Tag: ESPN

Mets Sign Catcher Rob Johnson

An article by posted on December 22, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Sign Catcher Rob Johnson

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN via twitter, the Mets have inked catcher Rob Johnson to a minor league deal. The contract is for one year with an invite to Spring Training. This move adds some depth to the extrememly thin Mets catching situation. Johnson will likely be in competition with Mike Nickeas for the backup […]

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ESPN: Marlins Getting A Feel For Interest In Hanley Ramirez

An article by posted on December 9, 2011 0 Comments
ESPN: Marlins Getting A Feel For Interest In Hanley Ramirez

Buster Olney of ESPN tweets – Under category of Actions Speak Louder Than Words: Marlins have poked around in the market to get a feel for interest in Hanley Ramirez. The plot thickens. Original Post 12/7 A rumor circulated yesterday that Hanley Ramirez asked to be traded and is in an uproar about the idea of moving over […]

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Reyes Says Mets Didn’t Want Him, Alderson Says He Should Have Sent Chocolate

An article by posted on December 7, 2011 0 Comments
Reyes Says Mets Didn’t Want Him, Alderson Says He Should Have Sent Chocolate

Jose Reyes didn’t mince words today when speaking to reporters after being introduced as the new Marlins new shortstop. Here are a few quotes from ESPN New York: On whether he was surprised that Mets were not more aggressive:  “During the season, you guys know, I always say I want to go back to play […]

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Reyes and Marlins Talking Now, Could Announce Six-Year, $111 Million Deal Tonight

An article by posted on December 4, 2011 0 Comments
Reyes and Marlins Talking Now, Could Announce Six-Year, $111 Million Deal Tonight

According to Ken Rosenthal moments ago on MLB Network, Jose Reyes and the Marlins could announce an agreement to a six, year, $100 Million dollar deal tonight. If that happens, that would mean Jose Reyes will have played his last game as a Met without never having received one offer from them. I think that might tick […]

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Mets Considering A Reunion With RHP Luis Ayala

An article by posted on December 4, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Considering A Reunion With RHP Luis Ayala

According to Jim Bowden of ESPN XM via Twitter, there are six teams in on RHP Luis Ayala; the Mets, Yankees, Rays, Blue Jays, Angels and Red Sox. That sounds like a lot of competition for Ayala, who turns 34 in January and is coming off a solid comeback season in 2011 that saw him […]

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Lots Of Mets Goodies To Share!

An article by posted on November 10, 2011 0 Comments
Lots Of Mets Goodies To Share!

Hi Readers, I hope you like the new look… We’re not done yet as we continue to work on a few things. Plus we need to get the appearance up to Metsmerized standards. Adam Rubin of ESPN said in his chat today, that the Mets are planing some tweaks to the uniforms again, and one such […]

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Mets Will Meet Reyes When He’s Done Shopping

An article by posted on November 7, 2011 0 Comments

Updated 9:00 PM * Jerry Crasnick of ESPN talked to a Marlins official who confirmed that his team has talked with free-agent SS Jose Reyes. According to Crasnick, the Marlins are also speaking to Prince Fielder and Albert Pujols. It seems that they are intent on getting one of those big names to help showcase their new ballpark. […]

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Mets Had Worst Middle Infield Defense In Majors In 2011

An article by posted on November 3, 2011 0 Comments

I picked this up on ESPN New York this morning. By one measure, baseball statistician Bill James has determined the Mets had the worst middle-infield combination in baseball last season, at least when Jose Reyes was paired with Justin Turner. Here’s what James and colleagues wrote … In The Bill James Handbook 2012, Bill James and Baseball Info Solutions track Defensive […]

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Mets Source Says Einhorn Was Looking To Exploit Mets Financial Situation

An article by posted on September 1, 2011 0 Comments

UPDATE 12:40 pm According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, a source aware of the matter said Einhorn’s portrayal of the situation as the Wilpons continually changing terms is inaccurate. Instead, the source said, Einhorn figured he had the Wilpons in a bind and looked to exploit it, thinking minor late changes from the current […]

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Rocking It On Baseball Tonight

An article by posted on August 22, 2011 0 Comments

Obviously I wasn’t in the loop about this contest, but here’s my favorite band Seether, rocking out to the ESPN Baseball Tonight theme song. According to ESPN, the shows producers have enlisted the help of notable musicians to provide their distinctive interpretations of the “Baseball Tonight” theme song during the 2011 season. They have already featured these […]

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