Clayton Collier

Clayton Collier, a senior editor for MMO, is a Journalism major with a minor in Broadcasting at Seton Hall University. He is also a staff member at 89.5 WSOU, Seton Hall's modern active rock radio station. Following him on Twitter: @Clayton_Collier or E-maili him at MaybeNextYearMets@yahoo.com

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Don’t Jump On The Bay Bandwagon Just Yet

An article by posted on June 23, 2011 0 Comments
Don’t Jump On The Bay Bandwagon Just Yet

In the last week or so, Jason Bay has looked like his old all-star form. Yes, he has looked exponentially better at the plate, blasting one, nearly two, home runs against the A’s Tuesday night, but if you look at his split stats over his disappointing tenure as a Met, you will see a common theme […]

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Could Ike’s Injury Have Cost Him An All-Star Appearance?

An article by posted on June 20, 2011 0 Comments
Could Ike’s Injury Have Cost Him An All-Star Appearance?

It may seem like a distant memory at this point, but earlier this season, before the unfortunate collision with David Wright that has left him in a boot for the past month, Ike Davis was off to one hell of a season. If Wright had not barreled into Davis in Colorado, especially now after Albert Pujols out with a broken arm, could the […]

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David Wright Begins Baseball Activities

An article by posted on June 20, 2011 0 Comments

Mets slugger David Wright played catch and took some ground balls from his knees yesterday, a welcomed first step in his recovery process. This was the first baseball-related activity Wright has done since going on the DL in Mid-May. [blackbirdpie url="http://twitter.com/#!/ESPNNewYork/status/82570185525039105"] Wright said afterwords that he “felt good” and he will see a doctor late in the week […]

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Pelfrey Pitches Much Better With A Veteran Backstop

An article by posted on June 19, 2011 0 Comments

Mike Pelfrey has not exactly been consistent over the past one and a half seasons, but more often than not, when Pelfrey is locked in and pitching well, 60 feet, 6 inches away is a veteran backstop calling the game. Pelfrey has always been a pitcher that has trouble stopping the bleeding once the going […]

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Gary Carter Rushed To ER Last Night

An article by posted on June 18, 2011 0 Comments
Gary Carter Rushed To ER Last Night

Another scary moment for the Carter family last night as Hall-Of-Fame catcher Gary Carter was rushed to the hospital last night for severe coughing which was eventually diagnosed as bronchitis and released early this morning.  According to Mike Mazzeo of ESPN, Carter’s daughter Kimmy said that: there was speculation that Carter might have blood clotting or pneumonia. […]

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Reyes Could Break Ichiro’s Single-Season Hits Record

An article by posted on June 17, 2011 0 Comments
Reyes Could Break Ichiro’s Single-Season Hits Record

As we all are fully aware, Reyes has become more and more of a realistic contender for the 2011 MVP award with each passing ballgame. The speedster is leading the league in runs, triples, batting average, multi-hit games and most importantly, hits. Reyes’ hit totals have reached such astonishing numbers that he could very well break […]

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With Jeter Now On The DL, 3,000th Hit Will Likely Come At Citi Field

An article by posted on June 15, 2011 0 Comments
With Jeter Now On The DL, 3,000th Hit Will Likely Come At Citi Field

If you have been watching any major news outlet in the past few weeks, then you know that Yankee Captain Derek Jeter has been inching closer and closer to becoming the 28th player in MLB history to reach 3,000 hits for his career. Now with a DL stint, Jeter’s moment of immortality will be put on hold […]

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Morning Grind: Mets Pitchers Have Been Terrible On Offense, Even For A Pitcher

An article by posted on June 15, 2011 0 Comments
Morning Grind: Mets Pitchers Have Been Terrible On Offense, Even For A Pitcher

Mets pitchers in 2011 have just been pathetic at the plate. Yes, pitchers are suppose to be “the easy out” in the lineup, and more often than not, they are retired, but not at the pitiful rate the Mets pitching staff has. Mets pitchers are batting a collective .073 with 5 walks compared to 55 punchouts in 123 at-bats. The Mets pitcher’s […]

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Baseball Considers Eliminating Divisions

An article by posted on June 12, 2011 0 Comments

According to Buster Olney of ESPN, the idea of a realignment is being mulled over in which the current six divisions would be eliminated, and instead have simply the two leagues. Olney broke the story on his twitter saying: In the midst of labor talks, possibility of realignment,with two 15-team leagues,has been raised The idea […]

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What Happened To The Old Ballgame

An article by posted on June 10, 2011 0 Comments
What Happened To The Old Ballgame

Baseball has become an utter shell of what it once was, and that thought eats away at me every day. If Legends such as Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Willie Mays, Cy Young, Satchel Paige and Walter Johnson were playing today, the present stars would be footnotes, bench players or even in the minor leagues. Today all the players care about […]

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