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Starbury4MVP 09-06-2006 09:21 PM

Who is better, Mets or Yankees.
 
Handle The Rock seems to think the Yankees are better than the Mets. That is obviously incorrect. Mets are superior. Who do you guys think is better.

mavsfan4zindagi 09-06-2006 09:27 PM

As of now, the Mets are better.

If both teams have everyone healthy, the Yanks are better.

VCDrivesAPorscheToWork 09-06-2006 09:27 PM

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Yankees are more complete 1-9 in the lineup.


the Mets pitching is good.


but the Yankees pitching is equally good.



the Mets are a few games up on the Yankees because they play in the JV league (National League)


it does not matter what record the Mets have, the Yankees will have home court over them thank to Trevor Hoffman.

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-06-2006 11:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VCDrivesAPorscheToWork
Yankees are more complete 1-9 in the lineup.


the Mets pitching is good.


but the Yankees pitching is equally good.



the Mets are a few games up on the Yankees because they play in the JV league (National League)


it does not matter what record the Mets have, the Yankees will have home court over them thank to Trevor Hoffman.


well said, matsui is getting healthy his first game in the AAA was today

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-06-2006 11:37 PM

Mets
Carlos Beltran- .286 average, 39 HR, 112 RBI, 16 stolen bases.
David Wright- .305 average, 24 HR, 106 RBI, 17 stolen bases
Carlos Delgado- .269 average, 35 HR, 98 RBI, 0 stolen bases
Jose Reyes- .297 average, 16 HR, 70 RBI, 56 stolen bases
Jose Valentin- .285 average, 14 HR, 52 RBI, 6 stolen bases


Pedro Martinez- 9-5, 3.84 ERA, 125 SO
John Maine- 5-3, 3.44 ERA, 51 SO
Tom Glavine- 12-6, 4.13 ERA, 108 SO


YANKEES

Jason Giambi- 36 HR, 106 RBI's, 2 Stolen Bases, OBP 412, SLG .569,AVG .251
Alex Rodriguez-31 HR's,104 RBI's, 12 Stolen Bases,OBP 380, SLG 515,AVG 283
Johnny Damon- 22 HR's, 75 RBI's, 24 Stolen Bases, OBP 370,SLG 509,AVG 299
Derek Jeter-12 HR's, 84 RBI's, 29 Stolen Bases, OBP 421, SLG 486, AVG 344
Jorge Posada- 17 HR's, 73 RBI's, 2 Stolen Bases, OBP P378, SLG 470, AVG 27
Bobby Abreu 12 HR's, 87 RBI's, 27 Stolen Bases, OBP 465, SLG 527, AVG 374
Robinson Cano- 9 HR, 56 RBI's, 4 Stolen Bases, OBP 363 SLG 494 AVG 338

Chien-Ming Wang Record- 16-5 ERA.3.69 Strikeouts 111
Randy Johnson Record- 16-10 ERA. 4.94 Strikeouts 145
Mike Mussina Record- 13-5 ERA. 3.61 Strikeouts 150


Reyes < Derek Jeter

Lo Duca < Jorge Posada

Beltran > Johnny Damon

Delgado < Jason Giambi

Wright < Alex Rodriguez

Green < Bobby Abreu

Floyd < Hideki Matsui

Valentin < Robinson Cano

Chavez/Pitcher < Yankees Pitching.. Check the stats

ANY DH YOU GOT < GARY SHEFFIELD

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-06-2006 11:39 PM

Jorge Posada slammed 2 HR's Today Both 3 Run Homers Having 6 RBI's Now he passed Tino Martinez with 194 HR's.

Congrats Jorge

Y2Gezee 09-07-2006 01:46 AM

Well the Yankees always have the most talent. But have they always won with it?

I don't think the Yankees play aswell together as the Mets.

I think the Mets pitching is superior. Wang I doubt performs that well in the postseason. And even if he does. The way Hernandez pitches in the postseason is a definate plus, I'd use him as a starter.
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And the Mets can match runs with the Yanks on any given day. The Mets have barely had anything to play for since like the allstar break, and they're still dominating and winning even with some injuries.

If they did meet in the World Series, I'd take the Mets.

hateraid 09-07-2006 04:00 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VCDrivesAPorscheToWork
Yankees are more complete 1-9 in the lineup.


the Mets pitching is good.


but the Yankees pitching is equally good.



the Mets are a few games up on the Yankees because they play in the JV league (National League)


it does not matter what record the Mets have, the Yankees will have home court over them thank to Trevor Hoffman.


I was just going to post that, luckily I read through.

ZHAKIDD532 09-07-2006 06:23 AM

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Originally Posted by HaNdLe ThE RoCk
Mets
Carlos Beltran- .286 average, 39 HR, 112 RBI, 16 stolen bases.
David Wright- .305 average, 24 HR, 106 RBI, 17 stolen bases
Carlos Delgado- .269 average, 35 HR, 98 RBI, 0 stolen bases
Jose Reyes- .297 average, 16 HR, 70 RBI, 56 stolen bases
Jose Valentin- .285 average, 14 HR, 52 RBI, 6 stolen bases


Pedro Martinez- 9-5, 3.84 ERA, 125 SO
John Maine- 5-3, 3.44 ERA, 51 SO
Tom Glavine- 12-6, 4.13 ERA, 108 SO


YANKEES

Jason Giambi- 36 HR, 106 RBI's, 2 Stolen Bases, OBP 412, SLG .569,AVG .251
Alex Rodriguez-31 HR's,104 RBI's, 12 Stolen Bases,OBP 380, SLG 515,AVG 283
Johnny Damon- 22 HR's, 75 RBI's, 24 Stolen Bases, OBP 370,SLG 509,AVG 299
Derek Jeter-12 HR's, 84 RBI's, 29 Stolen Bases, OBP 421, SLG 486, AVG 344
Jorge Posada- 17 HR's, 73 RBI's, 2 Stolen Bases, OBP P378, SLG 470, AVG 27
Bobby Abreu 12 HR's, 87 RBI's, 27 Stolen Bases, OBP 465, SLG 527, AVG 374
Robinson Cano- 9 HR, 56 RBI's, 4 Stolen Bases, OBP 363 SLG 494 AVG 338

Chien-Ming Wang Record- 16-5 ERA.3.69 Strikeouts 111
Randy Johnson Record- 16-10 ERA. 4.94 Strikeouts 145
Mike Mussina Record- 13-5 ERA. 3.61 Strikeouts 150


Reyes < Derek Jeter

Lo Duca < Jorge Posada

Beltran > Johnny Damon

Delgado < Jason Giambi

Wright < Alex Rodriguez

Green < Bobby Abreu

Floyd < Hideki Matsui

Valentin < Robinson Cano

Chavez/Pitcher < Yankees Pitching.. Check the stats

ANY DH YOU GOT < GARY SHEFFIELD


you're just being biased. Almost all of the positions have comprable stats.

Reyes basically the same as Derek Jeter

Lo Duca > Jorge Posada-been hitting like .400 since the all-star break

Beltran > Johnny Damon-not even close

Delgado basically the same as Jason Giambi

Wright basically the same as Alex Rodriguez

Green < Bobby Abreu

Floyd < Hideki Matsui

Valentin < Robinson Cano

Starting pitching when healthy is basically equal

The bullpen of the Mets, aside from Rivera>Wagner, is vastly superior to the Yanks, not even close...

The Mets build a team with good under the radar signings and trades. Of course they have their share of big names, but the bulk of the team is quality signings...

Chad Bradford
Duaner Sanchez
Endy Chavez
Jose Valentin
Roberto Hernandez
Guillermo Mota
Pedro Felicano
Dave Williams
El Duque
Darren Oliver
John Maine

this is how you build a team. The Yanks just buy all big names, pay them as much as they can and throw them at a wall and hope they stick....

METS>Yanks

ZHAKIDD532 09-07-2006 06:24 AM

doubled post

ZHAKIDD532 09-07-2006 06:24 AM

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04mzwach 09-07-2006 06:43 AM

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Originally Posted by ZHAKIDD532
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so that's why you have over 700 posts...anyway...
The Yankees will always be a better team, they spend a lot of money and Derek Jeter is the man. Put a lot of homerun hitters behind this guy on any team and he will make a team a hell of a lot better. Once Matsui comes back, that's going to make them even more potent and the Chef hits homeruns I guess...who cares if he comes back even though he's that kind of rough neck dude that gives the Yankees a little bit of an edge...probably equals more wins...yeah...now I'm waiting for the Yankees to steal Liriano and Santana from my Twins and all of the Major Leagues can go cry because they probably end up with the best season record of all time.

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-07-2006 08:34 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Y2Gezee
Well the Yankees always have the most talent. But have they always won with it?

I don't think the Yankees play aswell together as the Mets.

I think the Mets pitching is superior. Wang I doubt performs that well in the postseason. And even if he does. The way Hernandez pitches in the postseason is a definate plus, I'd use him as a starter.
s
And the Mets can match runs with the Yanks on any given day. The Mets have barely had anything to play for since like the allstar break, and they're still dominating and winning even with some injuries.

If they did meet in the World Series, I'd take the Mets.


your a met fan, or you just like them because your saying everything a met fan would say..

Wang wouldnt pitch good in the post season? Explain why he has 16 wins.. all the sudden hernandez is superior? He doesn't impress me, that's why hes bouncin around the league. Mets players play better together? they are in the NL of course they are going to win, come to the AL mets wouldnt win that many games

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-07-2006 08:40 AM

[IMG]Starting pitching when healthy is basically equal[/IMG]
are you joking? did i just put my top 3 pitchers against your top 3 and your top 3 get smoked by the record? they double some of your pitchers record..im sorry to say this but mets pitching is nothing near the yankees..

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Delgado basically the same as Jason Giambi
He's not basically better then jason giambi, giambi leads in HR'S and RBI'S and Doubles. He hits the ball better and is a better fielder then delgado, dont get over yourself man it's okay..

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Lo Duca > Jorge Posada-been hitting like .400 since the all-star break

once again, take it to the stats, lo duca got in the allstar game in the NL, posada would be an allstar if in NL, not to mention 2 three run homers last night was impressive

Posada > Lo Duca, please dont compare

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Reyes basically the same as Derek Jeter


you are the biggest met homer in the world if you believe this..jeter being compared to reyes now? when jeter could win AL mvp? stop getting ahead of yourself homer.

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Wright basically the same as Alex Rodriguez


now your making me laugh, look at the HR'S and RBI'S AROD is the better player, im sorry to tell you met homers but you will not win a world series

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METS>Yanks

don't get it twisted, mets are good but will never compare to the yanks

HaNdLe ThE RoCk 09-07-2006 08:41 AM

Randy Johnson, Mike Mussina and Wang = 16 Wins

Pedro Martinez- 9 John Maine- 5 Tom Glavine- 12

Let's get Serious..


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