Sandy Has A Plan, What A Relief…

An article by posted on December 9, 2011 0 Comments

As pointed out by Mike Salfino of SNY Why Guys, there’s more to the additions of relievers Jon Rauch, Frank Francisco and Ramon Ramirez than just the obvious which was to bolster a depleted bullpen. Relievers are very easy to trade at the deadline for real prospects, especially when the relievers in question have either […]

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Wright Weighs In On Reyes

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Wright Weighs In On Reyes

David Wright has issued the following statement regarding Jose Reyes: “Jose’s a great friend and a great player. While I will miss him as a friend and teammate, I’m glad he was able to get the contract that he earned and deserved. I truly wish him all the best in Miami. I have trust and faith […]

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What If David Wright Pulls A Jose Reyes?

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What If David Wright Pulls A Jose Reyes?

We just saw Jose Reyes deliver the greatest season ever by a Mets shortstop. Additionally, after 49 seasons without a National League batting champion, the Mets now have one in Jose Reyes and nobody could ever take that away from him or the Mets. (Can a no-hitter be far behind?) At 27-years old, Reyes had the […]

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Who To Blame For Losses Of Reyes/Pujols

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Who To Blame For Losses Of Reyes/Pujols

Pockets of fans in St. Louis and New York are understandably upset after Albert Pujols and Jose Reyes sold their legacies and moved them out of town as mercenaries. Pujols thought $220 million over ten years, his developmental years in St. Louis along with his businesses and foundation weren’t enough, so he took $30 million […]

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Sandy Alderson Is Now The Face Of The Franchise

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Sandy Alderson Is Now The Face Of The Franchise

Here are some blogger’s and journalist’s reactions to the Jose Reyes saga. None are as rosy as the reactions I saw posted somewhere else the other day, so I thought I’d bring some balance to the Force. What follows is a perplexing thought that slapped me in the face this morning. Bob Klapisch, The Record […]

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What The Mets Didn’t Tell You About Pagan Trade…

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What The Mets Didn’t Tell You About Pagan Trade…

Amazing… No mention of this detail until today. I guess Mets fans are not on a need to know basis under this very covert front office operation. A Tale Of Two Cities I investigated Rubin’s claim and here are the Mets and Giants versions of the Press Release: The distortion and smokescreen with the Mets […]

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Mets Notes: Parnell On The Trade Block?, Interest In Pudge, Theriot

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Mets Notes: Parnell On The Trade Block?, Interest In Pudge, Theriot

Here are the latest Mets Notes following the close of the 2011 Winter Meetings: Mets Considered Trading Bobby Parnell: According to Adam Rubin of ESPN, the Mets were contemplating trading 27-year old fireballer Bobby Parnell to an unknown team for a starting position player. Rubin said that Mets officials were “weighing the merits of the deal […]

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What the Loss of Jose Reyes Means for the Mets in 2012

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What the Loss of Jose Reyes Means for the Mets in 2012

For shortstop Jose Reyes, the 2011 season was the ninth season of his career with the New York Mets, and  Mets fans certainly knew the day was coming when Reyes became a free agent. The Mets have been bleeding cash for several years now, and even the move into their new facility at CitiField in time […]

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Mets Winter Meetings Recap

An article by posted on December 8, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Winter Meetings Recap

 The Mets Lose Jose Reyes to the Miami Marlins I’m tired of arguing with some Mets fans on this, so in order to appease the masses, here’s the Disney version of events. Sandy Alderson made Reyes a very solid five-year, $88 million dollar offer, but the Marlins topped it with an additional sixth year which […]

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It’s A Good Thing Pujols Isn’t A Marlin

An article by posted on December 8, 2011 0 Comments
It’s A Good Thing Pujols Isn’t A Marlin

So Albert Pujols is heading to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for the next decade, which is great news for Mets fans. Pujols had been heavily courted by the Miami Marlins before deciding to head out west. Though the Mets will have to deal with Jose Reyes within the division for the next six […]

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