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Terry Collins Is Cool, Calm, Collected

An article by posted on August 12, 2011 0 Comments
Terry Collins Is Cool, Calm, Collected

I look up past history for Terry Collins he doesn’t seem like the same man I know from the Mets clubhouse. This man is quiet, smart, very knowledgeable Frankly, I had never heard of Terry Collins until Sandy Alderson introduced him to the Mets Organization and press last fall, and I think I’m pretty well […]

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MMO Fan Shot – Proud To Be A Mets Fan

An article by posted on August 12, 2011 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot – Proud To Be A Mets Fan

It’s not easy being a Mets fan. Living in the New York area you’re constantly surrounded by Yankee fans who are more than willing to tell you about their 27 championships and how great their team is. The problem has been, especially in the last 20 years, that it has been hard to argue that […]

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From Left Field: Carlos Beltran Update

An article by posted on August 12, 2011 0 Comments
From Left Field: Carlos Beltran Update

After hearing his name every single day for quite awhile a few weeks ago, Carlos Beltran has almost become a forgotten figure in New York. Maybe it just seems that way since almost every post was Beltran related, but even so Beltran’s association with the Mets is history. Anyway, here’s a Beltran update. In 11 […]

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Collins Did A Nice Job Handling Niese

An article by posted on August 12, 2011 0 Comments
Collins Did A Nice Job Handling Niese

After winning the first two games of this series, coming away with a split is definitely disappointing. It’s not as if the Mets had a realistic chance to catch the Braves for the wild-card, but after losing seven of their last 10 they are now 10.5 games behind Atlanta. After another one-run loss this afternoon […]

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Expect Duda To Be Your Opening Day Right Fielder In 2012

An article by posted on August 11, 2011 0 Comments
Expect Duda To Be Your Opening Day Right Fielder In 2012

A few days ago I wrote about Lucas Duda possibly playng a big role for the Mets in 2012 and beyond. Terry Collins spoke about that future today after the game. In a blog post by Adam Rubin, Collins sounds like Duda will be his everyday right fielder next season, and he really wants to get him […]

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Nine Teams Interested In Jose Reyes

An article by posted on August 11, 2011 0 Comments
Nine Teams Interested In Jose Reyes

SI.com’s Jon Heyman expanded on some statements he made earlier this week regarding Jose Reyes and his upcoming free agency. Heyman believes that Reyes’ two DL stints will not hurt his chances at a $100M+ payday and says interest is still very strong for the All Star shortstop. Rival executives identified no less than nine […]

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Mets Sign Three Dominican Prospects, Have Until Monday To Sign Nimmo

An article by posted on August 11, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Sign Three Dominican Prospects, Have Until Monday To Sign Nimmo

According to the website Dominican Prospect League, the New York Mets have come to terms with three prospects from the Dominican Republic in right-handed pitchers Jesus Lugo (age 17) and Nadir Crismatt (age 16), and Dionis Rodriguez (age 16). Here are players capsules on each:   Jesus Lugo RHP - March 31, 1994; 6’1, 175lb (Trainer – Miguel […]

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System Failure: Mets 10 Games Back In Wild Card After 9-5 Loss To Padres

An article by posted on August 11, 2011 0 Comments
System Failure: Mets 10 Games Back In Wild Card After 9-5 Loss To Padres

Game Summary Poor defense, thirteen men left-on-base, and poor pitching cost Mets another loss despite late inning rally. Fall ten back of WC with 9-5 Loss. Game Notes RA Dickey, bad start, good finish, no luck. Twenty-four starts, five wins. He was off to a poor start to the season, but haven’t had the chance […]

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‘Never Say Die’ Mets Are Most Exciting Team in Last 10 Years

An article by posted on August 10, 2011 0 Comments
‘Never Say Die’ Mets Are Most Exciting Team in Last 10 Years

AUTHOR’S NOTE:  Ninety-nine percent of the things I write on this website will be from the unbiased, subjective perspective  of Jason Pafundi, journalist.  But the following is written by Jason Pafundi, the lifelong Mets fan. Like NBC’s Thursday night lineup of the ‘90s anchored by Seinfeld and Friends, New York Mets games have become ‘Must […]

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The Audacity Of Second Guessing Success and The Myth That The Sacrifice Bunt Is Obsolete

An article by posted on August 10, 2011 0 Comments
The Audacity Of Second Guessing Success and The Myth That The Sacrifice Bunt Is Obsolete

I can’t help tossing my hat into the ring over this silly debate about Lucas Duda dropping down a successful sacrifice bunt in the eight inning of last night’s 5-4 win over the Padres. With the Mets down by a run and nobody out, Duda came to the plate with runners on first and second and dropped […]

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