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Francesa Says Mets Are Asleep At The Plate, Then Falls Asleep On The Air

An article by posted on September 16, 2012 0 Comments

The last few times a post appeared on MMO about Mike Francesa, it was about him ripping the Mets front office, or the team, or the owners. Less than two weeks ago, Francesa called the Mets offense pathetic. He said the Mets’ offense looked like they were asleep. He even went as far as accusing […]

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A Surefire Way To Fix The Mets, Stop Playing At Citi Field!

An article by posted on September 15, 2012 0 Comments
A Surefire Way To Fix The Mets, Stop Playing At Citi Field!

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss a surefire way to fix the Mets going forward without one single player transaction. Now that I’ve grabbed your attention, how in the world are the Mets going to improve without a blockbuster trade, jettisoning dead wood like Jason Bay, or eschewing the free-agent meat market? Read on… The […]

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Mets Homer Twice In 7-3 Win Over Brewers

An article by posted on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Homer Twice In 7-3 Win Over Brewers

Mets took game one against the Brewers thanks to a strong start from Jon Niese and bombs from Murphy and Duda. The offensive night led the Mets to a 7-3 victory in Milwaukee. Jon Niese had a great start, and had strong offense behind him. He needed that offense early, as he gives up two […]

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Projecting 2013-2015 ETA’s For Mets Top Prospects

An article by posted on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
Projecting 2013-2015 ETA’s For Mets Top Prospects

Lets have some fun today. After reading something Jim Callis said in his Prospect Chat on Baseball America yesterday, I was inspired to bring out my crystal ball and predict when we’ll see some of the Mets top prospect’s. But first take a look at this: Wow, that’s a pretty optimistic view, and one that […]

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The Nationals Are Going To Win The NL East, And It May Be The First Of Many

An article by posted on September 14, 2012 0 Comments
The Nationals Are Going To Win The NL East, And It May Be The First Of Many

I wrote the post, which you can read below, titled “Do We Need To Start Fearing The Nationals, Could They Win The NL East?”, at the beginning of Spring Training. At the time I wrote this article I was just speculating at the possibility that they could be really successful. The idea that Miami would not be […]

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Matt Harvey K’s 10 In Mets 2-0 Loss To Nats

An article by posted on September 12, 2012 0 Comments
Matt Harvey K’s 10 In Mets 2-0 Loss To Nats

Matt Harvey had a dominant but short outing and the Mets offense apparently didn’t show up to the park in their 2-0 loss to the Nationals Matt Harvey had his good stuff tonight, but based on his high strikeout total, had himself out by the fifth inning. Harvey went five, allowing five hits and one […]

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Zach Lutz To Have Wrist Surgery On Monday

An article by posted on September 12, 2012 0 Comments
Zach Lutz To Have Wrist Surgery On Monday

The Mets announced Zach Lutz will have surgery on the hamate bone in his left wrist. Lutz, 26, will have his surgery performed by Mets Hand Specialist Dr. Andrew Weiland at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan. The right-handed hitting corner infielder broke his hamate bone while with Triple-A Buffalo and missed 49 games […]

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Cashman Field Is Less Than Optimal If The Mets Hook Up With Las Vegas

An article by posted on September 12, 2012 0 Comments
Cashman Field Is Less Than Optimal If The Mets Hook Up With Las Vegas

I was compelled to do a little research this morning on the home of the Las Vegas 51′s, Cashman Field. I was motivated by a couple of comments that were left on my post yesterday in which I reported that the Mets could be hitching the Triple-A team with Las Vegas after the Oklahoma City […]

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Brooklyn Cyclones: The 2012 Season In Review

An article by posted on September 12, 2012 0 Comments
Brooklyn Cyclones: The 2012 Season In Review

The 2012 Brooklyn Cyclones finished their 76-game season with a record of 45-31 – 14 games above .500. It was twelfth straight season the team has accomplished the feat, making the Cyclones one of four professional teams that have done that in the history of the game. They join the New York Yankees, the Arizona League Giants […]

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Mets Extend Affiliation With Savannah Sand Gnats Through 2014 Season

An article by posted on September 11, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Extend Affiliation With Savannah Sand Gnats Through 2014 Season

  The New York Mets and the Savannah Sand Gnats today jointly announced they have renewed their Player Development Contract for two more years. The renewal will keep Savannah as a Mets’ affiliate through the 2014 season. During the Mets affiliation, the Sand Gnats have enjoyed some of their most successful seasons in franchise history. […]

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