Thursday, April 7, 2011

Mets Can't Comeback From "Pelf Hell" Phillies Win

8 comments:

  1. "It may be over for him" - c'mon, Joe - can't give up on him this quickly...

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  2. I'm not giving up Dave. I meant "Mentally" He really seems to have some demons in his head that his, now deceased , psychologist was working out with him. He refers to him constantly.

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  3. Actually, I don't know why we can't draw conclusions from the data. Mike Pelfrey has been in the league for a few years, has had significant issues controlling his emotions and his psyche, and other than one stretch last year where he was brilliant -- does not appear to have the makeup right now to be a front-line starter. It doesn't mean he won't become a serviceable major league starter, but vast majority of evidence suggests a rather mediocre future.

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  4. Exactly. He may never be an Ace. New York may be too much for him. He has had enough time to grow. I think he mentally done here.

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  5. Joe, I had bad feelings going into that game. No confidence at all in Pelfrey. Like the way the Mets battled back. I have optimism for today. I think Neise will battle.

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  6. Joe, I like your theme this year. Wins in color, losses in B&W. Nice touch brother.

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  7. Somebody needs to tell Pelf he is 6'7"....he needs to look angry, not scared when he pitches. He should be an intimidating figure on the mound!

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  8. not Black and White Drawing Joe we cant start now!!! lets go Mets

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