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Mets Enjoying Huge Revenue and Attendance Spike, But…

An article by posted on August 5, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Enjoying Huge Revenue and Attendance Spike, But…

Mets chief revenue officer Lou DePaoli told Steven Marcus of Newsday that the team currently has the sixth-largest attendance increase of all MLB teams over last year’s figures. Through 56 home games this season, Mets attendance is up 10 percent over last year, DePaoli told Marcus. The Mets are averaging 30,253 fans per game, which is […]

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If Mets Fail To Make Postseason, Should Alderson Be Fired?

An article by posted on July 8, 2015 0 Comments
If Mets Fail To Make Postseason, Should Alderson Be Fired?

Brad Kallet of CBS New York believes that Alderson should be fired if the Mets fail to reach the postseason. While Kallet thinks the Wilpons are the main problem, he also says that Alderson shares responsibility. “He’s had his chance, and enough is enough. No more leeway. No more waiting. No more long-winded raps about […]

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MMO Flashback: What It Means To Be A Mets Fan

An article by posted on April 4, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Flashback: What It Means To Be A Mets Fan

It’s like clockwork you know, hell I could even set my watch to it. Every year and almost exactly around this time, nostalgia rushes over me in a wave of mixed emotions. I feel the cold rattle my aching bones yet I know somewhere warm and far away, my team is getting ready for a […]

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Granderson Has Sore and Swollen Knee, But Not Worried

An article by posted on April 2, 2015 0 Comments
Granderson Has Sore and Swollen Knee, But Not Worried

Update: Marc Carig reports that Curtis Granderson has a sore and swollen knee after being hit by a fastball from pitcher Lance Lynn on Thursday. The Mets right fielder says he isn’t worried about it. April 2 12:45 PM Curtis Granderson left Thursday’s game after being hit on the right leg, near the knee, by […]

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How Optimistic Should Mets Fans Be?

An article by posted on February 17, 2015 0 Comments
How Optimistic Should Mets Fans Be?

Mel Brooks has made a small fortune – no make that a large fortune – on his movie, then play, then movie of THE PRODUCERS. As you must know it involved a scam wherein his protagonists planned to make a fortune by overfunding a Broadway show that goes bust almost immediately. Wayne Huizenga owned the […]

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Mets Tickets Sales Are Up 19 Percent Over Last Year

An article by posted on January 21, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Tickets Sales Are Up 19 Percent Over Last Year

Mets ticket sales are exceeding expectations and are now projected to be significantly higher over last year, Mets chief revenue officer Lou DePaoli told Newsday. “Obviously, we’re going to project for the attendance to go up again,” said DePaoli. “We’re still trying to wrap our hands around exactly what that could look like. Ticket sales […]

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Winning Is The Only Known Cure For Fan Apathy

An article by posted on November 6, 2014 0 Comments
Winning Is The Only Known Cure For Fan Apathy

You may have heard the Mets announced some new uniform changes for 2015 this morning… Well whoop-dee-freaking-doo… There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned uniform tweak to excite the masses and get them to closet their old jerseys and buy some new ones. Cha-ching… If they really want to excite me in November, how about they […]

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Will Bartolo Colon Still Be With Mets In 2015?

An article by posted on October 28, 2014 0 Comments
Will Bartolo Colon Still Be With Mets In 2015?

One of the questions I get asked a lot is whether I think Bartolo Colon will be traded this offseason. I still feel the same way now as I did before the trade deadline and believe Colon will be in the 2015 Opening Day rotation. Back in July, I took issue with this prevailing notion […]

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Trust Me Tom, It Was A Miracle…

An article by posted on October 6, 2014 0 Comments
Trust Me Tom, It Was A Miracle…

As the Kansas City Royals continue to weave their own miracle finish, Hall of Famer Tom Seaver told Mike Vaccaro of the New York Post that he doesn’t believe the 1969 Mets should be remembered as “The Miracle Mets.” Seaver, who went 25-7 that year, acknowledged that he understands why they were called the Miracle Mets, but simply doesn’t […]

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Yasmani Tomas Granted Free Agency, Can Now Sign With Any Team

An article by posted on October 2, 2014 0 Comments
Yasmani Tomas Granted Free Agency, Can Now Sign With Any Team

Cuban slugger Yasmany Tomas has been granted free agency by Major League Baseball, according to a his agent, Jay Alou. He is now free to sign with any club. Unfortunately, his potential $100 million deal takes the Mets out of the picture. Tomas has already had private workouts with the Phillies, Rangers and Giants who are each considered to […]

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Fair or Foul: Trading Murphy and Colon

An article by posted on October 2, 2014 0 Comments
Fair or Foul: Trading Murphy and Colon

As part of his Mets offseason plan, Mark Simon of ESPN New York does an excellent job of constructing his version of a Mets team that can make the playoffs next season. As part of his initiative he proposes the following: The Mets would be well-suited to find a suitor for Colon early this offseason […]

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