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Ed Leyro
Owner, writer, researcher & janitor for Studious Metsimus. fan since '81. fan since '83. fan since '88. fan since I married .
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Ed Leyro 7h
Replying to @mnioannou
There is only one song. And that song is “Rock Me Amadeus” by Falco.
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Carlow East 22h
We’re open today! Wednesday-Sunday 3-9. Come visit Kevin today and check out our specials! Today is a nice day for a frozen drink! Remember your mask and to social Distance!
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Ed Leyro 24h
Replying to @Mets
Sisk 39
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Ed Leyro May 27
Daryl Boston. Seriously.
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Mark Simon May 27
The Mets top 100 HR list moves along with postseason HRs No. 11-15 This covers ... Daniel Murphy Darryl Strawberry Edgardo Alfonzo Gary Carter David Wright Give it a quick read here --
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Ed Leyro May 26
Replying to @MarkASimonSays
I always wanted to attend a no-hitter. Unfortunately, I got my wish in this game. The only good thing about watching the Mets get no-hit in person is that I was much calmer taking these photos than I would have been if it were the Mets pitching the no-no.
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Mark Simon May 26
I wrote about this game today - good companion piece to watching the game
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Ed Leyro May 26
Replying to @fifthand56th
But you’re more than likely getting hockey soon. Will that help?
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Ed Leyro May 26
Replying to @mikemayerMMO
I know but I’m not saying, although I can say John Franco wasn’t a fan of something he did...
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Ed Leyro May 26
Replying to @Metsmerized
I released liquid from the ducts after the Mets lost to the Marlins on Closing Day 2008 when I realized that I would never set foot inside Shea Stadium again.
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Ed Leyro May 25
The list starts with the Ramones and it ends with the Ramones. Although Guns N’ Roses would have ranked higher had they stayed together longer. And I’m not just saying that because Duff McKagan is a fellow 12.
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Ed Leyro May 25
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
Another little tidbit about Sisk not in the piece since it was written before Edwin Díaz’s arrival is that Sisk allowed 15 HR in his entire nine-year career (11 HR in six years with the Mets). So he gave up as many homers in his entire career as Edwin Díaz gave up in 2019 alone.
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Metsmerized - Joe D ⚾️ May 25
Fascinating article by . The best Doug Sisk retrospective ever. Did you know Sisk was a Mets fan and could name everyone on the 69 and 73 Mets rosters? Read this! Studious Metsimus: The Thrill of Victory, The Agony of the Mets: Doug Sisk:
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Ed Leyro May 25
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
Thanks, Joe. I hate that one of the reasons he doesn’t fly back for reunions is because of the way he’s treated by fans. Let’s hope someday he’s accepted so that he can return for the 40th anniversary reunion in six years.
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Ed Leyro May 24
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
Thanks, Joe. Have a good night!
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Ed Leyro May 24
As a Mets and Seahawks fan, I don’t know how to react to a Met killer praising a beloved Seahawk.
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Ed Leyro May 24
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
Whenever you have a moment, give this a read. I wish I could someday get this to Doug Sisk, just so that he could know that there are Mets fans out there who do appreciate him.
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Ed Leyro May 24
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
I think you know how I feel about him. I’ve written positively about him for years. In fact, look at this exchange I had with the Mets official Twitter account a few weeks ago on Wallpaper Wednesday.
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Ed Leyro May 24
It was. In his last nine appearances that seasons, Davey Johnson would only use him in garbage time. In nine appearances in August and September, Gorman pitched in eight games the Mets lost and the one game they won, he pitched the ninth inning of a 12-1 game.
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Ed Leyro May 24
Replying to @MetsmerizedJoeD
It was soon after that. The craziest thing about that game is that Doug Sisk pitched 2 1/3 scoreless innings in a game in which his teammates allowed 26 runs.
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