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Are The Mets Worried About Empty Seats In September?

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

I have been a Mets mini-plan holder since 2002.  When the Mets moved into Citi Field last year, I decided to purchase a second mini-plan.  I will not be renewing my seats next year because my better half has a full season ticket package and we plan on splitting those tickets in 2011. When I […]

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Dillon Gee Could Be Shutdown Due To High Innings

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The Mets are concerned about Gee’s innings load and it looks like there’s a fifty-fifty chance that Dillon Gee may be shutdown for the season after his remarkable debut last night against the Nationals. Andy McCullough of NJ.com explains: Gee tore the labrum in his shoulder last year. He threw 161 1/3 innings with the Bisons […]

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Does Ollie Need To See Some More Action?

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

It’s September 7th and the Mets are no where near contention for a playoff spot. With the season winding down and no playoff birth in site, this is where the Mets and their fans begin to look at the off season. One task the Mets’ new GM will have this off season is to unload […]

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Morning Grind: The Evolution Will Be Televised

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

Good Morning, Mets Faithful, Are we there yet? Prime example: Johan wants to pitch. Johan can pitch. Jerry Manuel says, “It’s not in the best interest of the organization to push him at this particular point.” That could be the mantra for a lot of players on this team at this point in September. So the […]

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9/7 Minor League Playoff Report! Vaughn!

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

A- New York Penn League: Brooklyn 6/13/2, Jamestown 7/8/0, Jamestown leads 1-0, best of 3 The Cyclones rallied from 6-1 don with 2 in the 5th, 1 in the 7th and 2 in the 8th to tie, before Wes Wrenn gave up a run in the bottom of the 8th, providing Jamestown with the final […]

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Game Preview: Mets @ Nationals

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

We are sorry for the interruption but today we bring you back to your regularly scheduled day game. The Mets play the 12:30 game today as they look to build off of yesterday’s win featuring young Starter Dillon Gee. Today, the Mets will be looking for Dickey to bounce back from his last start as […]

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In Defense Of The Wilpons: Are The Mets Heading To The Junkyard?

An article by posted on September 8, 2010 0 Comments

Think back to that first car you owned. Wont it always have a special place in your heart? Remember all the great memories and the feeling of freedom that came with it. Cruising around with your friends, stereo blasting. Driving a bit too fast, too reckless. Finding that one special dimly lit place to make […]

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Gee Strings Together Seven Solid Innings In Mets 4-1 Win

An article by posted on September 7, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets beat the Nationals by the score of 4-1 as Dillon Gee picks up the win in his Major League debut in Washington. Game Notes Dillon Gee was stellar in his Major League debut, taking a no-hitter into the sixth inning until the diabolical Willie Harris broke up the no-hit bid and the shutout with a homer […]

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Japanese Phenom, Yu Darvish, Is On The Mets Radar

An article by posted on September 7, 2010 0 Comments

It looks like the Mets are taking a serious look at Japanese sensation, right-handed starting pitcher, Yu Darvish. Two weeks ago, the Mets and Yankees had scouts on-hand to watch Darvish showing off his electrifying assortment of pitches, all of which he can throw for strikes. Darvish struck out 10 hitters in that game for his tenth double digit strikeout game […]

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MMO Fan Post: Is A Fiery Manager The Cure For The Mets?

An article by posted on September 7, 2010 0 Comments

* * * Metsmerized Fan Post * * * Last summer I was unemployed and wasted a great deal of time flipping channels in the early afternoon. One day, in late August, I found SNY airing a “Mets Classic” from 1991 against the Phillies. Howard Johnson was coming to the plate, men in scoring position, two […]

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