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Maybe now people will finally wake up to the fact that Lindor has actually been good for the past 3.5 months. That was a huge win, need to pick up another 2-3 games over the next 2 weeks which is very doable
 
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Biggest AB of the season goes to a guy with a .327 OPS. Just about sums up how this season has gone. Just about every decision Rojas has to make is the wrong one
 
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I want Baez back and I hope the Mets do, too.
I feel like it has to happen from all sides, Baez has wanted to be playing next to Lindor for a few years and we can make that happen. And the Mets are going to want to justify giving up a top prospect for him after missing the playoffs
 

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I feel like it has to happen from all sides, Baez has wanted to be playing next to Lindor for a few years and we can make that happen. And the Mets are going to want to justify giving up a top prospect for him after missing the playoffs
And I think he adds value to Lindor, and vice versa. Ever since the thumbs down debacle Baez has been on fire, and I love that he has cut down on his strikeouts and increased his walks. Most of all I love that he is a joy to watch play.
 

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Btw, has no one else watched "Once Upon a Time in Queens" yet?

I loved it, as much as a time capsule as anything else. I was a student at UConn then and remember the 1986 playoffs very well.

Amazing how talented that team was (starting in 1984), despite the dysfunction and incredibly hard partying--especially drug use.
 
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Btw, has no one else watched "Once Upon a Time in Queens" yet?

I loved it, as much as a time capsule as anything else. I was a student at UConn then and remember the 1986 playoffs very well.

Amazing how talented that team was (starting in 1984), despite the dysfunction and incredibly hard partying--especially drug use.
I haven't seen it yet. I've read 6 books on that team and seen every other documentary about the team and the Doc/Straw stuff. I'd be pretty surprised if there was anything I didn't know or hadn't seen.
 
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