Archive for August, 2012

Who’s Hot, Who’s Not — Upper Minors: Of Course Wilmer Flores Is Still Raking!

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not — Upper Minors: Of Course Wilmer Flores Is Still Raking!

Welcome to Who’s Hot Who’s Not, where every Tuesday, we take a look at the hottest and coldest players from the upper minors (St. Lucie, Binghamton, Buffalo). Who’s Hot Wilmer Flores INF, Binghamton- Flores is just on fire right now. After earning himself an “Honorable Mention” on last week’s list, Flores has picked it up […]

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What If Selig Treated Mets The Way He Did Dodgers?

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What If Selig Treated Mets The Way He Did Dodgers?

Over a year ago the Dodgers and Mets were in deep financial distress when Commissioner Bud Selig strong armed Los Angeles owner Frank McCourt into selling the team by first taking financial control? He did so despite claims McCourt had worked out a regional television deal that might have eased most of the Dodgers’ problems. […]

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Roger Clemens and Mark McGwire – They Could Have Been Mets

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Roger Clemens and Mark McGwire – They Could Have Been Mets

    Whatever their legacy may be, there is no doubt that Roger Clemens and Mark McGwire were among the most dynamic, history-making, baseball players of their generation – and both easily could have been Mets. The Mets drafted Clemens out of high school in the twelfth round of the 1981 amateur draft, but did […]

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Perfect Scenario For Announcing Wright’s Extension

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Perfect Scenario For Announcing Wright’s Extension

In his most forceful comments to date, Mets GM Sandy Alderson, while speaking to season ticket holders yesterday expressed optimism about bringing back David Wright and R.A. Dickey. However, it must be noted optimism and guarantees are two different things. “I fully expect that David Wright and R.A. Dickey will be here not only next […]

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Waiver Blockbuster: Our Divide In One Trade

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Waiver Blockbuster: Our Divide In One Trade

By now, everybody is aware of one of the biggest waiver trades in recent memory. The Red Sox sent Adrian Gonzalez, Josh Beckett, Carl Crawford, Nick Punto and $11 milliion in cash to the LA Dodgers in exchange for James Loney, pitcher Allen Webster, infielder Ivan DeJesus Jr. and two players to be named. The […]

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Hairston Claimed On Waivers, Unlikely He’ll Be Traded

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Hairston Claimed On Waivers, Unlikely He’ll Be Traded

Jon Heyman reports that Scott Hairston has been claimed on trade waivers. Speculates that it could be Giants or Dodgers to block them. Meanwhile, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports says the claim put in on Hairston was designed to block him from another team, and is unlikely to be traded. The Mets could try and work […]

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Was Dodgers Deal A Missed Opportunity For Rebuilding Mets?

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Was Dodgers Deal A Missed Opportunity For Rebuilding Mets?

I alluded to it in an earlier post about Scott Hairston, but what are we doing here? What is the plan exactly? If we are rebuilding then why aren’t we acting like a team that is rebuilding? It’s obvious that we are not bulking up for a championship run. It’s also obvious we are not […]

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MMO Roundtable: Has This Team Quit On Terry Collins?

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MMO Roundtable: Has This Team Quit On Terry Collins?

Has this team quit on Terry Collins? Should he keep his job after the season? That was the question I posed to our mighty staff this morning as we consider Terry Collins’ performance this season, the recent collapse, and his future moving forward. Clare Lafferty – I think that the team is just like the […]

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Tovar 4-For-4 In Series Finale Win Over Portland

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Tovar 4-For-4 In Series Finale Win Over Portland

The Binghamton Mets played their final game of the 2012 season at Hadlock Field in Portland, Maine on Sunday afternoon, taking the rubber match by a score of five to three in extra innings over the Sea Dogs.  It was the thirteenth time the B-Mets beat the Double A Red Sox in 2012, winning the […]

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Mike Trout: What Could Have Been

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Mike Trout: What Could Have Been

Mike Trout is having a season for the ages. The kind of season that has baseball fans checking the box score in the newspaper to see what he did the night before, and team executives scratching their heads wondering how they missed on this kid. If you turned on ESPN last year, the only time […]

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