We’re not quite a quarter of the way through the baseball season, but there’s been plenty to talk about so far. Both World Series teams from 2016 are currently not in first place in their division, everyone is hurt, and dirt bike riding is the new least favorite activity among people in San Francisco. There’s still plenty of games left to be played, but we can learn a lot about teams through the first quarter of games. Let’s see who and what has caught my eye so far.
Also, check out the AL piece here if you missed it.
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2016 Recap: 87-75, 2nd in the NL East. Lost Wild Card game to San Francisco. Despite losing the Dark Knight Matt Harvey in early July to a major shoulder injury, the Metropolitans were still able to snag one of the two Wild Card spots in the NL only to have their ace Noah Syndergaard get outdueled 1-0 by Madison Bumgarner in an epic pitching matchup that lived up to the hype. The Mets did essentially nothing this offseason as they are hoping better injury luck will get them back to the postseason in 2017
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The calendar has officially turned to 2017 and that means it’s time to start talking some baseball. The NFL has been extra stupid this season with all the bad teams and quarterback injuries affecting the playoffs, meanwhile the Hot Stove reached some pretty high temperatures this winter. We broke down the American League yesterday and are back to do the same with the National League today.
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