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From Left Field: Do You Bleed Orange And Blue?

An article by posted on 04/01/2012 0 Comments
From Left Field: Do You Bleed Orange And Blue?

Our site moderator Joe D. informed us a few days ago of a blood drive that the Mets are hosting Thursday, Jan. 5 at Citi Field. The team is offering a voucher for free tickets to a select game in April for anyone that donates. It got me thinking, how many fans would be willing […]

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MMO Talkin’ Baseball: Mets Pitching Prospect Scott Moviel

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MMO Talkin’ Baseball: Mets Pitching Prospect Scott Moviel

I got a chance to talk with Mets right-hander Scott Moviel just after Christmas and he was nice enough to bring us up-to-date as far as his progress in 2011. Before last season Scott was battling knee troubles which can be problematic for a pitcher who stands 6’11″. Now healthy once again, he provides us […]

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Looking Back At That Halladay Trade

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Looking Back At That Halladay Trade

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, posted his regular mailbag feature this week and I found this Q&A pretty interesting: I don’t want to be “that guy,” but am I the only fan ruing the day that the Mets did not pull the trigger on trading for Roy Halladay? There’s no doubt that Halladay is one of the […]

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Mets Sign Infielder Omar Quintanilla To Minor League Deal

An article by posted on 03/01/2012 0 Comments
Mets Sign Infielder Omar Quintanilla To Minor League Deal

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, the Mets have signed Omar Quintanilla to a minor league contract. Quintanilla, 30, appeared in 11 games for the Texas Rangers last season. He went 1-for-22 (.045) with a triple, two RBIs and nine strikeouts. At Triple-A Round Rock, Quintanilla hit .298 with five homers and 25 RBIs in […]

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Who Is The Mets Shortstop Of The Future?

An article by posted on 03/01/2012 0 Comments
Who Is The Mets Shortstop Of The Future?

I received an email over the weekend from a reader who wanted to know if either Wilmer Flores or Ruben Tejada were the longterm solution at shortstop for the Mets. Is Wilmer Flores or Ruben Tejada the Mets shortstop of the future? No – Neither Flores or Tejada will be the longterm solution at shortstop. To […]

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An Amazin’ Collection Of Mets Caps

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An Amazin’ Collection Of Mets Caps

Here’s a shot of my friend Bryan Thompson’s amazing collection of Mets caps! (click image to enlarge) That’s 28 caps in all, but there may have been a new addition or two during the holidays, I’ll have to ask him about that. I love that khaki green colored one in the second row and the […]

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48 Days Until…

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48 Days Until…

48 days until we hear that every Met player over the age of 30 is in the best shape of his life… 48 days until we start seeing images of Sandy Koufax and Fred Wilpon riding around in a golf cart… 48 days until Mets bloggers start flooding you with pictures of grass and dirt […]

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MMO Exclusive Interview: Charley Thurber – NY Mets Outfield Prospect

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MMO Exclusive Interview: Charley Thurber – NY Mets Outfield Prospect

For a college baseball player with aspirations of one day playing in the Major Leagues, the junior year is the most important one to his stock in the June amateur draft. The worst thing that could happen would be to get hurt at this critical time. That is exactly what happened to Charley Thurber of […]

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MMO Hot Stove Report – Jan. 3

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MMO Hot Stove Report – Jan. 3

Despite the Mets not doing anything in the past few weeks despite large pushes from almost every division rival, there is still hope – as the rays of sunshine and blue skies of Spring Training are right around the corner! Here is everything you need to know in the baseball world: RUMORS: The Orioles are […]

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The Dirty Dozen: Twelve Questions for 2012

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The Dirty Dozen: Twelve Questions for 2012

We are seven weeks from the start of spring training, and that time will fly. The NFL playoffs start this weekend, and when they conclude pitchers and catchers aren’t far behind. The Mets will face a myriad of questions and issues this spring, with the following dozen the most prevalent: 1. To what degree will […]

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