Carlos Beltran Has No Plans To Be A DH

An article by posted on July 3, 2011 0 Comments
Carlos Beltran Has No Plans To Be A DH

It seems that just about everyone has Mets right fielder Carlos Beltran ticketed for a DH gig in the American League next season, or possibly even this one – everyone that is except Carlos Beltran. “Right now I’m not even thinking about that,” Beltran said. “I want to play in the outfield. I feel like […]

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The Making Of ’86 Mets Anthem, “Lets Go, Mets Go”

An article by posted on July 3, 2011 0 Comments

Lauren of snagflims.com, a site that streams over 2,100 free films, has a new video which features the back story behind the 1986 Mets anthem, “Lets Go, Mets Go”. She says, “ I would like to bring your attention to a great film called Let’s Go Mets, which documents the Mets team of the 80s, especially the 86 World Series […]

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Is Reyes’ Injury A Good Thing?

An article by posted on July 2, 2011 0 Comments

Okay before all you Mets fans bash me and say what is this kid smoking, take a second to think. Is this Reyes hamstring injury really all so bad? Yes I know Reyes has been the brightest light in an otherwise dark season for the New York Metropolitans. In what will end up being yet […]

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My American League All-Stars

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My American League All-Stars

The American League was a little easier than the NL, I think. Such depth in the NL outfield and at first base and no depth at all at third base made it difficult to settle. But trying to adhere to that stupid rule about representing each team made it a challenge. Without further ado… C - Alex Avila, […]

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Enough Is Enough, Time To Can The Jose Reyes Trade Talk

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Enough Is Enough, Time To Can The Jose Reyes Trade Talk

With yesterday’s two-hit performance by the soon-to-be 3-time All-Star shortstop Jose Reyes, there seems to be nothing this guy cannot do. He’s raised his league leading average to .351 in a tough 5-2 Mets loss to the Detroit Tigers prior to the start of the Subway Series. More importantly, the 28-year-old now has 15 triples […]

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Starting Line-up, Game 2 Preview: Yankees vs Mets

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Starting Line-up, Game 2 Preview: Yankees vs Mets

RHP Bartolo Colon (5-3, 3.10) vs. RHP Dillon Gee (8-1, 3.32) Starting Line-up Game Preview The Mets and Yankees play game two today as the Mets try to rebound from last night. Yesterday, the Yankees got off to an early lead and that was all they needed as the Mets would record 10 hits in […]

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Mets Notes: Buchholz Battling Depression, Johan Back On Mound, Wright Closer To Return

An article by posted on July 2, 2011 0 Comments

Reliever Taylor Buchholz has reportedly recovered from shoulder fatigue, but is now dealing with depression and anxiety. He is back home in Philadelphia, working with doctors who have recommended that he not pitch while he adjusts to some new medications. Buchholz has battled with depression before. Mets right-hander Dillon Gee is fighting through a dead arm period. He has thrown 87 2/3 innings […]

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Mets Farm Report: July 1st, 2011 – Matt Harvey Shines

An article by posted on July 2, 2011 0 Comments

Buffalo Bisons 0 – Leigh Valley IronPigs 2 Not that he ever really went away, but Chris Schwinden is back and has been at his best recently. Schwinden was perfect the first time through the order. He didn’t give up his first hit till there was one out in the 4th inning. It was the […]

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My Interview with Mets Prospect Josh Satin

An article by posted on July 2, 2011 0 Comments

1st Inning – As a Cal alum, how proud were you to see the team advance to the College World Series after nearly being forced to fold? As a cal alum I was very proud of the team and their accomplishments this season. I’m still very close with the head coach there so I’m so […]

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New York Mets Paying for Their Old Mistakes

An article by posted on July 2, 2011 0 Comments

Yesterday, on July 1st, the Bobby Bonilla received a check in the mail from the New York Mets. The 48 year old received $1,193,248. This is just the first of 25 checks that Bonilla will receive from the team every year on July 1st. The story of why Bonilla is receiving checks from the Mets […]

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