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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Mets Patching Things Up With Their Past

An article by posted on September 24, 2007

Check out the patch the Mets will have on their uniform next year as they say their farewell to Shea Stadium. It’s pretty cool I think, and it does a great job of bringing together the present and the past of the place we’ve called home for over 40 years. I really look forward to […]

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We’ll Have To Win This On Our Own

An article by posted on September 23, 2007

With our Magic Number down to 7 and only 8 games left to play, the Mets have one way of ensuring that they clinch a division title… Keep winning! The way the Phillies have been playing lately means that we can’t relax and hope that they lose 2 or 3 games down the stretch. They have […]

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The Imperfect Champions

An article by posted on September 20, 2007

I think most baseball fans (including me); have a chip on their shoulder concerning their favorite teams (unless they are Skankee fans that believe their team could win a title with one hand tied behind their backs). Every time a bad play is made fans like us automatically assume that the game and even the […]

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A Mets Fan’s Plea

An article by posted on September 18, 2007

The Mets are in serious trouble. Wait a minute…I think I started a blog back in July with that same sentence.  Here we go again: Not only is the team letting their lead in the National League East slip away, but they don’t seem to care.  I am not saying these guys don’t want to […]

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I Have Become Un-Comfortably Numb

An article by posted on September 18, 2007

I’m not ready to jump off a ledge just yet, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a little bit scared right now. At a time when the Mets should be playing their best baseball, we have instead been witness to shoddy defense, horrendous relief pitching, and a lackluster approach at the plate. […]

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Mets Clincher Has Become a Matter of If, Not When

An article by posted on September 17, 2007

The Phillies have once again closed the gap between themselves and our first place Mets.  Not a single good thing came out of the weekend series, except our MVP hopeful David Wright becoming only the third player in Mets history to join the 30/30 club.  Two Mets players were ejected during the series for legitimately […]

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Mets Should Be Philled With Fear

An article by posted on September 17, 2007

Disgusting is all that needs to be uttered. No other words are necessary to describe the performance of the Mets this past weekend against the Philadelphia Phillies. With a six and a half game lead in the division entering play on Friday, the series presented a chance to slam the door on the Phillies playoff […]

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Mets Minor League Report: Final Stats

An article by posted on September 16, 2007

Yes folks, this is the last edition of the Minor League Report. I’ll just go through a quick recap of the teams that made the playoffs, and their results, and the records and such for the other teams. AAA – New Orleans Zephyrs The Zephyrs finished the regular season winning the PCL American South division […]

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Behold, The Beast Of The East Is Unleashed

An article by posted on September 14, 2007

A season can have several turning points or shifts in momentum. When the Mets win it all in 2007 and I look back and reflect on the season, the biggest turning point to me will be the sweep in Atlanta. I have read several articles and blogs which refer to the the disaster in Philly […]

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