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Playoff Roster Scenario – Part 1 of 3

An article by posted on September 19, 2008

As I wrote in a post earlier this week, the Mets are making the playoffs. Whether it’s by winning the division or winning the Wild Card, I have absolutely no doubt the Mets are in. That being said, I was wondering about a few decisions the Mets may soon have to face in constructing their […]

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Why Doesn’t Anyone Blame David Wright?

An article by posted on September 19, 2008

I love David Wright as much as the next Mets fan (okay, maybe even more) but he seems to be immune to any blame for the Mets current affairs. I got excited as David finally reached the .300 mark last week and I cried when David entered a 1-for-18 slide that puts his current average […]

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The Mets Need More Than Church To Save Them

An article by posted on September 18, 2008

All during the period Ryan Church was recovering from his post concussion syndrome, I couldn’t wait for him to return and help save the Mets’ floundering offense. Now that he has returned, I can’t help but wonder if he’s the same exciting player we saw in April and May, or the mediocre player he was […]

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Reyes and Righties

An article by posted on September 18, 2008

Just another September in Flushing, and we’re in the midst of a struggle between the lines. Every night brings minor strokes and heart attacks to the life of every Mets fan. Last night, it was stated that Jose Reyes has not been feeling comfortable at the plate against the left-handed pitchers. That gives a huge explanation as to […]

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Shave Zone = Mets Cancer

An article by posted on September 18, 2008

I’m not sure if you noticed, but I have. Where is Giuseppe Franco? As much as that commercial is annoying, I think he’s the one that has the winning magic for us. Not Jerry Manuel, not Mr. Met, not Ramon Castro. It’s Giuseppe Franco. His “Procede” commercials clogged SNY for about 90 percent of the […]

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Another Casualty – Easley Could Be Done For The Season

An article by posted on September 18, 2008

Less than two days ago the Mets learned that Fernando Tatis separated his shoulder and would be out for the rest of the season. Last night we learned that Damion Easley is dangerously close to that same fate. Easley revealed yesterday that he had actually suffered a small tear of his right quadriceps muscle. The tear […]

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Most Memorable Moments at Shea – MetsMerized Style

An article by posted on September 17, 2008

As the final season at Shea Stadium draws to a close, I thought it would be a fun idea to share some of Mets Merized’s very own favorite moments at Shea.  Thanks to everyone who was so eager to contribute their story to this compilation.  Anyone who is a true Mets fan and/or who has […]

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And Now The Fun Part Of The Season Begins

An article by posted on September 17, 2008

Say what you want about last night’s stinker against the Nats, but I’m not ready to throw in the towel just yet. It’s become quite clear to me that this Mets team plays a heck of a lot better when they are doing the chasing rather than being chased. While last night’s loss represented a big […]

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Is It Fair To Compare David Wright To Alex Rodriguez?

An article by posted on September 16, 2008

I came across an interesting blurb by Matt Cerrone as I was checking out MetsBlog this morning. While commenting on David Wright’s post game comments, Matt wrote… Wright better be careful, especially with his post-game comments, as, from what I can tell listening to other fans, he is walking dangerously close to being portrayed like Alex Rodriguez, […]

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It’s Not Really A Collapse, It’s Just The Mets Choking

An article by posted on September 16, 2008

The Dow Jones’ 500 point drop certainly rocked Wall St. and Main St. on Monday. Clearly, that was a collapse. Losing a seven game lead in the final two weeks of the season, also classifies as a collapse… A huge collapse. As clearly defined by David Lennon of Newsday, Technically, if the Mets fail to win the […]

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