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Let’s Steal 4 From Pittsburgh

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

I don’t think I was the only Mets fan this morning who is a little surprised to see that they share first place with the Phillies. It’s like a cherry on top of Wednesday night’s sundae of a game. Seeing the Mets play an actual laugher of a game vs. the Nationals on Wednesday night […]

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Mets Tied For First After Big Win Against Nationals!

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

After embarrassing the Nationals Wednesday night, with a score of 12-0, the Mets have learned that they are now tied with the Phillies after a walk-off home run by Nomar Garciaparra. Both teams are without a consistent bullpen as they are without their respective closers, Wagner on the DL and Lidge has a sore shoulder. […]

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The Mets Get Back To Business In The Second Half

An article by posted on July 17, 2008

The first half of the season is over, thankfully. And as we get back to the second half of the season, I hope we can look forward to continuing to enjoy watching New York Mets Baseball. The past two weeks have been exciting. The Mets have been playing the type of baseball we all hoped […]

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I Hate It When I’m Right… Billy Wagner Is No All Star

An article by posted on July 16, 2008

Some called last night’s All Star marathon a great game and an exciting game… whatever… For me it was a star-studded bore… So what else is new for National League fans who have been waiting 12 years for a win. Of course, as fate would have it, a New York Met figured prominently in the game’s […]

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F-Mart and Jon Niese: Omar Minaya Is Ready To Promote From Within

An article by posted on July 15, 2008

If some of you are waiting to see what players the Mets might be targeting at the trade deadline, don’t hold your breath. According to Joel Sherman of the NY Post, Omar Minaya has no master plan to fill the left field or bullpen vacancy via a trade. Instead, Omar feels the Mets can fill any […]

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This Week In Baseball History

An article by posted on July 15, 2008

This week I begin the first part of a new feature. I hope everyone enjoys reading it as much as I enjoyed researching it. JULY 14: 1916: Ernie Koob of the Cleveland Indians pitches a complete game, going all 17 innings, in a 0-0 tie with Boston 1934: Lou Gehrig plays shortstop and bats lead-off. […]

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Mike Pelfrey Named National League Player of the Week

An article by posted on July 14, 2008
Mike Pelfrey Named National League Player of the Week

Following a spectacular win at Shea last night, Mike Pelfrey has been named "NL Player of the Week." Pelfrey has amazed everyone with his confidence and control. The 24-year-old went 2-0 while not allowing a run over his two starts against the San Francisco Giants and Colorado Rockies during the week ending July 13th. Over […]

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The All Star Break Couldn’t Have Come at a Worse Time for Mets

An article by posted on July 14, 2008

The New York Mets find themselves just a half game behind their rival Philadelphia Phillies.  The Mets, who have won nine straight, as well as their fans, are probably wishing that somehow, some way, this mid-summer classic was an end-of-the-season classic, so as not to break this team’s unbelievable momentum.  Nine in a row is […]

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Fernando Martinez: The Future Is Now For F-Mart

An article by posted on July 14, 2008

Fernando Martinez, or F-Mart as he is now called, represented the Mets in yesterday’s MLB Future’s Game. He played centerfield and went 1-2 at the plate. Martinez was not having a spectacular season, and in fact he has missed a lot of time due to injures, but in 218 at-bats for the B-Mets this season, he was batting […]

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Dan’s The Man!

An article by posted on July 14, 2008

Where would the Mets be this past few weeks without new pitching coach Dan Warthen? It seems in just a short amount of time that he has brought this year’s pitching staff back to life and has really jump-started Mike Pelfrey. Since taking over for Rick Peterson last month, Warthen has corrected Oliver Perez’s inconsistency, dramatically changed […]

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