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With all the speculation that the Mets would be bringing in an arm for its bullpen, its small wonder that last night's loss would be pinned on the bullpen. But is it really fair? After Tom Glavine after six cheap viagra online, the Mets bullpen was charged with protecting a one-run lead. The game ended in the 13th on Geoff Jenkins two-run homer against little used Aaron Sele. The Mets bullpen pitched in seven innings and gave up runs in two of those innings meaning they shut the Brewers out in five. The Mets took the lead in the sixth on a David Wright single and a Moises Alou sacrifice fly. They didn't score again in seven reamaining times at bat, making them scoreless in 12 of the 13 innings they batted. When on the road, if your staff hold the other team to 2 runs through nine you should expect to win. It was the Mets' bats that failed last night and not so much the bullpen. But the perception is that  Omar Minaya failed to get help for a bullpen that was struggling. Perception will become reality and thus the narrative the rest of the season. But reality is that the Mets bullpen is terribly overworked. Last night marked the 106 game. Five Mets relievers have already pitched in 41% of the team's games, with Aaron Heilman pitching in 49% of those. Lets put these five pitchers total appearnaces to date next to their projection they will have at the end off the season if they continue at this rate. Joe Smith will be included in this list as his return is likely and, well, his appearnaces still count in AAA to wear and tear. Joe Smith: 46/70 Scott Schoweneweis:45/69 Pedro Feleciano: 50/76 Billy Wagner: 43/66 Aaron Heilman: 52/79 What to do with these numbers? First off, only two other NL teams have five pitchers with 40 or more appearances-Milwaukee and Washington. The remainder have either 4 or 3. This means the Mets bullpen is sharing the load and that Randolph has five guys he can trust. Good, right? The Met still have the league's best record. Okay, but can they sustain it at this pace with the amount of responsibility the Mets put on their bullpen. And how much are they putting on their bullpen compared to the rest of the league? Lets look at a few numbers. First, experts say the Mets have problems with their rotation. Well, maybe. If this is so, why do their starters lead the NL [cheap viagra online] in quality starts with 63. And the amount of holds cheap viagra online their bullpen gets is 40, the lowest for a team with a winning record. This means that compared to the rest of the NL, the Mets are asking less of its bullpen than the rest of the league. You can draw the same conclusion when looking at the numbers together. Cheap viagra online so is pitching as big a problem. No. Not when you look at the numbers. I admit to being critical of the way that Willie Randolph and Rick Peterson had managed their bullpen and was looking for numbers to support my thesis. What I found was opposite of that. To conclude, the bullpen is just fine, and help will be here. Baring a set back Pedro Martinez will be back and may provide some sort of relief. Joe Smith will return-probably well rested. Mike Pelfrey could provide some innings and so could Willie Colazzo who is pitching well in New Orleans. Moreover, the acquisition of Luis Castillo greatly improves the teams defense up-the-middle which is a help to a staff that save John Maine, Oliver Perez and Billy Wagner, rely on being able to allow contact. What the Mets cannot lose is everyday players, Carlos Beltran's presence in the line-up last night might have delivered Tom Glavine's 300th win. Same with Paul LoDuca as he has 7 hits in 19 at-bats against Jeff Suppan this season. Perception may dictate the narrative today. But the numbers do not match reality.  


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