Archive for October, 2011

Yu Darvish over Jose Reyes?

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Yu Darvish over Jose Reyes?

This offseason the expectation is that Japan’s Nippon Ham Fighters will post Yu Darvish. All 30 MLB teams will have the chance to submit bids for his services. Ever since Darvish name really became well known in America scouts have been raving about his talents. I’ve heard people say he could very well be one […]

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Johan Santana Will Finish Rehab Program Saturday

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Johan Santana Will Finish Rehab Program Saturday

The New York Mets announced today that lefthanded pitcher Johan Santana will finish his active rehabilitation program for the year on Saturday, October 8, when the Mets’ 2011 Instructional League concludes.  Santana threw 4.0 innings in an Instructional League game on Friday, September 30, but will not see any further Instructional League game action. He […]

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Mets Rescale Ticket Pricing For 2012

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The New York Mets today announced they have rescaled ticket pricing at Citi Field, leading to lower prices for the majority of Season Ticket Holders for 2012.  No Season Ticket Holder will see an increase in their invoice for next season.  Season Ticket Holders will also receive new early renewal incentives and season-long benefits. The […]

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No Thanks To C.J.

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As I slowly get myself back into the mix here at MMO, I’m starting to realize there is an absolutely ridiculous campaign going on for the Mets to pursue C.J. Wilson in free agency. I think what bothers me the most about where our fan base is right now is the love affair with doing […]

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From Left Field: Who Are You Rooting For This Postseason?

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From Left Field: Who Are You Rooting For This Postseason?

Well, as we all know, our beloved New York Mets have missed the playoffs for the fifth straight season. I’m not sure about many of you, but even with the Mets done for the year, I still watch a ton of postseason baseball. There have been some great games so far, and it’s looking like […]

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And Here’s To You, Mr. Alderson

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And Here’s To You, Mr. Alderson

Mr. Alderson (Sing to the tune of Mrs. Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel) And here’s to you, Mr. Alderson Freddie loves you more than you will know (Wo, wo, wo) Cut payroll please, Mr. Alderson It doesn’t really matter how we play (Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey) We’d like to have you spend a lot […]

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Florida State League Top Prospects: Matt Harvey #2, Wilmer Flores #20

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Florida State League Top Prospects: Matt Harvey #2, Wilmer Flores #20

Baseball America released their Florida State League Top 20 Prospects and Mets pitching prospect Matt Harvey was ranked at #2 while infielder Wilmer Flores closed out the list at #20. Matt Harvey had a tremendous campaign for the Mets in 2011. The big right-hander started out in St. Lucie and went 8-2 with a 2.37 ERA and […]

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Arizona Fall League Opens

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Arizona Fall League Opens

The Arizona Fall League starts it’s 2011 season today, and the Mets have changed their minds on several player assignments to their affiliated team the Peoria Javelinas. They have assigned outfielder Juan Lagares, third-baseman Jefry Marte, and shortstop Wilfredo Tovar, as was previously announced. The Mets have also sent to Arizona, catcher Juan Centeno who spent the 2011 […]

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Should The Mets Sign C.J. Wilson Instead Of Jose Reyes?

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Should The Mets Sign C.J. Wilson Instead Of Jose Reyes?

Looking over the stats, the Mets had one of the better offensive clubs in the National League, but also put together just about the worst pitching staff. With everyone speculating every which way to acquire pitching while re-signing Jose Reyes, I say: If the Mets really need pitching THAT badly -which they do-, why not let Reyes walk and sign C.J. Wilson instead? […]

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As Brewers Take 2-0 Lead In NLDS, GM Melvin Comes Down Hard On Sabermetrics

An article by posted on October 3, 2011 0 Comments
As Brewers Take 2-0 Lead In NLDS, GM Melvin Comes Down Hard On Sabermetrics

As the Brewers find themselves with a 2-0 lead in the NLDS and on the verge of advancing to the NLCS, consider these comments General Manager Doug Melvin made two weeks ago regarding sabermetrics. “I think there’s a point where people are looking to find the new stat. It’s like going into a science lab […]

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