Is Our Pen Running Out Of Ink?

An article by posted on April 23, 2008

Adam Rubin of the Daily News had an interesting side note to his article this morning… Met starters are averaging 5.8 innings through the first 19 games. Met relievers have made 70 appearances out of the pen through the first 19 games. Last season the Met bullpen logged one appearance shy of 500 for the […]

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Hell Freezes Over – Randolph Drops Delgado To Sixth

An article by posted on April 23, 2008

Sometimes logic eventually prevails when it comes to the New York Mets. In a surprise move, Willie Randolph finally dropped Carlos Delgado down to sixth in the order. It was a move that Mets fans have been screaming for on Mets blogs everywhere. Ryan Church will step in at bat fifth behind cleanup hitter Carlos […]

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Willie Randolph Is Afraid Of Carlos Delgado

An article by posted on April 23, 2008

At least that’s what Joe Benigno of WFAN says. This morning after his opening monologue, he made a good case for his assertion. Why did Willie Randolph go out of his way to burn up Jose Reyes after the Cubs finale regarding the play where he threw the ball home and got an out? Reyes might have been able to […]

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The ’08 Mets – So Far, So-So

An article by posted on April 23, 2008

Ok, ok. We were swept by the Cubs in a short two-game series in Chicago. The Cubs are going to be a force to be reckoned with in the National League this year, and since you can’t win ‘em all, at least we didn’t lose to a crummy team. Tonight begins the next chapter in […]

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Why Was Ryan Church Out Of The Lineup?

An article by posted on April 23, 2008

As much as I love Willie, sometimes I just have to question his logic. Case in point yesterday’s game against the Cubs… The Mets have just lost two heart breaking games and they surely needed a win in the finale against the Cubs. Why on earth would you pick that game to rest Ryan Church? […]

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Carlos Delgado: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

An article by posted on April 22, 2008

Where will the the saga of Carlos Delgado take us this year? It’s a long story, so you better grab a seat and sit yourself down for a spell. The tale begins in April of last season, and takes us back to the old days of the "Wild, Wild West", when a town would hire themselves a gunslinger to […]

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Wright Powers Mets Into First Place For Good

An article by posted on April 19, 2008

What can you say about David Wright that hasn’t been said already? He continues to improve in ways that we as Mets fans have never been accustomed to. In many ways he is absolutely perfect in his on the field and off the field persona. Thanks to Wright’s four hit performance last night, the Mets […]

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Mission Possible: Beating our Division

An article by posted on April 18, 2008

After sweeping the Nationals at home, the Mets are just an hour away from bringing that swagger and conifdence to Philadelphia. With first place on the line, the Mets have everything they need to climb into that position, if not tonight, then sometime this weekend. Our offense is coming around, the bullpen is getting better, […]

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Blus Skies Smilin’ On Me

An article by posted on April 18, 2008

Anytime the Mets lace up their cleats and take the field, there prime objective is to make a statement, their message, clear as crystal, to prove they’re indeed the cream of the National League. Early on thus far this season the Mets on field play has appeared to be spotty at best. A worrisome hangover […]

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Give Fernando Tatis A Spot On The Roster

An article by posted on April 18, 2008
Give Fernando Tatis A Spot On The Roster

Exactly what does Fernando Tatis have to do to before the Mets realize that he is a better option off the bench than Brady Clark? So far, Tatis acted like a good soldier and accepted his minor league assignment to New Orleans with grace and dignity. I thought he should have won a job out […]

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