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Alderson Contacted Kevin Long About Vacant Hitting Coach Job

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Alderson Contacted Kevin Long About Vacant Hitting Coach Job

Through a league source, Mark Feinsand of the Daily News has confirmed that ousted Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long has spoken with Sandy Alderson about the Mets hitting coach position. The source said Long has already had phone conversations with Mets general manager Sandy Alderson as well as the general managers and/or managers from the Braves and […]

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Construction Set To Begin On Moving In Citi Field Fences

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Construction Set To Begin On Moving In Citi Field Fences

According to Kristie Ackert of the Daily News, the Mets have officially decided to move the right-center and right field fences in at Citi Field. The construction is expected to start near the end of the World Series. This is the second time the Mets have moved the fences in at Citi Field. Following the […]

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Yankees Considering Omar Minaya For High Ranking Front Office Position

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Yankees Considering Omar Minaya For High Ranking Front Office Position

Omar Minaya, VP of Baseball Operations for San Diego Padres on Draft Day. Erik Boland of Newsday is reporting that the New York Yankees are considering adding former Mets general manager Omar Minaya in a high ranking front office position. According to Boland, Yankees GM Brian Cashman is very close with Minaya who is currently […]

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This Week In Baseball History: Those Amazin’ Memories!

An article by posted on October 13, 2014 0 Comments
This Week In Baseball History: Those Amazin’ Memories!

October 13 1903 – The first ever World Series ever played is completed as the Boston Pilgrims defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-0 and take the series, 5 games to 3. 1914 – The Boston Braves, who were in last place in mid-July, rebound to win the World Series. “The Miracle Braves” defeat the Philadelphia A’s in […]

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Featured Post: Winners Win, Losers Make Excuses

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Featured Post: Winners Win, Losers Make Excuses

Exhibit A: In August 2013 Mets fans held their collective breath when learning of an injury to Matt Harvey. A short time later when it became clear he was finished for not only the remainder of that season but for the following year as well, fans by and large threw in the towel. We immediately […]

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Bing Devine Brought the Mets A Championship and “The Franchise”

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Bing Devine Brought the Mets A Championship and “The Franchise”

As we continue to wait out the Sandy Alderson era for a return to former Mets glory, here’s a little something about another Mets GM who helped engineer the first championship in franchise history in 1969. I’m talking, of course, about the great Bing Devine. Devine’s tenure as General Manager of the Mets spanned the years […]

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D’Backs Tab Former Mets Coach Chip Hale As Manager

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D’Backs Tab Former Mets Coach Chip Hale As Manager

The Diamondbacks will announce the hiring of new manager Chip Hale on Monday, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports has confirmed, and he will receive a two-year contract. He had managed Arizona’s Triple-A affiliate for three seasons and had impressed many in the organization at the time. Before that, Hale served as Bob Melvin‘s bench coach with the […]

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A Bag of Balls, A Lot of Questions

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A Bag of Balls, A Lot of Questions

Former New York Mets catcher Ed Hearn says he has a bag of baseballs in his cellar. They are all from 1986; all from the National League Championship Series; all evidence that Michael Warren Scott cheated. The rumors started long before the NLCS. In May 1985, during one of Scott’s starts at Wrigley Field, Chicago Cubs first baseman Leon Durham found a piece […]

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Selling High On Jacob deGrom

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Selling High On Jacob deGrom

Jacob deGrom has been the Mets’ most exciting player this season.  He’s lit up the radar gun, struck out 144 batters, and put himself in prime position to land the coveted NL Rookie of the year award. But in a Mets’ organization flush with talented arms, is the time to trade Jacob deGrom now? The […]

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Could Mets Ultimately Fill An Outfield Spot Internally?

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Could Mets Ultimately Fill An Outfield Spot Internally?

Let’s pretend for a moment that Sandy Alderson makes no effort to improve the Mets left field situation in the offseason. For arguments sake, we’ll say that he addresses the need at shortstop but a combination of high prices and long years got the better of the outfield candidates. Heading into 2015, can we expect […]

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