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Harvey Speaks To Halladay, Doctor Says Surgery Can Be Avoided

An article by posted on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Speaks To Halladay, Doctor Says Surgery Can Be Avoided

Matt Harvey was in no mood to talk to reporters yesterday, telling a group of them, “I’m good” after they approached him wanting to know more about his tweet heard ’round the world. The injured ace, who is hoping to avoid Tommy John surgery, was diagnosed with a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament, but tweeted Tuesday that he’ll […]

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Featured Post: Harvey Was Not The Hero We Deserved, But The One We Needed

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: Harvey Was Not The Hero We Deserved, But The One We Needed

Matt Harvey is going to miss a significant amount of time; not much else is known at this moment. What has been well-documented however, is just how much of an impact the Dark Knight of Gotham has had on the New York Mets organization and their fans alike. The mood surrounding this franchise has plunged […]

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John Gant Faces The Minimum, Cyclones Move Into 1st Place

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
John Gant Faces The Minimum, Cyclones Move Into 1st Place

Wednesday night at MCU Park in Coney Island was “Bark in the Park” day in which fans could bring their canines to the stadium. But on that night, Brooklyn Cyclones’ righty John Gant was the “top dog.” Gant tossed a complete-game shutout in which he faced the minimum amount of batters in the Cyclones’ 1-0 […]

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Harvey News Sends The Fan Base Reeling

An article by posted on August 27, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey News Sends The Fan Base Reeling

At this point, yesterday’s news feels like a bad dream, but the unfortunate reality is that we may not see Matt Harvey pitch again until 2015.  Once again it seems as though we’ve been left at the altar and many are desperate for answers. How on earth could the team’s new ace, our lone bright […]

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D’Arnaud Homers, But Mets Can’t Avoid Sweep After 11-3 Mauling By Tigers

An article by posted on August 25, 2013 0 Comments
D’Arnaud Homers, But Mets Can’t Avoid Sweep After 11-3 Mauling By Tigers

TIGERS LEAVE METS IN TATTERS AFTER 11-3 MAULING The Mets got pounced on by the Tigers who beat them 11-3 this afternoon at Citi Field to complete a three game sweep and leave them licking their wounds. Dillon Gee started for the Mets and wasn’t nearly as sharp as we’ve seen from him of late. […]

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DePodesta On Why It’s Taking So Long For Mets To Show Winning Results

An article by posted on August 23, 2013 0 Comments
DePodesta On Why It’s Taking So Long For Mets To Show Winning Results

I want to thank Liz Peterson from Nautilus, who was kind enough to allow us to share an interview one of her writers, Kevin Berger, conducted with the Mets Vice President of Player Development Paul DePodesta. In the interview, DePodesta discusses his early years with the Cleveland Indians and Oakland A’s as well as the […]

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Surprise, Surprise. A-Rod Gets Plunked In Return To Fenway

An article by posted on August 19, 2013 0 Comments
Surprise, Surprise. A-Rod Gets Plunked In Return To Fenway

I rarely post anything that isn’t Mets related, but I hope people had a chance to watch yesterday’s game between the Yankees and Red Sox in Fenway Park. Another chapter was written into one of the most storied rivalries in sports. In the second inning, Alex Rodriguez walked to the plate engulfed in a tidal […]

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Watching The B-Mets Clinch Their First Postseason In Nine Years

An article by posted on August 19, 2013 0 Comments
Watching The B-Mets Clinch Their First Postseason In Nine Years

At 1:47 PM I left my house to begin the journey to NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, NY, home of the Binghamton Mets. I arrived nearly two hours later with over two hours to spare until the gates opened. I used this time to tour the campus of SUNY Binghamton University, my mother’s alma mater, and […]

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Deadspin: Rubin Voted Best Mets Beat Writer, Martino Voted Worst

An article by posted on August 15, 2013 0 Comments
Deadspin: Rubin Voted Best Mets Beat Writer, Martino Voted Worst

Deadspin decided to an unscientific polling this season of who were the best and worst beat writers for every major league team. Today, they have released their results: For the Mets they selected: Best: ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin is by far, the best Mets beat reporter. Jorge Castillo is a distant second. Worst: The Daily News’ Andy […]

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Reverting Back to “You Gotta Believe”

An article by posted on August 14, 2013 0 Comments
Reverting Back to “You Gotta Believe”

In 2005, the Mets fan was generally an optimistic one. Sure, we as fans were still getting over the bitter Subway Series defeat. Yet, the idea that somebody fresh and new was coming in to take over the Mets and build a team around our two young potential stars in Jose Reyes and David Wright […]

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