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The Most Important Player On Our Team

An article by posted on July 6, 2008

In one of my recent blogs, I defended Carlos Delgado. Many fans have blamed the first baseman as the primary reason for our struggles and inconsistent play this entire season. Baseball is a team sport. The 2008 Mets will either succeed or fail as a team. However, that being said, there is one player who […]

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Carlos Beltran To Start Batting Second

An article by posted on July 6, 2008

What a nice bounce-back effort by the Mets last night as they defeated the Phillies 9-4. The game may have been a springboard to some upcoming changes in the Mets lineup starting with a new look in the top of the order. Last night during our Gameday Live open thread, our topic of discussion was […]

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The Hot and The (Mostly) Not

An article by posted on July 5, 2008

Welcome to another installment of Hot or Not. If you would have asked me last week, I would have said our most frustrating loss was the 11-0 blowout to Seattle. This morning, I would say yesterday’s loss to the Phillies would go down as our most frustrating. Since Willie Randolph left, we’ve moved up to […]

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Manuel: “He Was Stressed” – Santana: “I Was Fine”

An article by posted on July 5, 2008

As I look back at last night’s gut-wrenching loss, I felt the game hinged on the decision to pull Johan Santana after only 95 pitches. Here we go with the damn pitch counts again. I thought this wouldn’t be such a big issue after firing Rick Peterson… Anyhow, I digress… In the post game, Jerry […]

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Mets Fans Don’t Need Any Fireworks From The Divisive Media

An article by posted on July 4, 2008

"Well I’m a-gonna raise a fuss, yeah I’m gonna raise a holler.About workin’ all summer just to try and earn a dollar.Sometimes I wonder what I’m a gonna do, But there ain’t no cure for the summertime blues." I’ve had all morning to reflect on the saga that has become the Jose Reyes and Keith […]

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Hopefully, No Phat Lady This Weekend

An article by posted on July 4, 2008

Mets fans all over have been holding their breath for the past month or so as we approach this weekend’s four-game series versus our division rivals, the <insert expletive> Phillies. Since our change in management in mid-June, the Mets have a record of 7-8, a coin flip out of context. With context, though, we see […]

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Jose Reyes and Keith Hernandez Almost Come To Blows?

An article by posted on July 4, 2008

Apparently news is slowly coming out regarding an incident involving SNY’s Keith Hernandez and Jose Reyes. In a New York Post exclusive Bart Hubbuch reports the follwing… Jose Reyes and Keith Hernandez had to be separated on the Mets charter plane Sunday night after a tense confrontation over Hernandez’s critical comments about the All-Star shortstop. A team […]

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Boooo! Is This Halloween Or A Mets Homestand

An article by posted on June 28, 2008

Once upon a time…there was a first baseman who played in New York. He was adored by fans, admired by teammates and respected by those who competed against him. Known for his large hands and quiet disposition, Gil Hodges led the Brooklyn Dodgers to the NL Pennant in 1952. Hodges hit 32 Home Runs that […]

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Johan Santana: I’m Not Perfect

An article by posted on June 28, 2008

The Yankees beat the Mets today 3-2 in a rain-soaked game at Shea that saw the Mets fall back to two games below .500… again. The Mets wasted yet another start from their new ace Johan Santana. That is now five straight losses in games that Johan Santana started. By the time he takes the mound again, […]

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Hot as Fire or Not at All?

An article by posted on June 28, 2008

Welcome to another installment of Hot or Not. This week was an interseting one in Mets Nation. After losing 2 out of three to the MLB worst Mariners, the Mets really picked up their game against the Yankees. Despite the 9-0 loss in the second game, the Mets offense did manage to get on base. […]

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