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Remember When We Were MetsMerized In 2006?

An article by posted on October 1, 2012 0 Comments
Remember When We Were MetsMerized In 2006?

Man, 2006 feels like so long ago now. That season was the most exciting one I have witnessed since the World Series run in 2000. The Mets were a juggernaut. We had swagger, power, pitching, speed. We had a attitude and everyone hated us, especially when Reyes, Delgado, and others would dance on the field. […]

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Young Strong In Mets Shutout Loss To The Braves, 2-0

An article by posted on September 29, 2012 0 Comments
Young Strong In Mets Shutout Loss To The Braves, 2-0

The Mets (73-85) lost to the Braves (92-66) by the score of 2-0 on Saturday evening in Atlanta. In an unsurprisingly impressive performance, Chris Young finished his season with the Mets on a high note. Why do I say unsurprisingly? With Young making his final start of the year without a hitch, he has shown […]

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Should The Mets Trade Jon Niese? No.

An article by posted on September 29, 2012 0 Comments
Should The Mets Trade Jon Niese? No.

Should the Mets trade Jonathon Niese? I don’t know why MetsBlog keeps putting this out there every month, but the answer is the same as it’s always been and that is NO. I just don’t understand this fascination they have with this silly and somewhat ignorant discussion. If the goal is to build from within, […]

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Baseball America Ranks Gavin Cecchini #12 In Appalachian League

An article by posted on September 29, 2012 0 Comments
Baseball America Ranks Gavin Cecchini #12 In Appalachian League

Baseball America named Gavin Cecchini,  the Mets’ top pick, the 12th overall pick this year, the number 12th ranked prospect in the Appalachian League for 2012. Matt Eddy wrote the following about the Mets shortstop prospect: He possesses the footwork, hands and range to be an average shortstop, but he’ll need to further develop his […]

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Mets Front Office Turned The Tables On The Players And The Fans

An article by posted on September 29, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Front Office Turned The Tables On The Players And The Fans

I was reading the excellent post by Joe D that was inspired by a statement from Metsie entitled, “Are The Players Turning The Tables On The Mets Front Office?” But I felt one key factor was missing from the summations made in the piece and on the comment thread that ensued. One chapter in Mets […]

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

An article by posted on September 28, 2012 0 Comments
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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Going, Going, Gone: Keith Trashes The Stache

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments

In front of a modest sized gathering at Citi Field, Keith Hernandez carried through on his promise and shaved his famous mustache in front of the Home Run Apple all in the name of charity. The entire event was webcast on SNY.tv and Ted Berg gave the blow-by-blow as one by one his whiskers were […]

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David Wright: Best Met Ever?

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
David Wright: Best Met Ever?

With his third inning single last night, David Wright became the Mets’ all-time hits leader.  He did so in more than 500 fewer games, nearly 600 fewer plate appearances, and more than 700 fewer ABs than the team’s previous leader, Ed Kranepool.  Ultimately, this most recent record only scratches the surface of David Wright’s accomplishments […]

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Hefner Blanks Pirates In 6-0 Mets Win, Wright Sets New Franchise Hit Record

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
Hefner Blanks Pirates In 6-0 Mets Win, Wright Sets New Franchise Hit Record

David Wright broke the Mets all-time hits record, and Jeremy Hefner pitched seven scoreless innings in the Mets 6-0 win Jeremy Hefner came out of the gate and had his game plan in full swing, dispatching hitters quickly and coaxing weak contact at any given chance. As opposed to Tuesday night when Colin McHugh was […]

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Wright Ties All-Time Mets Hit Record In 10-6 Loss To The Pirates

An article by posted on September 25, 2012 0 Comments
Wright Ties All-Time Mets Hit Record In 10-6 Loss To The Pirates

The Mets (70-83) lost to the Pirates (75-78) by the score of 10-6 on Tuesday evening at Citi Field. I have to be honest – I am low on energy tonight. So I apologize in advance if this is a little…lackluster. David’s face describes my mood. Kudos to him, though, as he tied the Mets […]

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