If last Sunday had felt a little different…well, it would have felt different. Between 4:00 and 5:00, the following happened.
giants Beat the Panthers at MetLife Stadium19-16, a 56-yard field goal by Graham Gano.
Jets did a miracle in Cleveland, r31-30 win over Browns.
of Mets beat Pirates 7-3scored 4 points in the 8th inning.
of Yankees beat Brewers 12-8 in brawl in Milwaukeethe final out that comes with a loaded base.
All in all, it was a perfect 4-4 for the New York team. It became immediately clear. what a rare feat it was A little research revealed that it had been 13 years since all four teams had won on the same day. We all know what a dry period New York has been in the last few years. But 13 years?
It was true. It was September. On February 27, 2009, when the Jets defeated the Titans, he scored 24-17. The Giants defeated the Buccaneers 24-0. The Yankees beat the Red Sox his 4-2. The Mets shut out the Marlins he went 4-0. Since then, there have been 30 Sundays when all four teams were scheduled to play on the same day.
At least one of the team tripped over a pothole each time.
And that begs the kind of question: How rare is 4 vs 4?
The answer was, “Even more rare than you thought.”
Since 1962, the Mets, Jets, Yankees and Giants have played a game on the same day a total of 166 days. If that number seems low, it’s understandable. His baseball and soccer seasons overlap for only about a month. In one season he played 4 games on the same day, so far he has played 5 games.
In soccer, teams sometimes play on Mondays and sometimes on Thursdays. In the early days of the AFL, the Jets played several games on Fridays and Saturdays. There were several times when the baseball team was canceled due to rain. So 166 is that number.
And last Sunday was the 11th time they all won on the same day.
(Now, if you’re a glass-half-full type, it might be worth noting that the four teams went 0-4 only 10 times. Given what we’ve seen here over the past few years , an unbelievable statistic.)
The first time all four teams hit the field on the same day was September 15th. The Giants lost the season opener to the Browns at Cleveland’s Municipal Stadium with his 17–7 win (Jim Brown: 17 carries, 134 yards). The Jets (then Titans) lost him 40-14 to the Chargers in San Diego. The Yankees lost 4–3 to the Red Sox at Fenway Park. Surprisingly, the Mets defeated the Reds by his 8-2 record at the Polo Grounds, and in his first year he improved to 111 for 37, so it took him some time to avoid a 0-fer that day.
Amazingly, it took 22 years for the stars to line up and all four teams won on the same day. They were collectively 0-56 through September. 29, 1984 (Jets 25, Colts 20, Giants 16, Eagles 10, Yankees 9, Orioles 0, Mets 9, Pirates 7).
yes. It’s rare, isn’t it?
The Giants don’t play the Cowboys until Monday night, so the Fab Four have only two chances to go 4-0 for two weeks in a row (the other one being September 28-October 5, 1986).
But next Sunday everything goes as planned. So they try to put him in his 4-0 week twice in the same year, which is his third and first time since it happened on August 15, 1997. . 31st and September 28.
Now, when the Mets play in Atlanta, the Yankees host the Orioles in the Bronx, the Jets move to Pittsburgh, and the Giants play the Bears at MetLife, this may not be at the forefront of players’ minds. But in a suddenly regenerated sports town, it would be something to aim for. After all, it doesn’t happen every week. It rarely happens.
I’ll admit: When the Browns looked like they could actually kill the statuesque Joe Flacco early last week in Cleveland, I was skeptical of Mike White and his young legs. But as a longtime sucker for good stories, I wouldn’t mind seeing Flacco call the Bengals for a few more touchdown passes on Sunday. do you want? Old man rules!
I was a huge fan of the original Quantum Leap at the time. The reboot pilot starring Raymond Lee intrigued me and gave me a real shot.
You must be willing to get your uniform dirty for Brian Dabor.
Many of us in the American press box crew were always amazed at how our Japanese colleagues covered only one person, be it Hideki Matsui, Ichiro or Hideo Nomo, and didn’t want to bang our heads on our desks every day. did. in the meantime. Many of the American press now do the same with Aaron Judge. It’s definitely… not.
What you need to know about Aaron Judge and his home run record chase:
Mark Aronin: It is my hope that the sporting community will recognize the greatness, grace and professionalism of Roger Federer during the most sporting time of the year. he retires from a career of unparalleled excellence.
subject: I wanted him goodbye at Wimbledon, but Friday’s doubles match with Raf Nadal wasn’t a bad exit strategy either. We won’t see anything like him again anytime soon.
Alan Hershberg: On Monday, writing about the Jets, Corey Davis’ touchdown after missing an extra point “…shouldn’t have mattered. The Browns were only 6.” and live in the world of DraftKings. The spread on that game was 6.5, which mattered to many!
subject: Maybe soon we’ll get used to a world that isn’t just whispering fun gambling facts as we’ve been for about 100 years.
@Shaneb: In Cleveland, two former Mets players are big hits. Pretty good for “get what you can for him”.
@MikeVacc: Francisco Lindor and Cookie Carrasco’s successes for the Mets, as well as Amed Rosario and Andres Jimenez’s successes for the Guardians, have set a new gold standard for trades that benefit both teams. is.
Jay Cummings: Please try to imagine Gerrit Cole pitcher Against Aaron Judge — Aaron hits 80 home runs.
subject: sorry. It made me laugh. And I’m still laughing