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Oh My Gado, Another Setback

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Adam Rubin of the Daily News is reporting that Carlos Delgado suffered a strained right oblique muscle while rehabbing from hip surgery in Port St. Lucie, assistant GM John Ricco said. Delgado was examined in New York by doctor Struan Coleman on Wednesday. Ricco indicated that the strain was not believed to be overly severe. “The […]

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Mets Win 6-4; Salvage Series

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The Mets (53-61) beat the D-Backs (52-63) by a score of 6-4 to avoid being swept. The Mets were 2-7 on this recent west coast trip. Oliver Perez was his usual self. 5.1 IP, 1 ER 7 SO. Which is OK, especially the 7 SO. But what kicked him out of the game was the […]

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Welcome Back, Welcome Back, Welcome Back

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Welcome back, Where your dreams were your ticket out. Welcome back, To that same old place that you laughed about. Well the names have all changed since you hung around, But those dreams have remained and they’re turned around. Who’d have thought they’d lead ya (Who’d have thought they’d lead ya) Back here where we […]

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I Urge The Wilpons To Spare Us Anymore Frustration

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According to Matt Cerrone and Adam Rubin, Omar Minaya could be getting phased out in favor of John Ricco who is currently the Assistant GM of the Mets. They also speculate that there could be a swap of roles where Omar slips into a player development role, while Ricco becomes the front man. I’m no […]

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Mets Can’t Handle Heat; They Lose 6-2 To D-Backs

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Livan Hernandez started the second game of the series and, like most of his games, started off shaky. Livan, was not his usual inning eater self, as he only went 4 innings, giving up 5 runs, 3 walks, and struck out 5. Tim Redding did a nice job following Livan’s poor start. Redding pitched two scoreless […]

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On The Inside… Looking In

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I was watching the post game show after one of our many recent losses. You know the kind I’m referring to. The kind of loss where our lack of hitting turns marginal starters into Sandy Koufax. The kind of loss where a team who has not been hitting suddenly erupts and breaks out of their […]

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8/11 Minor League Report! LUTZ, Lucas, Hinojosa!

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INT AAA: Buffalo 8/11/0, Buffalo 6/14/1 2b Argenis Reyes 1 for 4, BB, K, .271 dh Andy Green 2 for 4, run, BB, .233 lf Nick Evans 2 for 5, 2b (9), .190 1b Mike Lamb 1 for 5, run, 2b, 2 RBI, K, .254 rf Jason Dubois 0 for 5, K, .100 cf Chip […]

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Forget Bobby Valentine and Consider Ryne Sandberg

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There’s a lot of talk regarding change these days in Mets circles. There’s talk of change at both the general manager and the team manager position too. One name that continues to popup is former Mets manager Bobby Valentine, who is suddenly very available.  I know that there are still many Bobby Valentine fans out there, […]

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Mets Drop Opener To D-Backs, 7-4

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The Mets current west coast swing through the basement of the National League’s Western Division is becoming a difficult one. After losing three of four to the Padres over the weekend, the team dropped the opener in a three-game series to the Diamondbacks last night, 7-4. In his first stop since his wife gave birth […]

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Santana Trade Did Not Kill The Farm System

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The last 2 years we have heard that when the Mets traded Carlos Gomez, Phil Humber, Deolis Guerra and Kevin Mulvey for Johan Santana, that the trade killed the farm system.  The Mets, and for some reason the media, told us this trade while it was necessary and important, completely decimated the farm system.  This […]

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