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K-Rod Signing Could Come Within The Hour

An article by posted on December 9, 2008

Many sources are now feverishly caught up in the K-Rod frenzy this morning. We will be closely monitoring this story and posting and new relevant information. Earlier today, Jon Heyman confirmed what was being widely reported since late last night, that the Mets were on the verge of signing their primary target, and record breaking All Star closer, […]

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Wouldn’t It Be Amazin’ If We Signed K-Rod and Hoffman?

An article by posted on December 9, 2008
Wouldn’t It Be Amazin’ If We Signed K-Rod and Hoffman?

Of course the only big news of the day, is the breaking story that the Mets are on the verge of signing free agent closer, Francisco Rodriguez. Wow… I love the sound of that… Try saying it out loud a few times, and you’ll see what I mean… Now, let’s take it one step further. Imagine […]

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Mets On The Brink Of Signing K-Rod!!!

An article by posted on December 9, 2008

Several sources are now confirming that the New York Mets are on the verge of landing this year’s top free agent closer, Francisco Rodriguez. Joel Sherman of the NY Post, first broke the story when he reported first hand comments from Rodriguez’s agent, Paul Kinzer. “I am more optimistic than I have ever been” about […]

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Lets Get Something Straight Regarding Closers

An article by posted on December 9, 2008

Are you as tired of reading the on again, off again trade rumors revolving around the same supposedly available closers? Here are the cold hard facts… B.J. Ryan of the Toronto Blue Jays is not available… He never was available… Blue Jays GM J.P. Ricciardi never had any conversations with the Mets or anyone else […]

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Is The Window Of Opportunity Closing?

An article by posted on December 9, 2008

The Mets, like any other team, have had periods of success and periods of down years. From 1969-1976, the Mets averaged 84 wins, only finished lower than third once and those 7 years earned us 1 World Championship and 2 Pennants. For the glory days of 1984-1990, we averaged an impressive 95 wins, never finished […]

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It’s Been Quite A Ride So Far…

An article by posted on December 8, 2008

What a crazy day… If you are an avid Mets fan, and are addicted to reading blogs about the Mets, today was like a taste of heaven for you. Between this site, and about two dozen more Mets sites, there were over 300 different blogs posted today! And nothing happened! About 10% of those blogs were posted […]

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Mets Looking To Trade Brian Schneider To Red Sox

An article by posted on December 8, 2008

Dan Graziano of the Star-Ledger is reporting that the Mets and Red Sox are currently negotiating a trade that will send catcher Brian Schneider to Boston. He writes, A person familiar with the discussions, who declined to be identified because he’s not authorized to speak publicly about them, confirmed that the Red Sox and the […]

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I’m Thinking Sabathia Will Punk The Yanks

An article by posted on December 8, 2008
I’m Thinking Sabathia Will Punk The Yanks

All of you know how much I hate the Yankees… They may think they are the toast of the town, but every now and then they get dumped on just like all the rest of us. When the Yankees came out of the gates, as soon as the free agent period started, and made that over the […]

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Drinks, Steaks, and Francisco Rodriguez

An article by posted on December 8, 2008

There must be nothing better than an ice cold beer in a frosty mug, and a perfectly grilled medium rare steak, to satisfy your appetite while you are negotiating a huge, multi-million dollar contract. That’s exactly what Omar Minaya and his entourage did during the waning hours of Sunday night with their special guest, free agent closer Francisco Rodriguez. No word […]

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Winter Meetings News: Add B.J. Ryan To Available Closers

An article by posted on December 7, 2008
Winter Meetings News: Add B.J. Ryan To Available Closers

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe, is reporting that the Blue Jays would have no hesitation in dealing closer B.J. Ryan if they are overwhelmed by an offer. The key word being, “overwhelmed”. Sorry, no thanks. With the glut of closers available in this year’s market, there is no reason for the Mets to overpay for a […]

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