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3 Up & 3 Down: The They’re Baaaack Edition

An article by posted on April 7, 2014 0 Comments
3 Up & 3 Down: The They’re Baaaack Edition

After the cold and snowy winter those of us here in the New York have endured, is there a better sight than Opening Day at Citi Field? Even that was a bit touchy, as winter gave us one last snowy blast last Monday morning. So, after their opening homestand the Mets find themselves at 2-4 […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Trades, Desperation and Learning to Let Go

An article by posted on April 4, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Trades, Desperation and Learning to Let Go

An MMO Fan Shot by Dave In Spain Sometime this season the Mets may be faced with a difficult decision: Faced with dramatically declining attendance and fan outrage (or worse, apathy), do they give up a player who is a top prospect or fan favorite in order to acquire desperately needed improvements or radically re-structure […]

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Will Terry Collins Survive The Year? Odds-Makers Say No…

An article by posted on April 3, 2014 0 Comments
Will Terry Collins Survive The Year? Odds-Makers Say No…

Although I already posted on the Mets and their new modern MLB record of 31 strikeouts through the team’s first two games, it was late last night when I wrote that and I didn’t get a chance to throw in some of my own thoughts on the matter. About three weeks ago I was at […]

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Boomer and Carton Completely Out of Line with Murphy Comments

An article by posted on April 2, 2014 0 Comments
Boomer and Carton Completely Out of Line with Murphy Comments

For those who haven’t seen, Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton on WFAN stirred up some controversy this morning regarding Daniel Murphy‘s paternity leave this week, criticizing him for taking time off after his son was born. Murphy is expected to be back with the team on Thursday, but has been away from the team since […]

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2014 Mets Projection: Curtis Granderson, LF

An article by posted on April 2, 2014 0 Comments
2014 Mets Projection: Curtis Granderson, LF

Opening Day has come and gone, but there is always time for another projection. While I didn’t get to finish this series, I had written the majority of the Curtis Granderson projection, so I just decided to finish is and publish. Enjoy. The Mets made an enormous splash this offseason, spending the most money on […]

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Who Are The Top 5 Mets Relief Prospects?

An article by posted on April 2, 2014 0 Comments
Who Are The Top 5 Mets Relief Prospects?

With the unfortunate news that Bobby Parnell has a torn MCL in his right elbow and could be out for a significant amount of time, I wanted to revisit a post I wrote this Winter where I profiled my Top 5 Mets Relief Prospects. These are some names that could help the Mets in the […]

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Early Look Into The Second Half Rotation

An article by posted on April 2, 2014 0 Comments
Early Look Into The Second Half Rotation

This is undoubtedly one of my favorite times of the year. I get to retire my big coat and not look at its depressing hues of gray that I have been wearing daily for the past three months. I have the luxury of enjoying one or two weeks of fresh air before my nose is […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Should Mets Have Made the Ike Davis for Matt Joyce Trade?

An article by posted on April 1, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Should Mets Have Made the Ike Davis for Matt Joyce Trade?

An MMO Fan Shot by Adam AKA Schnitzer’s Marble Rye Should the Mets have traded Ike Davis for Matt Joyce? After watching a spring training filled with injuries, inconsistency, and still no clear cut answers at the first base position, I’m wondering if Sandy Alderson made a mistake by not pulling the trigger on a […]

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A Long Crawl to Opening Day

An article by posted on April 1, 2014 0 Comments
A Long Crawl to Opening Day

In Frank Darabont’s The Shawshank Redemption, the main character, Andy Dufresne, played by Tim Robbins, uses a rock hammer and two decades of time to dig a tunnel from prison to freedom. After six long, winter months without Mets baseball, my Dad and I traveled five hours and ten minutes through a snowstorm, traffic, lost […]

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What Being A Mets Fan Really Means

An article by posted on March 31, 2014 0 Comments
What Being A Mets Fan Really Means

It’s like clockwork you know, hell I could even set my watch to it. Every year and almost exactly around this time, nostalgia rushes over me in a wave of mixed emotions. I feel the cold rattle my aching bones yet I know somewhere warm and far away, my team is getting ready for a […]

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