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Mets News: The Walking Wounded

An article by posted on October 2, 2007

John Maine learned that he has been playing with a bad hip for most of the second half after receiving the results of an MRI. It may explain the big drop off in his performance shortly after the All-Star break. He will learn later today whether he will need surgery. If he does, it will […]

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Omar And Willie: Joined At The Hip

An article by posted on October 2, 2007

It is being reported in several sources that Mets General manager, Omar Minaya will soon meet with the ownership group to present his plan for 2008. We have learned that Omar, will suggest keeping Willie Randolph on as the manager for the 2008 season. Several reports suggest that the Wilpon’s have told Omar that if […]

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Break Up The Mets?

An article by posted on October 2, 2007

That’s what Jon Heyman of SI.com thinks in this morning’s column… Following one of the bigger collapses in major league history, the Mets need to make some significant personnel changes for 2008. They simply can’t come back with the same team. They couldn’t possibly sell that to the public. More important, they couldn’t sell it […]

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Breaking News: Schoeneweis Linked To Steroids Shipments

An article by posted on October 1, 2007

ESPN is reporting that Mets reliever Scott Schoeneweis has been implicated in the ongoing steroids investigation of Signature Pharmaceuticals. The investigation has already led to 21 arrests and 10 guilty pleas. The source who reviewed the invoices said that Schoeneweis spent $1,160 on the steroids. He received five packages from May 2003 through 2004, five […]

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Is Willie Coming Back To Manage In 2008?

An article by posted on October 1, 2007

Within minutes of yesterday’s season ending game, the question being asked almost everywhere in Mets circles is this one… Will Willie Randolph return As Manager Of The Mets In 2008? While many in the media and in the Mets blogosphere all assume that Randolph’s job is safe, there is a now a growing minority that are […]

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Mets Fans Must Wait for 2008

An article by posted on October 1, 2007

There are no words to describe what happened or how I feel about it.  I am wearing black today, as I am in mourning.  I am mournful of a season that died unexpectedly, as did any hope of becoming World Champs. Devastated, disappointed, angry, hurt, saddened, stunned.  All very good choice words that would apply […]

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I Just Want To Say Thanks…

An article by posted on September 30, 2007

There are no words right now that can give me or you any comfort or peace. After all, what can you say about a team that literally had it all and yet gave it all away? What do you say about a team that had so much talent and not enough heart? Over the next few weeks […]

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Mets News: Delgado Fractures Hand

An article by posted on September 30, 2007

Carlos Delgado sustained a broken right hand early in the game when he was hit by a Dontrelle Willis pitch. Adam Rubin reports… The Mets suffered another blow in the first inning when Carlos Delgado suffered a broken left hand when he was struck by Dontrelle Willis with a first-inning pitch. This was later confirmed […]

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Mets News: Olivo Suspended 5 Games, Playoff Tie Breakers

An article by posted on September 30, 2007

In a surprsing move, the Comissioners Offfice acted quickly and suspended Miguel Olivo for five games for instigating the benches clearing brawl during yesterday’s Mets win. No Mets players were fined or suspended for what took place before, during or after the brawl. Several Florida Marlins players admitted that today’s game had plenty of meaning […]

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Believe In The Impossible Dream!

An article by posted on September 29, 2007

What seemed improbable only 24 hours ago has become a reality for the New York Mets. Not only do they win in impressive style on the strength of a masterful pitching performance by John Maine, but with both the Phillies and the Padres both losing this evening, the Mets are back in the game! They […]

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