View Poll Results: Better all time 25 man roster

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  • Nationals

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Thread: Mets vs Nationals

  
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    Mets vs Nationals

    Mets

    C: Mike Piazza, John Stearns
    1B: Keith Hernandez, John Olerud
    2B: Edgardo Alfonso, Daniel Murphy
    3B: David Wright, Howard Johnson
    SS: Jose Reyes, Bud Harrelson
    LF: Cleon Jones
    CF: Carlos Beltran, Mookie Wilson, Lenny Dykstra
    RF: Darryl Strawberry
    SP: Tom Seaver, Dwight Gooden, Jerry Koosman, Al Leiter, Sid Fernandez
    RP: Tug McGraw, Jesse Orosco, John Franco, Armando Benitez, Skip Lockwood

    Nationals

    C: Gary Carter, Wilson Ramos
    1B: Ron Fairly, Nick Johnson
    2B: Jose Vidro, Ron Hunt
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    3B: Ryan Zimmerman, Tim Wallach
    SS: Ian Desmond, Trea Turner
    LF: Tim Raines
    CF: Andre Dawson
    RF: Vladimir Guerrero, Bryce Harper, Larry Walker
    SP: Steve Rogers, Dennis Martinez, Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez
    RP: Tim Burke, Tyler Clippard, Mel Rojas, Jeff Reardon, Chad Cordero

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    This is a tough one

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    I would say the Mets

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    Mets

    C: Mike Piazza, John Stearns
    1B: Keith Hernandez, John Olerud
    2B: Edgardo Alfonso, Daniel Murphy
    3B: David Wright, Howard Johnson
    SS: Jose Reyes, Bud Harrelson
    LF: Cleon Jones
    CF: Carlos Beltran, Mookie Wilson, Lenny Dykstra
    RF: Darryl Strawberry
    SP: Tom Seaver, Dwight Gooden, Jerry Koosman, Al Leiter, Sid Fernandez
    RP: Tug McGraw, Jesse Orosco, John Franco, Armando Benitez, Skip Lockwood

    Nationals

    C: Gary Carter, Wilson Ramos
    1B: Ron Fairly, Nick Johnson
    2B: Jose Vidro, Ron Hunt
    3B: Ryan Zimmerman, Tim Wallach
    SS: Ian Desmond, Trea Turner
    LF: Tim Raines
    CF: Andre Dawson
    RF: Vladimir Guerrero, Bryce Harper, Larry Walker
    SP: Steve Rogers, Dennis Martinez, Max Scherzer, Stephen Strasburg, Gio Gonzalez
    RP: Tim Burke, Tyler Clippard, Mel Rojas, Jeff Reardon, Chad Cordero

    C: Mets (slightly)
    1B: Mets
    2B: Even
    3B: Mets
    SS: Mets
    LF: Nationals
    CF: Even
    RF: Nationals
    SP: Mets (close)
    RP: Mets

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    I will take the Mets
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    Pretty close on this one. If you had Pedro Martinez on the Nationals side from when he played for the Expos I would have went with them though.
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    If you were to add the "OLD" Nationals/Senators, that existed before the Mets were heard of, and before the formation of the Texas Rangers, it would definitely be WASHINGTON. The Mets,over their history, would have very very very few who could hit Walter "The Big Train" Johnson (one of MLB "Greatest" pitchers - Holds the record of the MOST MLB Shutouts) I'd go EVEN, based on what you have posted.

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    If you were to add the "OLD" Nationals/Senators, that existed before the Mets were heard of, and before the formation of the Texas Rangers, it would definitely be WASHINGTON. The Mets,over their history, would have very very very few who could hit Walter "The Big Train" Johnson (one of MLB "Greatest" pitchers - Holds the record of the MOST MLB Shutouts) I'd go EVEN, based on what you have posted.

    That Washington Senators franchise moved to Minnesota and became the Twins though.

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    True. But I'm not including the Twins, just those who played in Washington. Also, after they went to Minn. there was another Wash. team. It in the 1970's went to Texas. Some of the "old' previous Wash. teams, if not Senators, were called Nationals. The METS have just been METS. However, the NATIONALS of Washington, in history, have been more than just EXPOS then Nationals moving to D.C. from Montreal. Have a good afternoon.

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