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This Mets Lineup Scares Nobody, Except Some Of Us Mets Fans

An article by posted on August 10, 2007

Mike Vaccaro of the NY Post asks the tough questions this morning. Questions that only the Mets can answer. Every few weeks, you keep waiting for the shock to the system that will finally apply the kick-start necessary for the Mets to achieve the manifest destiny in the NL East everyone seems to expect of […]

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Just Because Willie Says Every Game Is A Big Game, It Doesn’t Make It So

An article by posted on August 8, 2007

Did anyone happen to catch Willie Randolph’s interview last night on SNY’s Geico Post Game?? The reporters who were asking the questions really got his temperature boiling especially on one particular question that was asked… Is your team approaching this as a big series, because it seems like the Braves are, and you’re not? What […]

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Mets Must Be Brave and Beat Braves!

An article by posted on August 7, 2007

It is imperative that the Mets not just take this series, but sweep it. Taking two out of three games only gains one game in the standings, while sweeping gains three.  When the Mets last left Atlanta, they were only one and a half games ahead of the Braves. Since then, they have played just […]

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From The Orange Seats – The Future is Bright… Real Bright

An article by posted on August 7, 2007

This will be my last blog for August, both ‘Orange Seats and the Minor League Report. I’m taking a two-week vacation with my family. So, yeah. I’ll be back the 26th. On with the blog! Sitting in front of a computer while watching some SNY made me think, what does the future hold for us? […]

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Monday Mets Minutes

An article by posted on August 6, 2007

FYI… I figured I would make my Monday posts about my observations over the past week…so here goes… First off, congratulations to Tom Glavine for winning number 300!! I thought it was going to be another long stretch before we saw it, like waiting for the Mets to clinch last year! Well, it wasn’t saved […]

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Here Come The Braves: Will The Mets Be Ready This Time?

An article by posted on August 6, 2007

After allowing the dust to settle and the smoke to clear on the hoopla that was Tom Glavine’s 300th career victory, the Mets now have a far more significant matter at hand. With the milestone put in the rear view mirror, the focus is squarely set on the Atlanta Braves. They head to Flushing this […]

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Congratulations Tom Glavine!

An article by posted on August 5, 2007

After blowing Tom Glavine’s first attempt to win game 300, the Mets bats came alive and the bullpen was able to hang on to beat the Cubs 8-3 and secure the historic win for Glavine. Once again Tom’s family was on hand to witness the big win in a game that was fraught with plenty […]

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Pedro Martinez Leaves The Field To A Thunderous Ovation…

An article by posted on August 3, 2007

Mets.com tells us that Pedro Martinez showed up at Tradition Field believing he would throw about 45 pitches in a simulated game. He ended up throwing 67 and later declared that he has more knowledge now that all the work he’s done in overcoming rotator cuff surgery has been worth it. "I feel better about […]

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Four Reasons Why I Love The Luis Castillo Trade

An article by posted on July 30, 2007

As you all know by now, the Mets acquired second baseman Luis Castillo from the Twins, for Minor League catcher Drew Butera and Minor League outfielder Dustin Martin. I think it’s a great deal for the Mets and here are four reasons why. 1. The Number Two Spot – The acquisition of Luis Castillo finally solves the never […]

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How I “Met” the American Pastime

An article by posted on July 30, 2007

I love New York. No, really, I mean it – I looooove New York. Born in Flushing just minutes from Shea, it was inevitable that I would grow up to be a Mets fan. Dad was a die-hard fan; so was Mom. Both were originally Brooklyn Dodgers fans, growing up in Brooklyn. So it was no […]

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