Mets Slash Season Ticket Prices For 2010

An article by posted on October 1, 2009 0 Comments

Earlier today, the Mets issued an official press release announcing that season ticket prices would be cut by more than 10%, while some select locations would see a decrease of over 20%.  There would be no price increase on any seat at Citi Field for those who cannot afford the luxury of season tickets (i.e. […]

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Mets Considering Uniform Changes In 2010

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According to a New York Post blog by Bart Hubbuch, team officials are saying that the Mets are considering some significant changes to their uniforms in 2010. The pinstripes that have been a staple of their home jerseys since their inception in 1962 may be on the way out.  Also being considered is a cream-colored […]

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Jerry Manuel Wants Upheaval

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While appearing during his regular weekly spot with Mike Francesa on WFAN, Jerry Manuel sounded more like a general manager at times than he did a manager. When asked if he was intrigued by any of the starting pitchers and if any one starting pitcher caught his eye as far as the 2010 rotation, Manuel gave […]

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The Sum Of All Fears

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On September 23rd I bogged on this site the following: “One final word on the nightmare campaign of Jose`Reyes. ENOUGH! You have had four months of rest and rehabilitation and how has that satiated the goal to return to action? Now with the season about to be placed in mothballs you sing the same old […]

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David Wright’s Power Outage May Become Historic

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It has been well-documented that David Wright has suffered through a power outage this season. The home run dropoff cannot be solely attributed to the move from Shea Stadium to Citi Field. Out of the ten home runs hit by Wright, five have come at Citi Field and five have been hit on the road. […]

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If Reyes Isn’t Ready In 2010; Here’s My Backup Plan

An article by posted on October 1, 2009 0 Comments

As Ed Leyro blogged yesterday, Jose Reyes, who has been out since May, has torn his right hamstring while working out on Tuesday. He was already trying to recover from a torn hamstring tendon, for which surgery appeared increasingly likely. Now, the new injury only complicates the situation and raises questions about whether Jose Reyes will be ready to play again by […]

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What the Mets Can Learn from the NY Giants

An article by posted on October 1, 2009 0 Comments

While the 2009 is coming mercifully to a close on Sunday for one of the most awful Mets teams in quite some time, one that might lose 95 games, it might be worth it for this team to look across Manhattan and into the Meadowlands to see how a pro sports team should be run.  […]

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MRI Reveals Torn Right Hamstring For Reyes

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According to various sources, including SI.com and MetsBlog, Jose Reyes has now suffered a tear in his right hamstring.  An MRI revealed the new tear, which occurred during one of his running drills on Tuesday at the facility where Reyes was training. Reyes has been on the disabled list since late May with what was […]

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K-Rod Pulls an Armando Benitez; Mets Lose in Ninth 7-4

An article by posted on September 30, 2009 0 Comments

Mets fans should be used to these types of games in 2009. If there is anything we’ve learned as fans this season it is to expect the unexpected. Francisco Rodriguez gave up 5 runs in the ninth inning on a bases loaded walk to Adam Dunn and a Grand Slam to Justin Maxwell to give the Nationals […]

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Now Playing: The Comedy Team Of Gary, Keith And Ron

An article by posted on September 30, 2009 0 Comments

With the Mets eliminated from playoff contention for what seems like months, it comes as no surprise that fans have been turning their interests to football and season premieres of awful reality shows.  There are no personal milestones for Mets players to achieve, no spoiling of other teams’ playoff chances and no promising rookies to […]

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