As a Mets fan, are you still happy the Phillies traded Lee for Halladay?
I explained it before the season, I reiterated it midseason, and I’ll say it again now. Yes. Roy Halladay is really good. I mean, really, really good. But he’s older and has more mileage on his arm than Lee, who is also left-handed and has won big games in the playoffs. (This isn’t to say I expect Halladay to pitch poorly in the postseason. He will do just fine.) JOHN: What’s the best nickname for the Two Roys? Siegfried and Roy! The Viceroys! The Henry Rowengartners (that’s kind of a conceptual one)! Personally, if I were one of them, I’d call us “The Roy-al We.” JOHN: What will the average speed of Aroldis Chapman’s fastball be in this series, and what is the percentage chance that the ball bursts into flame coming out of his hand? Both numbers are the same, John: 110. Needless to say, I am super excited to see Chapman face some of the Phillies’ big left-handed bats. Hell, I’m super excited to see Chapman face anyone. He’s special. JOHN: Does Joey Votto really deserve the MVP, or wil
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