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Who’s To Blame? Baseball America or The System?

An article by posted on December 21, 2011 0 Comments
Who’s To Blame? Baseball America or The System?

With the current direction of the NY Mets, it seems there has been a lot of talk here about how much weight to put into Baseball America’s Prospect Rankings. First, let me explain what BA actually does with regards to these rankings to avoid any assumptions. From their own website, “Our prospect ratings are based […]

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New Take on ‘Casey at the Bat’ Praised by Tom Seaver, MLB Legends

An article by posted on December 18, 2011 0 Comments
New Take on ‘Casey at the Bat’ Praised by Tom Seaver, MLB Legends

I had the chance to meet the authors of a children’s book that takes a different look at the famous poem “Casey at the Bat.” In “The Deal is on Strike Three: The Story Mudville Never Knew,” Long Islanders Peter Fertig and Rudy Saviano explore the story behind Casey and the Mudville nine. Hall of Famer […]

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John Delcos: Thanks, Dad

An article by posted on December 14, 2011 0 Comments
John Delcos: Thanks, Dad

Good afternoon folks. I don’t like going this long without posting for you, but have been away. I drove to Ohio Sunday to visit my father, but the visit was unfortunately extended for a funeral. Everybody loves their father for their own reasons and I am no different. There are some I can’t share and […]

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Sandy Alderson Is Now The Face Of The Franchise

An article by posted on December 9, 2011 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson Is Now The Face Of The Franchise

Here are some blogger’s and journalist’s reactions to the Jose Reyes saga. None are as rosy as the reactions I saw posted somewhere else the other day, so I thought I’d bring some balance to the Force. What follows is a perplexing thought that slapped me in the face this morning. Bob Klapisch, The Record […]

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It’s Official: Mets Are Now A Moneyball Team

An article by posted on December 5, 2011 0 Comments
It’s Official: Mets Are Now A Moneyball Team

Last night it became official, the Mets, a baseball team playing in the sports capital that is New York, lost the best shortstop they ever had to the small market Miami Marlins. The Miami Marlins as we all know signed the National League Batting Champion to a six-ear deal worth $102 million dollars with a […]

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Have Your Feelings Toward Bobby V Changed Now That He’s With Red Sox?

An article by posted on November 30, 2011 0 Comments
Have Your Feelings Toward Bobby V Changed Now That He’s With Red Sox?

A couple days ago, I brought a question up to MMO Facebook fans regarding Bobby Valentine.  I asked the following question. If Bobby Valentine becomes the Red Sox new manager, will you still like Bobby V, or will this move make you want to hate him? After I posted this question, Mets fans responded with […]

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