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Mets Did Rain Dance, Victory Dance Last Week

An article by posted on July 2, 2007

Last Wednesday’s rain-shortened game against the Cardinals got my wheels spinning once again. And actually, my number one question came a day later: Why in creation did the Mets and Cards NOT play Thursday night’s game?  What did Thursday have to do with Wednesday?  I live literally 20 minutes from Shea (without traffic) and it was dry and clear […]

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WIN FREE TICKETS TO SEE THE NEW YORK METS!

An article by posted on July 1, 2007

Mets Merized is doing it again! We are giving away another pair of FREE Mets Tickets as part of our 4th of July Grand Slam Ticket Giveaway! Win two tickets to see the Washington Nationals take on the New York Mets at Shea on Monday, Septemeber 24. All you need to do is correctly answer the […]

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It Was David That Helped The Mets Wright Their Ship

An article by posted on July 1, 2007

It feels like decades since the Mets last swept a series, but this afternoon they have a chance to do just that. What makes it even more enticing is that it comes against an old nemesis, the Philadelphia Phillies. It was the Phillies who last swept the Mets at Shea Stadium, and sent the Mets […]

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Mets Merized Quick Minor League Report PLUS QUESTION OF THE WEEK!

An article by posted on June 30, 2007

  Sorry folks, but no full report today. Minor League Report will return next Saturday in its entirety.   PLAYER NEWS: FERNANDO MARTINEZ has been to selected to play in the 2007 All-Star Futures Game at San Francisco. The game will take place on July 8th. MARTINEZ will play on the World Team, managed by […]

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El Duque Dont Need To Cheat To Beat The Likes Of Rollins, Howard and Utley!

An article by posted on June 30, 2007

Charlie Manuel, the manager of the Philadelphia Phillies, and the rest of those Philadelphia Cheesecakes may have just catapulted the Mets out of their month long slump on Friday. Besides continuing their usual round of trash talking, this time from starter Cole Hamels, they picked a fight with the wrong guy during game one of the doubleheader when they accused […]

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Schoeneweis Has Been A Bust, But The Bullpen Has Improved Lately

An article by posted on June 28, 2007

Before I report on the bullpen, just a little info on tonight’s pitching match-up. Orlando Hernandez will take the mound tonight and try to defeat someone who gave some Mets fans nightmares in the off-season, including Carlos Beltran. Of course I’m talking about Adam Wainwright who takes the mound tonight as a starter rather than […]

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Carlos Delgado: The Mets Have Been Down This Road Before

An article by posted on June 28, 2007

Everyone wants to know what the deal is with Carlos Delgado. It’s really plain to see if you ask me. Carlos Delgado has just turned 35. Much like sluggers Jeff Bagwell, Glenn Davis, and Jack Clark to name a few, Delgado has experienced a very sharp decline like they did. The players I mentioned played […]

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Mike Pelfrey Gets The Call And Will Start Friday Against The Phillies

An article by posted on June 28, 2007

It’s now official… Mike Pelfrey will indeed start one of the games against the Philadelphia Phillies in Friday’s doubleheader. This move is borne more out of necessity rather than Pelfrey dominating hitters in the minors. He is currently 2-2 with a 3.38 ERA in New Orleans, and has given up 43 hits and 15 walks […]

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Do You Really Bleed Orange And Blue? Then Prove It!

An article by posted on June 28, 2007
Do You Really Bleed Orange And Blue? Then Prove It!

  Today is the final day for All Star voting!  If you are a REAL Mets fan, than I implore you to vote today for Paul Lo Duca. He is the heart and soul of the New York Mets and we owe it to ourselves to show him how much we appreciate the impact he […]

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From The Orange Seats – WE’RE BAAAAAAACK!

An article by posted on June 26, 2007

Man, what difference a week makes. From losing six straight series, to winning four games in a row, it appears to me that the Mets are back. When I think of the Mets, I think of winning series, clutch hits, and a good combo of pitching and hitting. Well, they got that right now. If […]

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