Last Night Was More Than A Win, It Was The Start Of Something Big

An article by posted on April 2, 2007

I must say that yesterday was quite a great day to be a Mets fan. No, we didn’t win any pennants or a fifty pound gold trophy with a bunch of little flags that go around it. It was a great day because our beloved team took the field and absolutely shined last night in […]

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Mets Merized Roundin’ The Bases: Opening Day Edition

An article by posted on March 31, 2007
Mets Merized Roundin’ The Bases: Opening Day Edition

  A weekly roundup of all the Mets transactions, Minor League news, and latest rumors. This Weeks Roster Moves Willie Randolph had a big decision to make Friday afternoon. Only two spots remained on the Opening Day roster and Lastings Milledge, Chan Ho Park, Jon Adkins, and Ambiorix Burgos were all fighting for these spots. The […]

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Mets Bullpen Still Ranks High: What A Relief!

An article by posted on March 26, 2007

I guess Duaner Sanchez won’t have to worry about being on time for team meetings and early morning practices anymore, after being diagnosed with a hairline fracture on his pitching shoulder today. Sanchez had been shutdown after complaining of a pop sound in his shoulder and tingling in his arm. He was sent for an […]

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Was Ben Johnson Worth The Price If He Doesn’t Make The Team?

An article by posted on March 22, 2007

There was a great article by John Delcos this morning about the chances of Ben Johnson and David Newhan making the Mets final roster. Apparently they are both fighting for the final spot, and unless the Mets decide to carry one less pitcher than expected, one of them wont be traveling to St. Louis on Opening […]

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Is Mike Pelfrey Ready For Prime Time?

An article by posted on March 21, 2007
Is Mike Pelfrey Ready For Prime Time?

  When Spring Training started there were only two starters in the rotation, three spots that needed to be filled, eight potential candidates, and a whole bunch of questions. Last night, Mike Pelfrey got one more step closer towards securing the final spot in the Mets rotation. After yet another effective start against the Orioles, […]

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Mets Merized Hits And Misses – Free Mets Tickets!

An article by posted on March 18, 2007
Mets Merized Hits And Misses – Free Mets Tickets!

  It’s Deja Vu – Orlando Hernandez had to leave today’s game because of a cramp in his right hamstring while he was to first on a sacrifice bunt. The poor guy keeps getting dinged up, but at least his calf is OK. Picture Perfect – One of my Myspace friends, Dora, has some awesome […]

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Milledge Has Made A Lastings Impression On Me

An article by posted on March 17, 2007
Milledge Has Made A Lastings Impression On Me

  One of the more interesting questions that were emailed to me was from Brian, one of my friends on Mets Merized at Myspace. He asked about Lastings Milledge in comparison to Carlos Gomez and Fernando Martinez, and that maybe we should trade Milledge rather than the other two, his question was in response to […]

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Mets Merized Q & A With Kyle From Mets Prospects

An article by posted on March 14, 2007

I asked Kyle DeBussey from Mets Prospects a few questions last week about some of the Mets prospects. Here is what he had to say… Q – When all is said and done, which pitcher will have had the better career, Mike Pelfrey or Philip Humber? Why? A – Mike Pelfrey will have a better career […]

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Mets Merized Talks Mets With WSEN Morning Drive Radio Personality, Gary Dunes

An article by posted on March 14, 2007
Mets Merized Talks Mets With WSEN Morning Drive Radio Personality, Gary Dunes

  Earlier this week, Gary Dunes took some time to answer a few questions for Mets Merized Online. Gary Dunes is the very popular morning drive time radio personality on WSEN 92.1FM in Syracuse, NY. He is also the lead singer of the band Dunes & The Del-Tunes. During the baseball season, he is the […]

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Omar Is Exactly What The Mets Needed

An article by posted on March 12, 2007

I have to tip my cap to Billy Wagner, Tom Glavine, Jose Valentin and Julio Franco, who all supported Willie Randolph and his decision to suspend and fine Duaner for his lateness and poor work ethic. Each of them were very vocal about the importance of being focused this season and keeping your eyes on […]

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