Mets Thoughts

Is Mike Pelfrey Ready For Prime Time?

An article by posted on March 21, 2007
Is Mike Pelfrey Ready For Prime Time?

  When Spring Training started there were only two starters in the rotation, three spots that needed to be filled, eight potential candidates, and a whole bunch of questions. Last night, Mike Pelfrey got one more step closer towards securing the final spot in the Mets rotation. After yet another effective start against the Orioles, […]

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Mets Merized Hits And Misses – Free Mets Tickets!

An article by posted on March 18, 2007
Mets Merized Hits And Misses – Free Mets Tickets!

  It’s Deja Vu – Orlando Hernandez had to leave today’s game because of a cramp in his right hamstring while he was to first on a sacrifice bunt. The poor guy keeps getting dinged up, but at least his calf is OK. Picture Perfect – One of my Myspace friends, Dora, has some awesome […]

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Milledge Has Made A Lastings Impression On Me

An article by posted on March 17, 2007
Milledge Has Made A Lastings Impression On Me

  One of the more interesting questions that were emailed to me was from Brian, one of my friends on Mets Merized at Myspace. He asked about Lastings Milledge in comparison to Carlos Gomez and Fernando Martinez, and that maybe we should trade Milledge rather than the other two, his question was in response to […]

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Omar Is Exactly What The Mets Needed

An article by posted on March 12, 2007

I have to tip my cap to Billy Wagner, Tom Glavine, Jose Valentin and Julio Franco, who all supported Willie Randolph and his decision to suspend and fine Duaner for his lateness and poor work ethic. Each of them were very vocal about the importance of being focused this season and keeping your eyes on […]

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Hits And Misses From Mets Camp

An article by posted on March 9, 2007

Mets manager Willie Randolph announced yesterday that injured reliever Duaner Sanchez had been sent home for the day for repeated lateness. "He had been a little tardy for a couple of days," Randolph said. "We have a rule of being on time, so I sent him home to where he lives ." Randolph said he […]

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Battle For Mets Rotation Spot Wages On As Tom Glavine Shines

An article by posted on March 7, 2007

Tom Glavine continues to impress this spring as he pitched another 3 scoreless innings yesterday during the Mets 7-2 win over the Astros. He now has 5 scoreless innings in the early goings of the exhibition season and has only given up 4 hits. He certainly looks like he is ready to capture that 300th win and […]

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Jose Reyes Is Primed For An MVP Season!

An article by posted on March 4, 2007

Looks like I’m not the only one who thinks Jose Reyes has MVP potential. Check out this great article by Adam Rubin of the Daily News. In the article he quotes Carlos Delgado, Carlos Beltran, and David Wright, who all acknowledge what Jose Reyes means to the team. David Wright: "You look at Jose and he sets […]

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Steve Phillips Dumps On Mets On WFAN!

An article by posted on March 2, 2007
Steve Phillips Dumps On Mets On WFAN!

  Steve Phillips is at it again, and on Thursday afternoon on the "Mike and the Mad Dog" radio program on WFAN in New York, Steve Phillips predicted that the Mets would finish third in their division, that their starting pitching wouldn’t hold up at all and the Phillies and Braves would finish ahead of […]

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Mets Prospects Are Getting Rave Reviews

An article by posted on February 27, 2007

What an excellent column Ken Rosenthal wrote today for Fox Sports. After reading his story I feel so much better about the future of the Mets outfield beyond 2007. Maybe Omar knew exactly what he was doing when he signed Moises Alou to that one-year deal, and why he hung on to Shawn Green, whose […]

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5 Reasons The Mets Will Go To The World Series In 2007

An article by posted on February 21, 2007

In my heart of hearts, there is no doubt that last year was just a dress rehearsal for the New York Mets. Sure I was devastated as I watched that backdoor curve freeze Carlos Beltran in game 7 of the NLCS for the last out. But I also understood the significance of everything we witnessed […]

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