Tag Archives: Mets

Fantasy Baseball Draft Review – 2017 OBFBL

On March 19, 2017, the Old Bridge Fantasy Baseball League had its 19th annual draft.  I have run this league since 1999 and, while the cast of league members has changed over the years, the traditions have been maintained.  The league is still a non-keeper, head-to-head points league comprised of 16 teams (some years were […]

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The Court Reporter: Thursday, October 29, 2015

Greetings and salutations to everyone out there.  As Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Fantasy Judgment, it is my duty and obligation to maintain impartiality and objectivity when it comes to issuing decisions.  But that is in the world of fantasy sports.  In real sports, I am a lifelong die-hard Mets fan and have […]

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OBFBL Power Rankings #4 (Through Week 16)

This is the fourth installment of the 2010 OBFBL Power Rankings.  As usual, I will rank each team in order of strength based on overall record, points scored, upward or downward streaks, and my own subjective criteria.  I will provide a quick breakdown and analysis and list each team’s previous ranking. Onward and such! #1 […]

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OBFBL Power Rankings #3 (Through Week 14)

This is the third installment of the 2010 OBFBL Power Rankings.  As I did with the last two, I will rank each team in order of strength based on overall record, points scored, upward or downward streaks, and my own subjective criteria.  I will provide a quick breakdown and analysis and list each team’s previous […]

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Mets vs. Yankees – Year XIV

It is hard to believe that Interleague play has been around for 14 years already.  It feels like yesterday that Dave Mlicki shut out the Yankees in the very first Mets – Yankees regular season game.  Back then, it was so new, innovative, and exciting.  Bragging rights were at stake between Mets and Yankees fans.  […]

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Fantasy Baseball Paradox – Hitters Pitching and Pitchers Hitting

After the Mets vs. Cardinals game on Saturday, April 17, 2010 that went 20 innings, I have been asked for my thoughts on whether offensive players should get credit (or demerits) for their pitching statistics if they are thrown out on the mound.  This bizarre game saw two Cardinals’ position players (Felipe Lopez and Joe […]

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Baseball – The Inseparable Bond Between Father and Son

With the 2010 baseball season now underway, my love and passion for the sport has once again gone through its re-invigoration with the special experience that is Opening Day.  It got me thinking about the origin of my passion and the constant maintenance and growth of this love for the National Pasttime that I have.  […]

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Baseball is back…hope springs eternal.

The 2010 baseball season is now underway.  It couldn’t have come soon enough.  As a Mets’ fan, I was anxiously awaiting the beginning of the season as a way to cleanse my memory and soul of the disaster that was 2009.  I had the fortune of attending the Opening Day game against the Marlins on […]

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