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DePo Likes What He Sees From Nieuwenhuis

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Adam Rubin posted some comments about Mets prospect Kirk Nieuwenhuis made by Vice President of Player Development, Paul DePodesta “Obviously he’s having a great year,” DePodesta said. “There’s no real story there. The thing that is interesting to me about it is that he’s one of the rare guys that as he moves up levels, […]

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Cool Mets Links: Expanding Your Mets Universe

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There’s so much good reading in the Mets blogosphere these days compared to five years ago. There’s always a new Mets blog that pops up to bring a new perspective into the fold. There’s also those Mets blogs that toil away endlessly with great content that is always worth a read and adding to your favorites. Every […]

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Chris Young Was A Good Risk, Well Worth Taking

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Chris Young Was A Good Risk, Well Worth Taking

I wanted to update this with some great information from analyst/statistician/Met historian Mark Simon at ESPN who writes, Young’s 1.88 ERA would be the best overall mark for any Mets pitcher who made at least four starts with the team. In single-season annals, it’s topped only by Dwight Gooden’s 1.53 ERA in 1985, Mike Birkbeck’s 1.63 […]

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Chin-lung “Boo”

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The great thing in sports about having a first or last name that has two “o’s” next to each other or a “u” is that fans love cheering the name, even though it sounds like the player is getting booed. Carlos Boozer of the Chicago Bulls, Mets first base coach Mookie Wilson, Mets farmhand Lucas […]

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The David Wright Trade Watch Should Be On

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I was watching SNYs “Wheelhouse” tonight when one of the wheelies Eamon McAnaney gave voice to something I had already been thinking the past few days. The issue on the board was whether the Mets should consider trading Jose Reyes or David Wright or even both as the organization considers how to spend it’s meager […]

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Left On Base; Left In Last. Mets Lose 2-1 To Rockies

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Game Summary Both Mets and Rockies had limited runs and hits for them but a Rockie HR put the Mets away in 2-1 loss. Capuano had another nice start, bullpen was lights out, but once again, the offense fell flat. Game Notes So when both teams only get five hits each in a game, both […]

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Exclusive Interview with MetsBlog’s Michael Baron

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I’m pleased to present a Q&A I recently conducted with Michael Baron of MetsBlog. Like a lot of us, Michael is a very passionate Mets fan who eats, drinks, and sleeps Mets.  As we all know, he does an amazing job covering the Mets on a variety of levels, whether its through his contributions on MetsBlog, his spectacular photography, or through his in-game […]

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Morning Grind: Why Is Hu Here Instead Of Luis Hernandez?

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Hello MMO! Here’s your Morning Grind: Why Is Chin-Lung Hu Here? Mets backup middle infielder Chin-Lung Hu has just been absolutely dreadful to start this season. I see no reason why the 27-year old Taiwanese native is on the major league staff except to crack the cheap “Hu’s on first?” joke on the rare occasion […]

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Starting Lineup, Game Preview: Mets @ Rockies

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Starting Lineup vs. Rockies RHP Jason Hammel Jose Reyes – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Carlos Beltran – RF Ike Davis – 1B Jason Bay – LF Ronny Paulino – C Jason Pridie – CF Mike Pelfrey – P The Mets lost a close one last night in Colorado where they couldn’t […]

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New Mets GFX: Gettem While They’re Hot!

An article by posted on May 9, 2011 0 Comments
New Mets GFX: Gettem While They’re Hot!

After a beautiful Mothers Day yesterday with my son and family, I was feeling so inspired and creative that I decided to spend my evening having some fun and making some new Mets graphics. I hope you like them. All spring long as Carlos Beltran sat out game after game in order to as he said […]

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