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Is Santana Still The Ace We Traded For?

An article by posted on May 4, 2010 0 Comments

When Johan Santana was traded here I was extremely happy, he was supposed to be the best pitcher in the majors.  Santana was going to get the Mets a World Series title, the first World Series title since 1986.  Santana did not come cheap, it cost the Mets prospects that didn’t amount to much but […]

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Should the Mets Inquire About Javier Vazquez?

An article by posted on May 4, 2010 0 Comments

Up until a few days ago, we Mets fans were in heaven on earth. Mets in first, Yanks in 2nd. How could it be any better? I never really understood the fascination with caring about the Yankees record to be honest. I don’t get giddy over the Subway Series either. I worry about Philadelphia-Atlanta-Florida-Washington. I […]

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Lighten Up! Johan Santana Has Always Been Homer Prone

An article by posted on May 4, 2010 0 Comments

Look!  Up in the sky!  It’s a bird!  It’s a plane!  It’s Supe…No, wait.  It’s just another home run given up by Johan Santana. I’ve been reading many articles and blogs on numerous sites, including this one, on who’s to blame for Johan Santana’s poor performance against the Phillies on Sunday night.  It was surely […]

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Walkoff Homer Sends Mets To Third Straight Loss

An article by posted on May 4, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets dropped the first of three to the Reds in 11 innings when Manny Acosta served up a game winning homer to Lance Nix in the bottom of the 11th. Oliver Perez started for the Mets and did his best to keep them in the game. Perez was able to escape a crucial jam […]

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The Case For Promoting Chris Carter To The Mets

An article by posted on May 3, 2010 0 Comments

Yesterday afternoon while scanning the channels on my TV, I surprisingly stumbled upon the SNY broadcast of yesterday’s Bisons’ game against the Louisville Bats. I had no idea that SNY even broadcasted these games, but was so glad to take in a minor league game and watch prospects like Dillon Gee and Jason Pridie. It was a great game […]

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NL East Report – Phillies Back In First Edition

An article by posted on May 3, 2010 0 Comments

Philadelphia Phillies: (14-10; Leader) The Philadelphia Phillies took…well, you know what happened. The Phillies are set to open a three game series with the St. Louis Cardinals. Tuesday’s pitching matchup will be Adam Wainwright vs. Cole Hamels. Also, Joe Blanton may come back of the DL this week. Florida Marlins: (13-12; -1.5) The Marlins took […]

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Johan Is the Man…. to blame!

An article by posted on May 3, 2010 0 Comments

You know as if I didn’t wake up today in a worse mood. I’m an NHL Penguins fan and a Mets fan of course, so yesterday was on all accounts, a bad sports day. Today, I read two posts on our site describing in great detail why basically Jerry Manuel deserves to take the heat […]

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Mets at Reds Series Preview

An article by posted on May 3, 2010 0 Comments

So here we are, less than 24 hours removed from as tough of a loss to swallow as any we’ve had so far in 2010. There is one positive thing to note from Sunday’s loss. We don’t have to listen to Miller & Morgan talk about the Mets until the Yankees come to town on […]

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Blame It On The “Reign” Of Jerry Manuel

An article by posted on May 3, 2010

As I sat there last night and watched a fourth inning unfold that included a bases-loaded walk to the opposing 47-year-old pitcher (the second consecutive walk of the inning, mind you) and a grand slam home run to the most hated Phillies player, probably ever, I thought that maybe, just maybe, I had entered some […]

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5/3 Minor League Report! WHAT DOES CHRIS CARTER HAVE TO DO?

An article by posted on May 3, 2010 0 Comments

AAA International League: Buffalo 7/12/3, Louisville 20/24/1 (yikes) The good news? The Bisons beat up on Aroldis Chapman today. The bad news? Louisville beat the snot out of every pitcher the Bisons sent out there, sans Bobby Parnell. The Bisons offense had 12 hits and a walk, while going 5 for 11 (.455) with RISP, […]

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