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D3Po Speaks Bocce At BP: 411 On Edgin, Nimmo, ‘Spin, More…

An article by posted on April 4, 2012 0 Comments
D3Po Speaks Bocce At BP: 411 On Edgin, Nimmo, ‘Spin, More…

Mets Vice President of Player Development and Amateur Scouting Paul DePodesta, participated in a chat yesterday over at Baseball Prospectus. DePo fielded a variety of great reader submitted questions ranging from Moneyball to the new CBA with plenty of dope on many of the Mets prospects. Brian (PA): What are Josh Edgins chances of making the club […]

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Pelfrey Strong Again, I’m Hallucinating, And Ike Davis Walks Off For The Mets In A 7-6 Win

An article by posted on April 3, 2012 0 Comments
Pelfrey Strong Again, I’m Hallucinating, And Ike Davis Walks Off For The Mets In A 7-6 Win

Kudos to Mike Pelfrey who looked sharp in his last spring tune-up on the route to a walk-off victory for the Mets over the Skankees, 7-6. Summary Either I am going crazy or Mike Pelfrey has actually been pitching better since the last time I yelled at him in a recap. Much appreciated Big Pelf […]

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Torres and Francisco Ready To Go On Thursday

An article by posted on April 3, 2012 0 Comments
Torres and Francisco Ready To Go On Thursday

According to ESPN New York, Terry Collins was very pleased with Frank Francisco’s bullpen session today. Francisco expierenced no pain in his knee, which has sidelined him for a portion of the spring. He will be leaving camp with the team, ready to go for the opener. Andres Torres started and batted lead off in today’s Mets […]

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Ike Davis Featured In Fantasy Baseball Parody Video

An article by posted on April 3, 2012 0 Comments

Here’s a pretty cool Fantasy Baseball song parody by NOC, “Should I Pujols or Cano?”, starring the Yankees’ Robinson Cano and the Mets’ Ike Davis. It is set to “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” by The Clash, and it’s absolutely brilliant. Enjoy…

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Projections for the Mets Starting Rotation

An article by posted on April 3, 2012 0 Comments
Projections for the Mets Starting Rotation

If the New York Mets are going to have any chance of finishing over .500 this season, then they are going to need to get a lot of outstanding performances from their starting pitchers. The Mets’ rotation is set entering the season, but they still have a number of questions about the health and abilities […]

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MLB News: Matt Cain and Joey Votto Hit Mega Millions Jackpot

An article by posted on April 2, 2012 0 Comments
MLB News: Matt Cain and Joey Votto Hit Mega Millions Jackpot

The country might be in dire economic shape, but don’t tell that to the San Francisco Giants or the low market Cincinnati Reds who both set new benchmarks player compensation. Lets start with Giants starting pitcher Matt Cain who is now the richest right-handed pitcher in baseball after he agreed to a five-year contract extension that will guarantee […]

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Bay Losing His Grip On Starting Job

An article by posted on April 2, 2012 0 Comments
Bay Losing His Grip On Starting Job

Here is a followup to a post I wrote last week on Jason Bay AKA The 500 Pound Gorilla In The Corner Outfield. Mike Puma of the  NY Post writes this morning: A club official yesterday floated the possibility that if Bay is struggling six or seven weeks into the season, the Mets could explore other options, including a […]

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2012 MLB Draft: A New Mock, My Thoughts On Deven Marrero

An article by posted on April 2, 2012 0 Comments
2012 MLB Draft: A New Mock, My Thoughts On Deven Marrero

MLB Draft Countdown released their Mock Draft 4.0 and I really like what they’ve done here. Gone are top prep pitcher Lucas Giolito, who will miss the rest of the season with a strained elbow, and Georgia Southern slugger Victor Roache, who broke his wrist and is also out for the season. Plenty of players […]

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Things Aren’t As Bleak As They Seem For The 2012 Mets

An article by posted on April 1, 2012 0 Comments
Things Aren’t As Bleak As They Seem For The 2012 Mets

With the Mets first game under a week away, fans and analysts write this season as a disappointment already without it even starting. Realistically  the 2012 New York Mets wont be playing in any games of relevance deep into the summer and to the early parts of the fall. Though that doesn’t mean the team […]

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Ramblings About Success And Some Reminiscing

An article by posted on April 1, 2012 0 Comments
Ramblings About Success And Some Reminiscing

Every team has to have a number of components in order to brew a culture of winning and unity that is found in most legitimate contenders. The token ace, power bat, golden glove, and bullpen leader are a given, but just because you follow the directions of a paint by numbers doesn’t mean it will be a […]

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