A Blast From The Mets Past Could Help In 2010

An article by posted on October 7, 2009 0 Comments

Flash back to August 21st, 2005. It was a hot late-summer afternoon at Shea Stadium where the Mets were hosting the Washington Nationals. By the fifth inning, the Mets found themselves trailing 7-0. All appeared to be lost until a rookie came to the plate by the name of Mike Jacobs. Jacobs, a highly ranked […]

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Transcript Of Our Live Chat

An article by posted on October 7, 2009 0 Comments

2009 was a rough year for Mets fans due to numerous injuries and managerial blunders. However, now that the season is over we can put 2009 behind us and look forward to 2010. Join me, Phil Hoops, and fellow Mets Merized writers as we answer your questions regarding everything Mets, tonight at 8:00 PM EST. […]

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MMO Delivers The Eulogy For The 2009 Mets

An article by posted on October 6, 2009 0 Comments

The 2009 Mets lived an interesting life even though it ended sooner than we would have liked. They wanted to be your friend throughout the season; the kind of friend that stood by you when you needed one to make you stand up and cheer. Sometimes they succeeded (the last three games of the season) […]

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Jeff Wilpon Takes No Responsibility

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With the 2009 season finally over, the rebuilding for 2010 officially has started.  Yesterday Jeff Wilpon along with Jerry Manuel and Omar Minaya had a press conference, discussing this horrible 2009 season and what to look forward to for the 2010 season. Later on in the afternoon/early evening Jeff Wilpon, Omar Minaya and Dave Howard […]

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It’s Going to Take a Few Moves

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We can debate all day and year long whether or not the Mets’ awful season is the fault of Jerry Manuel, Omar Minaya, the Wilpons, or the Injuries, or a combination of all of them.  But there is one thing I want to see happen this off-season.  Omar needs to make more than one big […]

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Mets Take Their Act On The Road…

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Everywhere you turned yesterday, the top story, as far as us Mets fans are concerned, was the Mets road show of Jeff Wilpon, Omar Minaya and Dave Howard. One or all of them appeared at Citi Field where they kicked off their tour, followed by some candid one on ones with various SNY personalities and celebrated New York sports […]

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MetsMerized Player Of The Week! 9/27-10/4

An article by posted on October 6, 2009 0 Comments

And then there were none. We did win 70 games, we’re guaranteed a top ten draft pick and we can all kick back and watch some football or so for the new few months. I’ll still be watching the playoffs with a decent amount of the Mets fanbase (and i’ll be cheering for the Rockies.) […]

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Could It Be The End Of An Era on SNY?

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Bob Raissman of the New York Daily News is reporting that there is some speculation going around that the SNY announce trio may not be back in full next season. Raissman, who always does a stellar job covering the network, reveals that there are some rumblings going around that Keith Hernandez may not be back […]

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Revamping The Mets Hierarchy

An article by posted on October 6, 2009 0 Comments

As we have done in the last two off seasons, we will once again be featuring comments and in some cases full blog posts from some our readers. Our regular readers are some of the most passionate, articulate and witty Mets fans you will ever find. Their comments alone are worthwhile reads when visiting Mets […]

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Alomar’s Strange Firing

An article by posted on October 5, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets announced Monday that long time coach Sandy Alomar Sr. will no longer be Jerry Manuel’s bench coach, and will be offered another position within the organization. To me, this is a strange move, and you got to wonder what the motive is behind it. Why would a team fire its bench coach, yet […]

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