Archive for September, 2012

Chris Young On Mound As Mets Try To Take Series Against Braves

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Chris Young On Mound As Mets Try To Take Series Against Braves

Saturday, September 29, 2012 • 7:10 PM Turner Field • Atlanta, GA RHP Chris Young (4-8, 4.21) vs. LHP Mike Minor (10-10, 4.27) Starting Limeup Ruben Tejada – SS Andres Torres – CF David Wright – 3B Scott Hairston – RF Lucas Duda - 1B Jason Bay – LF Ronny Cedeno – 2B Mike Nickeas – […]

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Mets Caption Contest! Win A Free A&E Mets 50th Anniversary 10 DVD Boxed Set!

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Mets Caption Contest! Win A Free A&E Mets 50th Anniversary 10 DVD Boxed Set!

A&E Home Video Presents New York Mets 50th Anniversary DVD Boxed Set  A NEWLY RELEASED 10 DVD SET THAT CAPTURES ALL 50 YEARS OF AMAZIN’ METS BASEBALL! Product Description & Features Number of discs: 10 Run Time: Over 22 Hours This Collector’s Set is a must have for any Mets fan and features stunning, high […]

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Are The Players Turning The Tables On The Mets Front Office?

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Are The Players Turning The Tables On The Mets Front Office?

On Wednesday I posted this comment R.A. Dickey made regarding his thoughts on signing an extension with the Mets after this season: “If I don’t see them pursuing David hard,” Dickey said, “I think it would be a message to everybody that they’re content to spend the next five or six years rebuilding this organization. […]

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Mets Bullpen Continues To Keep Mets Fans On The Edge Of Their Seats

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Mets Bullpen Continues To Keep Mets Fans On The Edge Of Their Seats

The thought crossed everyone’s mind yesterday afternoon – I can’t believe the bullpen is going to blow this three run lead for Dickey. They flashed to Dickey very briefly, as he sat in the dugout during the ninth inning of yesterday’s game, with his twentieth victory hanging in the balance, and he looked about as […]

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Cash-Strapped Mets Will Unveil Wheeler In 2013, Just Not On Opening Day

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Cash-Strapped Mets Will Unveil Wheeler In 2013, Just Not On Opening Day

Aside from What many Mets fans believe, Zack Wheeler will not be in the starting rotation come opening day in 2013. The team is in no hurry to rush the youngster because we are not in prime position to win just yet. On Wednesday fellow MMO writers Mitch Petanick and Joe D. weighed in on why they believe he […]

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Describe The Mets 2012 Season In One Word

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Describe The Mets 2012 Season In One Word

Yesterday, I emailed our MMO staff and asked them to describe this 2012 New York Mets season in just one word. Fifteen of them replied… I took those words and dropped them into a graphic that kind of explains how we felt about this season. Is this a pretty good reflection of how you saw […]

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Dickey On Connection With Fans, Post Game Comments, Watch His 13 K’s,

An article by posted on September 28, 2012 0 Comments
Dickey On Connection With Fans, Post Game Comments, Watch His 13 K’s,

“It was as hard as its ever been to not get emotional. From the introductions to the last pitch… But we won the game and that’s all that matters… I want to get emotional. It’s hard, because of the season we’ve had. It’s hard to really sink into it knowing the season could have been different. But this moment transcends […]

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Game Preview: Niese Takes On Hudson As Mets Try To Play Spoiler Against Braves

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Game Preview: Niese Takes On Hudson As Mets Try To Play Spoiler Against Braves

Friday, September 28, 2012 • 7:35 PM Turner Field • Atlanta, GA LHP Jonathon Niese (12-9, 3.49) vs. RHP Tim Hudson (16-6, 3.61) Starting Lineup Ruben Tejada – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Ike Davis – 1B Scott Hairston – CF Lucas Duda – LF Mike Baxter – RF Josh Thole […]

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Our Resident Nostradamus Pondered 20 Wins and a No-Hitter Back In March

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Our Resident Nostradamus Pondered 20 Wins and a No-Hitter Back In March

All of you know one of our MMO elite, Ed Leyro. Ed always provides some incredible insight — along with a touch of humor — into his well researched posts for both MetsMerized and his own website Studious Metsimus. Anyone who knows him or has ever read one of his posts, knows the amount of […]

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Dickey Says He Has More Leverage, Calls Re-Signing Wright A Package Deal, Wants Commensurate Value

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
Dickey Says He Has More Leverage, Calls Re-Signing Wright A Package Deal, Wants Commensurate Value

I hate being right all the time… In a must-read article by Andy McCullough of The Star-Ledger, R.A. Dickey spoke out on his current contract and his upcoming contract status. Dickey made clear he wants “compensation commensurate with his production” these past three seasons. He also feels that he and third baseman David Wright are something of a […]

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Mets Post Game: Dickey Pulls Win Number 20 Out Of His Bag Of Tricks!

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Post Game: Dickey Pulls Win Number 20 Out Of His Bag Of Tricks!

In a season that has had such highs, and since July, mostly lows, one constant has been Robert Allen Dickey. He has had such a long journey both on and off the baseball diamond to get to where the 37-year old knuckleballer stands today: The best pitcher in the game this year and of course, […]

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From Left Field: Wright’s Homer Should (Hopefully) Seal His Future In NY

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
From Left Field: Wright’s Homer Should (Hopefully) Seal His Future In NY

David Wright has been called “unclutch” during his Mets career. That may be the case overall, but that certainly wasn’t the case today, as ne belted an opposite-field, three-run homer that proved the difference in securing R.A. Dickey his 20th win of the season. It’s fitting that the Mets unofficial captain came through in a […]

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