The Mets misplaced the two exhibition video games to the Yankees over the weekend, but they indicate next to absolutely nothing. On a brand new episode of the “Amazin’ But True” podcast with Nelson Figueroa and I, we recap the short sequence.
Some Mets and Yankees enthusiasts tend to overreact when their two teams play just about every in meaningless games. We discuss about what we observed from the two exhibition video games and why there is no rationale for Mets fans to be apprehensive — don’t forget, barring accidents, most of the Mets pitchers made use of very likely will not be on the closing roster. We get into the synthetic group noise becoming a little bit awkward, but required for gamers, and chuckle a little bit at the cardboard cutouts.
Figgie and I address how Seth Lugo’s bullpen job is important, particularly with men like Brad Brach, Jared Hughes and potentially Robert Gsellman lacking time early on. We get into the Robinson Cano debate and whether him batting 3rd is the definition of madness. We glimpse at the lineup and how it may well, or, ought to pan out. We also take a look at the routine, the brutal warmth and how it could impression how Luis Rojas manages video games with restricted off days.
NY Put up Mets beat author Mike Puma then joins us. Puma reacts to what the ambiance was like at Citi Industry with the crowd sounds additional in, where Cano should bat in the order, how the bullpen could shake out and whether or not Jacob deGrom will be very good to go for Opening Working day from the Braves on Friday. He also can make his prediction for the Mets this time, which will go away enthusiasts of the club delighted.
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