Mets Win But Learn Billy Wagner’s Elbow Is Still Hurting

An article by posted on August 16, 2008

The Mets easily beat the Pirates today by a score of 7-4 on the strength of another solid performance by Pedro Martinez. It was the fifth straight win for the Mets and the game featured homeruns from shortstop Jose Reyes, and catcher Ramon Castro. However, the jubilation was short-lived when the Mets learned that closer […]

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Minor League Players of the Week – Wilmer Flores (SS) and Brad Holt (SP)

An article by posted on August 16, 2008

This feature is supposed to be just a single player, but I decided to have two players this week since they have been performing extremely well: Wilmer Flores of Kingsport and Bradley Holt of Brooklyn. I don’t know how much this will continue, but man Wilmer Flores has been extremely consistent offensively for the Kingsport […]

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Hot or Not: 1st Place Edition!

An article by posted on August 16, 2008

Happy Saturday Mets fans and welcome to another installment of Hot or Not. This week, we watched our boys climb back into sole possession of first place by completing a sweep of the Washington Nationals. We saw Mike Pelfrey dominate the Washington Nationals. I am so proud of our Mets, therefore, none of them will […]

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What A View From the Top!

An article by posted on August 15, 2008

After doing what was expected necessary, our New York Metropolitans find themselves sitting atop the NL East. Clutch hitting, a stellar rotation, and a bullpen that saves games (for a change) all played pivotal roles this week. It also helped that Manny was being Manny in L.A. instead of Boston. And I would also like […]

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Getting Down With Oliver Perez

An article by posted on August 15, 2008

I for one do not usually believe in everything I see. Statistics though, are quite difficult to overlook and push aside. In baseball, they prove to be solid numerical proof to almost tell a story of how a player has performed. Since the conclusion of last nights 9-3 victory over the Washington Nationals, I have […]

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This Weekend in Baseball History: Aug 15–Aug 17

An article by posted on August 15, 2008

AUGUST 15 1915: Babe Ruth of Boston outpitches Walter Johnson of Washington, 1-0 in 13 innings. 1926: Babe Herman of Brooklyn doubles with the bases loaded. However, due to some major base running blunders, Herman and 2 of his teammates all wind up on 2nd. Thus, Babe Herman becomes the only player in history to […]

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Mike & The Mad Dog Is No More

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

We just learned that Chris “Mad Dog” Russo has left WFAN once and for all. He leaves his signature program after 18 years of work with Mike Francesa. This is coming after the relationship of the hosts had became a problem over the past few months. Francesa will do the show solo for now. I’ll […]

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Let’s Steal 4 From Pittsburgh

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

I don’t think I was the only Mets fan this morning who is a little surprised to see that they share first place with the Phillies. It’s like a cherry on top of Wednesday night’s sundae of a game. Seeing the Mets play an actual laugher of a game vs. the Nationals on Wednesday night […]

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Mets Tied For First After Big Win Against Nationals!

An article by posted on August 14, 2008

After embarrassing the Nationals Wednesday night, with a score of 12-0, the Mets have learned that they are now tied with the Phillies after a walk-off home run by Nomar Garciaparra. Both teams are without a consistent bullpen as they are without their respective closers, Wagner on the DL and Lidge has a sore shoulder. […]

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The Mets Get Back To Business In The Second Half

An article by posted on July 17, 2008

The first half of the season is over, thankfully. And as we get back to the second half of the season, I hope we can look forward to continuing to enjoy watching New York Mets Baseball. The past two weeks have been exciting. The Mets have been playing the type of baseball we all hoped […]

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