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What We Learned from the Mets’ Sweep of the Atlanta Braves

An article by posted on 09/04/2012 0 Comments
What We Learned from the Mets’ Sweep of the Atlanta Braves

With the first weekend of the New York Mets’ season now in the books, there are certainly a number of things to be excited about. The team got off to a great start and they were able to sweep the division rival Atlanta Braves. Obviously, this was only three games and there is still a […]

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Has David Wright Regained His 2008 Form?

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Has David Wright Regained His 2008 Form?

David Wright has begun the 2012 season on an absolute tear, first in the NL batting average, second in OBP behind Corey Hart, and three walks to zero strikeouts in nine at-bats. To boot, he has also already hit his first home run, and it was not aided by the fences being brought in. While […]

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On The Road With Petey Pete: The Binghamton Mets

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On The Road With Petey Pete: The Binghamton Mets

In the words of Mark Twain, “The coldest winter I ever saw was the summer I spent in San Francisco.” An excellent thought but obviously Mr. Twain never saw a baseball game at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, NY on a Friday night at the beginning of April. Wow, it really gives new meaning to the phrase “chilled to […]

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Mets Take Three From Braves – How Sweep It Is!

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Mets Take Three From Braves – How Sweep It Is!

GAME ONE: METS 1 – BRAVES 0 In his first start since 2010, Johan Santana hurled five scoreless innings, and after David Wright struck with a go-ahead RBI single in the sixth off Tommy Hanson, the Mets’ bullpen shut the door on the Braves to preserve the Opening Day victory. GAME TWO: METS 4 – […]

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Mets Were Wrong To Give Niese An Extension This Soon

An article by posted on 08/04/2012 0 Comments
Mets Were Wrong To Give Niese An Extension This Soon

Last we learned that the Mets were close to giving Jon Niese an extension on his current contract.The Mets have now made it official. The deal is worth five years, $25.5 million dollars with team options for 2017 and 2018 that could bring the total value to $46 million. I think the Mets made a mistake […]

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MMO Mets Quotables: Opening Day Edition

An article by posted on 06/04/2012 0 Comments
MMO Mets Quotables: Opening Day Edition

Here’s a another edition of MMO Mets Quotables which includes some pre and post Opening Day game quotes as well as some other assorted goodies. “It’s a great feeling. We’re as ready as we can possibly be right now. We’ve got the big boy going and that means a lot. That’s an exciting time for everybody […]

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Rounding Out The Herd

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Rounding Out The Herd

  With opening night Thursday for the Buffalo Bisons, here is the “official” opening day roster for the Mets AAA entry in the International League. With at least five major league prospects on the roster in Harvey, Familia, Valdespin, Lutz, and Nieuwenhuis, this AAA team is getting away from the image of fielding a team […]

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SAN-TASTIC! Mets Ace Fuels 1-0 Victory Over Braves

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SAN-TASTIC! Mets Ace Fuels 1-0 Victory Over Braves

And so it begins… Johan Santana pitched 5 great innings in his first start back from surgery and an RBI single in the sixth put the Mets on the path to an Opening Day victory. Summary So a surprising way to pull off an Opening Day victory nonetheless, but I will take every single win […]

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Here Are Your 2012 Binghamton Mets

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Here Are Your 2012 Binghamton Mets

It took some time, but the Binghamton Mets have finally announced their “official” opening day 2012 roster. The first game of the regular season was slated for last night in Binghamton when they faced off against the Akron Aeros, AA team for the Cleveland Indians. The starting pitcher for the season opener was right-hander Collin […]

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Opening Day and Other Insipid Thoughts

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Opening Day and Other Insipid Thoughts

To a diehard baseball fan Opening Day is Thanksgiving, Christmas, and your birthday all rolled into one glorious day. What two other words, except “Lottery Winner,” could evoke such passion? Even if you are a Mets fan, hammered all winter and spring with negative news, this is one day-one game to give it a rest. […]

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