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NL East Showdown: Where Do The Mets Rank?

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NL East Showdown: Where Do The Mets Rank?

ESPN Sweet Spot with an interesting way of ranking the NL East. They ranked all five teams by position and used a regular rank score of 5 points to 1 point for first place to last place. Check out the main article on ESPN to read all the commentary which accompanied each ranking. Catcher 1. Brian […]

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Mets Are Pretty Much Done Making Moves

An article by posted on 11/01/2012 0 Comments
Mets Are Pretty Much Done Making Moves

MLB.com’s Anthony DiComo hears that the Mets are done making moves at major league level. I’m told #Mets are done adding players to the 40-man. Could still make a minor league deal or two before ST, but nothing major. — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) January 11, 2012 Looks like we pretty much know who we’re going […]

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Will Allowing PED Users into Hall Send Wrong Message?

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Yesterday, I was watching Clubhouse Confidential on MLB Network and Peter Gammons was talking about the upcoming players who will be put up for a vote for the Hall’s Class of 2013. One of his responses really caught my attention.  When Gammons talks about Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens and their chances of getting into […]

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2012 Mets Top Prospects: #’s 41 – 50

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2012 Mets Top Prospects:  #’s 41 – 50

Welcome to the final installment of the 2012 Mets Top Prospects series here on MMO. Today we bring you numbers 41 through 50, which you will notice is rather pitching heavy, as only three position players made the final ten. Although the farm system is still undergoing a rebuilding, the strong drafts the Mets had in […]

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Heilman Signs With The Mariners

An article by posted on 10/01/2012 0 Comments
Heilman Signs With The Mariners

Free Agent right-handed reliever Aaron Heilman signed a Minor League deal with Seattle on Tuesday and will get a shot in Spring Training as a non-roster invitee. The former Met Heilman was initially shipped to Seattle in the three team, 12 player trade that landed the Mets J.J. Putz before the 2009 season. Heilman, 33, has […]

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A Touching Piazza Tribute

An article by posted on 10/01/2012 0 Comments

Piazza tribute…. last game at Shea This video was edited by my friend and fellow Mets Die Hard Fanatic Max Sanzo. Thanks Max, it’s a very beautiful video dedicated to the one, the only Mike Piazza.

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Temper Your Expectations

An article by posted on 10/01/2012 0 Comments
Temper Your Expectations

Hey MMO readers, I’m not looking to be a Debbie Downer with this post, but I wanted to draw a bit of a comparison to my colleague Clayton’s post yesterday about the Mets offense being better than we think in 2012. I think Clayton drew some fair points, but the bottom line is that it […]

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Barry Larkin Elected To The Hall Of Fame

An article by posted on 09/01/2012 0 Comments
Barry Larkin Elected To The Hall Of Fame

Congratulations to Barry Larkin on his election into the Hall of Fame. Here is the how the voting went down for the top five players: Barry Larkin 86%, Jack Morris 67%, Jeff Bagwell 56%, Lee Smith 51%, and Tim Raines 49% Barry Larkin was the only player to be inducted which is exactly how our […]

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Is 200 Innings The Be-All-End-All For Starting Pitchers?

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Is 200 Innings The Be-All-End-All For Starting Pitchers?

How valuable is Mike Pelfrey to the Mets rotation? I’ve often had this debate with a couple of guys I work with who are addicted to the Mets like I am. Depending on who you ask, you’ll come across many who will say we need Pelfrey because he gives us innings? And while that’s true, somewhat, what’s the big […]

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Mets Offense May Be Better Than You Think In 2012

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Mets Offense May Be Better Than You Think In 2012

For the first time in nine seasons, the Amazin’s will take the field without their sparkplug, Jose Reyes. When the 4-time all-star inked his 6-year $106 million deal with the Marlins, the general idea was that the Mets offense would be left in shambles. Although the production will not be the same, the perceived gaping hole in […]

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