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- Today, the MLB passed new pace of play rules to speed up the game and improve the overall quality of games. One of the major complaints about baseball is that it's slow and can be boring to watch. This is evident with less young people watching the MLB than the NFL or NBA. The MLB is aware of this trend and has been taking steps to improve the public's opinion of baseball. The new rules are: players and coaches are limited to six visits to the pitcher's mound per game if there is no pitching change, and time between innings for regular season games will be reduced from 2 minutes and 25 seconds to 2 minutes and 5 seconds. I believe that this is a good improvement to the game. The MLB is taking people's opinions seriously (unlike other leagues *cough, cough* NFL) and actually doing things to improve the pace of the game and attract new viewership. This is why it is a good decision; the league is making their games more viewable for newer fans without alienating their older fans with rule changes that are too big. Its a good middleground and a smart decision overall for the league. This shouldn't impact the Mets that much, well at least the first rule shouldn't. Their strongest two areas are starting pitching and the outfield. This means that their defense should be able to carry them into the 7th or 8th inning without needing a pitching change most games this year, so it's unlikely that they will need six mound visits in the first place most nights. The only thing that I'm concerned about for this rule change is that with all of the injuries that the Mets endured last season, the change from 2 minutes and 25 seconds in between innings to 2 minutes and 5 seconds asks the question, will less rest time for the players result in a similar fate from last year? Especially with the pitchers being some of the players most hurt by the injury bug, I'm not confident in saying that the time change won't have any negative effect of their performances. Despite my concerns about the second rule change, I'm overall happy with the situation and I think that the MLB is doing a good job adressing the complaints of their fans.
- Today, the MLB passed new pace of play rules to speed up the game and improve the overall quality of games. One of the major complaints about baseball is that it& #39;s slow and can be boring to watch. This is evident with less young people watching the MLB than the NFL or NBA. The MLB is aware of this trend and has been taking steps to improve the public& #39;s opinion of baseball. The new rules are: players and coaches are limited to six visits to the pitcher& #39;s mound per game if there is no pitching change, and time between innings for regular season games will be reduced from 2 minutes and 25 seconds to 2 minutes and 5 seconds. I believe that this is a good improvement to the game. The MLB is taking people& #39;s opinions seriously (unlike other leagues *cough, cough* NFL) and actually doing things to improve the pace of the game and attract new viewership. This is why it is a good decision; the league is making their games more viewable for newer fans without alienating their older fans with rule changes that are too big. Its a good middleground and a smart decision overall for the league. This shouldn& #39;t impact the Mets that much, well at least the first rule shouldn& #39;t . Their strongest two areas are starting pitching and the outfield. This means that their defense should be able to carry them into the 7th or 8th inning without needing a pitching change most games this year, so it& #39;s unlikely that they will need six mound visits in the first place most nights. The only thing that I& #39;m concerned about for this rule change is that with all of the injuries that the Mets endured last season, the change from 2 minutes and 25 seconds in between innings to 2 minutes and 5 seconds asks the question, will less rest time for the players result in a similar fate from last year? Especially with the pitchers being some of the players most hurt by the injury bug, I& #39;m not confident in saying that the time change won& #39;t have any negative effect of their performances. Despite my concerns about the second rule change, I& #39;m overall happy with the situation and I think that the MLB is doing a good job adressing the complaints of their fans.
- Today, the MLB passed new pace of play rules to speed up the game and improve the overall quality of games. One of the major complaints about baseball is that it's slow and can be boring to watch. This is evident with less young people watching the MLB than the NFL or NBA. The MLB is aware of this trend and has been taking steps to improve the public's opinion of baseball. The new rules are: players and coaches are limited to six visits to the pitcher's mound per game if there is no pitching change, and time between innings for regular season games will be reduced from 2 minutes and 25 seconds to 2 minutes and 5 seconds. I believe that this is a good improvement to the game. The MLB is taking people's opinions seriously (unlike other leagues *cough, cough* NFL) and actually doing things to improve the pace of the game and attract new viewership. This is why it is a good decision; the league is making their games more viewable for newer fans without alienating their older fans with rule changes that are too big. Its a good middleground and a smart decision overall for the league. This shouldn't impact the Mets that much, well at least the first rule shouldn't. Their strongest two areas are starting pitching and the outfield. This means that their defense should be able to carry them into the 7th or 8th inning without needing a pitching change most games this year, so it's unlikely that they will need six mound visits in the first place most nights. The only thing that I'm concerned about for this rule change is that with all of the injuries that the Mets endured last season, the change from 2 minutes and 25 seconds in between innings to 2 minutes and 5 seconds asks the question, will less rest time for the players result in a similar fate from last year? Especially with the pitchers being some of the players most hurt by the injury bug, I'm not confident in saying that the time change won't have any negative effect of their performances. Despite my concerns about the second rule change, I'm overall happy with the situation and I think that the MLB is doing a good job adressing the complaints of their fans.
- During the Queens Baseball Convention, I saw that Bobbleheads, especially pre 2009, are an extremely hot collectors item. Sold out of almost all extras I had, but now am restocking. I never did find much novelty in them, however, I am now discovering that passion. I did keep one of each I sold, including my all time favorite in the Endy Wall Bobblehead, and now am restocking for the future. Have a Mets Bobblehead? DM Me! Some of my recent pickups! #mets #sheastadium #citifield #nymets #collectors #bobbleheads #fs #forsale
- During the Queens Baseball Convention, I saw that Bobbleheads, especially pre 2009, are an extremely hot collectors item. Sold out of almost all extras I had, but now am restocking. I never did find much novelty in them, however, I am now discovering that passion. I did keep one of each I sold, including my all time favorite in the Endy Wall Bobblehead, and now am restocking for the future. Have a Mets Bobblehead? DM Me! Some of my recent pickups! #mets #sheastadium #citifield #nymets #collectors #bobbleheads #fs #forsale
- During the Queens Baseball Convention, I saw that Bobbleheads, especially pre 2009, are an extremely hot collectors item. Sold out of almost all extras I had, but now am restocking. I never did find much novelty in them, however, I am now discovering that passion. I did keep one of each I sold, including my all time favorite in the Endy Wall Bobblehead, and now am restocking for the future. Have a Mets Bobblehead? DM Me! Some of my recent pickups! #mets #sheastadium #citifield #nymets #collectors #bobbleheads #fs #forsale
- Neil Walker, if you don’t remember played for the Mets for almost half a season and was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for a minor Leaguer(Eric Hanhold). While Neil was on the Mets he didn’t do awful but he didn’t contribute too much. Well, it is kind’ve hard to get a good feel of what kind of player Neil was actually this year. Neil put up a good amount of home runs for the time he was on the Mets and didn’t drive in too many runs but I am not really worried about stat. One I am worried about is hits to game. When Neil Walker played in 73 games he also had 70 hits which means he averaged just under a hit per game. His average proved it as well. .264 isn’t the greatest but it is good enough for where he was in the order. And on the fielding side... 5 errors Overall I gave Neil Walker a C because all of his stats are all good, not great but good. Do you think we have got Neil Walker earlier in Free Agency? Do you agree with the grade? #msseasonreview #MSoffseason #neil #walker #neilwalker #mets #lgm #queens #nym #nyc #ny #newyork #newyorkmets #citifield #apple #orange #blue #hashtag #tbt #yagottabelieve #4Days #springtraining #february #instagram #
- Neil Walker, if you don’t remember played for the Mets for almost half a season and was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for a minor Leaguer(Eric Hanhold). While Neil was on the Mets he didn’t do awful but he didn’t contribute too much. Well, it is kind’ve hard to get a good feel of what kind of player Neil was actually this year. Neil put up a good amount of home runs for the time he was on the Mets and didn’t drive in too many runs but I am not really worried about stat. One I am worried about is hits to game. When Neil Walker played in 73 games he also had 70 hits which means he averaged just under a hit per game. His average proved it as well. .264 isn’t the greatest but it is good enough for where he was in the order. And on the fielding side... 5 errors Overall I gave Neil Walker a C because all of his stats are all good, not great but good. Do you think we have got Neil Walker earlier in Free Agency? Do you agree with the grade? #msseasonreview #MSoffseason #neil #walker #neilwalker #mets #lgm #queens #nym #nyc #ny #newyork #newyorkmets #citifield #apple #orange #blue #hashtag #tbt #yagottabelieve #4Days #springtraining #february #instagram #
- Neil Walker, if you don’t remember played for the Mets for almost half a season and was traded to the Milwaukee Brewers for a minor Leaguer(Eric Hanhold). While Neil was on the Mets he didn’t do awful but he didn’t contribute too much. Well, it is kind’ve hard to get a good feel of what kind of player Neil was actually this year. Neil put up a good amount of home runs for the time he was on the Mets and didn’t drive in too many runs but I am not really worried about stat. One I am worried about is hits to game. When Neil Walker played in 73 games he also had 70 hits which means he averaged just under a hit per game. His average proved it as well. .264 isn’t the greatest but it is good enough for where he was in the order. And on the fielding side... 5 errors Overall I gave Neil Walker a C because all of his stats are all good, not great but good. Do you think we have got Neil Walker earlier in Free Agency? Do you agree with the grade? #msseasonreview #MSoffseason #neil #walker #neilwalker #mets #lgm #queens #nym #nyc #ny #newyork #newyorkmets #citifield #apple #orange #blue #hashtag #tbt #yagottabelieve #4Days #springtraining #february #instagram #

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