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Featured Post: The Boys of … Winter?

An article by posted on April 17, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: The Boys of … Winter?

“On a cold night you have to hit the ball 25 feet farther. So, in other words, if the fence is 338 feet and you hit the ball 338 feet, you’ll be 25 feet short.” – Ralph Kiner, attempting to explain the effect of cold weather on the flight of a baseball. The New York Mets and […]

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Brandon Nimmo Is One Of The Hottest Prospects In Baseball

An article by posted on April 17, 2013 0 Comments
Brandon Nimmo Is One Of The Hottest Prospects In Baseball

Brandon Nimmo has gotten off to one of the hottest starts in the minor leagues this season. After another three hit performance on Tuesday, he woke up on Wednesday morning as the leading hitter in the South Atlantic league with a .447. Nimmo has officially positioned himself to be the No. 2 prospect in the […]

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Strasburg vs Harvey Matchup Still On For Friday!

An article by posted on April 16, 2013 0 Comments
Strasburg vs Harvey Matchup Still On For Friday!

Updated by HoJo on 4/16 Mets manager Terry Collins said he did not plan to disrupt the throwing schedule for Matt Harvey regardless of postponements in Denver. So Harvey continues to be in line for Friday’s game against the Washington Nationals, who are expected to start Stephen Strasburg in the series opener at Citi Field. […]

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Baseball Helps to Heal the Pain

An article by posted on April 16, 2013 0 Comments
Baseball Helps to Heal the Pain

As we try and get our minds back to the normal activities, it is hard to not think about these tragedies and how so many people are affected.  You kind of feel selfish to think that you are one of the lucky ones that are not affected by this event.  But being a father of […]

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Our Prayers Go Out To The Victims And Familes Of The Boston Marathon Bombings

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
Our Prayers Go Out To The Victims And Familes Of The Boston Marathon Bombings

I was on the phone when the news flashed across my laptop screen. Two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon. I quickly closed my laptop and turned on my TV and couldn’t believe what I was seeing. The latest report says that at least two people are dead and over 100 […]

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Did Yankees and A-Rod Illegally Obtain and Destroy Evidence From Ongoing Biogenesis Investigation?

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
Did Yankees and A-Rod Illegally Obtain and Destroy Evidence From Ongoing Biogenesis Investigation?

ADD DESTROYING CRIMINAL EVIDENCE TO A-ROD’S RAP LIST? On Friday afternoon, Michael Schmidt of the New York Times broke the story and identified Alex Rodriguez as the player who allegedly purchased documents from a former employee of Biogenesis of America in an attempt to destroy evidence linking him to the anti-aging clinic’s distribution of performance-enhancing drugs. […]

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Featured Post: Mets Fans Hope the Dream Can Become a Reality Once Again

An article by posted on April 11, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: Mets Fans Hope the Dream Can Become a Reality Once Again

Since the birth of baseball, teams have had one goal for each season and that was to win the championship and allow their fans bragging rights. Many teams have had the honor of not only winning one, but winning the Fall Classic multiple times. But for Mets fans wanting to win more than two and […]

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This Mets Team Can’t Afford Mental Mistakes

An article by posted on April 11, 2013 0 Comments
This Mets Team Can’t Afford Mental Mistakes

I cringed as Domonic Brown’s three-run home run in the bottom of the first inning disappeared deep into the stands at Citizens Bank Park last night. Phillies 5, Mets 0 before we even blinked. But then I realized that Citizens Bank Park is band box, and one or two big swings would get the Mets […]

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Harvey Is The Best Pitcher The Mets Have Drafted In Over 30 Years

An article by posted on April 9, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Is The Best Pitcher The Mets Have Drafted In Over 30 Years

Last night, at least six times, I heard fans, beat writers and announcers drawing comparisons to Tom Seaver when talking about Matt Harvey. He’s quickly becoming not just a Mets story limited only to the five surrounding boroughs, but a national baseball story as well. A cover on the front of Sports Illustrated or ESPN […]

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Marlins vs Mets at 1:10 PM – Game Preview, Notes, Starting Lineup

An article by posted on April 7, 2013 0 Comments
Marlins vs Mets at 1:10 PM – Game Preview, Notes, Starting Lineup

Mets Lineup Collin Cowgill CF Daniel Murphy 2B David Wright 3B Ike Davis 1B Mike Baxter RF Lucas Duda LF Ruben Tejada SS Anthony Recker C Aaron Laffey LHP Game Notes The Mets optioned RHP Jeurys Familia to Triple-A Las Vegas. They also moved Johan Santana to the 60-day disabled list and removed him from […]

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