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And Then There Was One…The Almost Opening Day Roster

An article by posted on March 28, 2011 0 Comments

With today’s news that Luis Hernandez, Nick Evans and Pat Misch were placed on waivers, the opening day roster is essentially in place, with the last bench spot expected to be going to newly minted super-utility man Daniel Murphy. The last expected bullpen slot is a footrace between Blaine Boyer, who appears to have a […]

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Notorious Met Killers: The D-Train

An article by posted on March 28, 2011 0 Comments

DONTRELLE WILLIS Remember this guy? Facing the the D-Train in a three-game series against the Florida Marlins was always one of the least favorite things to do for the Mets back during the 2003 – 2006 seasons. Dontrelle Willis went 11-3 against the Mets with a 2.51 ERA in 19 starts. Willis won the Rookie of […]

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Pedro Feliciano Could Start Season On DL

An article by posted on March 26, 2011 0 Comments
Pedro Feliciano Could Start Season On DL

According to Bryan Hoch who covers the New York Yankees for MLB.com, Pedro feliciano could start the season on the Disabled List. Hoch says that Feliciano has a sore left triceps (forearm) and he has not pitched since March 9, almost three weeks ago. Feliciano signed a two-year deal is worth $8 million, and it included a […]

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MLB.com’s Jonathan Mayo Reveals Mets Top 10 Prospects

An article by posted on March 26, 2011 0 Comments

Just posted on Mets.com, Jonathan Mayo’s annual look at the Mets Top 10 Prospects, complete with predictions, near misses, and estimated times of arrival. Mets’ Top 10 Prospects 1. Wilmer Flores, SS: Flores’ best tool, by far, is his bat. After scuffling a little at age 17 in 2009, he started to figure things out last […]

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Mike O’Connor Sent To Minor League Camp

An article by posted on March 25, 2011 0 Comments
Mike O’Connor Sent To Minor League Camp

  As reported by Brian Costa of the Wall Street Journal this morning, Mike O’Connor was sent to Mets minor league camp. The bullpen is continuing to be shaped out, and the lone two lefties that still remain in the contest are Tim Byrdak, who also has a clause that states if he isn’t on […]

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This Is Awesome! Lets Go 2011 Mets!

An article by posted on March 24, 2011 0 Comments

I was just pumped up by a youtube video that was emailed to me a few minutes ago by a buddy of mine. It’s very well done and it was created by @xDanTanna for those of you on Twitter. Enjoy this… There are more cool videos on his you tube channel including a new vid […]

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Beltran STILL Not Playing In Games

An article by posted on March 24, 2011 0 Comments

  Updated 12:24 P.M. Apparently now Beltran will be playing simulated games for the next 2 days, while trying to get some fielding work in as well. If this goes well without a hitch, Beltran may play in a minor league game on Saturday. The Mets are essentially allowing Beltran to crawl into the season, […]

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Blaine Boyer Can Opt Out If Not On Mets Opening Day Roster

An article by posted on March 24, 2011 0 Comments

Recently discovered news by Adam Rubin says that Mets RHP Blaine Boyer is eligible to opt out of his contract next Thursday, March 31st if he is not on the Mets Opening Day roster. As this may make the bullpen decision difficult, it now means that Blaine Boyer in addition the Pedro Beato, Pat Misch […]

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Will Jason Bay Decide The Future Of Citi Field For The Mets?

An article by posted on March 24, 2011 0 Comments

I think it’s safe to say that Jason Bay’s first year as a New York Met was a bust after be signed to a 4 year deal worth 66 million dollars. Coming into the 2010 season Jason Bay was supposed to provide much needed power for the Mets. Unfortunately things did not go as planned […]

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Forbes: Mets Worth Over $100 Million Less Than Last Year

An article by posted on March 24, 2011 0 Comments

Yesterday, Forbes Magazine valued the New York Mets at $747 million dollars, a significant decrease from last years $858 million dollar figure. The Mets were just one of three MLB teams whose value declined, the other two teams being the San Diego padres and the Cleveland Indians. Forbes’ Monte Burke explains some of the reasons that led […]

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