Tag Archives: Marlon Byrd

The National League East at the break

Here’s some fun stats and facts/opinions about the National League East teams and their performance in the 2013 season. The “fWAR” stands for “FanGraphs WAR.” Atlanta Braves Batting: .250/.324/.412 = .736 OPS is third in the National League. Pitching/Defense: 3.29 … Continue reading

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Can we talk some more about how awesome Dillon Gee is?

Party time. The Mets beat the Yankees for the fourth straight time last night. This time the score was 3-1 and the starting pitcher was Dillon Gee. Marlon Byrd hit another home run and it wasn’t only because Yankee Stadium … Continue reading

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Mets blow past bombers 9-4, close in on sweep

Yes, somehow the Mets continued their winning streak on Wednesday night in the Bronx. They took the lead quickly and didn’t look back en route to a 9-4 win. John Buck, Marlon Byrd, and even Ike Davis had two RBI … Continue reading

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Yankees vs. Mets meet at Citi Field again

Terry Collins has dropped Ike Davis to eighth in the batting order against the right-handed Hiroki Kuroda. Strangely, Marlon Byrd is batting fifth. Here’s the Yankees lineup: The Mets get to see Reid Brignac for the first time this season, … Continue reading

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