Tag: Citi Field

Covering The BAY-ses With The Mets’ New Leftfielder

An article by posted on January 6, 2010 0 Comments

With today’s press conference, Jason Bay has now been introduced to the New York media and to Citi Field.  So who is this man who’s supposed to be the big offensive addition to the New York Mets? Jason Raymond Bay was drafted in the 22nd round of the 2000 amateur draft by the Montreal Expos.  […]

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2010 Off To Good Start, Looking Forward To What’s Next

An article by posted on January 5, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets have started 2010 the right way as Jason Bay is officially a New York Met after passing a physical.  Later on today the Mets will have a press conference introducing Jason Bay as the newest Met.  The deal is for 4 years and is worth $66 million dollars with a vesting option for […]

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Jason Bay Passes Physical, Press Conference Tomorrow

An article by posted on January 4, 2010 0 Comments

Despite the ridiculous warnings of impending injuries that would be revealed during his physical, Jason Bay passed his much anticipated physical with flying colors. The anti-Bay contingency must now find another tactic to cast aspersions on this signing after failing to prove that Bay is a defensive black hole or that he had several unreported broken […]

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At Least One Mets Front Office Dept. Is Still Operational

An article by posted on December 20, 2009 0 Comments
At Least One Mets Front Office Dept. Is Still Operational

Those of you who purchased Mets ticket plans last season, will be happy to know that your original December 4th deadline has been moved up again from December 14th to December 31st. Here is the copy of the email that was sent out. Dear Mets Ticket Plan Holder: Thank you again for your support of […]

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Mets Appear To Be Only Team Set To Pay Free Agent Jason Bay

An article by posted on December 19, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets have finally gotten an early Christmas gift, as the hunt for Jason Bay was dropped by one team Friday when the Mariners traded for Milton Bradley. The only thing left for the Mets now is to come to a final agreement with Bay and bring him to Citi Field for the 2010 season. […]

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I’ve Still Got a Bad Feeling About This Offseason

An article by posted on December 3, 2009 0 Comments

I wrote on this site a month or two ago that I had a bad feeling that Omar Minaya would not come away with any prize free agents or make any significant trades to improve the Mets heading into 2010.  I am closer to realizing that after reading this article on Mets.com about Minaya moving […]

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Citi Field Is A-Changin’

An article by posted on November 24, 2009 0 Comments

Before 2009 turned into a nightmare year for the Mets, their fans we were excited.  Aaron Heilman was gone, the Mets signed K-Rod and added J.J. Putz to the bullpen and they were opening up a new ballpark.  For the final 2 seasons Shea Stadium saw the Mets playoff dreams evaporate on the last day […]

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Driving in Runs Big Goal for 2010

An article by posted on November 18, 2009 0 Comments

It’s not always easy to find things to write about this time of year other than hot stove talk and trade/free agent rumors.  So I decided to look at some of the final stats from 2009.  You know, those dismal numbers that contributed to one of the worst seasons the Mets have had in years.  […]

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Mets Addressing Bullpen Needs, But Not How You Think

An article by posted on November 14, 2009 0 Comments

With numerous holes to fill, the Mets have decided to address their bullpen first.  However, they’re not talking about adding another lefty to assist Perpetual Pedro Feliciano or a set-up man for Francisco Rodriguez.  Instead, the issues with the bullpen being addressed are where each bullpen will be located at Citi Field in 2010. In […]

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Let The Hot Stove Season Begin

An article by posted on November 5, 2009 0 Comments

After a long 2009 season that resulted in our crosstown rivals taking the World Series from our division rivals, the hot stove season has officially begun.  Opening Day of the 2010 season is exactly five months away and the Mets have plenty of work to do in those five months, to say the least. The […]

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