Roger N - Big Mets Fan

Roger is a lifelong Mets fan since 1981, now married with kids and still knows that there is no such thing as a bad day at the ballpark with your child. Growing up, he wanted to be either the Second Baseman for the Mets - or their statistician. Follow him at @BigMetsFan1. email him at metsfanontwitter@aol.com

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Mets Should Seize The Moment And Rock This Town Next Season

An article by posted on September 28, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Should Seize The Moment And Rock This Town Next Season

As we head into the offseason, the city of New York is ripe for the picking. The Yankees are still king while the Mets have been the butt of the joke for years. But an era is ending in the Bronx. The last link to the Yankee Dynasty will be gone. Our crosstown rivals will […]

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Mets Are 13th Most Followed MLB Official Team Account

An article by posted on September 15, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Are 13th Most Followed MLB Official Team Account

In the social media and Twitter world, Mets fans are known to be very vocal. For those of us that are active on the medium, we are very familiar with the hashtag #MetsTwitter. So when it comes to the actual number of accounts that are following the Mets on Twitter, where does our team rank? […]

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1,700 Hits Down, 1,300 Hits To Go

An article by posted on September 7, 2014 0 Comments
1,700 Hits Down, 1,300 Hits To Go

With his single in the top of the first on Saturday off of the Reds Johnny Cueto, third baseman David Wright reached 1,700 base hits in his MLB career. The Captain will be entering his age 32 season in 2015 and with just 1,300 hits left until the magical 3,000 number, the question is can Wright get […]

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Is David Wright Done? Of Course Not!

An article by posted on September 1, 2014 0 Comments
Is David Wright Done?  Of Course Not!

Is David Wright in the decline? Is this the end of David Wright? Is David Wright washed up? Calm Down. While it’s obvious that Wright has been struggling mightily in recent weeks, his power has been sapped and he’s having the worst season of his MLB career, I’m chalking this up to injury. He has […]

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: Minor League Hitting Streaks Abound!

An article by posted on August 25, 2014 0 Comments
Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: Minor League Hitting Streaks Abound!

Who’s Hot: Matthew Bowman – Las Vegas. Bowman has allowed just two earned runs over his last 4 starts dating back to July 31st. Over his last 27.1 innings, he’s pitched to an ERA of 0.66 while allowing 19 hits, walking 5 and striking out 28 batters. Kevin Plawecki – Las Vegas. Entering Sunday’s action, […]

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The ’62 Mets Were NOT The Worst Team Ever

An article by posted on August 23, 2014 0 Comments
The ’62 Mets Were NOT The Worst Team Ever

While we like to think that the 1962 Mets were the worst team in MLB history (a badge of honor we wear proudly) – they actually were not the worst team. They weren’t even close to being the worst team. Yes, they lost a modern era record 120 games… but there were four other teams […]

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The Answer Is Contact – Part Deux

An article by posted on August 21, 2014 0 Comments
The Answer Is Contact – Part Deux

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. The answer is CONTACT. We all know the Mets offense has been struggling mightily since the All-Star break. At the break, I wrote how the Mets offense improved as their contact rates improved. As the Mets offense has faltered, guess what? Their contact rates have gone […]

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Who’s Hot / Who’s Not – Minor Leagues

An article by posted on August 20, 2014 0 Comments
Who’s Hot / Who’s Not – Minor Leagues

Who’s Hot: Gonzalez Germen – Las Vegas. Germen has pitched very well since being sent down to Vegas. He hasn’t allowed an earned run in his last 4 outings dating back to August 8th, during which he’s pitched 6 innings, allowed 3 hits, with 2 walks and 7 strikeouts while picking up 2 saves. He […]

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It’s Tough to Snooker Sandy in a Trade

An article by posted on August 15, 2014 0 Comments
It’s Tough to Snooker Sandy in a Trade

Long before becoming General Manager of the Mets, Sandy Alderson was the longtime General Manager of the Oakland A’s. He took over the helm of the A’s after Billy Martin was fired after the 1982 season in which the A’s went 68-94 and finished 5th in the American League West. During his run with the […]

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: Montero and Matz Are Nasty Good

An article by posted on August 11, 2014 0 Comments
Who’s Hot, Who’s Not: Montero and Matz Are Nasty Good

Who’s Hot: Chase Bradford,  Las Vegas – The 25 year old righty went to High School in Las Vegas and is no stranger to playing in the desert heat. In the last week, he’s made three appearances out of the pen, collecting 8 of his 9 outs via strikeout while allowing just 1 hit and […]

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