Despite All The Injuries, Mets On Verge Of Another NL East Title

An article by posted on August 27, 2007

The race for the NL East is slowly drawing to an end. The Phillies and Braves are losing steam, and well, we just keep winning. Before Saturday, the Mets scored 5 runs or more in 12 consecutive games. That’s insane for a team who has had several key players out with injuries. The success from […]

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Duque Gives His Opponents Bloody El

An article by posted on August 26, 2007

I apologize for the awful play on words, but can anyone dispute the fact that El Duque DOES give his opponents bloody hell? Of course you can’t! El Duque has been "all that and a bag of chips" for the Mets this season, and he has become the unofficial ace of the pitching staff. Would […]

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It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

An article by posted on August 26, 2007

Those words may have become a standard in baseball, but not to Kevin Kernan of the New York Post. According to him… It is over! So at 6:47 last night when Aaron Heilman got Luis Gonzalez to bounce into a 1-6-3 double play to give the Mets a 4-3 win over the Dodgers at sweaty […]

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Is It The Endy Of The Line For Milledge?

An article by posted on August 26, 2007

It looks like Endy Chavez will not get activated today after all. It seems that he will instead be playing in another rehab game for Binghamton this afternoon. I have no idea why the Mets are biding their time. My guess is that they are torn between sending Lastings Milledge back to the minors, or […]

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Dodgers Manager Wishes His Team Would Do It Wright

An article by posted on August 26, 2007

As the Mets get ready to sink the Dodger’s post season ambitions, check out what frustrated manager, Grady Little, had to say after the game. His reply was to a question that asked what went wrong in the first two games in the series against the Mets. His reply ends up being a back-handed compliment […]

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All They Are Is Dust In The Wind

An article by posted on August 25, 2007

Paul Lo Duca is getting back into the swing of things while rehabbing in St. Lucie. He appeared in both games of a double header last night while making his first rehab appearances. He caught five innings for Brooklyn and went 0-for-2 with a walk in the first game, and in the second game, he served as […]

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Conine the Barbarian: What The Mets Need?

An article by posted on August 24, 2007

As pessimistic as a Mets fan can be at times (especially at the end of a close game), I am beginning to feel a small sense of hope. The tune of many bogs including one of mine has been whether or not Omar Minaya was going to do something to provide a spark in the […]

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Mets Magic Number is 35

An article by posted on August 21, 2007

OK, so I am a wee bit premature with this, not to mention a tad anxious.  But my mission tonight is to educate those of you who do not already have an understanding of the magic number.  The magic number is used to determine when and how the first place team would "clinch" their position in […]

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Mets News: Carlos Beltran Named NL Player of the Week

An article by posted on August 20, 2007
Mets News: Carlos Beltran Named NL Player of the Week

Center fielder Carlos Beltran was named National League Player of the Week today. Recently coming off the DL, Beltran showed everyone he was healthy and ready to play some ball. In the last two series against the Pirates and the Nationals, Beltran went 9-for-24 with 4 homers and 10 RBI’s. Sunday was his best day when […]

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Monday Mets Minutes: Number 13 Not So Lucky For Wagner

An article by posted on August 20, 2007

Billy Wagner is probably one of the best closers the Mets have ever had.  Aside from the constant bickering with the Yankees over who really owns "Enter Sandman" (Wagner or Rivera?), Wagner has been a delight – consitant and reliable in almost every opportunity.  Granted, he has gotten into trouble, but what pitcher hasn’t?  So […]

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