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It’s Slow. It’s Boring. The Games Are Too Long. But Enough About Football…

An article by posted on November 5, 2013 0 Comments
It’s Slow. It’s Boring. The Games Are Too Long. But Enough About Football…

Jose Valentin was ninety feet from home. Endy Chavez was on second representing the tying run. Pinch-runner Anderson Hernandez was on first. Bases loaded, 2 outs, bottom of the 9th. The Mets trailed 3-1. A base hit would tie it, a double would send us to the World Series against Detroit. 56,357 fanatics screamed and […]

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How Is Familia Doing and What Is His Role Moving Forward?

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
How Is Familia Doing and What Is His Role Moving Forward?

Brandon asks… I always was a big fan of Jeurys Familia and I was wondering how he was doing health wise and if he still will play a significant role with the Mets either as a starter or reliever? Thanks. Teddy replies… Jeurys Familia is doing fine (5.0 IP, 7 K, 7.20 ERA), and is […]

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Will The Mets Sign Free Agent Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo This Winter?

An article by posted on October 20, 2013 0 Comments
Will The Mets Sign Free Agent Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo This Winter?

NYBenzGirl asks… Is there any chance that the Mets will target and sign Shin-Soo Choo this offseason? Joe D. replies… That’s actually a two part question. I have no doubt that the Mets will target a player like Choo, if only to drum up fan interest and create a little buzz this offseason. So yes […]

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Jose Reyes and Sandy Alderson’s Defining Mets Moment

An article by posted on October 15, 2013 0 Comments
Jose Reyes and Sandy Alderson’s Defining Mets Moment

You remember the parting words. After the Mets infamously failed to make even a token hometown discount offer to the greatest shortstop in the team’s half century on the diamond, California import Sandy Alderson took the low road as GM. “If you are asking whether I should have sent him a box of chocolates, perhaps […]

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2013 Season Review: Matt Harvey, RHP

An article by posted on October 9, 2013 0 Comments
2013 Season Review: Matt Harvey, RHP

MATT HARVEY, RHP PRESEASON EXPECTATIONS The Mets were patient in bringing up Matt Harvey last year and it paid off. After making a splash with 10 mostly eye opening starts and leaving a strong impression with his poise and command, it was anticipated Harvey would take the next step and become a solid starter in […]

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Daniel Murphy Appreciation Day

An article by posted on October 7, 2013 0 Comments
Daniel Murphy Appreciation Day

Before I begin, let me preface this by saying that if you’re not a Daniel Murphy supporter, then in all likelihood you will not be a fan of this post.  (And for the record, the title of this piece was suggested by my Gal For All Seasons, so I’m not alone in my appreciation for […]

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Have The Wilpons Grown Tired Of The Losing Too?

An article by posted on October 6, 2013 0 Comments
Have The Wilpons Grown Tired Of The Losing Too?

So here’s the offseason blueprint… The Mets plan to attack this offseason by targeting players in the middle of the market and staying away from players at the top of the food chain. Apparently, this is the so-called “Red Sox model” we keep hearing about. I don’t have a problem with that and there are […]

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Quantum Physics, Mets Fans, And Winning

An article by posted on October 5, 2013 0 Comments
Quantum Physics, Mets Fans, And Winning

Quantum physics states that everything is made up of energy—simply stated, all physical reality is energy which is in constant motion. The chair you are sitting on and the cup you are drinking out of can be broken down to it’s simplest form—energy. Our thoughts are no different. They also give off energy. Scientists are […]

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Ouch! Mets 2013 TV Ratings Drop 31.6 Percent Over 2012

An article by posted on October 3, 2013 0 Comments
Ouch! Mets 2013 TV Ratings Drop 31.6 Percent Over 2012

According to Neil Best of Newsday, only 1.54 percent of homes were tuned in to Mets games on SNY this season on average. That figure is down from 2.25 in 2012 and represents a drop of a whopping 31.6 percent. The 1.54 percent is the lowest viewership percentage in the history of SNY. Best also adds that […]

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Look For Mets Payroll To Be Less Than 2013 Levels

An article by posted on September 30, 2013 0 Comments
Look For Mets Payroll To Be Less Than 2013 Levels

This is actually kind of funny. No less than five minutes ago, I was reviewing my one question for Sandy Alderson, who will be addressing the media in a press conference scheduled for noon. We’ll have John Delcos there and Sandy is expected to have a Q&A after he announces the new Terry Collins extension. […]

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