Sagar Parikh

Graduate of Villanova University and passionate sports fan. Whether its baseball or curling, you can find me in front of the TV. I love the Mets and my favorite player of all-time is Mike Piazza and I may or may not have shed a tear when Wainwright dropped the hammer in '06.

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Alderson Fields Question On Trading Murphy

An article by posted on June 14, 2014 0 Comments
Alderson Fields Question On Trading Murphy

Sandy Alderson met with season ticket holders before this afternoon’s game and fielded some questions. According to Adam Rubin who was on hand, someone asked Sandy whether he is looking to trade second baseman Daniel Murphy as many fans and bloggers have been speculating on Twitter. Alderson answered: “Look, we have a real appreciation for Dan […]

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A Look Forward to the 2014 Mets Infield

An article by posted on September 18, 2013 0 Comments
A Look Forward to the 2014 Mets Infield

“What Outfield?” Much has been said regarding the future of the Mets’ outfield, with many suggesting a run at CarGo, Ellsbury, Choo, or Stanton. That certainly should be a focal point for this offseason; however, with the lack of production from the infield, even more questions have emerged. Let’s take a look at the situation […]

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Mejia Has Bone Spur Removed, Looking Ahead To 2014 Rotation

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Mejia Has Bone Spur Removed, Looking Ahead To 2014 Rotation

Good news… The Mets announced that Jenrry Mejia had successful surgery to remove the bone spur that was wreaking havoc on his right elbow. Everything went well, and Jenrry will have plenty of time to get ready for next Spring. I didn’t want to write an entire post on this so I thought I’d add […]

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The All-Star Game and Matt Harvey

An article by posted on July 10, 2013 0 Comments
The All-Star Game and Matt Harvey

Matt Harvey starting the all-star game on Tuesday at Citi-Field would be a dream come true for him, the organization, and Mets’ fans. Except, I have a HUGE problem with what the Mets are doing to make sure that happens. I know, I have no idea what the Mets are actually planning doing with his start […]

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One Player The Mets Should Look At

An article by posted on July 30, 2012 0 Comments
One Player The Mets Should Look At

The Mets have been reeling since the all-star break and their 2012 chances are as bleak as ever. The trade deadline is just 24 hours away and as expected, the Mets have been fairly silent. Nobody expects the team to make a huge move, which is warranted due to the team’s poor play in the […]

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Can Jenrry Mejia Fix The Bullpen?

An article by posted on July 5, 2012 0 Comments
Can Jenrry Mejia Fix The Bullpen?

Jenrry Mejia needs to be a factor this season for the Mets to contend. Yes, the Mets need to look outside of the organization for bullpen help, but one arm isn’t going to change the outlook for this year. Five members of the bullpen seem to be in safe ground for the Mets: Francisco, Parnell, […]

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Separating the Contenders from the Pretenders In The National League

An article by posted on July 3, 2012 0 Comments
Separating the Contenders from the Pretenders In The National League

With the first half of the season is just about in the books, it’s finally time to separate the contenders from the pretenders. There are four teams that I believe are completely out of the playoff picture (Chicago, San Diego, Colorado, and Houston). All four will be sellers in a few weeks, attempting to unload […]

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Mets Matters: The Path To Sustainability

An article by posted on June 27, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Matters: The Path To Sustainability

Just over 18 months ago, the Mets hired Sandy Alderson in hopes that he could turn around an overpaid and underachieving franchise. In his first season as General Manager, Alderson hired Terry Collins, signed Chris Capuano and Chris Young to small, incentive-laden deals, and plugged some holes on the roster with veterans such as Scott […]

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