Russell Martin To Mets Rumors Much Ado About Nothing

An article by posted on December 7, 2010 0 Comments

With an anxious fan base craving any kind of moves from the Mets, and a bevy of journalists and writers willing to give them some hope, even if nobody really believes anything is going to happen, the rumors keep pouring in. The More Sandy Alderson goes in front of a camera and says don’t expect much if […]

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Mets Add Another Coach While At Winter Meetings

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The Mets are keeping busy in Orlando interviewing several candidates for a few remaining open positions on the coaching staff including that of first base coach, hitting instructor and bullpen coach which has just been filled.. According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, the Mets will hire Jon Debus as bullpen coach, succeeding Randy […]

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Mets Have Some Interesting Stories To Follow In 2011

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As we know the Mets don’t have much money to spend this off season.  Whether it’s only five million dollars or a little more Alderson is allowed to spend there will not be any top free agent signings this year.  No Cliff Lee or Carl Crawford next season. With signing 2nd or possibly 3rd tier […]

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In Alderson We Trust?

An article by posted on December 6, 2010 0 Comments

Remember 1986? Wasn’t it great? We had Gary and Keith, Doc and Darryl, Lenny and Wally, Mookie and Frank. Frank???? Frank who? Remember the miracle of 1969? What an amazin’ year? Tom and Jerry, Cleon and Agee, Swoboda and Shamsky, Buddy and Johnny. Johnny??? Who the hell was Johnny? The Frank I’m referring to was […]

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Mets Looking at Moises Alou for Coaching Staff Position

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Mets Looking at Moises Alou for Coaching Staff Position

Update 12/9/10: According to Matthew Cerrone of MetsBlog, Moises Alou declined the Mets offer to join their coaching staff. Update 12/8/10:  According to Adam Rubin, despite what Kevin Burkhardt said, a team source told him that the Mets are not considering Moises Alou for the 1B coaching position.  I guess i was partially on the […]

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Mets Winter Meetings Update: Guarantees, Wheeler, Van Slyke, Hairston Jr.

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Mets Winter Meetings Update: Guarantees, Wheeler, Van Slyke, Hairston Jr.

Mets Are Wheeling and Dealing? According to Steve Phillips in a post to AOL Fanhouse, free agent reliever Dan Wheeler is drawing interest from several teams including the Diamondbacks, Cubs, Red Sox and the Mets. Wheeler is an 11-year veteran who had been with Tampa Bay since being traded by Houston during the 2007 season. Wheeler […]

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Heyman: Mets Are Like Scavengers, Francesa: Citi Field Will Be A Ghost Town

An article by posted on December 6, 2010 0 Comments

Just heard some scathing remarks from Jon Heyman who was a guest of Mike Francesa this afternoon on WFAN, Francesa said he thinks “Alderson is getting a free pass for essentially doing nothing” and that if his plan is to show up on Opening Day with basically the same team as last season minus Johan […]

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IMO: Winter Meetings 2010

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Sandy Alderson has guaranteed the Mets will come back from the 2010 Winter Meetings with new players. He is quoted as saying: “I can guarantee you we’ll come back with some new players, I can’t guarantee you how high-profile they will be or how many. If nothing else, we’ll pick in the Rule 5 Draft […]

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Jason Bay Deal Is A Steal Compared To What Werth Got

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Jason Bay Deal Is A Steal Compared To What Werth Got

Last night, when I first heard about the seven-year, $126 million deal that Jayson Werth signed with the Nationals, it was so hard to digest the news because it seemed so unbelievable to me. Somehow, somebody just reported some bad information and the news spread like wildfire, I thought. What could Mike Rizzo and the Nationals […]

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Ricciardi Tackles The Misconceptions Of Moneyball

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Moneyball, Moneyball, Moneyball, that’s all we ever seem to hear or read about these days. Between me and all the other Mets fans deciding to buy and read the Michael Lewis book, it might just make its way back to the NY Times best-seller list if it hasn’t already. It’s a good book, but also a […]

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