Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Our Mets Hall of Fame Membership and Statistics

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Our Mets Hall of Fame Membership and Statistics

    Our Mets Hall of Fame Membership:

    Code:
    
    Player:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Tommie Agee             2                           80.00                   8th election 
    Edgardo Alfonzo         1                           80.00                   34th election
    Wally Backman           2                           85.71                   20th election
    Carlos Beltran          1                           88.89                   44th election
    Ken Boswell             1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Old-Timers election
    Hubie Brooks            3 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Gary Carter             1                           92.31                   24th election 
    Endy Chavez             3                           75.00                   47th election
    Donn Clendenon          14                          85.71                   20th election
    David Cone              2                           87.50                   27th election
    Roger Craig             6 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Ron Darling             2                           84.62                   23rd election
    Carlos Delgado          3                           87.50                   47th election
    R.A. Dickey             7                           100.00                  61st election 
    Lenny Dykstra           12                          80.00                   35th election
    Pedro Feliciano         11                          75.00                   48th election   
    Sid Fernandez           1                           84.62                   23rd election 
    Cliff Floyd             1  (VC)                     80.00                   9th VC election
    Doug Flynn              1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Mid-Era Mets election
    John Franco             5                           81.82                   33rd election
    Wayne Garrett           1 (SVC)                     100.00                  Old-Timers election
    Gary Gentry             1 (SVC)                     83.33                   Old-Timers election
    Tom Glavine             10                          83.33                   51st election
    Dwight Gooden           1                           100.00                  23rd election
    Jerry Grote             1                           100.00                  5th election
    Bud Harrelson           1                           100.00                  4th election
    Keith Hernandez         1                           100.00                  22nd election
    Gil Hodges              1                           77.78                   1st election
    Ron Hodges              9 (VC)                      80.00                   9th VC election
    Todd Hundley            1 (VC)                      85.71                   6th VC election
    Ron Hunt                11                          77.78                   12th election
    Al Jackson              7 (VC)                      75.00                   7th VC election
    Howard Johnson          1                           84.62                   24th election
    Cleon Jones             1                           100.00                  2nd election
    Bobby J. Jones          7                           85.71                   38th election
    Dave Kingman            2                           81.25                   15th election
    Ray Knight              6                           75.00                   28th election
    Jerry Koosman           1                           100.00                  6th election
    Ed Kranepool            1                           88.89                   1st election
    Terry Leach             5 (VC)                      85.71                   8th VC election
    Al Leiter               2                           85.71                   38th election
    Skip Lockwood           7                           85.71                   20th election
    Dave Magadan            6 (VC)                      83.33                   10th VC election 
    Jon Matlack             1                           81.82                   10th election
    Lee Mazzilli            1                           75.00                   15th election
    Roger McDowell          11                          80.00                   34th election
    Tug McGraw              1                           90.00                   4th election
    Kevin McReynolds        2 (VC)                      75.00                   7th VC election
    Felix Millan            1                           77.78                   12th election
    John Milner             2 (VC)                      100.00                  2nd VC election
    Daniel Murphy           1 (VC)                      83.33                   10th VC election 
    Jon Niese               7                           75.00                   63rd election
    Bob Ojeda               1 (VC)                      100.00                  5th VC election
    John Olerud             1                           75.00                   36th election
    Rey Ordonez             5                           75.00                   40th election
    Jesse Orosco            2                           77.78                   19th election
    Mike Piazza             1                           91.67                   37th election 
    Rick Reed               4                           75.00                   40th election
    Jose Reyes              1                           100.00                  42nd election
    Johan Santana           3                           75.00                   49th election
    Tom Seaver              1                           91.67                   6th election
    Rusty Staub             1                           85.71                   11th election
    John Stearns            3                           83.33                   16th election
    Darryl Strawberry       1                           90.00                   22nd election
    Craig Swan              1 (VC)                      83.33                   3rd VC election
    Ron Swoboda             10                          75.00                   13th election
    Ron Taylor              1 (SVC)                    83.33                    Old-Timers election
    Marv Throneberry        3 (VC)                      83.33                   3rd VC election
    Robin Ventura           1                           85.71                   38th election
    Billy Wagner            6                           75.00                   50th election
    Turk Wendell            4                           75.00                   40th election
    Mookie Wilson           1                           88.89                   19th election
    David Wright            1                           100.00                  43rd election
    
    *SVC = Special Veterans Committee election.
    
    
    Manager:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Yogi Berra               5                           88.89                   5th Mgr. election
    Terry Collins            3                           80.00                   10th Mgr. election
    Gil Hodges               1                           90.00                   1st Mgr. election
    Davey Johnson            1                           100.00                  1st Mgr. election
    Willie Randolph          8                           75.00                   8th Mgr. election
    Casey Stengel            4                           87.50                   4th Mgr. election 
    Bobby Valentine          2                           100.00                  2nd Mgr. election
    
    Coach:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Yogi Berra             2                           90.00                   2nd Coaches election
    Harvey Haddix          10                          85.71                   10th Coaches Election
    Bud Harrelson          2                           75.00                   4th Coaches election       
    Whitey Herzog          6                           75.00                   6th Coaches election 
    Vern Hoscheit          11                          83.33                   14th Coaches election
    Al Jackson             7                           77.78                   12th Coaches election
    Roy McMillan           13                          83.33                   14th Coaches election
    Joe Pignatano          1                           90.00                   1st Coaches election
    Bill Robinson          1                           87.50                   3rd Coaches election
    Mel Stottlemyre        1                           87.50                   3rd Coaches election
    Rube Walker            2                           90.00                   2nd Coaches election
    Bobby Valentine        4                           87.50                   6th Coaches election
    Mookie Wilson          3                           75.00                   6th Coaches election
    Eddie Yost             3                           75.00                   3rd Coaches election
    
    Executive:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Frank Cashen              1                            100.00                  1st Executives election
    Bing Devine               3                            100.00                  3rd Executives election
    Nelson Doubleday          1                            77.78                   2nd Executives election
    Whitey Herzog             1                            88.89                   2nd Executives election
    Jay Horwitz               5                            75.00                   10th Executives election
    Joe McDonald              11                           83.33                   11th Executives election                      
    Joe McIlvaine             3                            75.00                   3rd Executives election
    Robert Moses              9                            75.00                   10th Executives election
    Johnny Murphy             1                            75.00                   1st Executives election
    Joan Whitney Payson       1                            77.78                   2nd Executives election
    Arthur Richman            8                            83.33                   11th Executives election
    Bill Shea                 1                            100.00                  2nd Executives election
    
    Announcer:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:
    
    Gary Cohen                1                             91.67                   1st Announcers election
    Ron Darling               6                             75.00                   6th Announcers election
    Keith Hernandez           4                             80.00                   4th Announcers election
    Ralph Kiner               1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Tim McCarver              4                             77.77                   5th Announcers election
    Bob Murphy                1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Lindsey Nelson            1                             100.00                  2nd Announcers election
    Howie Rose                1                             100.00                  3rd Announcers election
    
    Contributor:          Times on ballot:          Election percentage:           When inducted:    
    
    Karl Ehrhardt             2                             87.50                    2nd Contributors election
    Pete Flynn                2                             87.50                    2nd Contributors election
    Jane Jarvis               1                             78.57                    1st Contributors election   
    Mr. Met                   3                             83.33                    3rd Contributors election
    Bill Webb                 2                             100.00                   3rd Contributors election
    Statistics:

    Code:
    Number of voters in each election:
    
    Election 1: 18
    Election 2: 8
    Election 3: 9
    Election 4: 10
    Election 5: 9
    Election 6: 12
    Election 7: 10
    Election 8: 10
    Election 9: 10
    Election 10: 11
    Election 11: 14
    Election 12: 9
    Election 13: 8
    Election 14: 15
    Election 15: 16
    Election 16: 12
    Election 17: 14
    Election 18: 18
    Election 19: 9 (5 DQed)
    Election 20: 7
    Election 21: 8
    Election 22: 10
    Election 23: 13
    Election 24: 13
    Election 25: 11
    Election 26: 13 (1 DQed)
    Election 27: 16
    Election 28: 12
    Election 29: 7
    Election 30: 11 (1 DQed)
    Election 31: 8
    Election 32: 10
    Election 33: 11 (1 DQed)
    Election 34: 10
    Election 35: 10
    Election 36: 12
    Election 37: 12
    Election 38: 7 (1 DQed)
    Election 39: 8
    Election 40: 8 (1 DQed)
    Election 41: 7 (3 DQed)
    Election 42: 8
    Election 43: 9 (2 DQed)
    Election 44: 9 (1 DQed)
    Election 45: 7
    Election 46: 7 (1 DQed)
    Election 47: 8
    Election 48: 8 
    Election 49: 8
    Election 50: 8
    Election 51: 6
    Election 52: 8
    Election 53: 8
    Election 54: 6 (2 DQed)
    Election 55: 7
    Election 56: 8
    Election 57: 8 (2 DQed)
    Election 58: 5
    Election 59: 6 (1 DQed)
    Election 60: 9
    Election 61: 6
    Election 62: 5
    Election 63: 4
    
    Manager election 1: 10
    Manager election 2: 11
    Manager election 3: 8
    Manager election 4: 8 (1 DQed)
    Manager election 5: 9 (2 DQed)
    Manager election 6: 8 (1 DQed)
    Manager election 7: 5 (2 DQed)
    Manager election 8: 4 (2 DQed)
    Manager election 9: 4 (2 DQed)
    
    Coaches election 1: 10 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 2: 10
    Coaches election 3: 8
    Coaches election 4: 8
    Coaches election 5: 6
    Coaches election 6: 8
    Coaches election 7: 7 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 8: 7
    Coaches election 9: 8
    Coaches election 10: 7
    Coaches election 11: 7
    Coaches election 12: 9 (2 DQed)
    Coaches election 13: 7 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 14: 6 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 15: 8 (1 DQed)
    Coaches election 16: 8
    Coaches election 17: 8
    Coaches election 18: 7
    Coaches election 19: 8
    Coaches election 20: 6
    Coaches election 21: 7
    
    Executives election 1: 12
    Executives election 2: 9
    Executives election 3: 9
    Executives election 4: 5
    Executives election 5: 6
    Executives election 6: 7
    Executives election 7: 8
    Executives election 8: 8
    Executives election 9: 7
    Executives election 10: 4
    Executives election 11: 6
    
    Announcers election 1: 12
    Announcers election 2: 9
    Announcers election 3: 7 (1 DQed)
    Announcers election 4: 12
    Announcers election 5: 9
    Announcers election 6: 8
    Announcers election 7: 4
    Announcers election 8: 4
    
    Contributors election 1: 14
    Contributors election 2: 8
    Contributors election 3: 6
    Hall of Fame Stats

    # of players in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 73
    # of players elected by regular election: 54
    # of players elected by Veteran's Committee: 19
    # of managers in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 7
    # of coaches in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 14
    # of executives in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 12
    # of announcers in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 7
    # of contributors in Our Mets Hall of Fame: 5
    Avg. # of players elected during each regular election: 0.86
    Avg. # of players elected during each Veteran's Committee election: 1.90
    Avg. # of managers elected during each election: 0.70
    Avg. # of coaches elected during each election: 0.70
    Avg. # of executives elected during each election: 1.09
    Avg. # of announcers elected during each election: 0.88
    Avg. # of contributors elected during each election: 1.67

    Players Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of games played)


    1960s (7): Roger Craig, Gil Hodges, Ron Hunt, Al Jackson, Ron Swoboda, Ron Taylor, Marv Throneberry
    1970s (21): Tommie Agee, Ken Boswell, Donn Clendenon, Doug Flynn, Wayne Garrett, Gary Gentry, Jerry Grote, Bud Harrelson, Ron Hodges, Cleon Jones, Jerry Koosman, Ed Kranepool, Skip Lockwood, Jon Matlack, Tug McGraw, Felix Millan, John Milner, Tom Seaver, Rusty Staub, John Stearns, Craig Swan
    1980s (19): Wally Backman, Hubie Brooks, Gary Carter, Ron Darling, Lenny Dykstra, Sid Fernandez, Dwight Gooden, Keith Hernandez, Howard Johnson, Dave Kingman, Ray Knight, Terry Leach, Lee Mazzilli, Roger McDowell, Kevin McReynolds, Bob Ojeda, Jesse Orosco, Darryl Strawberry, Mookie Wilson
    1990s (10): Edgardo Alfonzo, David Cone, John Franco, Todd Hundley, Bobby J. Jones, Dave Magadan, John Olerud, Rey Ordonez, Rick Reed, Turk Wendell
    2000s (14): Carlos Beltran, Endy Chavez, Carlos Delgado, R.A. Dickey, Pedro Feliciano, Cliff Floyd, Tom Glavine, Al Leiter, Mike Piazza, Jose Reyes, Johan Santana, Robin Ventura, Billy Wagner, David Wright
    2010s (2): Daniel Murphy, Jon Niese

    Managers Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of games managed)

    1960s (2): Gil Hodges, Casey Stengel
    1970s (1): Yogi Berra
    1980s (1): Davey Johnson
    1990s (1): Bobby Valentine
    2000s (1): Willie Randolph
    2010s (1): Terry Collins

    Coaches Elected by Primary Decade (in terms of most years in decade with team)

    1960s (3): Yogi Berra, Harvey Haddix, Whitey Herzog
    1970s (4): Roy McMillan, Joe Pignatano, Rube Walker, Eddie Yost
    1980s (5): Bud Harrelson, Vern Hoscheit, Bill Robinson, Mel Stottlemyre, Bobby Valentine
    1990s (2): Al Jackson, Mookie Wilson
    2000s (0):
    Last edited by Cowtipper; 05-22-2016, 12:12 PM.

  • #2
    What kind of Hall of Fame is this? Is this the joke version?

    Carlos Beltran, Billy Wagner, Dave Kingman, Bobby Jones, Endy Chavez, Turk Wendell (WHAT???), Pedro Feliciano, and Todd Hundley are in?

    And though Ventura, Ordonez, Olerud, and Floyd are my favorites, even I must admit that they are not Hall of Fame worthy. They didn't spend enough time with us.

    How did you come up with this? Did the people on this site vote for these players?

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by redban View Post
      What kind of Hall of Fame is this? Is this the joke version?

      Carlos Beltran, Billy Wagner, Dave Kingman, Bobby Jones, Endy Chavez, Turk Wendell (WHAT???), Pedro Feliciano, and Todd Hundley are in?

      And though Ventura, Ordonez, Olerud, and Floyd are my favorites, even I must admit that they are not Hall of Fame worthy. They didn't spend enough time with us.

      How did you come up with this? Did the people on this site vote for these players?
      follow the earliest thread for the psychology of the project it's too convoluted to explain.

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by redban View Post
        What kind of Hall of Fame is this? Is this the joke version?

        Carlos Beltran, Billy Wagner, Dave Kingman, Bobby Jones, Endy Chavez, Turk Wendell (WHAT???), Pedro Feliciano, and Todd Hundley are in?

        And though Ventura, Ordonez, Olerud, and Floyd are my favorites, even I must admit that they are not Hall of Fame worthy. They didn't spend enough time with us.

        How did you come up with this? Did the people on this site vote for these players?
        How can you be so critical and dismissive of something you know absolutely nothing about nor have ever participated in?
        "And their chances of getting back into this ballgame are growing dimmer by the batter."


        Put it in the books.

        Comment


        • #5
          No need to worry, Cowtipper. In the end, once the totals and tallies have been updated through the project's final ballot, this entire conversation will be wiped, with the thread locked and archived.
          "And their chances of getting back into this ballgame are growing dimmer by the batter."


          Put it in the books.

          Comment


          • #6
            Originally posted by milladrive View Post
            No need to worry, Cowtipper. In the end, once the totals and tallies have been updated through the project's final ballot, this entire conversation will be wiped, with the thread locked and archived.
            No problem. Thanks!

            Comment


            • #7
              Originally posted by milladrive View Post
              How can you be so critical and dismissive of something you know absolutely nothing about nor have ever participated in?
              Turk Wendell is in this "Hall of Fame" bro... please explain why.

              I can understand Leiter, Reed, and Franco being in (though they are a little iffy), but Turk Wendell?

              Are you going to put in Pat Mahomes next? Jason Isringhausen? Greg Jeffries? Bernand Gilkey? Jae Seo?

              Comment


              • #8
                Bumping for the moment.
                "And their chances of getting back into this ballgame are growing dimmer by the batter."


                Put it in the books.

                Comment


                • #9
                  Personally I love this project - it reflects the virtual idea of Met fandom, especially for people of a certain age who've been there at Shea or in front on Channel 9 since the earlier days....it's great all around, and have enjoyed voting.
                  Cleon Jones catches a deep fly ball in F. Scott Fitzgerald's Valley of the Ashes, and a second-grader smiles in front of the black and white television.

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by redban View Post
                    What kind of Hall of Fame is this? Is this the joke version?

                    Carlos Beltran, Billy Wagner, Dave Kingman, Bobby Jones, Endy Chavez, Turk Wendell (WHAT???), Pedro Feliciano, and Todd Hundley are in?

                    And though Ventura, Ordonez, Olerud, and Floyd are my favorites, even I must admit that they are not Hall of Fame worthy. They didn't spend enough time with us.

                    How did you come up with this? Did the people on this site vote for these players?
                    I think your missing the point. Although I am not 100% sure if I get the whole point, but to me its more of a look back at the team through the years. It has as much to do with being a character than being a good player...hence Turk Wendell.

                    Does the list mean the player are HOF worthy? Well of course not, but it provides pretty good look back at the team history. Its not a great history, but its a history.

                    For instance lets take Dave Kingman. The guy had one asset and one asset only. He could hit the ball a mile, and when he got hot it was ridiculous. The rest of the time he stunk at the plate and in the field, but the guys in our age group remember him fondly.
                    We do this probably more because we were kids more at that time more than anything else.

                    There is a famous quote...by who I dont remember but it goes like this:

                    "When a man returns to his childhood town, he finds it was childhood he misses not the town".

                    I think the Mets HOF makes that quote applicable. For me anyway.

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Paulypal View Post
                      I think your missing the point. Although I am not 100% sure if I get the whole point, but to me its more of a look back at the team through the years. It has as much to do with being a character than being a good player...hence Turk Wendell.

                      Does the list mean the player are HOF worthy? Well of course not, but it provides pretty good look back at the team history. Its not a great history, but its a history.

                      For instance lets take Dave Kingman. The guy had one asset and one asset only. He could hit the ball a mile, and when he got hot it was ridiculous. The rest of the time he stunk at the plate and in the field, but the guys in our age group remember him fondly.
                      We do this probably more because we were kids more at that time more than anything else.

                      There is a famous quote...by who I dont remember but it goes like this:

                      "When a man returns to his childhood town, he finds it was childhood he misses not the town".

                      I think the Mets HOF makes that quote applicable. For me anyway.
                      Paulypal,Everything you said I couldn't have said better myself.I do look at it as more of a look back of the team through the
                      years.And Dave Kingman is a perfect example of someone I remember with good memories because we were kids more at that
                      time more than anything else.We remember the moonshot home runs in the parking lot and that's the memories we wanted to
                      remember.I mentioned in the Old Games thread on Monday May 25,1981,Memorial Day,it was a day game,the Mets beat the
                      Phillies who were coming off being world champions the year before 13-3 at Shea.I watched the game at milladrive's house
                      along with three other friends of ours as we were 17 year old kids going to Hicksville High School at the time and we were off
                      because it was Memorial Day.Kingman hit a grand slam in the bottom of the second to take a 8-0 lead.When Kingman hit that
                      grand slam it was a massive celebration in the milladrive house that day between milladrive and I and three of our friends.
                      I never heard such loud yelling and screaming and cheering at that time.So when I think of Kingman this grand slam home run
                      is on the top of my list along with like I said the moonshot home runs in the parking lot and that's the memories we wanted to
                      remember.

                      When it comes to Mets memories as a kid and childhood memories in general we tend to cherry pick the memories only wanting
                      to remember the good ones and not the bad or at least I do.It's like something out of a Twilight Zone episode when you ask to
                      relive your childhood memories and the first memory you get to relive is a bad one and you wanna yell:"No,I don't want to relive
                      that memory,I want to relive this memory.There was actually a Twilight Zone episode from the first season called "Walking
                      Distance" with Gig Young that hit perfectly the quote you said that "when a man returns to his childhood town he finds it was
                      childhood he misses not the town."That episode was right on the mark with that quote.

                      Btw,that was a great quote.I was curious to find out who said it but I can't seem to find out who said it on the internet.

                      I think the Mets HOF makes that quote applicable for me as well.

                      I'm sorry to hear that Bubba Smith died.I'll always remember that Oscar tried to get an interview with him but Felix ruined
                      it by asking him for decorating tips.(lol).

                      And you may remember that milladrive and I are big Honeymooners fans.Brother Raccoon!
                      "You don't give up any runs,we'll guarantee you
                      at least a tie." ~ Grote to Koosman

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Joe Rigatoni View Post
                        Paulypal,Everything you said I couldn't have said better myself.I do look at it as more of a look back of the team through the
                        years.And Dave Kingman is a perfect example of someone I remember with good memories because we were kids more at that
                        time more than anything else.We remember the moonshot home runs in the parking lot and that's the memories we wanted to
                        remember.I mentioned in the Old Games thread on Monday May 25,1981,Memorial Day,it was a day game,the Mets beat the
                        Phillies who were coming off being world champions the year before 13-3 at Shea.I watched the game at milladrive's house
                        along with three other friends of ours as we were 17 year old kids going to Hicksville High School at the time and we were off
                        because it was Memorial Day.Kingman hit a grand slam in the bottom of the second to take a 8-0 lead.When Kingman hit that
                        grand slam it was a massive celebration in the milladrive house that day between milladrive and I and three of our friends.
                        I never heard such loud yelling and screaming and cheering at that time.So when I think of Kingman this grand slam home run
                        is on the top of my list along with like I said the moonshot home runs in the parking lot and that's the memories we wanted to
                        remember.

                        When it comes to Mets memories as a kid and childhood memories in general we tend to cherry pick the memories only wanting
                        to remember the good ones and not the bad or at least I do.It's like something out of a Twilight Zone episode when you ask to
                        relive your childhood memories and the first memory you get to relive is a bad one and you wanna yell:"No,I don't want to relive
                        that memory,I want to relive this memory.There was actually a Twilight Zone episode from the first season called "Walking
                        Distance" with Gig Young that hit perfectly the quote you said that "when a man returns to his childhood town he finds it was
                        childhood he misses not the town."That episode was right on the mark with that quote.

                        Btw,that was a great quote.I was curious to find out who said it but I can't seem to find out who said it on the internet.

                        I think the Mets HOF makes that quote applicable for me as well.

                        I'm sorry to hear that Bubba Smith died.I'll always remember that Oscar tried to get an interview with him but Felix ruined
                        it by asking him for decorating tips.(lol).

                        And you may remember that milladrive and I are big Honeymooners fans.Brother Raccoon!
                        Great quote by Oscar Madison sitting in the chair shaped like a big hand "I feel I am sitting in Bubba Smiths hand". My second favorite comedy of all time. Honeymooners being first. Woo woo.

                        I agree with everything you said about the memories and the ones we choose to remember. I am sure we were more disgusted watching Kingman than not..even back then, but those moon shots are engraved in our memory. Even some of his strikeouts were legendary.

                        By the way that quote has always stuck with me because I lived it. I grew up in Brooklyn in a very Italian neighborhood. So when I talk about Brooklyn to the folks here on Long Island its always in the highest regard, but when I go back I see how much its changed and wouldnt want to live there anymore. You realize it was not so much the area but the people that you grew up with and the care free youth that you had that you actually miss and hold in high regard.
                        Last edited by Paulypal; 08-04-2011, 09:54 AM.

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          Pauly, I think you saved this thread with that terrific assessment.
                          "And their chances of getting back into this ballgame are growing dimmer by the batter."


                          Put it in the books.

                          Comment


                          • #14
                            Since I last updated this post, we have elected Terry Collins, Dave Magadan, Daniel Murphy and Jon Niese to Our Mets Hall of Fame. A solid group of figures, if I do say so myself. It's been a while since I've run a VC election or a coaches/announcers/contributors election, so I might do those soon.

                            Comment

                            Ad Widget

                            Collapse
                            Working...
                            X