MetsMerized Player Of The Week! (Week 10)

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The Mets looked extremely sharp last week, posting a 5-1 record over their last 7 days. The off-day seemed to have no ill effect on the team and hopefully that trend will carry over into Cleveland as the Mets travel there to take on the Indians this week. It is a great day to be […]

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Mets Need To Lock Up Mike Pelfrey Long Term

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This season Pelfrey has been great there’s no denying that.  This was an important season for the Mets and Mike Pelfrey after his disastrous 2009 season.  This is the Mike Pelfrey we thought we would have last year after his 2008 season in which he won 13 games.  In fact in 2008 the year that […]

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6/14 Minor League Report!! THOLE, WELCH, MARTE!

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AAA International League: Buffalo  7/11/0, Lehigh Valley 6/9/2 Fernando Martinez hit a walkoff grand slam in the 9th today, helping the Bisons erase a 6-3 ninth inning deficit. Josh Thole had 3 hits and reached base all 4 times up. rf Russ Adams 0 for 3, run, RBI, 2 BBs, .238 2b Justin Turner 1 […]

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NL East Report

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Atlanta Braves: (37-27; Leader) The Braves took two of three from the AL Central leading Minnesota Twins to keep their lead over the Mets at 1.5 games. The Braves will face the Tampa Bay Rays, with David Price, Wade Davis, and James Shields in line to face Kawakami, Hanson, and Hudson. Philadelphia Phillies: (32-29; -3.5) […]

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Mets Need Early Deadline Help For Pennant Chase…

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So many times this season, the Mets have been in fitful starts and stops. The streakiness of this team would make a nudist blush. The many ‘in house’ adjustments to their roster has resulted in positive reviews from around the blogosphere and the print media, and had positive effects on the team and it’s production. The […]

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A Mets “Magic Moment” Turns 30

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The date June 14th, as a sports fan, holds significance for me personally.  Sixteen years ago today, the New York Rangers beat the Vancouver Canucks in a seven game series on home ice to end their then-54 year Stanley Cup drought.  I always remember dancing in the streets (literally) by Madison Square Garden with fellow […]

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Mets Should Act On Oswalt

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Just because Roy Oswalt told a friend he would accept a trade to the Mets doesn’t mean he’s in Manhattan on the off-day looking at apartments. Depending on what “friend” you talk to, Oswalt would also accept trades to Philadelphia, St. Louis, the Yankees and Washington Nationals. However, if it means getting out of Houston, […]

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**NEW** NY Mets Chemistry Set (Available At A Mets Dugout Near You!)

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That’s right Mets fans, stop by the nearest Mets dugout and see the Mets Chemistry Set in action.  The “All New” New York Mets Chemistry Set is perfect for any Die Hard NY Mets, and it makes an excellent birthday or Christmas present for your children. Now let me tell you a little about this […]

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Win Subway Series Tickets!

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Hey Mets fans, here’s a chance to win yourselves a pair of FREE tickets for the Friday, June 18 th Subway Series game at Yankee Stadium. Head on over to our good friends Lisa and Jon at the Subway Squawkers for more details. The rules are simple, and the contest sounds like great fun, and while […]

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Maine Closing In On Return To Mets

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In a rehab start for Double-A Binghamton yesterday, John Maine pitched four scoreless innings allowing just one hit and two walks, while striking out five. According to Anthony Coleman of the Trenton Times, Maine’s velocity topped out at 88 mph. Maine didn’t seem too concerned. “I don’t really worry about velocity. It’s just looking at swings, […]

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