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MMO Mailbag: David Wright To The Rockies?

An article by posted on October 17, 2011 0 Comments
MMO Mailbag: David Wright To The Rockies?

I keep hearing about the Rockies wanting Wright. What do you think we could get for him? Is Cargo out of the question? –Gary Hanley Well Gary, allow me to get a few things out of the way before I delve into this question. First off, we’re not completely sure that Wright is even on […]

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MMO Top 20 Mets Prospects – #20 Danny Muno, SS

An article by posted on October 17, 2011 0 Comments
MMO Top 20 Mets Prospects – #20 Danny Muno, SS

The 2011 Sterling Award winner at Brooklyn, Muno got off to as fast a start to his professional baseball career as anyone possibly could. After being drafted in the 8th round out of Fresno State this year, Muno signed quickly and was assigned to the Cyclones to be their everyday shortstop. He was first in […]

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MMO Hot Stove Report: The Premier Edition

An article by posted on October 16, 2011 0 Comments
MMO Hot Stove Report: The Premier Edition

As the post season winds down and the Texas Rangers await the conclusion of the NLCS to see whom they will face in the World Series, lets take a look at some of the early Hot Stove season news. What you read here will not be exclusive to the Mets and will include most of the top hot stove […]

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Strike Up The Band, Wally Will Be Back-Man

An article by posted on October 16, 2011 0 Comments
Strike Up The Band, Wally Will Be Back-Man

Last week, the New York Post really ruined my day (not really) when they reported that Wally Backman might be heading to the Washington Nationals to join Davey Johnson’s staff as his third-base coach. Guess what? Wally is staying!!!! Yes, it’s true and he even said so himself on the radio which you can check […]

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2011 Regular Season Awards

An article by posted on October 16, 2011 0 Comments
2011 Regular Season Awards

Before the hardware starts getting handed out, here’s my take on who earned the top honors for the 2011 regular season. National League MVP Ryan Braun, OF, Milwaukee Brewers Jose Reyes may have won the batting title, but Braun earns the National League’s top award after batting .332 with 33 home runs and 111 RBIs […]

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About Those Free Agent Compensation Picks….

An article by posted on October 15, 2011 0 Comments

I happened across an interesting debate on our site today and the subject of free agent compensation came up. I’m only including the part of the debate between t agee and TruFan that went into the comp picks. t agee says: I would bet anything that the strategy is to get the best guys who will sign […]

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25 Years Later: Mets And Astros Play The “Other” Game 6

An article by posted on October 15, 2011 0 Comments
25 Years Later: Mets And Astros Play The “Other” Game 6

When you say the words “Game 6″ to any Mets fan, immediately their thoughts turn to the 1986 World Series.  You can’t blame those fans for thinking of that memorable game first.  After all, the game in which Mookie Wilson hit a “little roller up along first” was voted by Mets fans as the most […]

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It’s Official, Mets Name Bob Geren Bench Coach

An article by posted on October 14, 2011 0 Comments
It’s Official, Mets Name Bob Geren Bench Coach

The Mets on Friday named former A’s manager Bob Geren the bench coach to Terry Collins. “Bob Geren’s experience as a former manager and bench coach will be a great fit for us,” said Mets Manager Terry Collins. “Adding a former major league catcher like Bob to our staff will be ideal.” Geren beat out […]

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The Market For Reyes

An article by posted on October 14, 2011 0 Comments

In examining the potential market for Jose Reyes, we must first realize there are no concrete numbers. There’s “Carl Crawford Money,” as Fred Wilpon so eloquently called it. The $142 million over seven years given the Boston outfielder is the fuel behind speculation of Reyes’ reported quest of $100-plus million over seven years. But, it […]

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Could J.P. Fly Away?

An article by posted on October 14, 2011 0 Comments

One of the biggest moves in the Mets off-season may be one that they have little to no control over. While some of us sit here and dream about the possibilities, we also tend to see things from a very different angle and at times the makeup of the Mets front office is one of […]

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