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I’m Looking Forward To Having Alou Back

An article by posted on May 2, 2008

One of the good things I can still remember about last season was just how good the Mets played when Moises Alou was in the lineup. Although I was indifferent about his signing, I slowly but surely became a big fan the more I saw of him. I expected to see an old washed up […]

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The Final Word On Boo-Gate

An article by posted on May 1, 2008

Let me first tell you that I wrote this article a few days ago when the topic was at it’s most relevant point. I waited anxiously for my regular posting day to weigh in on the subject and I hope you grant me the courtesy of expressing my opinion on the matter.   Baseball is a […]

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“Mayday, Mayday”, Billy Wagner Sounds The Alarm

An article by posted on May 1, 2008

All it took was 1 2/3 innings yesterday, for Oliver Perez to sink the Mets against the punchless Pirates. It was the Mets who looked like a ship of fools and not the Pirates who are the worst team in the league. It seems like every time Perez takes the mound he demoralizes his team by his […]

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Mets Win the Wright Way

An article by posted on April 30, 2008

Let me start out by saying “kudos” to the fans at Shea last night for not booing Carlos Delgado.  It’s time we put this whole thing behind us, once and for all, and just root, root, root for the home team!  And just to set the record straight, I never said booing was nice.  I […]

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Mets Fans Have Destroyed Their Homefield Advantage

An article by posted on April 29, 2008

Yes, it’s true and it pains me to say it. We have created such a feeling of hostility in our own home park that it has permeated into the minds of the players and turned our Mets fan base into a laughing stock throughout all of sports. We have made it a burden for the […]

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The Final Curtain on the Mets

An article by posted on April 28, 2008

I know it’s not my night, but since we have been rained out, what the heck… What is the problem? So Delgado didn’t give us a curtain call after his second homerun in yesterday’s win against the Braves. Boo-hoo. I mean a curtain call is nice and all, but there is no right or wrong […]

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Screw The Curtain Calls, Gimme More Two Homer Games

An article by posted on April 28, 2008

What in the world is all this fuss about curtain calls?? Like I said last night, who cares? As far as I’m concerned the only issue is that Carlos Delgado hit two homeruns and even won a Metsy for crying out loud… Do we have to make everything so negative all the time… even when […]

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And The “Metsy” Goes To…

An article by posted on April 28, 2008

A happy Monday morning indeed Met-heads!   This makes two weekends in a row that I was able to lay my head down at night peacefully, knowing the Mets had won. What makes this victory even sweeter is the fact it came at the expense of John Smoltz and the hated Braves. I always cringe when I […]

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Delgado Slams Two Homers, Then Slams The Crowd

An article by posted on April 27, 2008

Wow, what a way to make a statement. Today’s big win over John Smoltz and the Braves would not have been possible if not for the efforts of first baseman Carlos Delgado. Delgado launched a pair of homeruns today and we’re talking huge blasts, not the the garden variety homers the Mets have been hitting […]

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Minor League Player of the Week – Fernando Martinez (CF)

An article by posted on April 26, 2008

It’s no surprise that everyone is looking at the Mets future center fielder. Martinez was signed in 2005 as a non-drafted free agent. Native of the Dominican Republic, Martinez has shown signs of a five-tool player last year as he hit some home runs along with speed and a great arm. He was slowed down, […]

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