Can Lightning Strike Twice In The Same Place?

An article by posted on November 1, 2007

Today the Baltimore Orioles declined the option on pitcher Kris Benson and normally I wouldn’t even consider the thought of having him back on the Mets, but then something dawned on me. Maybe we should sign him as a number 5 pitcher and then after a few good starts we can trade him back to […]

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Mets Make Jorge Posada Priority Number One

An article by posted on November 1, 2007

Yesterday it was reported on many sites that Paul Lo Duca and the Mets have begun talks for a new contract. Today it’s becoming clearer that the Mets interest in Lo Duca is merely as a backup plan. Who the Mets are really coveting is Yankees catcher Jorge Posada. While Posada is coming off of the […]

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Did You Catch David Wright On Jon Stewart?

An article by posted on October 31, 2007

On Wednesday night I watched David Wright on Jon Stewart and I gotta tell you, it was so cool to see anything Mets related on TV again. David Wright was pretty funny and he looked very comfortable on TV. When asked about how the season ended, he said he still has nightmares about it… (me too […]

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Finding A Solid Reliever Could Be Riske-y Business For The Mets

An article by posted on October 31, 2007

It’s obvious the Mets need to make some changes in the bullpen, but how to go about doing it may pose some interesting dilemmas for Omar Minaya. It’s clear that the fans demand the immediate departure of Guillermo Mota, but I don’t really see the Mets eating the final year of his contract. As it […]

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If The Mets Want To Make A Big Splash… Go Get Santana, Not A-Rod

An article by posted on October 30, 2007

It seems like the Mets are considering making a big run at free agent third baseman, Alex Rodriguez. Bob Klapisch of the Record reports that the Mets plan to ask David Wright about switching positions. Wright had volunteered early this year to do just that, if it would mean landing Alex Rodriguez, and now the Mets are going to […]

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The Red Sox Win and the A- Rod Circus Begins

An article by posted on October 29, 2007

What an interesting past 24 hours it has been in the world of Major League Baseball! One minute the Red Sox are popping corks all over Coors Field and the next Alex Rodriguez makes “news” by opting out of his Rangers/Yankees deal. In hindsight, looking back it’s hard NOT to pick the Red Sox as […]

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I Have To Weigh In On A-Rod…

An article by posted on October 29, 2007

I think Alex Rodriguez is probably the best player I have ever seen play in the last 10-15 years. That being said, I implore Mets fans not to get blinded by A-Rod’s amazing stats… A-Rod is a ‘me first" type player who would not add anything to the Mets clubhouse. The Mets had plenty of problems […]

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MLB News: Alex Rodriguez Opts Out And Ends His Career With Yankees

An article by posted on October 28, 2007

Associated Press is reporting that Alex Rodriguez has opted out of his 10 year $252 million dollar contract with the Yankees. His career with the Yankees has come to an end… Alex Rodriguez opted out of his $252 million, 10-year contract with the Yankees on Sunday in what appears to be the end of his […]

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Warm Winter For The Jacket

An article by posted on October 26, 2007

Think of Psychology, science, research, as well as data analysis. Fear not Mets faithful, you haven’t mistakenly entered a web-site designed for fans of Bill Nye the Science Guy. Rather, the terms listed above are all key words that can be directly related to New York Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson, who in hindsight, utilizes […]

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A Japanese Free For All

An article by posted on October 26, 2007

According to MLB.com, over 50 Japanese players have officially filed for free agency and are eligible to negotiate contracts with and MLB teams. Several of these Japanese baseball players have already made it clear they intend to land a contract to play major league baseball here in the United States and key among them is […]

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