Mets Thoughts

Beltran and Bay Both Recovering And Doing Well

An article by posted on December 14, 2010 0 Comments

Adam Rubin of the ESPN had injury updates on Carlos Beltran and Jason Bay. I’m most encouraged about how optimistic Beltran sounds, “I feel good about it,” Beltran said about the knee woes, which prompted him to be shut down after the Mets’ Sept. 28 game. “What I was feeling last year when I stopped […]

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Cliff Lee Deal Made Phillies Younger, NOT Older.

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I couldn’t resist commenting on this post by SNY’s Ted Berg who also has a blog at TedQuarters.net. Berg asserts the following, “They’ll also be one of the very oldest teams in baseball, quite likely the oldest. They were the oldest team in baseball last year, and now they’re all a year older — you probably know […]

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I Have Become Comfortab-Lee Numb

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I Have Become Comfortab-Lee Numb

So Cliff Lee is back with the Phillies. What a mind blower this was when the news sunk in after the numbness went away. Even though there were whispers that somehow the Phillies were very much engaged, I refused to believe it and kept hanging onto the slim hope that Lee would re-sign with the […]

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The 10 Happiest People In Baseball Today

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The 10 Happiest People In Baseball Today

10. Carlos Ruiz – The Phillies catcher must love going to work knowing he gets to call games for Halladay, Oswalt and Hamels. Adding Cliff Lee into the mix only makes his job a little slice of heaven.. 9. Kristen Lee – Sweet little Kristen gets even with the Yankees after their fans delighted in […]

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Mets Should Retire # 17 In 2011

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Mets Should Retire # 17 In 2011

No I’m not talking about retiring number 17 for Fernando Tatis and the few weeks he produced for the Mets.  Before Tatis there was another player for the Mets who wore 17. From June 15, 1983 to October 1, 1989 he wore 17 proudly for the New York Mets. This player won 5 Gold Gloves […]

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Alderson Pushes Johan Santana Return To All Star Break

An article by posted on December 13, 2010 0 Comments

According to Sandy Alderson, who was a guest on WFAN today, Johan Santana will return around the All-Star break. This comes about two weeks after he first reported that Santana would return in June. He didn’t cite any new information, but it’s obvious he must have come across some information that made him push Santana’s return over […]

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It’s Always About The Money

An article by posted on December 13, 2010 0 Comments
It’s Always About The Money

I feel compelled to pen something before the end of this year, although it is a year that we would all like to forget as Mets fans.  We have had almost nothing to brag about during the off-season as fans of the Metropolitans except that we have returning players that may help us before the […]

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Alderson’s Greatest Acquisition This Off-Season

An article by posted on December 13, 2010 0 Comments

Last night as I was getting ready for bed, I flipped on the television to find Poker on ESPN2. My first thought was, if ESPN gave Hockey as much airtime as they give poker players, Sidney Crosby would be on everybody’s fathead Christmas wish list!  Before I flipped to the Eagles/Cowboys game (okay yes, I […]

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Oliver Perez and Jenrry Mejia – A Tale Of Two Pitchers

An article by posted on December 12, 2010 0 Comments
Oliver Perez and Jenrry Mejia – A Tale Of Two Pitchers

As Oliver Perez continues to see his stock fall while pitching Winter Ball in the Mexican Winter League, young Jenrry Mejia is getting back in the swing of things and by all accounts is on the upswing. Last night, Oliver Perez got shelled again while pitching for Los Tomateros de Culiacan. Perez allowed six runs on six hits in […]

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Where Does Sandy Go From Here?

An article by posted on December 12, 2010 0 Comments

It’s obvious the Mets need a starting pitcher, probably two. They need a second baseman, too, but Daniel Murphy looks like he’s healthy enough to compete in Spring Training, the Mets took a second baseman with very nice looking peripherals in the rule five draft, and Justin Turner might show his stuff in Spring Training, too. […]

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