January 30, 2008

Reactions From Braves And Phillies Fans

At The Atlanta Journal-Constitution they ask this question:

The Mets have already finished ahead of the Braves in the NL East the last two seasons, and picking up a dominant lefthander for the top of the pitching rotation would only make them stronger. Are you concerned that the Braves, despite picking up future Hall of Famer Tom Glavine in the offseason, will have enough pitching to compete with the Mets?

Better yet, will the Braves’ offense be able to contend with a rotation that could include Santana and Pedro Martinez as the top two starters?

J. Weitzel at Beerleaguer puts up the following insight for the Phillies:

The sounds of our "small splashes" never sounded so small. This is a tidalwave, causing a flood that will submerge the rest of the National League East for six or seven years. Baseball's best pitcher belongs to the Mets, set to anchor the rotation for years to come while canceling out our best hitters head-to-head.

Introducing the winner, and new champion, of the 2008 off-season, and possibly much, more more: Johan Santana and the New York Mets, who've stuck it right up the Phillies' butts.


Anonymous said...

all i can do now is laugh

Anonymous said...

i wonderif Hanley Ramirez thinks he can beat the Mets now?

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