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If a game is played, and there is no way to see it or hear it, does it really happen?
 

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If a game is played, and there is no way to see it or hear it, does it really happen?
yes because there is a way to see it, by going to the game.
 

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Burnett, it was joke. Have you ever heard the saying "If a tree falls in a forest,..."? You dont have to take everything so literally.

1-0 Mets top of the second.
I know its only the first week into spring training, but the ERAs of our five top starters are 5.40, 27.00, 9.00, 9.00, and 4.50. I know its not a cause for concern now, but when pitchers are supposed to be ahead of hitters, not one of the starters has come out clean.
 

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I know its only the first week into spring training, but the ERAs of our five top starters are 5.40, 27.00, 9.00, 9.00, and 4.50.
Ouch... they need to step up or we're heading for a very long season. :plain
 

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Top 8th


NY Mets: 5
Marlins: 5



Looks like someone blew the lead... :plain
 

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Mets took a 5-3 lead by scoring four runs in the 7th off of Oswaldo Mareina, home runs by Jason Phillips and John Wilson. The Marlins then tied it up with two runs in the bottom of the 7th on a home run by Seung-Yeop Lee.
 
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