Mets Thoughts

The Innocence Of A Young Mets Fan

An article by posted on April 28, 2007

This blog was contributed from one of our readers, Kay Eltman. If you would like to see yourself published, feel free to send us your story and if we like what we read we will publish it. On Tuesday I attended my second game of the year.  Baseball has been part of our lives of […]

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What Do You Think Of Tonights Line-up? Beltran Is In The Two Hole!

An article by posted on April 19, 2007

Looks like Paul Lo Duca will get a well deserved day off after bruising his hand Wednesday in the Phillies game. Although he attempted to play last night, the pain was clearly affecting his swing. The interesting thing to note is that it is not David Wright replacing him in the two hole, or even […]

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Mets Merized Is Giving Away FREE METS TICKETS! Guess Who This Mets Player Is!

An article by posted on April 15, 2007

Here is your chance to win a pair of FREE TICKETS to see the Mets play against the Florida Marlins on Monday, April 30th! During our first two Mets Tickets Contests, we asked you questions about the 2006 Mets. This time we will take you back to the magical season of 1986. Here goes… I […]

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It’s Home, Sweet Home For The Mets!

An article by posted on April 9, 2007

Finally, after a six game road trip to start the season, the Mets roll into Shea this afternoon with an impressive 4-2 record. Sure they could have easily been 6-0, but I’m not going to get all bent out of shape with a .666 winning percentage on the road. There are some interesting caveats that […]

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Streaks Were Made To Be Broken, Mets Will Get Back On Track Sunday

An article by posted on April 7, 2007

It’s been said that all good things must come to an end. I guess that applies to winning streaks too. You didn’t really think we were gonna go 162-0 did you? OK, so did I. By now you all know we lost today 5-3. It was a tough game that could have gone either way. […]

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Mets Merized Is Giving Away Tickets To The Phillies Series! Who Started On Second Base Last Year On Opening Day?

An article by posted on April 4, 2007

  Mets Merized is doing it again! We are giving away another pair of FREE Mets Tickets! Win tickets to the Philadelphia Series on Thursday April 12th! Answer the following question: Who was the Mets Starting Second Baseman Last Season On Opening Day? Comment on this blog with your answer and we will choose one of […]

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Who Says There Are No Big Games In April? A Win Tonight Will Be Huge For The Mets

An article by posted on April 4, 2007

Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined that the Mets would start the 2007 season with an opportunity to sweep the World Champion Cardinals, and to do it on the road. The final game of the three game series, falls on the shoulders or should I say arm, of John Maine. Maine had […]

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Please Don’t Hate Me Mets Fans, But Yesterday I Rooted For The Braves

An article by posted on April 3, 2007

Orlando Hernandez will take the mound tonight against the Cardinals after a day off yesterday. El Duque had a very impressive performance in his final spring training tune-up and I would suspect that he is up for the task. I’m still all tingly from crashing the Card’s flag raising party on Sunday. When I looked […]

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Last Night Was More Than A Win, It Was The Start Of Something Big

An article by posted on April 2, 2007

I must say that yesterday was quite a great day to be a Mets fan. No, we didn’t win any pennants or a fifty pound gold trophy with a bunch of little flags that go around it. It was a great day because our beloved team took the field and absolutely shined last night in […]

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Mets Bullpen Still Ranks High: What A Relief!

An article by posted on March 26, 2007

I guess Duaner Sanchez won’t have to worry about being on time for team meetings and early morning practices anymore, after being diagnosed with a hairline fracture on his pitching shoulder today. Sanchez had been shutdown after complaining of a pop sound in his shoulder and tingling in his arm. He was sent for an […]

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