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Morning Grind: Dealbreaker For The Mets

An article by posted on September 29, 2010 0 Comments

Dealbreaker is a mild way to describe what the Mets have in their hands. Trade ideas, who comes and who goes, how to spend the Wilpons’ money, etc, etc, etc. The battles about what 2011 will look like are still raging as we speak. Quite honestly, this team is in a place I never in a […]

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Beltran To Have MRI On Right Knee Wednesday

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

Latest Update: Mets have announced that Carlos Beltran will undergo an MRI at the Hospital for Special Surgery on Wednesday morning. “I felt something,” Beltran said. “I don’t know what it is. But after being back and being able to play all these games, I didn’t feel anything until today. So let’s see what happens. Any […]

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Tejada! Clutch! Mets Win 4-3

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments
Tejada! Clutch! Mets Win 4-3

Mike Pelfrey went seven and one third innings of quality baseball, and key offensive contributions from David Wright and clutch hitting from Ruben Tejada gave the Mets the win, 4-3 versus the Brewers. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey went seven and one third innings today, giving up three runs on five hits, walking four and striking […]

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In Retrospect, Firing Willie Didn’t Really Change Much

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments
In Retrospect, Firing Willie Didn’t Really Change Much

With the Milwaukee Brewers in town, and Jerry Manuel presumably in his last week as Mets manager, it is not surprising the attention being placed on Willie Randolph and the inevitable comparisons to his successor. I covered Randolph in 2006 until 2008 when he was unceremoniously fired, and found him to be knowledgeable but sometimes […]

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In This Town, Winning Is Everything

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

In a post to CBS New York by Jason Keidel, David Wright is portrayed as solid player who never asked to be the team’s leader, and is frequently chastised by fans for not being one. He writes, What has Wright done so wrong? He doesn’t sign a $36 million contract and then loaf his way to the back of […]

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All Those Empty Seats

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments
All Those Empty Seats

They haven’t gone away – all those empty seats in the new stadiums that are home to four of the major league teams in the NYC area. Yes, I’m talking about the ‘new’ Yankee Stadium – self explanatory. Citi Field – the new Mets Stadium named by the Wilpons in exchange for 20 years of […]

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Trade You…We Might

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

It’s safe to say that while we all may be Mets fans to the core, there’s a part of us – our own dark sides if you will – that have had our collective fill of the 2010 New York Mets and want to see it all torn down, brick by brick, player by player, […]

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The Mets Lied To Us

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

Thankfully there are only 6 more games left of this horrible season.  That also means only 6 more games left of some jerryball.  Last year after the season ended the Mets did a bit of a media blitz that concluded with Jeff Wilpon, Omar Minaya and Dave Howard going on WFAN with Mike Francesa.  They […]

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You Can Never Get Enough Of Jon Stewart

An article by posted on September 27, 2010 0 Comments

Some hilarious humor at the Mets expense from the always entertaining Jon Stewart of Comedy Central, who wonders why the Mets can’t win even in the Arab League. I love it…

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Mets Must Play Better In September

An article by posted on September 27, 2010 0 Comments

Going back to the 2007 season, the Philadelphia Phillies have always been able to really get it together and turn it on as a team in the month of September. Yes, the Mets choked both in ’07 and ’08, but if not for late surges in September by the Phillies, they could have made the post […]

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