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NL Wildcard Preview: Reds at Pirates

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NL Wildcard Preview: Reds at Pirates

Last night was just the opening act, tonight the playoffs officially begin! This year’s playoffs (minus not having the Mets) to me look to be very enjoyable on paper. I don’t think there is a team that I legitimately can say I have a strong feeling “should” win it all. Tonight, the Pittsburgh Pirates welcome […]

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Could We Have Been Wrong About Terry Collins?

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Could We Have Been Wrong About Terry Collins?

Andy Martino of the New York Daily News wrote a column endorsing the Mets decision to resign Terry Collins to a two-year deal in a column he wrote in today’s edition. His piece doesn’t spend much time addressing the Mets won/loss record. I assume, like many, that he doubts that with the Mets’ rosters Terry […]

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MMO Players of the Week: Expect the Unexpected

An article by posted on September 30, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Players of the Week: Expect the Unexpected

This week in Mets baseball was the last week of Mets baseball, and if you were on the “lose for the protected pick” train, you got your wish. The Mets made the last week of the 2013 season a pretty fun one, taking 2/3 from the Reds and spoiling all of their hopes for a […]

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Alderson: Signing Santana Is A Possibility

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Alderson: Signing Santana Is A Possibility

The latest news out of Sandy’s camp — He mentioned on WFAN that signing Johan Santana is a possibility. Although this could be nothing more than him covering his bases and making sure that all options get explored, he didn’t flat out deny anything. Santana has made his intentions clear — he plans to pitch […]

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Check It Out… Mets 2013 Greatest Hits

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Check It Out… Mets 2013 Greatest Hits

Check out some of the Mets’ top highlights from the 2013 season, including the emergence of Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler, Juan Lagares and several other wild walk-off wins…

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Wilmer Flores Looks To Improve Speed, Plate Discipline In 2014

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Wilmer Flores Looks To Improve Speed, Plate Discipline In 2014

The 2013 Mets season has now officially been placed ‘in the books’. This year saw the continued decline of  once promising young talents such as Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada, allowing for a slew of fresh prospects to enter the mix at the major-league level. Terry Collins best described it in his pre-game press conference […]

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Team Insiders Say They’ll Listen To Offers On Daniel Murphy

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Team Insiders Say They’ll Listen To Offers On Daniel Murphy

Team Insiders Say They’ll Listen To Offers On __________. Fill in the blank… In this particular case, the player that Adam Rubin is referring to is second baseman Daniel Murphy. The thing is, whenever the Mets say they aren’t trading anyone and only listening to offers, that player may as well pack their bags. We […]

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Mets Contacted LaTroy Hawkins, Likely To Return Next Season

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Mets Contacted LaTroy Hawkins, Likely To Return Next Season

Kristie Ackert of the Daily News is reporting that LaTroy Hawkins, undoubtedly one of the best free agent signings of the season for the Mets, has already had discussions with the front office to return in 2014. Hawkins was already having a solid season for the Mets – serving as the team’s setup man. But […]

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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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And Then This Happened…

An article by posted on September 30, 2013 0 Comments
And Then This Happened…

Here’s a nice way to start the Mets offseason… On Saturday at Sporting Park, fans gathered to watch the soccer match between the Philadelphia Union and Sporting Kansas City. As in most sporting events that take place in this great country, the action on the field doesn’t begin without first playing the National Anthem, and […]

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