The Opening Night Cat Cursed The Mets!

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Blogger’s disclaimer:  I am not being serious in this post in any way, shape or form.  I’ve just had enough trying to figure out what went wrong with this year’s team.  While others blame Omar Minaya or the trainers, I’ve found something else to blame for this year’s misfortunes.  Read on… It was April 13, […]

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Injury Checklist

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If you were watching today’s game when Gary Sheffield left the bases with apparent leg stiffness, Gary and Ron were reciting the litany of Met injuries, and having trouble remembering all of them. That got me wondering who has not been injured out of the Opening Day roster. Take a look: Out of the Opening […]

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8/5 Minor League Report! TEJADA, Lutz, SANTOMAURO, Van Gurp, Maron!

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EL AA: Binghamton 4/9/0, Harrisburg 2/6/0 Eric Niesen had his highest strikeout game in AA, with 10 in 5 innings, including striking out the side in his final inning, picking up his 2nd victory, allowing 2 runs on 5 hits in the process. Connor Robertson pitched a perfect 9th for his 8th save. The Mets […]

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When Tom Becomes Pessimistic…..

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We all have them—friends who are overly optimistic, even when things with our Mets look as grim as they possibly can.  To put this in perspective, during Game 6 of the ’86 World Series, I was hanging out with a bunch of friends in a bar on Long Island.  Among those friends was my buddy […]

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Enjoying The Next Two Months

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At this stage of the game I would think that even the most optimistic of Met fans would have to agree that there will be no “meaningful September baseball” this year. With a schedule featuring mostly teams that were below .500 the Mets had a chance to make a splash in the NL Wild Card […]

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Mets Lose a Heartbreaker 12-7

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If Mets fans were given a nickle for every heart breaking loss we’ve suffered beginning with Yadier Molina’s home run 3 years ago, we’d have enough to buy the ball club from the Wilpons. The Cardinals rallied in the ninth inning and Frankie Rodriguez blew his fourth save of the year to give the Red Birds the […]

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Jose Reyes Heading To NY After Another Setback

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Jack Curry of the NY Times reports the following: Jose Reyes, who was rehabilitating his injured right calf in Port St. Lucie, Florida, experienced some discomfort and returned to New York on Monday night. Reyes was examined by the Mets’ physicians on Tuesday, but the team has not offered any further details. This is a […]

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8/4 Minor League Report! TEJADA, Lutz, WILMER, Rivera!

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INT AAA: Buffalo 6/13/1, Toledo 10/18/1 ss Argenis Reyes 2 for 5, .265 cf Jesus Feliciano 1 for 5, .307 lf Nick Evans 3 for 5, run, 2 2b, K, .178 1b Mike Lamb 1 for 4, run, 2b, RBI, BB, .252 rf Chip Ambres 1 for 5, run, 2b, RBI, K, .243 3b Javier […]

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Adam Dunn Was The Way To Go, And Still Could Be…

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I’m not going to draw you into another one of my diatribes on how the Mets needed to go after Adam Dunn last off season. I wasted too many words on my pursuit of Adam Dunn in the off season, and countless more words expressing my disappointment when he ultimately signed with the Nationals. When […]

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MetsMerized Player Of The Week! 7/26-8/2

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So here we are, still a mile away from playoffs ambitions and the hope in the fanbase is dwindling. However, I’m still believing. One of the things that does worry me is the true status of our injured players. The list is long and isn’t easy on the eyes, and it has been growing for […]

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