Mets News: Delgado Fractures Hand

An article by posted on September 30, 2007

Carlos Delgado sustained a broken right hand early in the game when he was hit by a Dontrelle Willis pitch. Adam Rubin reports… The Mets suffered another blow in the first inning when Carlos Delgado suffered a broken left hand when he was struck by Dontrelle Willis with a first-inning pitch. This was later confirmed […]

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Mets News: Olivo Suspended 5 Games, Playoff Tie Breakers

An article by posted on September 30, 2007

In a surprsing move, the Comissioners Offfice acted quickly and suspended Miguel Olivo for five games for instigating the benches clearing brawl during yesterday’s Mets win. No Mets players were fined or suspended for what took place before, during or after the brawl. Several Florida Marlins players admitted that today’s game had plenty of meaning […]

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Believe In The Impossible Dream!

An article by posted on September 29, 2007

What seemed improbable only 24 hours ago has become a reality for the New York Mets. Not only do they win in impressive style on the strength of a masterful pitching performance by John Maine, but with both the Phillies and the Padres both losing this evening, the Mets are back in the game! They […]

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It Ain’t Over Till It’s Over

An article by posted on September 29, 2007

Many years ago, former Mets manager Yogi Berra coined the phrase that would become synonymous with late season heroics. Yogi Berra believed in 1973, just like the late, great Tug McGraw. With two games left in the season the Mets still have life. With a win today followed by a Phillies loss tonight, the Mets can […]

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Willie’s Goof May Lead To An Un-Phenominal Choice For Tie Breaker

An article by posted on September 28, 2007

Willie Randolph could  have started Pedro Martinez instead of Philip Humber on Wednesday. He chose not to so he could give Pedro an extra days rest. Pedro said that he was ready to go, but his words fell on deaf ears. Willie had already made up his mind and he was going with Humber. Just like […]

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The Most Wonderful Dream

An article by posted on September 28, 2007

Last night I had the most wonderful dream. I was back in New York and at Shea Stadium for the last game of the 2007 World Series. The Mets and Indians had played themselves into a 3- 3 series tie thanks to some late inning heroics by Guillermo Mota, who struck out the side in […]

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It’s The End Of The World As We Know It

An article by posted on September 27, 2007

Leaves are falling all around, It’s time I was on my way. Thanks to you, I’m much obliged for such a pleasant stay. But now it’s time for me to go. The autumn moon lights my way. For now I smell the rain, and with it pain, and it’s headed my way. Ah, some songs […]

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Lately We Get Nothing But Bull Out Of The Pen

An article by posted on September 25, 2007

I’m really trying my best to stay positive over the past month even though I have had plenty of good reasons to vent. Every time I see Rick Peterson make a call to the bullpen I can’t help being overcome with fear and anxiety. The bullpen has become so unreliable that even a 3 or […]

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Mets Looking to Wrap it Up at Home

An article by posted on September 24, 2007

The fate of the Mets season is in their hands, and their hands only.  With seven games left to play and the Phillies only two and half behind, it is still anybody’s division.  But the Mets need not worry if the Phillies win or lose.  The only thing they need to concentrate on is taking […]

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Philip Humber: Welcome To The Show!

An article by posted on September 24, 2007

Welcome my friend to the show that never ends. I’m talking to you Mr. Philip Humber.  The soap opera that we’d call the Mets 2007 season is set to get a new cast member, auditioning for a starring role perhaps as soon as next season. "He’s going to get the ball and help us win […]

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