Archive for September, 2012

MMO Fan Shot: Patience is a Virtue? Not In Flushing It’s Not…

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MMO Fan Shot: Patience is a Virtue? Not In Flushing It’s Not…

We have all heard the phrase good things come to those that wait, but the phrase really only works if you seem to have a plan for the future that you intend to wait for. Patience works if you have a plan. But I see no plan at work with this organization. Many have tried […]

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MMO Fair or Foul: Are You Still With 28?

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MMO Fair or Foul: Are You Still With 28?

Here’s an interesting debate to toss around this morning after reading a column by Rich Couthino of CBS Sports. Rich writes: I believe it is far from a slam dunk that Daniel Murphy will be back here playing second base for a number of reasons. First of all, a .290 batting average with only 5 homers and […]

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Brooklyn Falls To Hudson Valley 8-1, Winner Takes All Game Tonight!

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Brooklyn Falls To Hudson Valley 8-1, Winner Takes All Game Tonight!

It was a tough afternoon for the Cyclones, who played Game 2 of their playoff series with the Hudson Valley Renegades on Sunday afternoon, and fell by the score of 8-1. This game got underway on Sunday afternoon because of a rain delay on Saturday, by the way. Luis Mateo took the mound for the […]

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Could Gregerson and Andrus Be Trade Targets For Mets This Winter?

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Could Gregerson and Andrus Be Trade Targets For Mets This Winter?

With the season entering its last few weeks, there are few things left for Mets fans to be excited about. Of course there are exceptions such as Dickey’s run at the Cy Young award and getting to see some of the younger players, such as Jeurys Familia and Matt Harvey. The focus, for the most […]

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MMO Prospect Pulse: Hansel Robles Is One To Watch

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MMO Prospect Pulse: Hansel Robles Is One To Watch

What an amazing game by Hansel Robles last night who tossed a complete game shutout and struck out ten batters to defeat the Hudson Valley Renegades 4-0 and take Game One of the Semi Final round of the New York Penn League Championship Series. Mets Merized Online’s Peter Shapiro who has been raving about Robles […]

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SPECIAL OFFER: R.A. DICKEY 3-PACK TICKET DEAL STARTING AT $43

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SPECIAL OFFER: R.A. DICKEY 3-PACK TICKET DEAL STARTING AT $43

METS LAUNCH R.A. DICKEY 3-PACK TICKET OFFER STARTING AT ONLY $43 DOLLARS! Catch Dickey’s Start Tomorrow Night as He Goes for 19th Win! Plus Two More Games at Citi Field! Special $19 Dynamic Deal for Tomorrow Night’s Game Packs Are Available at Mets.com/RA or (718) 507-TIXX FLUSHING, N.Y., September 10, 2012 – The New York […]

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Parnell Hands Braves The 3-2 Win As Mets Get Swept At Home

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Parnell Hands Braves The 3-2 Win As Mets Get Swept At Home

Bobby Parnell allowed the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning as the Atlanta Braves beat the Mets 3-2 to sweep the series at Citi Field as the Mets’ woes at home continue. Parnell was his usual self in these late game settings, allowing a leadoff single to Martin Prado followed by two […]

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Harvey To Make Last Start September 18, Mejia To Replace Him In Rotation

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Harvey To Make Last Start September 18, Mejia To Replace Him In Rotation

Terry Collins told reporters that Matt Harvey’s final start of the season will be on September 18. The rookie right-hander’s next start will come this Wednesday against the Nationals at Citi Field. It was initially going to be a marquis match-up between Stephen Strasburg and Harvey, but the Nationals decided on Friday that they would shut their phenom down for the […]

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If Not In New York, Then Where For David Wright?

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If Not In New York, Then Where For David Wright?

A few days back, a group of friends and myself spent Labor Day weekend having fun and talking sports, as per the usual. The topic of the Mets came up with the normal insults being thrown around by the Yankee fans and us few Met fans valiantly trying to defend what little the team has, […]

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Trades From The Past: Rusty Staub for Mickey Lolich?

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Trades From The Past: Rusty Staub for Mickey Lolich?

In 1975, Rusty Staub had his best season ever for the Mets, batting .282/.371/.448 with 30 doubles, 19 home runs and 105 RBI. Then, in the offseason, for reasons few fans could understand, the Mets traded Staub to Detroit for veteran lefthanded pitcher Mickey Lolich. Actually, the trade was Staub and AAA pitcher Bill Laxton […]

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