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Miguel Cabrera and Buster Posey Win MVP Awards

An article by posted on November 15, 2012 0 Comments
Miguel Cabrera and Buster Posey Win MVP Awards

 Detroit’s Miguel Cabrera has won the American League’s Most Valuable Player award after becoming baseball’s first Triple Crown winner in 45 years. Cabrera received 22 of 28 first-place votes and 362 points from the AL panel of Baseball Writers’ Association of America. Los Angeles Angels rookie center fielder Mike Trout had six firsts and 281 points. San […]

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The Wilpons: It Could Be Much Worse

An article by posted on November 14, 2012 0 Comments
The Wilpons: It Could Be Much Worse

For all of our troubles lately as Mets fans, yesterday proved one thing to be true: It could be worse. Some of you reading this are desperately hoping that one day, the Mets have new owners at the helm. I’m not here to tell you that you are right or wrong. I’m here to tell […]

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Talk About All-Time Backfires: Reyes to Toronto?

An article by posted on November 13, 2012 0 Comments
Talk About All-Time Backfires: Reyes to Toronto?

According to ESPN.com, Jose Reyes and Josh Johnson could be packing their bags to go north of the border. Also going to Toronto would be pitcher Mark Buehrle, catcher John Buck and infielder-outfielder Emilio Bonifacio. “Just about any (Marlins) player making money is going to Toronto,” a source told ESPN. The Marlins are expected to […]

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Cubs Pull Out Of Deal For Haren

An article by posted on November 2, 2012 0 Comments

Updated Post 11:28 PM Ken Rosenthal has confirmed that the deal is off. The Cubs pulled the deal off of the table, a source told him. The Angels are still talking with other clubs about Haren as they close in on the 11pm CST deadline to exercise his $15.5MM option. Original Post 9:30 PM According to […]

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Soria-NO! Soria-YES!

An article by posted on October 31, 2012 0 Comments
Soria-NO!  Soria-YES!

Hey, Mr. Alderson!  Need to retool your bullpen?  I’ve got your relievers right here! Twitter has been abuzz this afternoon with the news that former Yankees closer Rafael Soriano and Royals closer Joakim Soria are available for the taking, with Soriano opting out of his contract and Soria having his option declined by the Royals. […]

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Morning Grind: Since When Does Offense Determine Gold Gloves?

An article by posted on October 31, 2012 0 Comments
Morning Grind: Since When Does Offense Determine Gold Gloves?

When did the Gold Glove become an offensive award? On Tuesday, MLB announced the 2012 Gold Glove winners. Here are the winners: There are some obvious choices in there, like Beltre, Buehrle, Molina, Reddick, Heyward, and Cano. Some choices can be argued back and forth, like Teixeira, Gordon, LaRoche and Wieters. Then there are some […]

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For My Grandfather, Who Taught Me About Love And Baseball

An article by posted on October 29, 2012 0 Comments
For My Grandfather, Who Taught Me About Love And Baseball

My grandparents moved to Puerto Rico when I was three years old.  After they moved to San Juan, I would only see them for a few weeks at a time when my parents and I would visit them during my summer vacation from school.  Because those trips would coincide with the middle of baseball season, […]

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Guillen’s Done In Miami

An article by posted on October 23, 2012 0 Comments
Guillen’s Done In Miami

Ozzie Guillen has been fired after one year as manager of the last-place Miami Marlins, it was first reported by the Chicago Tribune. Guillen is still owed roughly $7million on a 3 year contract. It’s also being reported that bench coach Joey Cora has been fired as well. Most expected this news after Guillen made […]

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What Can The Mets Learn From Detroit’s Success?

An article by posted on October 19, 2012 0 Comments
What Can The Mets Learn From Detroit’s Success?

The Detroit Tigers have put the Yankees in off-season mode, and it took only 4 games to do it. You know in the long run, the Yankees may have had less drama to deal with had the Orioles taken them out in 5 games. I have no doubt that this will be the start of […]

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Mets Long Time Coach, Eddie Yost, Passes Away

An article by posted on October 18, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Long Time Coach, Eddie Yost, Passes Away

Eddie Yost, whose 8 years as a Mets coach is third longest in team history, passed away on Tuesday. He was 86. Born in Brooklyn on October 13, 1926, Edward Frederick Joseph Yost was signed as a 17 year old straight out of high school by Washington. After serving his country in World War II […]

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