Tag: celebration

What’s Wrong With Mejia Showing Some Emotion?

An article by posted on September 15, 2014 0 Comments
What’s Wrong With Mejia Showing Some Emotion?

Recently, fans and people around baseball have been directing criticism towards Mets closer Jenrry Mejia, who has made a name for himself by not only leading the National League in saves since the All-Star Break, but by celebrating each successful save with a unique and explosive celebration. The #MejiaStomp has become popular among Mets fans, as […]

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Jenrry Mejia Leads NL With 15 Saves Since All Star Break

An article by posted on September 13, 2014 0 Comments
Jenrry Mejia Leads NL With 15 Saves Since All Star Break

Jenrry Mejia earned his 26th save of the season on Friday night as the Mets beat the Nationals 4-3, however his post game celebration caused a bit of a stir. After Mejia struck out Ian Desmond to end the game, he pointed at Desmond’ as if he were casting a fishing rod and then began reeling him […]

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Lies, Lies and More Damned Lies

An article by posted on February 3, 2014 0 Comments
Lies, Lies and More Damned Lies

1. It’s All In The Rearview Mirror “It’s all in the rearview mirror,” Wilpon said about past financial woes last year as the 2013 spring training started, “The family is in great shape. The family really is in great shape. There’s no one in my family — there’s the Katz family, the Wilpon family, kids […]

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A Relieved D’Arnaud Says Last Night’s Walk-off Hit Was Indescribable

An article by posted on September 16, 2013 0 Comments
A Relieved D’Arnaud Says Last Night’s Walk-off Hit Was Indescribable

It honestly felt like no one on the roster needed that walk-off yesterday more than Travis d’Arnaud. I do not need to sit here and highlight the fact that our young backstop has been struggling recently — considering it’s already been brought up over and over on talk radio, Mets Twitter and what have you. […]

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Why Don’t The Host Team’s Broadcasters Call The All-Star Game?

An article by posted on July 18, 2013 0 Comments
Why Don’t The Host Team’s Broadcasters Call The All-Star Game?

When a team is chosen to host the MLB All-Star Game, it means not only the greatest baseball has to offer converging on a specific location, but the celebration of both the host city and team. In the past week we witnessed the All-Star Game in Flushing for the first time since 1964, and Major League […]

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Happy Independence Day From MMO!

An article by posted on July 4, 2013 0 Comments
Happy Independence Day From MMO!

It’s that time of the year again when we celebrate the birth of an ideal and of the greatest nation in the world. While we enjoy all the grilling and all the fireworks with our friends and families today, let’s take a moment to remember all the sacrifices that were made to make this celebration of freedom […]

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Sandy Alderson Fires Back At Bob Costas

An article by posted on June 20, 2013 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson Fires Back At Bob Costas

Last Sunday, it seemed the Mets were destined to continue their trek down a road they were all too familiar with. After eight innings of unimpressive play, the Mets were about to add to their losing streak. They had dropped their four previous match-ups and the offensively lacking team was two outs away from making […]

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Bob Costas Can Kiss Our Collective Orange and Blue Asses

An article by posted on June 17, 2013 0 Comments
Bob Costas Can Kiss Our Collective Orange and Blue Asses

Is it me or has veteran broadcaster and baseball historian Bob Costas gone from beloved to just plain old bewildering over the last few years? He always seems to embroil himself in every controversy that comes around and not in a good way either… Sometimes he even likes to stir up his own controversies,,, During […]

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Murphy Drives In Go-Ahead Run In Mets 2-1 Victory Over Yankees

An article by posted on May 27, 2013 0 Comments
Murphy Drives In Go-Ahead Run In Mets 2-1 Victory Over Yankees

Jon Niese started and despite not having his best stuff, he cruised through five scoreless innings. But then in the top of the sixth, centerfielder Brett Gardner tagged him for a leadoff triple and came around to score when Jayson Nix singled him home in the next at-bat for the first run of the game. After […]

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Those Who Contribute the Least Shouldn’t Be Made the Story

An article by posted on May 13, 2013 0 Comments
Those Who Contribute the Least Shouldn’t Be Made the Story

Mets historians will recall how former GM Frank Cashen declared, ““those who contribute the least spray the most champagne” after being doused by reliever Randy Niemann during the 1986 NLCS championship celebration. I think it’s time to take that mantra when it comes to Jordany Valdespin, except those that contribute the least shouldn’t be made the story. […]

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