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Greg Prince
Unofficial institutional memory of the New York Mets, putting into words a baseball team that regularly defies description.
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Greg Prince 4h
Replying to @DaveArbiter
He was in the studio, refreshed, ready to interview the star of the game.
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Greg Prince 18h
Replying to @mrelssek @druck808
Young Todd Frazier stood next to somebody?
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Greg Prince 18h
Mets are closing in on turning an indifferent loss into a frustrating one.
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Greg Prince 18h
Replying to @unrealDMGold
The first analytic.
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Greg Prince 18h
Replying to @ouijum
Seems like they could have worked this out with a phone call and had their evening free.
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Greg Prince 18h
Ralph Kiner always talked up the importance of winning the first game of a doubleheader. I don't remember if he said losing the nightcap was a good idea.
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David Ruckdeschel 18h
Replying to @greg_prince
But have they confirmed that Todd Frazier once played in the LL World Series?
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Greg Prince 18h
This just in: Philadelphia has cheesesteaks.
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Greg Prince 19h
Asses need to be in jackpots here.
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Greg Prince 19h
This nightcap feels postmarked.
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Greg Prince 20h
Replying to @BenR877
The circle shall remain unbroken...and the runs shall remain unearned.
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Greg Prince 20h
Mets playing like Phillies.
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Greg Prince 21h
The last three Mets (scores by which the Mets have won by only once) have been at Phillies' expense: 16-7 in 2015; 17-0 in 2016; 24-4 in the first game tonight.
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Brian Coleman 21h
When you write your book on Mets history, this game gets its own chapter. You could title it “What Channel is the Fuckin’ Mets Game On?”
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Greg Prince 21h
Replying to @midnightvalley1 @SNYtv
Sure they do. They're regular season highlights. FB game highlights have been disseminated same as all others.
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Greg Prince 21h
Nelson Figueroa and Gary Apple are analyzing what Steven Matz has to do in Game Two when the moment calls for "OMG! 24-4!"
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Greg Prince 21h
Not sure why studio show isn't just highlights, given that Game One wasn't televised over their air -- and it was literally the most overwhelming win in Mets history.
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Greg Prince 21h
Replying to @marcreiner
You could've turned off your devices right there!
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Marc Reiner 21h
Replying to @greg_prince
To paraphrase Warner Wolf, if you had the Phillies and 20 runs you lost!
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Greg Prince 21h
Replying to @dmarc107 @DocGooden16
Yes.
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