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The Day I’ll Never Forget, April 1st, 2013: My First Mets Game With My Dad

An article by posted on June 16, 2013 0 Comments
The Day I’ll Never Forget, April 1st, 2013: My First Mets Game With My Dad

Some of my greatest memories with my father have revolved around sports. High-fiving eachother after witnessing an Islanders overtime win at the Nassau Coliseum. Sitting on the LIRR on our way to the Giants ticker-tape parade while my dad called me in sick to school; the attendance secretary not buying it for a minute. Nearly […]

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Lack Of Wright’s All Star Game Support Is Not On The Fans, It’s On The Mets…

An article by posted on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
Lack Of Wright’s All Star Game Support Is Not On The Fans, It’s On The Mets…

David Wright spoke out about the overzealous campaign by the Mets to get him voted to the All Star Game. “It’s nice when the organization is trying so hard to do something for one of their players and I can’t thank them enough for that,” Wright said. “But at the same time, I’ve asked them […]

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Harvey vs. Wainwright: Top Two NL Hurlers Go Head to Head

An article by posted on June 13, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey vs. Wainwright: Top Two NL Hurlers Go Head to Head

Today’s pitching matchup at Citi Field, Adam Wainwright vs. Matt Harvey, is a duel between the two best pitchers in the National League according to the Factor12 (F12) Rating. F12 compares each MLB pitcher to the current statistical league average. (Here is a more detailed description of F12) Wainwright (33.001 F12, 1st) is having an […]

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Hard-Throwing Leathersich Promoted To Triple-A

An article by posted on June 13, 2013 0 Comments

A few moments ago, left-handed reliever Jack Leathersich tweeted the following: Flight to Vegas #GoMets — Jack Leathersich (@LeatherRocket) June 13, 2013 Unless he’s going out to Vegas to play the slots, one would assume he’s getting promoted from Double-A Binghamton to Triple-A Las Vegas. Earlier this week, Sandy Alderson said on WFAN with Mike […]

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David Wright Named NL Captain For Home Run Derby

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
David Wright Named NL Captain For Home Run Derby

A New York player will captain both Home Run Derby teams during this year’s All-Star week. David Wright will captain the National League while Robinson Cano will look to lead the American League to it’s fourth-straight title. Wright, who hasn’t participated in the Derby since 2006, will select three additional players from the National League […]

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Broadcasting Games For A Loser Presents Certain Challenges

An article by posted on June 11, 2013 0 Comments
Broadcasting Games For A Loser Presents Certain Challenges

In an article that was highly critical of the New York Mets, Bob Raissman of the Daily News pondered how challenging it must be for SNY to broadcast Mets games and still keep the viewers from tuning out. With no end to the Mets’ ineptitude and misery in sight, their broadcasters are the only entertaining […]

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Has The Allure And New Ballpark Smell Of Citi Field Worn Off?

An article by posted on June 10, 2013 0 Comments
Has The Allure And New Ballpark Smell Of Citi Field Worn Off?

One of my favorite baseball sites is StadiumJourney.com. Founded by Paul Swaney, Stadium Journey has become the best destination site for sports fans who are planning their own baseball or other sports road trips. Their invaluable tips and ballpark and stadium reviews provide all the information you need to plan ahead and know what to expect. […]

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Foreigner and Nas Among Those Headlining 2013 Mets Summer Concert Series

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Foreigner and Nas Among Those Headlining 2013 Mets Summer Concert Series

Summer’s nearly here, baseball is getting into full swing, and the Mets are bringing live music to Citi Field to start the summer right! Last year the Mets held their first summer concert series, where bands such as REO Speedwagon, Cheap Trick, and MercyMe followed Mets games. It was a great success for the Mets, […]

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Last Night Was An Epic Fail On Many Fronts For The Mets

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Last Night Was An Epic Fail On Many Fronts For The Mets

Saturday’s marathon was the longest game ever in Citi Field history and the longest in the majors since April 17, 2010, when the Mets beat St. Louis, 2-1 in 20 innings. The previous long at Citi Field was October 3, 2010, a 14-inning, 2-1 loss to the Nationals. Saturday was also tied for the fourth-longest […]

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Wheeler Could Get Call-Up On Monday

An article by posted on June 7, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler Could Get Call-Up On Monday

Update: 1:30 PM Paul Casella, of MLB.com, has reported that Wheeler’s call-up could come as early as this Monday. Casella states Zack Wheeler’s big-league promotion has seemed imminent for days now with the most recent sign of a looming call-up coming on Monday. ESPN reported Wheeler’s first start would come next Friday. Jay Horwitz, the […]

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