Archive for September, 2012

MMO Fan Shot: What Did You Do To Honor The First Responders Who Died On 9/11?

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MMO Fan Shot: What Did You Do To Honor The First Responders Who Died On 9/11?

I got to work about a half hour early this morning like I always do so I can have some coffee and catch up on my Mets. Like I usually do, I went to my favorites bar on Chrome and clicked on MMO. I was treated to a few touching posts about September 11th. None […]

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Pitching

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Pitching

Earned Run Average Ever since he was signed by the New York Mets as an International free agent in 2008 at the ripe old age of 17, Robles has done nothing, but impress every step of the way. Now in his fourth season as a pro, Robles has taken his performance to a whole other […]

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A Special Thanks To The Cyclones As Their Season Comes To An End

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A Special Thanks To The Cyclones As Their Season Comes To An End

The Brooklyn Cyclones’ season came to an end on Monday night as they lost the third and decisive game of the New York-Penn League Semi Finals to the Hudson Valley Renegades by the score of 2-0. As they’ve done to other teams all season long with their overpowering pitching, the Renegades turned the tables on the […]

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Dickey Looks For Win No. 19, Mets Offense Looks For Signs Of Life

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Dickey Looks For Win No. 19, Mets Offense Looks For Signs Of Life

Tuesday, September 11, 2012 • 7:10 PM Citi Field • Flushing, NY RHP Jordan Zimmermann (10-8, 2.99) vs. RHP R.A. Dickey (18-4, 2.64) Starting Lineup Ruben Tejada – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Ike Davis – 1B Mike Baxter – RF Jason Bay – LF Andres Torres – CF Josh Thole […]

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It Still Hurts…

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It Still Hurts…

Time does not heal all wounds. The pain of what happened on September 11th, 2001 has not subsided. We can put the tragedy of what took place on that day out of our minds, but we can never put it out of our hearts. Every single day, Americans are still dying because of 9/11. Their […]

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Mets Continue To Make History In A Breaking Bad Way

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Mets Continue To Make History In A Breaking Bad Way

The Mets officially have been eliminated from NL East title contention after losing to the Nationals 5-1 on Monday night. Collin McHugh started and only gave up five hits however three of them were home runs and accounted for all four Nationals runs. I’m not a pitching analyst by any stretch of the imagination, but […]

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Today In Mets History: Look Who’s No. 1

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Today In Mets History: Look Who’s No. 1

On September 10, 1969, the scoreboard said it all… “LOOK WHO’S NO. 1″ After trailing the Chicago Cubs by ten games on August 13th, the New York Mets made it all the way back, plus one, after a doubleheader sweep of the Montreal Expos. The Mets took the opener 3-2 in 12 innings. Jim McAndrew started […]

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Shortstop Ruben Tejada Has Been On A Downward Trend Since May

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Shortstop Ruben Tejada Has Been On A Downward Trend Since May

During last night’s FOX broadcast of the Mets/Braves game, Kevin Burkhardt mentioned that Ruben Tejada had been slumping in September and looks tired and out of gas. That’s been the consensus lately by some of the beat writers in the last two days as well, but this decline by Tejada goes back much further than […]

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Batting

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Batting

Batting Average T.J. Rivera led the Mets Minors with a .320 combined batting average this season between Low-A Savannah and High-A St. Lucie. Rivera was tearing it up at a .332/.396/.487 clip in 64 games with Savannah before he was promoted. He slowed down considerably after joining St. Lucie, but still batted a more than […]

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Random Thoughts After A Weekend To Forget…

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Random Thoughts After A Weekend To Forget…

Talk about about a depressing weekend at Citi Field… A three game sweep at the hands of the Atlanta Braves and the Mets one game away from tying the franchise record for the most consecutive games scoring three or less runs. A loss today to the Nationals and we’ll officially be in the throws of the worst […]

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