Over-Reyes A Yankee?

Joel Sherman in the Post throws it out there that in 2011 the Yankees will need a SS, and maybe a certain SS from New York makes sense.
Over-reyes has been built up to be a superstar. He’s not. Sure he hit hit .300 in 2006….but maybe these numbers are the “real” Reyes:

2008: .267

2007: .280

2005: .273

2003: .269 in AAA in 42 games

Maybe he’s just going to be a .280 hitter with some speed. He has a .331 OBP for his career. Jeter is .388 in 15 seasons. Jimmy Rollins is .332. Rafael Furcal is .352

Is he “good” – sure. Superstar, no. Overrated – you tell me.


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No Nay Never

Lester’s no-hitter with the Red Sox last night is certainly a great feel-good story, but I can’t help but get frustarted and angry when I see another team get yet another no-hitter. In 46 years seasons Mets pitchers have yet to throw a no-hitter. For a team that a) has had a pretty good history in developing young arms, and b) plays in a pitchers park, this is amazing.

It gets worse. Seven pitchers who threw for the Mets had no-hitters after the Mets traded them away: of course Nolan Ryan (7), but also Tom Seaver (a year and a day after the Monday Massacre), Mike Scott (to clinch the NL West in 1986), Dwight Gooden (with the Yankees), David Cone (perfect with the Yankees), and Hideo Nomo (who threw one before and after being with the Mets). Ok, so Nomo was never really a Met – but that still leaves six that have tossed a no-no.

And as long as we’re feeling frustrated, throughout their history Mets picthers have tossed 30 one-hitters – including 5 from Tom Seaver (one a perfect game through 8.2), 3 from David Cone, and 2 each from Gary Gentry, Jon Matlack, and Terry Leach.

The Mets lack of success in tossing a no-hitter was probably best expressed by Mets play-by-play man Gary Cohen. During a John Maine start in 2007, Ron Darling said that he had “no-hit stuff.” Cohen replied by saying, “no he doesn’t, he’s a Met.”


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>Willie's Comments In The Record

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Willie won’t make it through the year.

His comments in The Record suggest that he thinks that the Mets owned SNY network is operating a conspiracy to make him look bad.

That’s pretty paranoid.

As for his other observation, let me tell you kiddies about a man named Bud Harrelson.

Buddy was one of the most loved Mets of all time. Bud was a middle infielder, much like Willie.

One day Buddy was asked to manage the New York Mets, a team he had played for. He said yes. He replaced Davey Johnson who had been to the World Series once, much like Bobby V, but management felt it was time for a change.

In 1990 Buddy managed a pretty good team to a 2nd place finish. Disappointing. but the fans were hopeful about the upcoming season

That next season the Mets were not playing well and the fans booed and booed and booed, and poor Buddy got tortured by WFAN. Eventually Buddy stopped going out to the mound. He didn’t make it to game 162.

Now it’s 2008 and it was hard for me to even find a picture of this once beloved Met for this post.

So Willie, please reflect on what you said and please give the fans a little more credit.

Willie Randolph Wonders if Race Is Contributing to the Rumors
AOL SPORTS, NY – 8 hours ago
Randolph had avoided taking the bait to offer his own opinion until before Sunday night’s game. Ian O’Connor of the Bergen Record spoke to him and reports


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Willie’s Comments In The Record


Willie won’t make it through the year.

His comments in The Record suggest that he thinks that the Mets owned SNY network is operating a conspiracy to make him look bad.

That’s pretty paranoid.

As for his other observation, let me tell you kiddies about a man named Bud Harrelson.

Buddy was one of the most loved Mets of all time. Bud was a middle infielder, much like Willie.

One day Buddy was asked to manage the New York Mets, a team he had played for. He said yes. He replaced Davey Johnson who had been to the World Series once, much like Bobby V, but management felt it was time for a change.

In 1990 Buddy managed a pretty good team to a 2nd place finish. Disappointing. but the fans were hopeful about the upcoming season

That next season the Mets were not playing well and the fans booed and booed and booed, and poor Buddy got tortured by WFAN. Eventually Buddy stopped going out to the mound. He didn’t make it to game 162.

Now it’s 2008 and it was hard for me to even find a picture of this once beloved Met for this post.

So Willie, please reflect on what you said and please give the fans a little more credit.

Willie Randolph Wonders if Race Is Contributing to the Rumors
AOL SPORTS, NY – 8 hours ago
Randolph had avoided taking the bait to offer his own opinion until before Sunday night’s game. Ian O’Connor of the Bergen Record spoke to him and reports


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