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2013 Mets: I’m Not Making Any Predictions

An article by posted on April 5, 2013 0 Comments
2013 Mets: I’m Not Making Any Predictions

So, this time of year, everyone wants a prediction on the Mets season. How many games will they win? Will Ike Davis hit more homers? Can our new captain lead the team to a better record? Who will be the pitcher to watch now that R.A. Dickey is gone and Johan Santana is done? I […]

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Featured Post: The Humble and Gritty 2013 Mets

An article by posted on April 3, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: The Humble and Gritty 2013 Mets

That the Mets dispatched the Padres on opening day should not be as much a surprise as the manner in which they did it. The Mets reputation as world beaters on opening day goes without mention … it likely has something to do with the presence of some fine pitching throughout Met history and the […]

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Mets Opening Day Sold Out As Fans Flocked To Citi Field

An article by posted on April 2, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Opening Day Sold Out As Fans Flocked To Citi Field

The attendance for Opening Day at Citi Field was 41,053 and it was a complete sellout. The team later announced that another 1,000 tickets on top of that were given away to those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Newsday reports that it was the 15th straight year the Mets sold out their home opener. You could see […]

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The Great Divide: Where We Are Going and Where We Are

An article by posted on March 26, 2013 0 Comments
The Great Divide: Where We Are Going and Where We Are

If there’s one thing I can say about Mets fans if I were to use Twitter as the barometer, you could slice the entire fan base down the middle and the divisions are quite clear. In the past 12 months, when anyone asked me to describe the state of the Mets fan base, my reply […]

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It Will Be An Interesting April For The Mets

An article by posted on March 25, 2013 0 Comments
It Will Be An Interesting April For The Mets

Interesting April? That is for sure. Expectations are clearly low for the Mets this year. However, they were also low last year, and the team gave fans at least three months of a season before falling off a cliff. Yes, on paper this team doesn’t look good, and they have been hampered by an astonishing […]

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Former And Current Mets Abound On All-WBC Team

An article by posted on March 22, 2013 0 Comments
Former And Current Mets Abound On All-WBC Team

The 2013 All-World Baseball Classic team was announced Wednesday, and the squad is riddled with Mets both current and former alike. Of course “Captain America” aka David Wright, who’s .438 batting average and 10 RBIs earned him the nickname made the team. Wright was also the only American to make the cut. From the reigning […]

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Featured Post: How On-Base Percentage Directly Relates To Runs Scored

An article by posted on March 19, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: How On-Base Percentage Directly Relates To Runs Scored

There has long been a debate over the value of On-Base Percentage in baseball. The traditionalists say that On-Base Percentage has its place, but is not one of the main statistics front offices should be using when evaluating players. The fans that embrace advanced stats, however, argue that it is a very effective way of […]

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Baseball Fans Across The Nation Salute Our Captain America: David Wright

An article by posted on March 13, 2013 0 Comments
Baseball Fans Across The Nation Salute Our Captain America: David Wright

Last night made it official; the fans and the baseball world have granted David Wright one of the coolest and most prestigious nicknames a ballplayer could have, originating right here on MMO: Captain America. Team USA was on the brink of elimination in the first round of the World Baseball Classic, however with one slam of […]

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MetsBlog: My Bet Is Matt Harvey Never Wins A Cy Young

An article by posted on March 11, 2013 0 Comments
MetsBlog: My Bet Is Matt Harvey Never Wins A Cy Young

Last night and today, I finally got a chance to do some reading and checked out a few of my regular Mets haunts like Faith and Fear in Flushing, Studious Metsimus and of course MetsBlog. I almost wish I never paid a trip to MetsBlog last night. What I read there turned my stomach more […]

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Top 5 American League Promotional Giveaways In 2013

An article by posted on March 9, 2013 0 Comments
Top 5 American League Promotional Giveaways In 2013

Professional sports franchises have been trying to reward fans for coming to their game for almost 70 years. The game, whether it’s baseball, basketball, football or hockey is always the number one attraction for any consumer to walk through the gates. In 1941, Bill Veeck started to bring a different point of view. What if […]

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