Cool Mets Stuff, Bobby Jones, Best Mets Ticket Plans Ever!

An article by posted on February 10, 2011 0 Comments
Cool Mets Stuff, Bobby Jones, Best Mets Ticket Plans Ever!

That’s the the new locker plate design that the Mets are rocking down in Port St. Lucie this Spring. Pretty cool looking design for our boys… Thanks to the New York Mets for sharing it on their Twitter feed. They also reminded us of one of the all-time great Mets moments: Happy Birthday to RHP Bobby […]

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Collins Will Try To Wish Madoff Mess Into The Cornfield

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Collins Will Try To Wish Madoff Mess Into The Cornfield

Terry Collins will have a tough job this Spring. Not only will he have to overcome the disappointment of the last four seasons and try to change the tempo in the clubhouse and the performance on the field, but if that wasn’t tough enough he now has to do it while trying to play through […]

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Swapping Jason Bay For Michael Young

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Swapping Jason Bay For Michael Young

Joel Sherman of the NY Post had something interesting to think about this morning. I guess even journalists and reporters love to speculate as much as we fans and bloggers do, but his reasoning for a swap of Jason Bay for Michael Young had some real bite to it. Sherman says that if he were […]

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Five Worst Mets Free Agents Contracts

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Darren Pare of Yahoo Sports posted his choices for the five worst Mets free agent signings of all time. Here they are: 5. Kaz Matsui: A star shortstop in the Japan, Kaz Matsui signed with the Mets for 3 years at $20 million in 2003. In his last season in Japan, Matsui had 33 home […]

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Four Prospects Who Could Impact Mets In 2011

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Anthony DiComo of Mets.com, believes that Jenrry Mejia, Lucas Duda, Fernando Martinez and Kirk Nieuwenhuis are all prospects to watch this season and writes the following: RHP Jenrry Mejia: After speeding to the Majors last year at the age of 20, Mejia will most likely take a step back and open this season at Triple-A […]

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Could Albert Pujols Wind Up On The Phillies?

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Could Albert Pujols Wind Up On The Phillies?

According to MLB Trade Rumors, Albert Pujols has moved up his deadline for the Cardinals to get a deal done to February 15th, only six days away. The original deadline was set for February 19th, but Albert has decided to show up to camp early to prepare for what could be his final Spring Training as […]

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Mets Bring Back Mighty Casey Fossum

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Mets Bring Back Mighty Casey Fossum

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, the Mets continue to bring in more arms and have signed free-agent LHP Casey Fossum to a minor league deal. The 33-year-old Fossum is a Cherry Hill, New Jersey native, and has not pitched in the big leagues since 2009, when he played for the Mets and made three appearances for […]

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Spring Training For The Mets And The Yankees

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Spring Training For The Mets And The Yankees

Both the Mets and the Yankees have had an uncharacteristic and in some ways, an unproductive off-season. The Mets were not able to make many quality additions due to the lack of available funds. The Yankees have just found out that Andy Pettitte will not return and are learning that good pitchers are hard to […]

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Mets Sign RHP Dale Thayer

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Jon Morosi of FOX Sports is reporting via Twitter, that the New York Mets have signed RHP Dale Thayer to a minor league contract. Thayer, 30, has parts of two major league seasons under his belt, both with the Tampa Bay Rays. He has appeared in just 12 games totaling 15.2 innings pitched in which he allowed […]

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Howard’s Words Come Back To Bite Him On The…

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Are you confused by all of this Madoff - Wilpon – Mets stuff? Fret not, James K. of Amazin Avenue, posted a fantastic time-line beginning with the initial news that Bernie Madoff had been charged by the SEC for running a Ponzi scheme back on December 11, 2008, and taking you through all of the key moments culminating with the latest news of […]

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