Oct 17

Taking care of business ….

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- I received an email this week from a faithful reader requesting features. A great idea, and starting next week you’ll see something along those lines.

-This week I posted two commentaries. And, you’ll be seeing more of those, also.

-At the upper left corner there’s a sidebar “Popular Post.” It lists the threads with the most comments. Feel free to go back in time. If something jumps out at you, comment under the latest “Loose Threads.”

-I am not a tech genius by any stretch. I’ve started adding some links and you’ll see that segment gradually growing. If there are any links, either Mets or baseball, let me know.

As always, thanks.-JD

Oct 15

Responding to some comments

Ramirez: He had to go.

Ramirez: He had to go.

Sorry … a little late today in responding to your comments from last night after I logged off.

1. chucky (about Manny Ramirez): I understand what you’re saying about burying grudges for the good of the team. But, I disagree that placating Ramirez would have been the way to go. I thought the Red Sox made the right decision to get rid of him. Even if it means not getting to the World Series (of course, we don’t know that, yet).

2. Jim (on dealing Delgado to Minnesota): The Twins might need a DH/1B type, but I don’t see them trading a top prospect in the offseason for Delgado, who has these red flags: salary, injury history, age and the question of whether his second half was a fluke.

3. Steve (The Original) (on Phillie fans at Citi Field): Tickets will be a premium next year at Citi Field. Plus, there are fewer of them to go around. If I had season tickets, I would sell my Yankee and Phillie tickets to pay for the whole package. I’m sure I’m not the only one with those capitalist leanings.-JD

Oct 01

Please subscribe to us …. at no cost.

Please go to the right of this post and click on Subscribe to Feed. That will keep you up to date on new posts, and let you know when we’ll do another Mets Chat Room. Also, I’m trying to find a way where new posts can be automatically sent to your email address.

If this is possible, and you’re interested, let me know.

Thanks.-JD

Sep 21

Mets Chat Room: Maybe a closet?

Not much of a room today. You heard we were down. I made a prediction prior to the Braves series that David Wright would break out of it. Well, he homered today. I think he’ll be fine.

Any, for those who dropped by, thanks and feel free to post whatever is on your mind. We’ll be up and running for the Cubs’ series. Sorry again.-JD

Sep 14

Mets Chat Room: Wrapping up the Braves Edition.

Sorry for the late post. The boys try to wrap up their series on an up note this afternoon against the Braves. Damn that split yesterday. They let the Santana game get away. The sweep would have been sweet, but they came back strong which was a real positive sign. Losing like that, then coming back with a rookie, could have made for an ugly day.

A couple of notes:

-Damion Easley aggravated his right quad yesterday and underwent a MRI. We should know the results during the game. It doesn’t look like he’ll be available for the first couple of days of the Washington series.

-Look for Brandon Knight to start Wednesday in Washington.

Here is the Met lineup:

SS Jose Reyes
LF Daniel Murphy
3B David Wright
1B Carlos Delgado
CF Carlos Beltran
RF Ryan Church
2B Luis Castillo
C Brian Schneider
LH Oliver Perez

Looking forward to talking with you throughout the game.-JD