Archive for April, 2012

Mets Slash Ticket Prices For Opening Day

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Mets are still trying to push ticket sales for Opening Day and are offering these new lower prices via email to some potential ticket buyers. Metropolitan Box was $175. Now $169. Field Box Silver was $175. Now $153. Baseline Silver was $99. Now $95. Caesars Box was $100. Now $90. Baseline Box was $95. Now […]

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Last Chance To Win A Free Pair Of Tickets To See The Mets Next Week!

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Last Chance To Win A Free Pair Of Tickets To See The Mets Next Week!

Hey Mets fans! What better way to kick off our eight season season of covering the New York Mets than by giving away a Free Pair of Tickets for the Tuesday, April 10th game against Davey Johnson, Ryan Zimmerman, Stephen Strasburg and the Washington Nationals! Thanks to our 2012 Ticket Partners: Seatcrew.com is a brand new, […]

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Mets And Niese Agree On 5-Year Extension Worth $25M

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Mets And Niese Agree On 5-Year Extension Worth $25M

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, The Mets and Jon Niese have agreed to terms on a five-year, $25.5 million dollar contract extension. It also includes a sixth-year team option for $10 million and a seventh-year team option for $10.5 million, meaning Niese could potentially earn as much as $46 million over seven seasons. Niese was set […]

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Mets Lose Josh Stinson On Waivers

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Mets Lose Josh Stinson On Waivers

Josh Stinson is now an ex-Met. He was claimed off waivers by the Milwaukee Brewers. The 23-year-old righty reliever was the Mets 37th round pick in the 2006 player draft. He reached the majors last September appearing in 14 games for the Mets in relief. He was placed on waivers along with Armando Rodriguez to […]

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Mets Over/Under’s: The RBI Edition

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Mets Over/Under’s: The RBI Edition

Who will lead this years team in RBI for the 2012 season? That’s a tough question to answer since none of the big boys played a full season in 2011 except for Jason Bay. Whether or not you still consider him a middle of the order bat or not, he has had a few 100+ […]

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My Quibble With The Schedule Makers And Opening Day Word Play

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My Quibble With The Schedule Makers And Opening Day Word Play

This is just a quick annoyance of mine, but I had to get it off my chest. Hey, schedule makers! I have a bone to pick with you. I am this close to challenging you all to a match at Wrestleman… Whoops. I think I will try the more traditional way of approaching this. If […]

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Mets Over/Under’s: Starting Rotation Win Totals

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The Mets starting rotation has been virtually the same group over the past few seasons. Most of these starters have seen their win totals fluctuate wildly over that time. Some have had drastic drops or increases in performance and that makes it difficult to predict what you can realistically expect from them each season. Below are some […]

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D3Po Speaks Bocce At BP: 411 On Edgin, Nimmo, ‘Spin, More…

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D3Po Speaks Bocce At BP: 411 On Edgin, Nimmo, ‘Spin, More…

Mets Vice President of Player Development and Amateur Scouting Paul DePodesta, participated in a chat yesterday over at Baseball Prospectus. DePo fielded a variety of great reader submitted questions ranging from Moneyball to the new CBA with plenty of dope on many of the Mets prospects. Brian (PA): What are Josh Edgins chances of making the club […]

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Happy Birthday To The Quiet Man From Indiana

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Happy Birthday To The Quiet Man From Indiana

It was early April. The rosters were set and Opening Day was hours away. Unexpectedly the Mets exhibition game against the Expos was cancelled due to a players strike. With a free afternoon and nothing to do, the Mets manager and some of his coaches decided to walk across the street and play a round […]

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Pelfrey Strong Again, I’m Hallucinating, And Ike Davis Walks Off For The Mets In A 7-6 Win

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Pelfrey Strong Again, I’m Hallucinating, And Ike Davis Walks Off For The Mets In A 7-6 Win

Kudos to Mike Pelfrey who looked sharp in his last spring tune-up on the route to a walk-off victory for the Mets over the Skankees, 7-6. Summary Either I am going crazy or Mike Pelfrey has actually been pitching better since the last time I yelled at him in a recap. Much appreciated Big Pelf […]

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