Mets Thoughts

Warning: I’m Suffering From A Bad Case Of Writers Block

An article by posted on September 8, 2007

I had one of those mornings this morning… I think it was because I didn’t have any coffee. Hey, I can’t wait to see Pedro take the mound tomorrow afternoon at Shea. Yesterday he said he feels sharper than he did during his first start and that he expects to throw more pitches than the […]

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Will David Wright Be The First MVP In Mets History?

An article by posted on September 7, 2007

It’s still to early to say who will win the National League MVP in 2007, but one player who is starting to get some much deserved attention, is New York Mets third baseman, David Wright. Back in April and May when Wright was enduring one of the longest slumps in his career, nobody could have imagined that he […]

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Mets Numbers Tell The Story

An article by posted on September 6, 2007

Matt over at Metsblog had a very telling statistic on his site today. Apparently, Howard Johnson is having a great impact as hitting coach for the Mets. Check out what Matt wrote… Prior to Rick Down being fired as the team’s batting coach, the Mets hit .268 as a team, .252 with runners in scoring […]

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Happy Thursday Mets Fans! It’s Okay to Smile!

An article by posted on September 6, 2007

As I’m certain that many of the Shea faithful can relate, the Mets performance from the previous day has at least a small effect on how we approach the next day. Many times we go to work, school or anywhere else with our heads hung low in shame and insides tied in knots. Even with […]

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Paul Lo Duca Nominated For Roberto Clemente Award

An article by posted on September 5, 2007

Mets starting catcher Paul Lo Duca is this years nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award. As explained on mlb.com, each of Major League Baseball’s 30 teams has one nominee, and Lo Duca has distinguished himself among the Mets for this year’s nod. This special award recognizes the player who best exemplifies the game of baseball, […]

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Mets News: Carlos Delgado Out For 7-10 Days

An article by posted on September 5, 2007

Looks like the news on Carlos Delgado is much worse than first reported. Mets.com is now reporting that first baseman, Carlos Delgado will miss a week to ten days due to a strained right hip flexor. Delgado underwent a magnetic resonance imaging test on Wednesday after feeling a twinge in his right hip while swinging […]

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Maybe a Day Off Will Bring Reyes of Hope for Jose

An article by posted on September 4, 2007

It is without a doubt that the Mets have become more aggressive on the bases since Ricky Henderson took over as first base coach.  And much to our delight, Jose Reyes not only leads the Majors in steals this year, but he has already broken the Mets single season steal record, previously held by Roger […]

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Was Yesterday Just an Ordinary Day?

An article by posted on September 4, 2007

I’m certain that as I write this, hundreds of other Mets bloggers are thinking the same thing: Pedro is back. Maybe he wasn’t 1999- 2004 Pedro, but he certainly did more than enough to put the Amazins’ in position to win. THIS is the reason Omar signed him to a contract many thought was foolish. […]

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Monday Mets Minutes: Playoff Scenario

An article by posted on September 3, 2007

For those of you out there who may not totally understand how the playoffs work, here is a breakdown of the post-season and where the Mets may find themselves in just a few short weeks: There are three rounds of post season play.  The first round is the Division Series. The first place teams from the East, Central and West Divisions, […]

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Where It All Began: Pedro Comes Full Circle

An article by posted on September 3, 2007

A hanging 3-2 pitch from closer Braden Looper was sent soaring over the scoreboard fence in left field and into a sea of red at the Great American Ballpark. Joe Randa had struck again, this time driving a dagger through the Mets 2005 season opener. The loss not only served as a disappointing debut for […]

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