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MMO Minors Mailbag: Will Vegas Affect Pitchers?

An article by posted on October 8, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Minors Mailbag: Will Vegas Affect Pitchers?

Rich asks… What do you think the effect will be on our prospects moving from Buffalo to Las Vegas? I read that the climate could be bad for our pitchers and I’m concerned about Zack Wheeler. I know that you talk to these players a lot and was wondering what you felt about this move? […]

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Have We Seen David Wright’s Final Game In A Mets Uniform?

An article by posted on October 4, 2012 0 Comments
Have We Seen David Wright’s Final Game In A Mets Uniform?

Until something gets done, the David Wright situation will to be the central theme on Mets blogs everywhere for this entire offseason. I wanted to get things started by asking our staff the following most important question for the Mets moving forward. Have we seen David Wright’s final game in a Mets uniform?   Mitch: No. The […]

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From Left Field: Is Scott Hairston The Answer For A Corner Outfield Spot?

An article by posted on October 4, 2012 0 Comments
From Left Field: Is Scott Hairston The Answer For A Corner Outfield Spot?

It was great to see Scott Hairston hit a home run yesterday to reach the 20-home run plateau in a Mets victory on the final day of the season. Hairston was a consistent performer this season as he set a new career-high in games played with 134. He hit extremely well against left-handed pitching so […]

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Sandy Alderson Should Give Us A Kiss

An article by posted on October 3, 2012 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson Should Give Us A Kiss

By the time 1975 rolled around Al Pacino was considered box office gold. He’d already been nominated for Oscars for both of ‘The Godfather’ films as well as ‘Serpico,’ With the release of “Dog Day Afternoon,” Pacino was catapulted into the Hollywood elite. The film was a true story about a bank robbery in Brooklyn […]

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Why Do We Let the Marlins Get to Us?

An article by posted on October 3, 2012 0 Comments
Why Do We Let the Marlins Get to Us?

Jessica gets her wish! She submitted this post before today’s game but it didn’t go up on time. But it all worked out. – Joe D. It seems like a familiar enough scenario: the Mets play the Marlins for the final series of the year. In a must-win series, the Mets lose two out of […]

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MMO Roundtable: What Should Be The Number One Priority This Offseason?

An article by posted on October 2, 2012 0 Comments

In this MMO Roundtable edition, I asked our staff the following: What is the number one priority for the Mets this offseason?   Mitch: While the outfield has some issues, the bullpen is priority number one. The Mets lost a bunch of games because of the bullpen’s inability to get the job done…I’m not sure […]

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I’m Sad This Season is Over

An article by posted on October 2, 2012 0 Comments
I’m Sad This Season is Over

The Mets begin their final series of the season last night against Miami. The good news is that it is mathematically impossible for the Mets to finish in the cellar. The bad news is that they are going to finish the season down in the wins column. I get asked why I still care about […]

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Terry Collins Says Entire Coaching Staff Will Be Back

An article by posted on October 1, 2012 0 Comments

Terry Collins said his entire coaching staff will return for the 2013 season, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. Terry Collins’ entire staff will return for next season, the manager announced before Monday’s series opener against the Marlins. Pitching coach Dan Warthen is the longest-tenured member of the staff, having ascended from Triple-A […]

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Remember When We Were MetsMerized In 2006?

An article by posted on October 1, 2012 0 Comments
Remember When We Were MetsMerized In 2006?

Man, 2006 feels like so long ago now. That season was the most exciting one I have witnessed since the World Series run in 2000. The Mets were a juggernaut. We had swagger, power, pitching, speed. We had a attitude and everyone hated us, especially when Reyes, Delgado, and others would dance on the field. […]

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Rounding The Bases: Mets Attendance Down Again, Keep Thole, DePo on Wheeler

An article by posted on September 29, 2012 0 Comments
Rounding The Bases: Mets Attendance Down Again, Keep Thole, DePo on Wheeler

In this Saturday edition of Rounding The Bases, some great links to several interesting Mets narratives with a quote from R.A. Dickey for good measure. Enjoy. An outfielder and it’s not close. Josh Thole struggled this year but I don’t think the Mets should bail on him quite yet; he’s still only 25, he’s a […]

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