Archive for September, 2012

Mets Dealt A 5-1 Loss By The Redbirds

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Mets Dealt A 5-1 Loss By The Redbirds

The Mets (64-72) lost to the Cardinals (74-62) by the score of 5-1 on Tuesday evening at Busch Stadium. 0-14 with RISP so far this series will win you no games. Harvey was the man on the mound for the Mets and looked like he was uncomfortable out there. Although, admittedly, the only Met that looked […]

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Should The Mets Trade Dickey And Wright?

An article by posted on September 4, 2012 0 Comments
Should The Mets Trade Dickey And Wright?

There was an interesting article by Joel Sherman in the NY Post this past Sunday. He argues that the only way the Mets can cure their woes, is by trading R.A. Dickey and David Wright for a bunch of prospects. Really Joel? Just up and trade the two reasons why Mets fans still watch the […]

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Mets Call-Ups Are With The Team And Ready To Play Tonight

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Mets Call-Ups Are With The Team And Ready To Play Tonight

The New York Mets today recalled outfielder Jordany Valdespin, righthanded pitchers Elvin Ramirez, Jenrry Mejia and Jeurys Familia from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League. The club also selected the contracts of lefthanded pitcher Justin Hampson and outfielder Fred Lewis from Buffalo. Everyone will be available for tonight’s game. Valdespin will wear uniform #1, Ramirez will wear #62, Mejia will wear […]

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Wright Wants To Remain A Met: “Not A Single Complaint”

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Wright Wants To Remain A Met: “Not A Single Complaint”

According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, All-Star third baseman David Wright badly wants to remain in Flushing for life. Wright has indicated multiple times his interest in staying with the Mets, but this time around it was a bit more direct. Here are some highlights of Heyman’s column: “I’m extremely optimistic,” he said. “I’ve really enjoyed […]

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Happy Birthday To No. 31, Mike Piazza

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Happy Birthday To No. 31, Mike Piazza

 HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MIKE PIAZZA! Over the years, we’ve had many posts on MMO about Mike Piazza. So many unforgettable stories, inspiring quotes and wonderful memories about a player who touched so many lives. In an MMO interview with Mike Piazza by Jim Mancari, we learned that Piazza’s faith played a significant role in his life both on and […]

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Wilfredo Tovar, Dustin Martin Lead End-Of Season Hot List!

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Wilfredo Tovar, Dustin Martin Lead End-Of Season Hot List!

The regular season is over for all three upper minors teams. That means no more baseball for the Bisons and B-Mets, and a best-of-three divisional series for the St. Lucie team. Let’s take a look at who finished up the season strong, and who didn’t. Who’s Hot!!! Wilfredo Tovar 2B, Binghamton- Tovar had a strong […]

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The Baltimore Orioles Are Defying Baseball Logic

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The Baltimore Orioles Are Defying Baseball Logic

It’s September 4th, and the Orioles find themselves one game out of first place in the American League East. That statement, on it’s own, isn’t too ridiculous. It’s when you start looking at the stats that make that statement look ridiculous. The Orioles are not a good baseball team according to the stats. In fact, […]

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The 2013 Mets Keepers: Jon Niese Makes The Grade

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The 2013 Mets Keepers: Jon Niese Makes The Grade

Jon Niese, 25, is enjoying the best season of his young career. He has grown and developed into a more complete pitcher as he looks to wrap up his 3rd full season in the Majors. He is beginning to look like a very solid rotation option for us going forward. Niese is potentially on his […]

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Mets Should Take Notice Of Marlins Heading Into Offseason

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Mets Should Take Notice Of Marlins Heading Into Offseason

For those of you who think stocking up on big ticket free agents should be cognizant of what happened in Miami if they believe that is the way to go in building a team. A look at the Red Sox would do them good, too. It’s not about spending the money, but spending it wisely. […]

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Wright Is Batting .246 Since The All-Star Break

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Wright Is Batting .246 Since The All-Star Break

One of the bright spots in this Mets roller coaster season has been the resurgence and leadership of All-Star third baseman David Wright. His .400 average through nearly the first two months of the season, and the MVP talk alongside Andrew McCutchen and Joey Votto in early July, gave fans something to get behind in addition to […]

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