to be.  

Oh give it a rest. He's a Hall of Fame player with 5 rings. If he was on your favorite team you'd sainthood him.

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3 hours ago, Jet Nut said:

Yankee fans want to make him into Jeter.  You know because hes wearing #2.  🙄

if the only the Jets where that lucky...

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6 minutes ago, Morrissey said:

Oh give it a rest. He's a Hall of Fame player with 5 rings. If he was on your favorite team you'd sainthood him.

The best thing about being a Yankee fan is that we don't have to worry about what poverty Mets fans think 

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2 hours ago, jetsons said:

got tired of them, huh 😉

Avid Mets fan until 87. Won it all in 86.  Turned them on in 87 and didn’t recognize anyone on the team. All gone. I was done. Haven’t followed baseball since. 

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13 hours ago, GandWFan said:

Avid Mets fan until 87. Won it all in 86.  Turned them on in 87 and didn’t recognize anyone on the team. All gone. I was done. Haven’t followed baseball since. 

Then you weren't actually a fan lol

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17 hours ago, Morrissey said:

Oh give it a rest. He's a Hall of Fame player with 5 rings. If he was on your favorite team you'd sainthood him.

Grew up a Mets fan.  Seaver and Jeter are the two greatest baseball players who played in the Metro area in the last 50 plus years.  If we lived before most of us bought into monotheism he would be considered a God.  

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7 hours ago, Biggs said:

Grew up a Mets fan.  Seaver and Jeter are the two greatest baseball players who played in the Metro area in the last 50 plus years.  If we lived before most of us bought into monotheism he would be considered a God.  

I also grew up a Mets fan.  Seaver is my hero, and one of the greatest players in the history of baseball.

Jeter belongs on the list, as does Mariano Rivera, who I consider the greatest closer in the history of baseball.

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On 5/7/2021 at 10:20 AM, UntouchableCrew said:

Serious question -- has changing uniforms ever changed how any team ever was perceived?

We're lucky enough to have a classic, iconic look despite not being a classic, iconic franchise and we threw it away in favor of something that looks like a MAC team or a CFL expansion franchise.

I would have to say the Tampa Bucs old unis may have been the worst I have ever seen.  The old Pats were not much better.  Once they changed unis (especially Tampa) they began to change that perception a bit.  Of course drafting, signing and trading for good players didn't hurt either.  

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14 hours ago, GandWFan said:

Yeah. You would know. 

If you didnt recognize the Mets team in 87, yeah, he knows

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14 hours ago, Biggs said:

Grew up a Mets fan.  Seaver and Jeter are the two greatest baseball players who played in the Metro area in the last 50 plus years.  If we lived before most of us bought into monotheism he would be considered a God.  

I was at the near perfect game against the cubbies in July '69. By the end of June, the Mets were a thing.  Seaver and koosman were mowing them all down game after game.  There was electricity that summer.  We knew they were going to catch the Cubs.  My grandfather always had connections to tickets to any sport and there we were that night in a Loge box seat right above the Cubs batting circle.  Check out the crowd ofr an early July game.  Not an empty seat.  What a game.  What a pitcher.  RIP #41.

(Booooo Jimmy Qualls wherever you are)

 

 

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