Mets Thoughts

My Biggest Fear

An article by posted on November 5, 2009 0 Comments

Mets fans were not pleased with the opponents in this year’s World Series.  So much has been written on who we should be rooting for.  Between the Phillies and the Yankees, which is the lesser of two evils. I started out rooting for the Phillies.  But after their game one win, I started worrying about […]

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There Can Never Be Another “Game Six”

An article by posted on November 3, 2009 0 Comments

Tonight’s game six, between the Yankees and the Phillies has the makings of a great game.  It should be an intriguing pitching match up between Pedro Martinez and Andy Pettitte.  Most would predict a low scoring duel between two pitchers in the twilights of their careers.  Both Pedro and Andy have had comeback seasons, when […]

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Some More Mets Do-Overs…

An article by posted on November 3, 2009 0 Comments

As reported on MetsBlog, yesterday on MLB Network, Jon Heyman of SI.com said that “the Mets would love a do-over” with free agent pitcher Randy Wolf.  Stop the presses… Exactly what does that mean? Did Heyman get a call before his scheduled appearance from Omar Minaya who told him that if he could do it all […]

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Whatever Happened To Having Fun In Flushing?

An article by posted on November 3, 2009 0 Comments

Last week Danny Krieger posted a blog about Yankee pitcher A.J. Burnett and his habit of shaving cream pies after a big win, if you like you can read that post here. Danny mentions how A.J. has brought fun back to the Bronx and how that fun translated into the Yankees winning season and perhaps […]

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Is Josh Thole the Mets Catching Savior?

An article by posted on November 2, 2009 0 Comments

Sometimes it is tough to be a Mets fan, isn’t it? You sit and you watch other teams, both big market and small, call up player after player from their minor league system who step foot on a major league diamond and instantly make an impact. Some of these players they had a chance to […]

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Three Reasons Why I Hope The Series Ends Tonight

An article by posted on November 2, 2009 0 Comments

There’s not much to be happy about this post season, especially where Mets fans are concerned. We have had to endure a World Series that was the culmination of our worst nightmares. No other matchup could have been worse for us than the one that is currently playing out in Citizens Bank Park. The grizzly matchup […]

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World Series Memories – What Are Yours?

An article by posted on November 2, 2009 0 Comments

World Series memories are very personal. They don’t have to be about who won and who lost.  One of my first memories of the World Series was in 1963 when the Yankees faced the Dodgers.  In game one, Sandy Koufax dominated, striking out fifteen Yankees.  But what I remember is that I didn’t have school […]

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Adrian Gonzalez To The Mets: Deal Or No Deal?

An article by posted on October 31, 2009 0 Comments

Interesting news here on Adrian Gonzalez.  Chris Ello at 619Sports.net (a blog that discusses San Diego sports) has noticed that the Padres did not include any photos of slugging first baseman Adrian Gonzalez in the ticket brochures they mailed out to past season ticket holders.  It seems like an odd move for the Padres to […]

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Happy Halloween Mets Fans!

An article by posted on October 31, 2009 0 Comments

I hope you all have a ghoulish and spooky Halloween. Thanks for taking the time to read our posts and frequent our site this past season. Because your visits are always a treat, here is something frightful for your reward. Have a great weekend everybody!

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Frightening Moments In Mets History

An article by posted on October 31, 2009 0 Comments
Frightening Moments In Mets History

We’ve made it to another Halloween, Mets fans!  That means it’s time for my first annual “Frightening Moments In Mets History” blog.  It’s so scary that even Jose Reyes was not prepared for the shocking stories he was about to read. I’ve gone through the archives (and by archives, I mean Google and my warped […]

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