Archive for January, 2012

2012 HOF Preview: Larkin Looks Like A Lock, Bagwell Getting Little Support

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2012 HOF Preview: Larkin Looks Like A Lock, Bagwell Getting Little Support

Baseball Think Factory is keeping track of the Hall of Fame voting by tallying results from writers who have made their ballots public. So far, after 81 known BBWAA ballots only one player has been named on 75 percent of the ballots; Barry Larkin. What’s even more interesting is to see how far Mark McGwire […]

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Ty Cobb’s Consecutive .300 Seasons.

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A Look At “Unbreakable” Records: Ty Cobb’s Consecutive .300 Seasons.

It’s pretty safe to assume that Ty Cobb was one of the best hitters to ever play Major League Baseball. If you’re not convinced, you can take a look at the statistics that he put up during his 24-season professional career: .367 average (1st all time), 2246 runs scored (2nd all time), 4191 hits (2nd […]

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2012 Baseball Predictions: Fred Wilpon Is Next Frank McCourt

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2012 Baseball Predictions: Fred Wilpon Is Next Frank McCourt

I thought I’d share some interesting 2012 predictions from Joe Sheenan of Sports Illustrated, who lists Wilpon among some his prophecies. 1. The Marlins won’t get a playoff spot for their money. The Marlins committed $191 million over six years to Jose Reyes, Mark Buehrle and Heath Bell, then fell short in their pitches to C.J. Wilson and Albert Pujols. That […]

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Springsteen Might Perform At Citi Field

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Springsteen Might Perform At Citi Field

According to Stan Goldstein, the notable Bruce Springsteen biographer and author, “The Boss” may be performing at Citi Field for at least one night during their 2012 World Tour which is set to begin in May following the release of their new album and end in the fall when the band returns to the United […]

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10 Most Pressing Questions For The Mets In 2012

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Anthony DiComo of MLB.com takes a look at 10 questions facing the Mets in 2012. Here are five of them: Will the Mets remain intact as currently constructed? Top prospects aside, everyone else on the roster is fair game for trades. Should the Mets stumble out to a poor start in what’s shaping up to […]

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Braun Not Expected To Win His Appeal

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Braun Not Expected To Win His Appeal

An MLB official told Tom Haudricourt of the Journal-Sentinel that there’s little to no chance that 2011 MVP Ryan Braun will win his appeal of a 50-game suspension for using a banned substance. Braun’s appeal of that positive drug test and pending 50-game suspension will be heard later this month. Braun proclaimed his innocence after results of […]

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Mets Winter Blood Drive At Citi Field

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Mets Winter Blood Drive At Citi Field

The Mets will host their annual Winter Blood Drive for the New York Blood Center on Thursday, January 5, in Citi Field’s Caesars Club from 10 am to 5 pm (Hodges VIP Entrance). Parking is available in Lot G located on 126th Street. Donors must be 17 years of age (16 with parental permission), weigh […]

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Where Will Prince Fielder Land?

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Happy New Year Everyone!  With not a whole lot to talk about today, I’ve got something to talk about.  Where will Prince Fielder land? It’s really surprising to see that Fielder has not signed yet.  We expected Fielder to ramp up his negotiations after Albert Pujols signed with the Los Angeles Angels. However, it appears that he […]

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My Best Mets Moments Of 2011

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My Best Mets Moments Of 2011

Yes, there were some forgettable moments in 2011, but they weren’t all bad. These were five of my favorite moments last season. Best Moment #5 The Mets beat the Phillies 2-1 in a 14 inning nail-biter at Citizens Bank Park. But the best moment of the night came in the middle of the game when the […]

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