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Opening Day Lineup and Preview: Mets Vs. Marlins

An article by posted on April 4, 2010 0 Comments

Jerry Manuel has announced his Opening Day lineup for tomorrow: 1. Alex Cora SS 2. Luis Castillo 2B 3. David Wright 3B 4. Mike Jacobs 1B 5. Jason Bay, LF 6. Gary Matthews Jr. CF 7. Jeff Francoeur RF 8. Rod Barajas C 9. Johan Santana P Observations: Gary Matthews Jr. gets the starting nod […]

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Optimism vs. Realism

An article by posted on April 1, 2010 0 Comments
Optimism vs. Realism

There is a big battle going on in the Mets blogosphere. Not only on blogs or Facebook or Twitter, but even bars and anywhere you’ll find Mets fans. Some fans just want their points heard and don’t care what anyone else has to say. Some like and appreciate the dialogue and are open to hearing other views. Some Met fans […]

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With Murphy Out, Don’t Rush Ike

An article by posted on March 31, 2010 0 Comments

With the news that Murphy will miss some time due to injury, the one thing I can ask for is the organization to not rush the development of Ike Davis. The plan for Davis after his impressive spring was for him to be sent down and get some seasoning at the minor league level. With […]

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And Leading Off For The Mets…?

An article by posted on March 29, 2010 0 Comments

We have just one more week of Spring Training left and the good news out of Mets camp is that Jose Reyes may soon appear in a minor league game perhaps as soon as today. Also, Omar Minaya said this weekend that we should not rule Jose Reyes out for Opening Day. As soon as Reyes […]

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There’s No Crying Broke In Baseball

An article by posted on March 26, 2010 0 Comments

Tom Hanks’ Jimmy Dugan character says, “There’s no crying in baseball”. But many today will also say, ”There’s no crying broke in baseball.” Fans, sports bloggers, and sports enthusiasts nationwide spend big money on season tickets, concessions, memorabilia, periodicals, books, and all kinds of financial trade-offs to show their appreciation for their team. WIth all the […]

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Dwight Gooden’s Demons Return

An article by posted on March 24, 2010 0 Comments

Dwight Gooden was arrested Tuesday morning in NJ and charged with driving under the influence of drugs following an auto accident.  Gooden has previously stated he’d been sober the past 3 and a half years.  The accident occurred at morning rush hour and according to reports Doc’s son was in the car with him at the […]

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Glad Omar Is Unwilling To Rush Prospects To Save Job

An article by posted on March 23, 2010 0 Comments

This Spring we’ve gotten to look at some of our young prospects and they have impressed fans, the media and the team.  The reports that the farm system was dead have been greatly exaggerated it seems.  Fernando Martinez, Ike Davis, Jon Niese and Jenrry Mejia are having great springs, so of course there has been plenty […]

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Watch The Lineup Tonight On MSG!

An article by posted on March 23, 2010 0 Comments
Watch The Lineup Tonight On MSG!

Here’s something well worth watching tonight at 10:00 PM EST on MSG. “The Lineup: New York’s All-Time Best Baseball Players,” a new original series and interactive fantasy game that will determine the best baseball players in the history of New York, premier tonight on MSG Network with “Catchers,” the first of ten weekly episodes. Each […]

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Morning Grind: Put Up Your Elijah Dukes!

An article by posted on March 18, 2010 0 Comments

On Wednesday, the Washington Nationals finally washed their hands of outfielder Elijah Dukes and released him. Can you imagine that… The worst team in the National League cutting bait with the promissing, but troubled, young outfielder not because of any off the field incident or behavioral issue, but simply because he simply wasn’t that good… […]

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The Dawn Is Coming Met Fans

An article by posted on March 16, 2010 0 Comments

The New York Mets have seen darker days than this; the midnight massacre in which Tom Seaver was traded away comes to mind.  Another bad time for the Mets and their fan base was in the early 90’s when the Mets had the worst team that money could buy followed by the failure of Generation […]

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