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Is CC Sabathia Really Worth It?

An article by posted on November 15, 2008

With the Yankees once again setting the bar for the free agency period by making a ridiculous offer to CC Sabathia, I find myself asking: “Is really worth 6+ years/$150+ million?” I don’t think he’s worth it. Sorry. While the Santana-Sabathia 1-2 punch would easily be the sickest in all of baseball, while we would […]

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The Mets Bullpen: The Age and ERA game (against the Rumored New Guys)

An article by posted on November 15, 2008

Over the last week, there are four pitchers that have been attached to becoming New York Mets in the pen, Fuentes, Cordero, Cruz, and Beimel. At the same time, there are three Mets who are being shopped around; Heilman, Feliciano, and Schoenweis. The three that are being shopped are slightly older than the average player […]

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Today is the Day We Have Been Waiting for: The Start of the Free Agency Season

An article by posted on November 14, 2008

When the clock struck midnight about 9 and half hours ago, and the calender flipped from Thursday the 13th to Friday the 14th, the planets realigned themselves and it was time for the Sport Superstar agent to make lots of money. All joking aside, this is the day we have been waiting for because although […]

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Omar Minaya Says “No Changes Coming On Offense”

An article by posted on November 14, 2008

In an exclusive interview with Mike Francesa of WFAN, Omar Minaya revealed some of his most telling comments of the team’s off season strategy. According to Francesa, Omar Minaya plans to solely focus on starting pitching and finding a closer. When asked about free agent Manny Ramirez or trading for Orlando Hudson, he shook them off and […]

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K-Rod To Mets One Step Closer To Reality

An article by posted on November 13, 2008

Yes it’s true, the word around those who are close to some Mets insiders, and those who are monitoring every word that K-Rod and his agent say, are all in agreement that the Mets would be a perfect fit for the most sought after closer. Can lightning strike twice in back to back off seasons […]

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Would Magglio Ordonez Be A Good Fit?

An article by posted on November 12, 2008
Would Magglio Ordonez Be A Good Fit?

Detroit Tigers GM, Dave Dombrowski recently revealed his off season game plan which focuses on three major team needs. “We have to weigh some needs for a catcher, at shortstop, and in our bullpen. We’ve talked to a lot of clubs. A lot happens between now and the Christmas holidays. I think there’ll be a […]

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K-Rod Lowers Demands From Five To Four Years, Should We Bite?

An article by posted on November 12, 2008

Yesterday. K-Rod’s agent Paul Kinzer was a guest on WFAN’s Boomer and Carton Show. He didn’t hide his attempt to endear Mets fans to his client. “(There are three to four teams in the running) besides the Mets,” Kinzer said. “It’s a good fit because he likes pitching in the big games on the big […]

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No Sour Grapes For Johan Santana

An article by posted on November 11, 2008

When the Mets went after Johan Santana last off season, some Mets fans were stoked, while others thought we either gave up too much to get him, or that we paid him too much to keep him. Fast forward 12 months later… I think it’s safe to say that there’s not one Mets fan who […]

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Why Aren’t The Mets Going After C.C. Sabathia?

An article by posted on November 11, 2008

It’s been assumed for most of the off season so far, that the Mets will be targeting starting pitchers like Derek Lowe, Brad Penny and A.J. Burnett. And while either of them would fit nicely into the Mets’ rotation, I first have to ask why not C.C. Sabathia or Roy Halladay or Jake Peavy? Last […]

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Take No Prisoners

An article by posted on November 11, 2008

Like a gift from the Baseball Gods, the ball fell from the heavens into the glove of left fielder Cleon Jones. Prayers were answered. The impossible dream became reality. As the champagne was sprayed in the clubhouse and the field was torn up by adoring fans, no one could have imagined it would take another […]

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