Archive for March, 2012

Mets Minors: 2012 Mets Prospect Predictions

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Mets Minors: 2012 Mets Prospect Predictions

As I gaze into my crystal ball for 2012, here’s a gander at what I see happening in the upcoming Mets Minor League season… Pitchers Most Wins: Collin McHugh Call this a bit of a bold selection, but for the first time in a long time I think the Mets have their best collection of offensive talent […]

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MMO 2012 Mets Annual Coming In April

An article by posted on March 19, 2012 0 Comments
MMO 2012 Mets Annual Coming In April

After years of tossing the idea around, we finally decided to take the proverbial plunge and bring to you what I can only describe as our Amazin’ Labor of Love… Without further adieu, I present to all of you the first look at the Mets Merized Online 2012 Mets Annual. This 2012 Annual will feature […]

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What Will The Mets Produce Next: A No-Hitter or A 20-Game Winner?

An article by posted on March 19, 2012 0 Comments
What Will The Mets Produce Next: A No-Hitter or A 20-Game Winner?

What do the Mets have a better chance of producing?  A no-hitter or a 20-game winner?  On the surface, the question appears to have a simple answer. Considering that the Mets have had five different pitchers produce a total of eight 20-win seasons (Tom Seaver accomplished the feat four times, while Jerry Koosman, Dwight Gooden, […]

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Rejuvenated Mets Owners Pay Off MLB and Bank of America Loans

An article by posted on March 19, 2012 0 Comments
Rejuvenated Mets Owners Pay Off MLB and Bank of America Loans

According to the New York Daily News, the Wilpons were quite busy this evening. They finished deals to sell 12 minority shares  - a $240 million cash infusion – and they have taken care of a few debts as well. One debt that the Wilpons paid back was their debt to the MLB. That full […]

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Mets Have Worst Spring Record In MLB, Does It Matter

An article by posted on March 19, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Have Worst Spring Record In MLB, Does It Matter

After yesterday’s loss to the Astros, the Mets have not won in their last nine Grapefruit League games. At 3-11, they have the worst spring record in the majors. On the bright side, with no game scheduled for today, there’s no chance that they can extend their winless streak to ten. This is certainly not […]

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Hefner and Puello Reassigned To Minor League Camp

An article by posted on March 18, 2012 0 Comments
Hefner and Puello Reassigned To Minor League Camp

After the game today, the Mets optioned Cesar Puello and Jeremy Hefner to minor league camp. The Mets now have 40 players in major league camp. Original Post 3/16 Add infielders Zach Lutz and Val Pascucci to the list of players that were reassigned to minor league camp. The Mets made the decision to cut them […]

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Pelfrey Continues To Be Awful, Mets Lose 9-5

An article by posted on March 18, 2012 0 Comments
Pelfrey Continues To Be Awful, Mets Lose 9-5

Mike Pelfrey continued his mighty struggles this spring as he failed to make it out of the third inning today. Summary: Today’s game was just about the opposite of that of yesterday’s. Instead of strong starters, both Pelfrey and Livan Hernandez got hit hard. Instead of all of the games runs being the fault of […]

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2012 Draft Sunday: Everybody Is Mocking The Mets

An article by posted on March 18, 2012 0 Comments
2012 Draft Sunday: Everybody Is Mocking The Mets

Here are a few mocks from some of our friends on the web on whom the Mets could select this June. Check it out! 12. New York Mets: Carlos Correa, SS, Puerto Rico Baseball Academy The Mets are in a tough situation in an NL East division that’s getting progressively tougher as the Phillies and Braves […]

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MMO Sunday Flashback: Gil Hodges: A Mets Legend, But Not A Dodger Great

An article by posted on March 18, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Sunday Flashback: Gil Hodges: A Mets Legend, But Not A Dodger Great

For this MMO Sunday Flashback, we go to July 24, 2010 when Ed Leyro was shocked to see Jamey Carroll step up to the plate for the Dodgers wearing No. 14.  What ensued after that, was this gem of an article. Enjoy… * * * * * * * * On Friday night, I sat down to […]

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Recap: Niese Strong, But Bullpen Buckles In 3-2 Loss

An article by posted on March 17, 2012 0 Comments
Recap: Niese Strong, But Bullpen Buckles In 3-2 Loss

The luck of the Irish was apparently not on the side of the Amazin’s today as the bullpen failed to capitalize on a dominant performance by Jon Niese. Summary: Jon Niese and the Mets took the field today donning green jerseys in honor of St. Patty’s Day. Niese and the Braves’ Kris Medlen were locked in a […]

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Will We See Johan Santana on the Mound for Opening Day?

An article by posted on March 17, 2012 0 Comments
Will We See Johan Santana on the Mound for Opening Day?

Before yesterdays outing against the Detroit Tigers, Mets fans alike were seeing a healthy Johan Santana coming back strong and healthy.  His stats from his first two outings were telling us that things were going well and maybe we might soon see the Santana of old (calm, cool, and dominant). In his first two starts […]

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