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Thankfully The 2011 Mets Season Is Finally Over

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments
Thankfully The 2011 Mets Season Is Finally Over

Put It In The Books! The Mets 2011 season is finally over! What can I say about the Mets 2011 season except thankfully it has finally come to an end. Coming into this season I didn’t expect much and in turn we didn’t get much from this team Sandy Alderson and Terry Collins put out […]

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And By The Way… Miguel Batista Pitched A Gem Yesterday

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments

BATISTA TOSSES A GEM IN SEASON FINALE Lost amid all the celebration and controversy of Jose Reyes leaving yesterday’s game in the first inning and ultimately securing the batting title, was the brilliant effort by 40-year old starter Miguel Batista. The veteran right-hander tossed a heck of a game – a complete game two-hitter that helped the Mets […]

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Last Night Was A Night Like No Other

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments
Last Night Was A Night Like No Other

It was stunning to see the Red Sox and Braves collapse over the past month, then finally crumble last night. We witnessed two of the greatest finishes in history, and the nature of it reminded us again of baseball’s magical power. It told us again a game and a season are never over until the […]

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And So It Goes…

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments

To paraphrase one of Howie Rose’s quotes, the 2011 baseball season is over, “put it in the books.” I guess on the positive side, things were not as bad as many baseball pundits predicted, but by no means were things great. GM Sandy Alderson is going to be in for a busy few months trying […]

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Tying Up The Loose Ends

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments

I saw a picture yesterday of the Mets clubhouse room with all the empty cubby holes – this group knew ahead of time that they could go home and they did. They were all ready to leave and they went. Some to rest up and get healthy, some just to stay home and get to […]

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Jose Reyes Merchandise All Sold Out At Citi Field

An article by posted on September 29, 2011 0 Comments
Jose Reyes Merchandise All Sold Out At Citi Field

From the Daily News: Reyes merchandise was nowhere to be found at Citi Field’s fan store, and a saleswoman said she hoped to “have more next year. And hopefully we’ll have him back, too.” Just another reason to re-sign Reyes - Merchandising!

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Buzz On Citi Field Changes and 2012 Payroll

An article by posted on September 28, 2011 0 Comments

According to Mike Francesa of WFAN, the following changes will be made to Citi Field in time for the 2012 season: The fences in the outfield will be 8 feet tall from left field to right field. The foul poles will remain exactly where they are. The wall in left-center and center will be brought in with dead center around […]

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Reyes Asked Out Of The Game

An article by posted on September 28, 2011 0 Comments
Reyes Asked Out Of The Game

Updated 4:00 pm After today’s game, Jose Reyes told reporters that it was his decision to to leave the game after reaching base in the first inning on a bunt single. That pretty much take’s Terry Collins off the hook. Sorry, Terry! Reyes said: “I don’t care what people say. Last year I played seven innings, and […]

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Three Ways The Mets Could Add A Legit Top Of Rotation Starter

An article by posted on September 28, 2011 0 Comments
Three Ways The Mets Could Add A Legit Top Of Rotation Starter

It has been very encouraging to see the Mets ending the 2011 season as the second best hitting team in the National League with a .264 team batting average. Only the St. Louis Cardinals batted higher than the Mets did this season. The Mets not only batted well, but were more patient at the plate, […]

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Have The Phillies Become The Yankees Of The National League?

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Have The Phillies Become The Yankees Of The National League?

As if I didn’t dislike the Yankees enough, now it appears that there are two of them. I know the Phillies are not quite the Yankees, but at this time they are the closest thing the National League has to offer. In recent years the Phillies have opened a new Ballpark, won a world series, […]

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