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About Those Mets Trade Rumors

An article by posted on May 12, 2011 0 Comments

You’ll be hearing a lot of trade rumors from now until the July 31 deadline. Some will be true, some not, but most entertaining. This isn’t all that hard to figure out. If a player gets hurt or goes into a deep slump, figure his team might make inquiries. In fact, most teams are making […]

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Draft Q & A with ESPN’s Jason Churchill

An article by posted on May 12, 2011 0 Comments

Recently, Joe DeMayo of StLucieToFlushing.com did an interview with one of ESPN’s Draft Guru’s Jason Churchill. He asked him tons of great questions regarding who the Mets may pick in the draft, draft sleepers, players with increasing/decreasing draft stock, etc.  This is a must read for any Mets fan interested in the upcoming MLB Draft. […]

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Farewell To A New York Icon

An article by posted on May 12, 2011 0 Comments
Farewell To A New York Icon

Sadly, Bill Gallo, the beloved cartoonist and columnist for the New York Daily News, passed away yesterday. Gallo, who worked for the News for seven decades, died Tuesday from complications of pneumonia at White Plains Hospital. He was 88. “His death closed a chapter in the storied history of The News,” said Daily News chairman and publisher Mortimer Zuckerman. […]

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There Will Be No Dream Scenario With Reyes

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

Before I begin, former Mets clubhouse manager Charlie Samuels will be arrested after the NYPD concluded its investigation, but enough on that. As Jose Reyes keeps sizzling and as this season keeps chugging along it’s now quite clear that Reyes wasn’t having a one or two week hot streak – Reyes is having the best season […]

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Dear Angry Mets Fan

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

Dear Angry Mets Fan,  First, how are you? I just wanted to get this off my chest because it seems like no matter what will happen down the road, you’ll cover your ears, close your eyes and scream to the heavens. At some point you’re going to need to realize that the franchise you’ve grown […]

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Empty Seats

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

I always look forward to Opening Day, the beginning of the baseball season and this year was no different. Usually there is a big crowd and it’s cooler than you thought it would be, but it’s baseball – exactly what you missed all winter. This year was different. I expected that the Mets would not […]

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From Left Field: Is Citi Field The Problem?

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

Yesterday, former Met right fielder Jeff Francouer released statements saying that the Mets should consider lowering the left field fence and bringing in the deep gaps of Citi Field. Of course, earlier in the offseason, Francouer, who is currently mashing with the Kansas City Royals, called Citi Field a “damn joke.” Internally, the Mets have […]

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Where Will Beltran Go?

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

David Schoenfield of ESPN’s Sweet Spot speculates on which teams could be interested in carlos Beltran if the Mets fall out of contention and decide to move him at the trade deadline in July. Angels: Anaheim has a mediocre offense and the willingness to spend, but they have Bobby Abreu locked in at DH and […]

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Things I Wish Would Go Away Already

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments
Things I Wish Would Go Away Already

Willie Harris had an uncanny ability to make the spectacular play against the Mets, and now as a Met, he’s killing the team from the inside. Hey, lets not place all of the team’s woes on pitchers dropping like flies, the revolving door at second base, and a lack of clutch hitting by the usual […]

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Matt Harvey Slammed In Worst Game As A Pro

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Slammed In Worst Game As A Pro

One night after Bobby Ojeda sang the praises of 2010 first-round pick Matt Harvey, the right-hander suffered his worst outing as a pro. Harvey allowed a first-inning grand slam, a two-run homer in the third inning, and before he could get out of the fourth-inning he had given up a total of seven earned runs. His final […]

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