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Ram’s Rambles: K-Rod’s Out

An article by posted on July 13, 2011 0 Comments

So let’s play with this topic, then. Francisco Rodriguez, the now former Mets closer, was traded with $5 Million to the Brewers for two PTBNL. The Brewers basically got an amazing deal here because they got a good reliever, who will have no choice but to set-up Axford, and the Mets are paying for him. […]

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Why Trade Francisco? Why Not!

An article by posted on July 13, 2011 0 Comments

I’m very happy this move happened last night. Here’s a few reasons why,  #1) K-Rod hired Scott Boras just a few days ago, and upon that hiring Boras began to send subtle threats to the Mets and Alderson that he controls where he goes and not Alderson.  #2) If you choose to buy into the fact […]

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Beltran On Joining Red Sox, “It’s A No-Brainer”

An article by posted on July 13, 2011 0 Comments

Last weekend, Carlos Beltran strongly hinted to John Shea of the San Francisco Chronicle, that he would veto his no-trade clause to approve a deal to the Giants. “I have made it clear to the organization that the only way I’d accept a deal is if it’s to a team that’s contending,” the Mets’ outfielder said. ”I […]

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K-Rod Trade A Salary Dump To Keep Reyes, Phenomenal Move!

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Now that Francisco Rodriguez is off to Milwaukee, Sandy Alderson and the Mets have an extra $17.5 million off the books for next year. This trade is a great move by Alderson for just that very reason because now they can use that money for a more significant player, namely Jose Reyes. With Reyes’ impending […]

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A Win – Win Trade For The Brewers and The Wilpons

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A Win – Win Trade For The Brewers and The Wilpons

I know many of you were as shocked as I was when the news broke late last night that the Mets had unloaded Francisco Rodriguez plus some cash (Sherman says it’s $5 million) to the Milwaukee Brewers in return for two players to be named later. The trade accomplishes two things for the Mets. One, […]

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Interview: Ted Berg of SNY Talks Trade Deadline, K-Rod, Beltran, First Half and More!

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Interview: Ted Berg of SNY Talks Trade Deadline, K-Rod, Beltran, First Half and More!

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of talking with SNY’s Ted Berg on my radio show, “Mets Talk Live! Wright or Wrong?!?”, and and boy what a show it turned out to be. Here are just a few of the topics we mulled over: JS: Given the injuries to stars like David Wright, Ike Davis, Jose […]

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Photos: Are The Mets Buyers Or Sellers?

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Photos: Are The Mets Buyers Or Sellers?

The season long question of whether the Mets would be buyers or sellers at the Trade Deadline, has now been answered. These exclusive photos provide convincing evidence that the Mets are in fact sellers, which of course most teams are when they are 11 games back and wallowing in third place.  The only thing I can […]

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Mets Have Some Risky Rental Players

An article by posted on July 13, 2011 0 Comments

With the trade deadline fast approaching, the Mets still appear uncertain about whether they’ll be buyers or sellers. Eventually, they’ll have to make a decision, and if they wind up being sellers, they possess several risky trade targets—possibly too risky to be thought of as rental players. The first of course is Jose Reyes. Though […]

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Mike Piazza Sports Mets Cap In Futures Game, A Sign Of Things To Come?

An article by posted on July 12, 2011 0 Comments
Mike Piazza Sports Mets Cap In Futures Game, A Sign Of Things To Come?

Mets Legend and future Hall-of-Famer Mike Piazza managed the 2011 XM Futures Game, sporting a Mets cap, not a Dodgers. He also wore a Mets cap during last night’s All-Star Legends and Celebrities Softball game, not a Dodgers. A decision similar to this will have to be made in the coming future once Piazza is elected to Cooperstown, Mets cap or Dodgers?  Now […]

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Should Teams Be Required To Raise Height of Railings At Ballparks?

An article by posted on July 12, 2011 0 Comments

For many fans. one item that they always bring to the ballpark is their baseball gloves. We all know why they bring them – it’s so they can catch a ball that has either been hit or touched by a player.  This has been part of baseball tradition for a long time.  But as of late, this tradition is […]

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