Archive for July, 2013

David Wright: It’s Time To See Which Players Are Part Of Our Future

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David Wright: It’s Time To See Which Players Are Part Of Our Future

Seven-time All-Star third baseman David Wright checked in with MMO before Game 2 of the Mets’ three-game series against the Giants tonight, to share his thoughts about playing in the All-Star Game at Citi Field, the National League’s chances for the Home Run Derby, all these crazy extra inning games, and what’s in store for […]

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PED Scandal Creates Double Standard

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PED Scandal Creates Double Standard

With the potential for suspensions to be brought down on superstars like Alex Rodriguez, and Ryan Braun as well as several other prominent players, I am reminded of the double standard that exists in today’s world when it comes to sports. The steroid era changed everything. When it all began to unravel, the media lead […]

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For the Birds

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For the Birds

You’re late. My (bloodshot) eyes dropped, not in shame, but in search of explanation. My iPhone read 10:54 a.m. Where have you been? No excuses, I thought. I am sorry. I flat out overslept. I was up until 3:45 a.m. Are you sick? No. Why were you up so late? You wouldn’t understand. Amuse me. […]

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Recker And Byrd Homer To Lift Mets Past Giants

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Recker And Byrd Homer To Lift Mets Past Giants

It was déjà vu all over again to start Game 2 of the Mets’ three-game series against the Giants. The Giants took an early 2-0 off Dillon Gee. This time the Giants scored on an Anthony Recker error trying to catch Brandon Belt stealing that scored Hunter Pence and a poor fielder’s choice by Daniel […]

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Players Connected To BioGenesis Set To Be Suspended

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Players Connected To BioGenesis Set To Be Suspended

T.J. Quinn and Mike Fish of ESPN  are reporting that the MLB is set to suspend a number of players connected to the BioGenesis clinic, headlined by Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Braun. The suspensions are set to take place post-AS Break. Braun has become vilified in the media because of his attitude towards this whole investigation, […]

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Mets at Giants: Satin Gets Nod At 1B, Gee Looks To Keep Rolling

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Mets at Giants: Satin Gets Nod At 1B, Gee Looks To Keep Rolling

New York Mets (38-48) at San Francisco Giants (40-48) Tuesday 7/9, 10:15 PM ET at AT&T Park Dillon Gee (6-7, 4.45) vs Barry Zito (4-6, 4.44) Starting Lineup Eric Young, Jr.  – CF Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Marlon Byrd – RF Josh Satin – 1B Andrew Brown – LF Anthony Recker – C Omar Quintanilla […]

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Marcum Out For The Season, Will Have Surgery To Repair Blocked Artery

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Marcum Out For The Season, Will Have Surgery To Repair Blocked Artery

Ed Coleman first reported on WFAN that starting pitcher Shaun Marcum is done for the year. ”It hasn’t been announced here today, but it’s coming shortly. He’s pitched his last game with the Mets” True enough, Marc Carig of Newsday has confirmed the news and is reporting that Marcum has been diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, and will have […]

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Mets To Release Brandon Lyon

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Mets To Release Brandon Lyon

The New York Mets have requested to put right-handed reliever Brandon Lyon on unconditional release waivers. The team recently made the announcement through their official Twitter page stating, The #Mets asked for unconditional release waivers for RHP Brandon Lyon. — New York Mets (@Mets) July 9, 2013 If Lyon accepts, he will become a free […]

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Marlins Prepping Huge Offseason Extension For Stanton, Wont Trade Him Unless He Declines

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Marlins Prepping Huge Offseason Extension For Stanton, Wont Trade Him Unless He Declines

Maybe this news from Marlins beat writer Joe Frisaro will put to bed any further Giancarlo Stanton to the Mets rumblings, but don’t count on it. On Saturday, the Marlins dealt Ricky Nolasco to the Dodgers for three pitching prospects, and according to Frisaro the move was expected because he is eligible for free agency […]

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Last Night’s Met Game Was Epic In More Ways Than One

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Last Night’s Met Game Was Epic In More Ways Than One

Last night was some of the best fun I’ve had all season watching a Mets game. The best part of it for me, in addition to the  drama of the marathon itself, was connecting with the many Met fans who take to twitter for every game. It’s a great little world within a world of […]

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