Judgment Day For Mets Coaches: Alomar Sr., Alicea Fired

An article by posted on October 5, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets remained mum regarding their coaching staff for 2010 on Sunday, but several sources are reporting that the Mets have made some moves. Joel Sherman is reporting that the Mets have fired bench coach Sandy Alomar Sr. and first base coach Luis Alicea. Pitching coach Dan Warthen will be resigned for the 2010 season, and […]

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The Worst Decade In History Comes To An End

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With Nelson Figueroa’s shutout over Houston on Sunday, the Mets sealed the lid on yet another decade without a Championship. These last 10 years were filled with extreme highs and bottomless lows. But overall, how will the first decade of the 21st century be remembered? In my opinion, this was the worst decade in our […]

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This Says It All…

An article by posted on October 4, 2009 0 Comments

If a picture is worth a thousand words, this one might be worth a million where the 2009 Mets concerned. “This should motivate everybody because this season wasn’t fun at all. To just be playing for the sake of playing, this isn’t something that I want to do again and this isn’t something that we […]

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Last Call At Citi Field; Mets Sweep Astros 4-0

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Like a wounded prizefighter hoping to get one last chance at the title, the Mets fought their way through a difficult 2009 season.  They kept getting pushed aside, beaten down and left for dead.  The season might have ended much earlier than Mets fans expected (like July), but at least the Mets gave the hearty […]

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Bobby Valentine To The Marlins?

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According to Buster Olney of ESPN, Bobby Valentine is talking to the Florida Marlins about a potential spot as their manager. He writes, At a time when Bobby Valentine has begun the process of talking with teams about a possible return as a manager in Major League Baseball, sources said he is in communication with […]

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Fans Get Soaked; Mets Don’t Choke In 5-1 Victory

An article by posted on October 3, 2009 0 Comments

It may have rained at Citi Field today, but Pat Misch still found a way to twinkle through the raindrops as he pitched five effective innings to help defeat the Astros by the final score of 5-1. Following his first career complete game shutout on Sunday against the Marlins, Misch won his second consecutive decision.  […]

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First Annual MMO Awards – Vote Now!

An article by posted on October 3, 2009 0 Comments

As we come to the end of another Mets season, we hope you’ll take some time to help us select our first ever MMO Award winners for the 2009 season. The Lenny Dykstra Award – This award should go to the Mets player that you feel performed at their highest level possible, no matter what […]

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Captain Obvious Speaks About Mets Adjusting To Citi Field

An article by posted on October 3, 2009 0 Comments

In today’s Daily News, Jerry Manuel stated that the Mets must adjust to the dimensions of the ballpark in order to take full advantage of it. To that, I would like to present Manuel (a.k.a. Captain Obvious) with a new award, the “Duh, me!” Award. Of course, the Mets will have to adjust. They obviously […]

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Francoeur Rockets Mets Past Astros 7-1

An article by posted on October 3, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets finally played some solid baseball and beat the Houston Astros 7-1 Friday night in the opener of their final series of the season. John Maine (7-6) made his final start of the season and delivered one of his best performances in two years. He pitched seven solid innings and allowed just one run […]

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Around The Majors: Award Edition

An article by posted on October 2, 2009 0 Comments

No NL East Report today, as the division is clinced, everybody is eliminated, and nothing has really changed. Monday will feature a year-in-review edition of the NL East Report, though. Today we will take a look at the award races across Major League Baseball and my picks. National League MVP: Albert Pujols has had this […]

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