First Mets Run(FMR) is essentially a guessing game where everyone on this website can post who they think will score the first run. Everyone is given 1 guess. The guess must be posted by the start time of the game. Any guess posted after the start time of the game will be considered invalid. The guess must include the following information in this format:
Scorer (INNING, # OF OUTS AT TIME OF RUN SCORED, BATTER WHO CONTRIBUTED TO THE RUN BEING SCORED [aka batter who receives the RBI])
Reyes(1rd, 1 Out, Wright). In this case, Reyes was on base, it was the 1st inning, there was 1 out on the board, and Wright would receive the RBI.
Wright(1st, 2 Outs, Wright). In this case Wright hit a solo home run.
Note - If Wright hits a home run but Reyes was on 3rd base - Reyes scored first. The winner would be whoever selected Reyes, not Wright.
Now you may be asking, where do I post my guess ...please post them within this fan shot and follow these 2 simple rules.
1). Please keep all debate out of this fan shot to help me make it easier to find the winner once a run is scored.
2). If someone has posted the scorer you were going to choose you can still use that scorer, but please reply to your scorer's thread.
Example - if I post Reyes(1st, 1, Wright) and you want to post Reyes(3rd, 1 Pagan), please reply your guess to mine because we both chose Reyes as the scorer. This way it will be easy to target the correct winner quickly and efficiently.
The whole point of this is to have some fun so make sure you post your FMR for every game. I will try and keep a running tally of all the winners
If you have any questions, please ask them under the questions thread in this fan shot. We did something similar to this at LightHouse Hockey, the Islanders page for the First Isles Goal(FIG) every game.
I will try to add the FMR fanshot for every game, and may add all the games before each series.
Thanks and enjoy!
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