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Hot as Fire or Not at All?

An article by posted on June 14, 2008

Welcome Mets fans to another installment of Hot of Not. Not a lot of highlights this week. There have been some, such as Carlos Beltran’s walk off home run but most of the focus this week has been on Willie Randolph’s job and which coaches may go with him. Lets get started: Hot As FireMy […]

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Minor League Player of the Week – Mike Carp (1B/OF)

An article by posted on June 14, 2008
Minor League Player of the Week – Mike Carp (1B/OF)

I know, I probably featured him once already (I don’t recall), but I just can’t help myself as this man’s bat is absolutely on fire. Here’s a short history of this man. Mike Carp was drafted by the Mets in the ninth round (254th overall) in 2004, out of high school in Lakewood, California, drafted […]

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Maybe We Are Not That Good

An article by posted on June 14, 2008

It’s time to face some hard, cold facts. This season has, thus far, been a source of huge let downs and disappointments for both Mets fans and players alike. With the exception of an occasional bright spot, 2008 has been an unending deluge of heartache and frustration. Almost since Opening Day it has become clear […]

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Mets Top Picks Will Suit Up For The Brooklyn Cyclones

An article by posted on June 14, 2008

According to MLB.com, the New York Mets announced today that they have signed shortstop Reese Havens and right handed pitcher Brad Holt and assigned both to Single-A Brooklyn of the New York-Penn League. Havens was the club’s 22nd overall selection in the first round of the 2008 Major League Baseball’s First Year Player Draft from […]

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Don’t Believe Everything You Read – Willie’s Job Is Safe For Now

An article by posted on June 13, 2008

When I woke up this morning and went to work, I read about two dozen posts on the "Willie Watch". I was tempted to write my own post on the matter, but thought otherwise. Throughout the day I wondered if Willie would still be the manager when I got home. And, as you all know by now, […]

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Where There’s a Will(ie), There’s a Way

An article by posted on June 13, 2008

I sat there stunned as Billy Wagner blew his 5th save yesterday. I turned the game off after that because I had a feeling of what was going to happen next: enter Heilman, D-Backs win game. Of course, I put none of the blame on Heilman himself because he would not have been pitching had Wags […]

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I Used To Rule The World

An article by posted on June 13, 2008

At a loss for words on how the last week of baseball has played out here are some uncanny lyrics that fit the state of the Mets…. Viva la Vida by Coldplay I used to rule the worldSeas would rise when I gave the wordNow in the morning I sweep aloneSweep the streets I used to ownI […]

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A Game Is Just A Game

An article by posted on June 12, 2008

In the past week, we have seen our beloved Mets return to their losing ways through a mixture of poor relief pitching and lack of clutch production. One week ago, the Mets appeared to have “turned the corner” onto a winning street. Unfortunately, they switched off their GPS device and made another turn.  Last night, […]

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Mets Just Keep Wasting Time

An article by posted on June 11, 2008

Better late than never.  And I know it’s not the smartest move to post during a game, but I have to.  All day I had writer’s block – What to write about?  What to talk about?  Well now there’s plenty. What in hell was Willie thinking pulling Pelfrey when he did?  Is one lousy little […]

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Enough Is Enough, Bring Up Some Of The Kids

An article by posted on June 11, 2008

I have completely had it with this roster. I am tired of same old tired players playing the same old tired baseball. It’s not that I don’t like guys like Damion Easley, Marlon Anderson, Moises Alou, and all the other tired old veterans, I just think we have too many players like this. I feel like […]

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