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  • Who are the Mets Rivals?

    Hello Mets Fans,

    With the help of message board members beginning in 2014, we—the students and professors of the Know Rivalry Project—began studying rivalry in the MLB. Please help us update and expand our results to ensure that the New York Mets are included by taking 9 minutes to complete our newest survey:

    https://umassamherst.co1.qualtrics.c...dir&grpID=1368

    Our previous results have been featured in numerous sports media outlets, as well as the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. You can view those results, links to media coverage, and learn more about us at our KnowRivalry.com website BUT we'd prefer you didn't until you completed the survey via the link above... we don't want to influence your opinions provided in the survey.

    We use the Qualtrics online survey software for data collection. This academic research has been approved by two US universities' Institutional Review Boards (IRB) and it poses no risks to respondents. You'll find more information on the disclosure agreement that is required to start the survey. Thank you for helping us to include the New York Mets by participating and please feel free to share this with any other fans that may also help.

    Jonah, Student Researcher, Northern Kentucky University
    Dr. Joe Cobbs, Northern Kentucky University
    Dr. David Tyler, University of Massachusetts—Amherst

  • #2
    Fans don't bother much with rivalries, when their team's not competitive. Every decade or so, the Mets have been competitive for a few minutes. A rivalry is then contrived with whoever else is good at that time. But unless some other team is a dynasty, they'll no longer be strong when the stars next align for the Mets, so the "rivalry" isn't sustained.

    You're welcome.



    "The Fightin' Met With Two Heads" - Mike Tyson/Ray Knight!

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    • #3
      In the 80's the Mets and Cardinals were huge rivals and in the late 90's it was the Braves although the Braves seemed to get the better of them.

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      • #4
        The survey is interesting. Hopefully they’ll get a decent amount of responses.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by sportprof101 View Post
          Hello Mets Fans,

          With the help of message board members beginning in 2014, we—the students and professors of the Know Rivalry Project—began studying rivalry in the MLB. Please help us update and expand our results to ensure that the New York Mets are included by taking 9 minutes to complete our newest survey:

          https://umassamherst.co1.qualtrics.c...dir&grpID=1368

          Our previous results have been featured in numerous sports media outlets, as well as the Wall Street Journal and New York Times. You can view those results, links to media coverage, and learn more about us at our KnowRivalry.com website BUT we'd prefer you didn't until you completed the survey via the link above... we don't want to influence your opinions provided in the survey.

          We use the Qualtrics online survey software for data collection. This academic research has been approved by two US universities' Institutional Review Boards (IRB) and it poses no risks to respondents. You'll find more information on the disclosure agreement that is required to start the survey. Thank you for helping us to include the New York Mets by participating and please feel free to share this with any other fans that may also help.

          Jonah, Student Researcher, Northern Kentucky University
          Dr. Joe Cobbs, Northern Kentucky University
          Dr. David Tyler, University of Massachusetts—Amherst
          I congratulate you, and sincerely applaud your efforts and sentiments.

          As to your original question:

          http://mcubed.net/mlb/nym/series1.shtml

          https://www.ultimatemets.com/wl.php

          Hope this helps!!

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