Mets Thoughts

It’s Time For Milledge To Make A “Lastings” Impression!

An article by posted on February 16, 2007

One of the Mets newest beat writers, John Delcos, kick-started a small firestorm on his blog, when he wrote the following… David Wright has been in the area for a couple of weeks now, “because I want to get acclimated to things.” He said it is something he’s always done and plans to do throughout […]

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Mets Knock The Braves’ Chip(per) Off Their Shoulder!

An article by posted on February 14, 2007

It is so freaking cool to finally go into Mets Spring Training camp and not have to hear about the damned Atlanta Braves and their damned streak of consecutive titles. You have no idea how much I hate that team. I will never forget the year that they clinched just before going into the last series […]

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Mets Starting Rotation Battle: Now It’s On!

An article by posted on February 13, 2007

The Chan Ho Park contract just keeps getting better and better. Apparently, the Mets will only have to pay Park $150,000 if he does not make the team out of Spring Training. If he does make the team, the Mets get him for a very reasonable $600,000. Here’s the thing though, as Met fans we […]

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Have The Mets Really Improved This Offseason?

An article by posted on February 12, 2007

NY Sports Guy breaks it down.  Please forgive me. I’d like to write this in advance to all 8 of you that will read my blogs this season. 7 of those 8 will be my friends who will be reading just because I will make them. As for the rest of you, well, I’ll say […]

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David Wright Is Ready To Bust Out

An article by posted on February 12, 2007

David Wright appeared to wear down toward the end of last season, and after another busy winter, it will be crucial for the All-Star third baseman to keep the demands of his fame in check. With his popularity exploding beyond New York, the Mets’ cover boy must be able to handle the intensifying spotlight. So […]

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Spring Training Camp Opens, Here Come The Mets!

An article by posted on February 11, 2007

ESPN, they had a great article by Phil Rogers who ranked all the outfields in baseball, and I was surprised to see the Mets ranked at number 4. Only the Angels, Tigers, and Braves were ranked higher. I thought it was ironic because besides all the comments and questions I get from fans concerned about […]

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Mets Lineup Is Tops In The NL

An article by posted on February 7, 2007

Only 8 more days until Mets pitchers and catchers report,¬†and as a special treat to all my readers, subscribers and myspace friends, I give you the Ultimate Mets Merized Challenge. Here is a Mets quiz that is sure to test your knowledge of the New York Mets. I hope you enjoy it and look forward […]

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Are Mets Fans Ready For An Amazin’ Season

An article by posted on February 2, 2007

  Well, it looks like the battle to replace Darren Oliver as the long reliever just got a little narrower. Dave Williams, who was viewed as a potential long reliever and emergency starter, had an operation to repair a herniated disk in his neck and could be out until June. Williams started feeling pain when he began his offseason […]

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Phillies Shooting Their Mouths Off Again

An article by posted on January 30, 2007

Tom Glavine, John Maine and Julio Franco participated in a charity event for disabled children yesterday. While speaking to reporters, Tom Glavine had some positive things to say about the state of the Mets starting rotation going into Spring Training. "Those guys give you reason to be excited about what our rotation is going to be," […]

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Strange Days For Met Fans

An article by posted on January 6, 2007

Hi everyone, I’m finally home again after some badly needed "R&R" and back behind a computer. I hope all of you had a great New Years Day or week, as it was in my case. What is up with Omar lately? I am really surprised that he didn’t have a contingency plan for not signing […]

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