MMO Exclusives

To Believe, or Not to Believe

An article by posted on December 1, 2007

In the past 24 hours, we have all been bombarding this site and message boards with varying opinions on the Lastings Milledge trade. Most of the opinions are panning it, citing Milledge’s’ upside, youth, energy and the lack of Church/Schneider’s’ qualities in the same areas. Church strikes out too much, Schneider can’t hit… Mets ownership […]

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“In Omar We Trust” or World Series ’08?

An article by posted on November 30, 2007

On Thursday, Omar Minaya addressed the Jose Reyes rumors by saying, "Jose Reyes is one of our core players. I don’t see us trading Jose Reyes for one of those guys being mentioned. It just doesn’t make sense for us." Minaya went on to say that the Mets are very happy with Jose Reyes. Minaya […]

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Could the Mets Steal Johan Santana?

An article by posted on November 27, 2007

The Yankees and the Twins have begun talks about a trade that could send Johan Santana to the Bronx. The Yankees would have to give up one of their "Big Three" pitchers-Joba Chamberlain, Ian Kennedy, or Philip Hughes. Other teams, including the Mets, have also expressed interest in Santana. The New York Post’s Mark Hale […]

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Where’s The Yankee Roast?

An article by posted on November 25, 2007

On Thanksgiving Day, Wallace Matthews basically wrote an article just for the sake of bashing the Mets. He could have probably gotten away with that since Newsday is based in New York. Outside of the state of New York, I assure you, Wallace Matthews would be without a job. There’s a fine line in journalism that […]

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Mets Hot Stove: The Suspense is Overwhelming…

An article by posted on November 24, 2007

the turkey has finally been picked to the bone… The annoying relatives have left until next year, dishes have been done and everyone is thankful Uncle Ralph remembered his Beano. It’s true folks, Thanksgiving is over and the nightmare that is Christmas shopping has begun. However, this being MetsMerized and me being a Mets fanatic, […]

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Bye Bye Mota, Means Bye Bye Duca

An article by posted on November 24, 2007

In the eyes of Mets fans aplenty, Paul Lo Duca and Guillermo Mota were two different people. As the Rolling Stones once said, "You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might just find that you get what you need." Paul Lo Duca couldn’t wait to re-sign with the Mets. […]

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What a Bunch of Turkeys! (Or sides…)

An article by posted on November 19, 2007

In keeping with a new off season resolution to only aim for the positive and lighthearted of our favorite game, I thought I would do something fun for my latest blog. Are you ready? (Everybody nods excitedly and screams,” Okay!”) Well alright then! Instead of a winners and losers of the off season, this will […]

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The Red Sox Win and the A- Rod Circus Begins

An article by posted on October 29, 2007

What an interesting past 24 hours it has been in the world of Major League Baseball! One minute the Red Sox are popping corks all over Coors Field and the next Alex Rodriguez makes “news” by opting out of his Rangers/Yankees deal. In hindsight, looking back it’s hard NOT to pick the Red Sox as […]

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2007 Mets Report Cards: Coaching/Management

An article by posted on October 22, 2007

    This is it guys. The final report card. And today, we’re gonna grade the Coaching Staff and the Management. It’s been a fun ride; these past two weeks have been a blast. Thank you Met fans for believeing and hearing what we have to say. We truly appreciate it. Coaching Staff & Management(Willie […]

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Some Off Season Musings

An article by posted on October 19, 2007

Since the Mets are no longer in the hunt for anything but a good golf course or restaurant this postseason (OUCH!), Mets related topics to write about are becoming scarce. In light of this situation I figured I would just muse about several topics in Major League baseball. First off the bat is one of […]

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