Over the next few weeks I’m going to challenge you with questions that veer a little bit into the Sabermetric side of things or as I like to call them Advanced Metrics. Nothing too crazy, but these are stats I incorporate quite liberally in my articles the last few years. FIP or Fielding Independent Pitching […]
Jamal is a life-long Mets fan from Brooklyn, who remembers 1986 like it was yesterday. He is an attorney and sportswriter/contributor and a college basketball bracketologist. He also co-hosts CBS Play.It’s Bill Rhoden On Sports podcast with the legendary NY Times sportswriter, Bill Rhoden. Follow Jamal on Twitter @Blacketologist.
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After Friday night’s win over the Philadelphia Phillies, the Mets now hold a one game and one and a half game lead in the National League Wild Card race over the San Francisco Giants and St. Louis Cardinals, respectively. With eight games to play in the regular season, the keys to success for the Mets […]
After more than a week to let the World Series, yes, World Series dust settle, it is safe to say that this season was indeed a huge success for the New York Mets. The Mets went from a 79-83 team a year ago, to National League champions, at least a year ahead of schedule, according […]
It ain’t hard to tell that the New York Metropolitans are clicking, hitting on all cylinders, or doing whatever cliché fits your taste. What was a team totally – and I mean totally – reliant on their young, dominant pitching staff prior to the July trading deadline, is now a true team, capable of dominance […]