Archive for March, 2013

MMO Fantasy Rankings: Third Base

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MMO Fantasy Rankings: Third Base

Welcome to the first installment of a yet to be determined number of installments Satish and I will be putting together on fantasy rankings for the upcoming season. This piece, about the top ten third basemen, will be followed by Satish’s rankings of outfielders and starting pitching, while I will subsequently add relief pitchers, as […]

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Murphy In Batting Cage, Mejia Was Examined For A Thyroid Issue

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Murphy In Batting Cage, Mejia Was Examined For A Thyroid Issue

Updated by John Delcos at 10:00 AM Players hit in the cages this morning as it rained here. The weather here has been awful; rainy and chilly. Nothing sun drenched about PSL these days. Those hitting include Daniel Murphy, who took an injection for a strained intercostal muscle on his right side. Also on the injury […]

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Mets’ Ike Davis Doesn’t Make Team USA, Wasn’t Asked

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Mets’ Ike Davis Doesn’t Make Team USA, Wasn’t Asked

Updated by John Delcos on 3/6 at 9:15 AM Ike Davis was on the WBC reserve list but wasn’t asked when Mark Teixeira was injured. Teammate David Wright was keeping him posted. “I got a text from David,” Davis said. “He said (WBC manager) Joe Torre asked about me. I’m glad they thought of me.” When asked if Wright put in a good […]

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Morning Grind: What’s On Tap, Mets vs Venezuela, Good To Be Back

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Morning Grind: What’s On Tap, Mets vs Venezuela, Good To Be Back

Good morning from Port St. Lucie, where there’s a chill in the air and the sun is just coming up. Had dinner last night with a friend on the Mets’ beat and like most people I speak with in the media he’s not enthusiastic about them having a good season. Drove around a little last […]

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Terry Collins’ No-Win Situation

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When Terry Collins was introduced as Mets manager on November 23rd, 2010, he was far from the unanimous choice amongst those who cover the team.  Known more for his short temper and self-destructive ways than his managing prowess, many feared the aging skipper may not be up for the job. Two years later, the now […]

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Feliciano, Hawkins and Marcum Updates

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Feliciano, Hawkins and Marcum Updates

With Jenrry Mejia in New York for an exam, several other Mets pitchers took the mound today in a B game against Miami. We expect to get a full report on Mejia at some point tomorrow and I’ll post as soon as I hear something from John. For now, Sandy Alderson called it an “undisclosed medical issue.” […]

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Featured Post: A Banner Day For Me And My Mets!

An article by posted on March 5, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: A Banner Day For Me And My Mets!

So, my kids surprised me last night with a really early Mother’s Day gift – tickets to Banner Day! After ESPN’s decision to schedule the original May 26th date for Sunday Night Baseball, the Mets held a fan vote to allow fans to choose when Banner Day should be held and ended up moving the […]

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JOIN US NOW FOR A LIVE HANGOUT WITH RUSTY STAUB!

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JOIN US NOW FOR A LIVE HANGOUT WITH RUSTY STAUB!

LETS TALK METS BASEBALL WITH RUSTY STAUB! GOOGLE HANGOUT WITH RUSTY BEGINS AT 3:00 PM! WATCH IT ON METSMERIZED LIVE! Help raise awareness for the New York Police and Fire Widows’ and Children’s Benefit Fund. The charity was started by Rusty in 1985 to help the widow’s and children of New York first responders killed […]

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Why Mets Boycotts Are Idiotic And Pointless

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Why Mets Boycotts Are Idiotic And Pointless

My dad and I have never gone to a Mets game together before. Sure we’ve watched countless games on TV, been to see the Ducks and the Islanders, went to the Giants ticker-tape parade together, and have even caught a few Orioles games when we visit family in Maryland. But never have we both made […]

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The Feeling Is That Almost No Chance Johan Avoids The DL

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The Feeling Is That Almost No Chance Johan Avoids The DL

Things just keep getting worse and not better on the Johan Santana front. Andy Martino spoke to more than one team source and the consensus seems to be that Johan Santana will not be ready by Opening Day which totally wipes out Santana’s assertion that “he knows what he’s doing” and everything is okay. “I know […]

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Jeremy Hefner Wants To Be “The Man”

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Jeremy Hefner Wants To Be “The Man”

The latest on Johan Santana cane from manager Terry Collins who said that Johan Santana’s decision to throw a bullpen for the first time in 10 days, was “unnecessary” and said he “wished his ace handled himself differently.” Mike Kerwick of The Record quotes Collins who suggests that Santana needs to calm down and get […]

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