Collins Has A Lot To Think About

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Collins Has A Lot To Think About

Terry Collins spent much of the day deliberating his options regarding Chris Schwinden and the Mets’ rotation. After two rocky starts in place of Mike Pelfrey, Schwinden has proved not to be the answer. After yesterday’s blowout, Collins wouldn’t say if Schwinden would come out of the rotation. He didn’t say he’d remain, either. The […]

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“I’m Coming Back.”

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“I’m Coming Back.”

“I’m coming back. Write it down in big letters. I’m not going out like this.” -Mariano Rivera today on his possible season-ending ACL injury  Those are the words of a true champion, of someone who doesn’t know the meaning of the word “can’t”. If you know him just as the all-time saves leader, then you […]

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MMO Series Preview: Diamondbacks @ Mets, Tonight’s Lineup

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I start this series preview as an angry Mets fan. Nothing, and I mean nothing, makes me madder as a fan than when a team plays down to the level of their competition. The Houston Astros shouldn’t have won 2 games against the Mets, let alone sweep them. Everything was in the Mets favor heading […]

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Zack Wheeler On Disabled List

An article by posted on May 3, 2012 0 Comments
Zack Wheeler On Disabled List

The Binghamton Mets have placed number one prospect Zack Wheeler on the seven-day D.L. with a fingernail problem. The injury just needs a little time to heal and is not considered serious. Hah! Made you look! (click photo to embiggen)

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From Left Field: The Worst Is Out Of The Way

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From Left Field: The Worst Is Out Of The Way

After the Mets dropped three games to lowly Houston Astros, one thing appears clear: It can’t get any worse than that. Did you happen to see the Astros lineup the last three days? Jed Lowrie and Matt Downs are looked at as major offensive weapons. How did this team pull of a sweep? Well, at […]

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Greener Pastures On The Horizon For Buffalo?

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Greener Pastures On The Horizon For Buffalo?

The off season in some sports has, at times, adopted the moniker ‘silly season’.  It’s that time of year when the dust kicks up from coast to coast, team names change, affiliations change, team locations change.  While more prevalent in the minor league hockey world, the silly season affects minor league baseball as well. This upcoming offseason […]

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What Could Wright Net The Mets In A Trade?

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What Could Wright Net The Mets In A Trade?

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, tackles some interesting questions in his regular weekly mailbag feature including this question regarding David Wright’s trade value. What type of package can you get for Wright if he is 100 percent healthy and playing at his All-Star level? – Adrian G., Bordentown, N.J. History would indicate a player of Wright’s caliber […]

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Hey Kirk, There’s Always May…

An article by posted on May 3, 2012 0 Comments
Hey Kirk, There’s Always May…

I was holding out hope that he could do it, but Kirk Nieuwenhuis was beaten out for the NL Rookie of the Month award by Arizona Diamondbacks left-hander Wade Miley, who went 3-0 with a 1.29 ERA in April. Nieuwenhuis led all major league rookies with a .325 batting average and 26 hits in April. He was second […]

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Mariano Was Always A Stand-up Guy To Me

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Mariano Was Always A Stand-up Guy To Me

This is a Mets blog, but also a baseball blog, and part of baseball is Mariano Rivera, the Yankees’ Hall of Fame closer. Mets fans remember Rivera because he snuffed out many games over the years, including Game 5 of the 2000 World Series. When the ball left Mike Piazza’s bat with a crack I […]

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MMO Farm Report: Buffalo Prevails While St. Lucie Keeps Rolling

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MMO Farm Report: Buffalo Prevails While St. Lucie Keeps Rolling

Buffalo 5, Syracuse 2 The purple skies beyond Coca-Cola Field flashed with bursts of lightning south of the Queen City. Between the lines in Buffalo, the Herd struck just as fast for a victory over the rival Chiefs. The Bisons made quick work of a two-run deficit to score a 5-2 win over Syracuse from […]

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Mets Hitting Up Other Teams For Starting Pitching

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Mets Hitting Up Other Teams For Starting Pitching

Hey I just wanted to say thanks to all of you for continuing to support our site. Every site owner including me likes to talk about our traffic all the time and how well we are doing, but someone reminded me yesterday that we have something better than traffic and she’s right. We have a […]

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