Thursday, April 30, 2009


Over at Cerrone points out a few interesting stats on the Mets:
  1. Mets are now 0–7 this season during games in which a win could have taken the series, completed a sweep or prevented a sweep.
  2. Mets had a lead in eight of their 12 losses. Meaning, if they just split the difference, the team could be 13–8.
  3. According to WFAN’s Boomer and Carton Show, the Mets have left 173 men on base in 23 games, or roughly seven per game.
  4. In an 11–month span from June 2007 through today, the Mets are 151-141. Take out a brief two month boost from new manager Jerry Manuel last season, and the Mets are 112-122.
Oh and David Wright is on pace for 200 strikeouts...

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