Minor League Stuff

Teixeira May Get A Gigantic Contract Next Season

An article by posted on December 10, 2008

If you think the Barry Zito, C.C. Sabathia, or Johan Santana signing were huge, get a hold of this: According to a source from a team who is involved in negotiations, the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles “are coming in hot” on Teixeira, with the Nationals apparently willing to offer the slugger a 10-year deal […]

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2009/2010 – Years of the Gangsta

An article by posted on October 3, 2008

Jon Heyman of SI.com reports that Jerry Manuel has agreed on a two year contract and a team option for the third. The details of the deal has not been made public yet, so stay tuned for more.   This news comes a few days after Omar Minaya says he will probably pick up the […]

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The Playoff Situations

An article by posted on September 27, 2008

The Mets can still make the playoffs, either by winning the division or by winning the Wild Card. Sure it won’t be easy, but here’s how the Mets could be playing baseball in October. Mets WIN NL East If Mets win next two games and Phillies lose next two games and Brewers lose two. (Tiebreaker […]

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Shave Zone = Mets Cancer

An article by posted on September 18, 2008

I’m not sure if you noticed, but I have. Where is Giuseppe Franco? As much as that commercial is annoying, I think he’s the one that has the winning magic for us. Not Jerry Manuel, not Mr. Met, not Ramon Castro. It’s Giuseppe Franco. His “Procede” commercials clogged SNY for about 90 percent of the […]

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UPDATE: It’s Been Seven Years

An article by posted on September 11, 2008
UPDATE: It’s Been Seven Years

As I wake up on a cloudy, Thursday morning, I remember what happened seven years ago. That faithful event that changed America forever. I lost an uncle and I’m sure some of you lost someone or knew who lost someone. I can’t help but think about it and try and work my way around it […]

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Our Bullpen Isn’t THAT Bad… Actually, It Is.

An article by posted on August 27, 2008

After last night’s debacle, I can’t help but look at the weakest spot on the Mets right now: the bullpen. With the loss of Billy Wagner, little has gone right. Here’s a few nuggets for you to chew on; The Mets bullpen is: 12th in ERA: 4.27T-1st in blown saves: 226th in HR allowed: 472nd […]

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Maine To Get Surgery On Right Shoulder In Offseason

An article by posted on August 24, 2008

Just when you thought Maine was coming back slowly, we find out that he’s actually worse than we all thought. I’m hearing reports from various sources that Maine will indeed get surgery on his ailing right shoulder to remove a bone spur. The New York Post said, “John Maine told The Post after tonight’s loss […]

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Minor League Players of the Week – Wilmer Flores (SS) and Brad Holt (SP)

An article by posted on August 16, 2008

This feature is supposed to be just a single player, but I decided to have two players this week since they have been performing extremely well: Wilmer Flores of Kingsport and Bradley Holt of Brooklyn. I don’t know how much this will continue, but man Wilmer Flores has been extremely consistent offensively for the Kingsport […]

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Mike & The Mad Dog Is No More

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

We just learned that Chris “Mad Dog” Russo has left WFAN once and for all. He leaves his signature program after 18 years of work with Mike Francesa. This is coming after the relationship of the hosts had became a problem over the past few months. Francesa will do the show solo for now. I’ll […]

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David Wright to Replace Soriano In All-Star Game!

An article by posted on July 11, 2008

Just about a half hour ago, Clint Hurdle made the announcement saying that David Wright is in fact an All-Star. With Alfonso Soriano out with a broken bone in his left hand, David Wright will be replacing his final spot on the roster. Wright came second in the MLB Final Vote contest behind Corey Hart. […]

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