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Getting the Wright Return

An article by posted on April 22, 2011 0 Comments

As time ticks away, and the Mets continue to lose games to inferior franchises, I get closer and closer to the thought that David Wright has to be made publically available for the good of the franchise.  It’s not a dislike for Wright, or a disgust for the Mets, the Wilpon’s etc. It has nothing […]

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What A Difference A Bay Can Make

An article by posted on April 22, 2011 0 Comments

David Wright, Carlos Beltran, Jason Bay and Ike Davis together at last in the middle of the order.  I know it is only one game, but inserting Bay into the middle of that lineup really solidifies the middle of the batting order.  Jason did not tear the cover off the ball in his first game back, but just his […]

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These Are The Times Where We Miss Santana

An article by posted on April 22, 2011 0 Comments

With the Mets now officially the worst team in baseball, and no clear way to stop the bleeding, these are the times we miss ace Johan Santana. Without Santana, the Mets have no legitimate stopper in the rotation, something they are in dire need of. But given that we shouldn’t realistically expect Santana to return until July, what […]

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3 Up, 3 Down: Houston? We Have A Problem.

An article by posted on April 22, 2011 0 Comments

Come on, you knew when the Mets lost the first two games of this series, this 3 Up & 3 Down entry would be called “Houston We Have A Problem”, how could it not be? Our guys lose 2 of 3 to the Astros, and their record is now 6-13. The 3 Ups all come […]

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Wrighting Wrongs, Cap Strong, Mets Win 9-1

An article by posted on April 22, 2011 0 Comments

Chris Capuano went seven strong innings and David Wright broke out of his slump in a big way and the Mets won 9-1, with Jason Bay playing for the first time this season Game Notes Chris Capuano came out today and was outstanding, pitching until the seventh inning, allowing one run on six hits walking […]

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Francesa Calls Alderson A Liar, Then Invites Him To His Show

An article by posted on April 21, 2011 0 Comments

This afternoon, Mets GM Sandy Alderson was a guest of Mike Francesa on Sportsradio 660 WFAN. Before Alderson’s appearance, Francesa referred to Alderson as a liar – repeatedly saying that Alderson came on his show and lied. Francesa came to this conclusion because Alderson is an intelligent baseball man with an Ivy League degree and is not […]

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Has Angel Pagan Lost His Wings?

An article by posted on April 21, 2011 0 Comments

Angel Pagan has been off to a dreadful start, and there is no debating that. Pagan has not only batted under .170 so far, but he has also lacked the clutch hitting that the Mets relied on so heavily last season. With such a slow start in 2011, it begs the question we are reluctant to ask: Was 2010 just a fluke […]

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Astros vs Mets: Notes, Starting Lineup, Game Preview

An article by posted on April 21, 2011 0 Comments

Starting Lineup Jose Reyes, ss Angel Pagan, cf David Wright, 3b Carlos Beltran, rf Jason Bay, lf Ike Davis, 1b Justin Turner, 2b Mike Nickeas, c Chris Capuano, lhp Mets Notes DANIEL MURPHY: Equaled his career-high with three hits last night…It was the 11th time he’s had three hits in a game, last accomplished on […]

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They Really Are A Team

An article by posted on April 21, 2011 0 Comments
They Really Are A Team

Last night I saw R.A. Dickey meeting with the press after the game – a tough loss. However R.A. makes no excuses – in fact after a couple of dreadful innings he shaped up and pitched deep into the game. This is no kid trying to get a place on a team, this is a […]

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Mets On Track To Beat Their Own MLB Record Of 120 Losses

An article by posted on April 21, 2011 0 Comments

Due to the changing nature of Baseball there are certain records which will stand forever. Cy Young’s 511 wins and Walter Johnson’s 113 shutouts come to mind. Nowadays pitchers don’t even toss 113 complete games much less 113 shutouts. Then there are records which were supposed to stand forever but did not, such as Ty Cobb’s […]

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