I’ve had a lot of fun with predictions on this site — everywhere, really; why else do we play fantasy sports, college football pick’ems, postseason salary-cap games and NCAA basketball tournament pools? But I’m not sure I’ll try to forecast the 2010 baseball season, division by division. Half of the divisions appear to be wide
As I sit here going back and forth between being frustrated at the Mets’ offseason (leading to doubts about the coming season) and letting the fan in me have hope, let’s take a look at some forced parallels and other good omens that might serve as a precursor to a successful season in 2010. Just
I’ve let time pass and decided I’m ready to write this post. It’s hard to watch your team come so close to the postseason and not close the deal. It’s particularly tough when your boys have it in their control — all they have to do is win — and it still gets away. But
NEW YORK METS In general Last year is over. It is. So is the time to talk about it. That time was February, when players reported to Port St. Lucie. A slow start isn’t a reason to talk about it again, nor is losing two out of three to the Phillies in the second week.