Mets Thoughts

Ledee In, Newhan Out As Mets Shake Things Up

An article by posted on June 8, 2007

The Mets announced that they have optioned David Newhan to AAA and called up outfielder Ricky Ledee from New Orleans. Here is some of the text from their Press Release… The New York Mets selected the contract of outfielder Ricky Ledee from New Orleans (AAA) of the Pacific Coast League today and optioned infielder/outfielder David […]

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2007 Mets – You Aint Seen Nothing Yet!

An article by posted on June 7, 2007

Despite their division leading record, we have yet to see the Mets clicking on all cylinders. Throughout the first two months of the season, they have been plagued by an assortment of injuries that has greatly impacted their ability to score runs consistently. They have now lost three straight for the first time this season, and are […]

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Injury Update – Endy Chavez To Have MRI On Injured Hamstring

An article by posted on June 6, 2007

The Mets have scheduled an MRI for Thursday morning for Endy Chavez to determine the severity of his hamstring injury. Endy Chavez seemed to be in much pain and some believe a trip to the Disabled List is unavoidable. Chavez pulled up lame while trying to beat out a double play with the bases loaded […]

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Mets Have An Ace In The Hole!

An article by posted on June 5, 2007

Pedro Martinez took another huge step toward his return today at Port St. Lucie. For the first time since undergoing rotator cuff surgery, Pedro threw 31 pitches off the mound and had very positive results. Here is some of what was being reported by AP… The three-time Cy Young Award winner threw 31 pitches after […]

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Phillies Do An About-Face – Mets Are The Team To Beat!

An article by posted on June 5, 2007

In a reversal that may be stunning to some but certainly not to Mets fans, the Philadelphia Phillies have pulled back on their earlier assertions when players such as Brett Myers and Jimmy Rollins said that the the Phillies were the team to beat. This morning, Randy Miller of had several interesting quotes regarding […]

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Get Over It Mets Fans, The Yankees Suck!

An article by posted on June 4, 2007

What is the deal with so many Met fans freaking out about the chants at Shea?? I don’t get the people who say things like no chanting "Yankees Suck" because we’re Mets fans… It’s because I’m a Mets fan that I will continue to raise the roof at Shea whenever I see the scoreboard flash […]

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Yankee Pride And Tradition Died A Long Time Ago

An article by posted on June 3, 2007

Can somebody please explain to me why so many Yankee fans keep saying that what A-Rod did the other day against the Blue Jays happens all the time? All the time??? What baseball games have they been watching??? For those of you who have been living under a rock the past 5 days, Alex Rodriguez interfered with […]

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Carlos Delgado Dropped From The Cleanup Spot

An article by posted on May 23, 2007

Either Willie Randolph read yesterday’s post on this site, or he actually came to his senses. Whatever the case may be, Carlos Delgado has been removed from the clean-up spot and dropped to the number six spot in the order for today’s lineup against the Braves. It was a long time coming and hopefully the move […]

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Mets vs Braves: Who Is The Real Beast Of The East?

An article by posted on May 22, 2007

The Mets got a day off to shake off the dust of the Subway Series and move on to the business at hand. Sure, everyone including myself loves the Subway series and we really get a charge out of beating the Yankees, but in the grand scheme of things, it’s not the Yankees who we […]

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When You Hear “Enter Sandman” Playing, You Can Put In The Books!

An article by posted on May 19, 2007

Billy Wagner has finally gotten used to the glaring heat that comes from being under the spotlight in New York. Last year he had a couple of rough stretches and even when things were going right, he just never looked comfortable  as a New York Met. Despite that, he finished with solid numbers and racked […]

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