Archive for December, 2011

Angels To Sign Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson

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Angels To Sign Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson

Wow, hang onto your checkbooks, the Los Angeles Angels have just agreed to a deal with Albert Pujols that is worth a reported ten years and $250-260MM according to Tim Brown of Yahoo Sports. The deal includes a full no-trade clause. Pujols, 32, was drafted by the Cardinals in 1999 and it’s been the only team he’s known […]

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Trading Parnell Is Reminiscent Of When Mets Traded Heath Bell

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Trading Parnell Is Reminiscent Of When Mets Traded Heath Bell

Adam Rubin of ESPN reports that the Mets were debating the idea of trading Bobby Parnell to an unspecified team for a starting position player. On Tuesday, the Mets drastically revamped their bullpen, adding Jon Rauch, Ramon Ramirez and Frank Francisco to handle the closing and setup duties. The three new additions to the pen could make Parnell, Beato and Acosta expendable. Trading […]

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Lets Help Make The Mets Holiday Coat Drive A Big Hit!

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Lets Help Make The Mets Holiday Coat Drive A Big Hit!

Hi Everyone, Right now, thousands of people in the New York City area need warm coats. Please donate your used coats to help those less fortunate and in need this holiday season. They need coats for children as well as adults, so if you can help, please do by donating these used coats on December […]

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MMO Fan Shot: My Tribute To Jose Reyes

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MMO Fan Shot: My Tribute To Jose Reyes

I still remember the day Jose Reyes began his Mets career. June 10, 2003. It was my 20th birthday. Reyes was 19, one day shy of turning 20 himself. He was the first major leaguer I ever saw who was born after me. This would become part of his lure to me and my younger […]

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Sandy Does Dallas

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Sandy Does Dallas

I understand the fans’ dismay over the Mets losing Jose Reyes, but I believe it has more to do with the disarray the team is in more than losing the player itself. Reyes’ departure is emblematic to the degree of how far the Mets fell since the 2006 playoffs. The fact is Reyes makes his […]

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K-Rod Stuns Brewers, Accepts Arbitration

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K-Rod Stuns Brewers, Accepts Arbitration

Tom Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, is reporting that former Met Francisco Rodriguez accepted the Brewers’ offer of salary arbitration on Wednesday night. K-Rod had a $13.5 million dollar salary in 2011, and considering his solid season, he should fare well in arbitration. According to MLB rules, he cannot make less than 80% of […]

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Trade For Niese Unlikely Tonight, But Things Could Change Quickly

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8:00 PM Andy Martino of the Daily News, asked two Mets officials if Jonathan Niese would get traded tonight. They responded that it was unlikely, but warned that things could change very quickly. Martino also said he believes just about every Met is being dangled, except for R.A. Dickey. A source told him that Dickey is unlikely […]

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Reyes Says Mets Didn’t Want Him, Alderson Says He Should Have Sent Chocolate

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Reyes Says Mets Didn’t Want Him, Alderson Says He Should Have Sent Chocolate

Jose Reyes didn’t mince words today when speaking to reporters after being introduced as the new Marlins new shortstop. Here are a few quotes from ESPN New York: On whether he was surprised that Mets were not more aggressive:  “During the season, you guys know, I always say I want to go back to play […]

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A Fond Farewell To No. 7

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A Fond Farewell To No. 7

No matter what you thought of the loss of Jose Reyes to the Miami Marlins, I think we can all agree on one thing: that Reyes was the best shortstop, infielder, and position player the Mets have ever developed. No Met ever swiped more bases or had more triples. His enthusiasm, passion and love for […]

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Even The Believers Stop Believing At Some Point

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Even The Believers Stop Believing At Some Point

Before I start, I have to admit to my bias. I have lost a lot of faith in the direction of the franchise. It is well defined at this point and it is not the way I would handle things. There was a glimmer of hope in all of us that really felt in the […]

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