Sunday, September 13, 2015

More Record Breakers! LGM!

These are to be added to the Record Breakers.
I can't keep up with what's going on.
I think I've been suffering some kind of shock since the second game against the Nats. Everything that's happening is so unbelievably amazin'.


What an incredible performance by the BIG GUY. The old record for old guys throwing 0's was held by both Cy Young (1909) and Warren Spahn (1963).

Cespedes: This guy is the reason I think I'm in shock because every time I look up he's smackin' a homer. The old Metropolitan record for HR's during a large span was held by both Gary Carter and Darryl Strawberry when they bashed 15 in 29 games.


This card has a good chance to become updated. Cespedes has homered 8 times in the last 11 days. Since being acquired on July 31st Yoenis is batting .310 with 16 long balls, 41 RBIs in 39 games. Trade of the freakin' century!

> The Mets have won 6 in a row and own a 9½ game lead in the National League East. There are 20 games left to play.

> New York has 14 comeback wins since August 1st (leads the majors).

> The Mets, who were pretty horrible on the road early on, are 25-11 since July 1st (best in the majors during that span)

> Juan Uribe has 18 RBI in 36 Games as a Met.

> Jeurys Familia has 40 saves in 45 chances.

> Daniel Murphy passed Jose Reyes on the Mets career doubles list with his 2 doubles last night. He is third in Mets history with 223. He needs 3 more doubles to pass Ed Kranepool for second. David Wright is first with 376.




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