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I’m A Mets Fan, And I Will Always Believe

An article by posted on February 21, 2013 0 Comments
I’m A Mets Fan, And I Will Always Believe

My grandfather raised me to be a Mets fan. Actually, “raised” is too tame of a word. My grandfather brainwashed me to become a Mets fan from the time I was a baby. If you go through old pictures of me, you are bound to find a few of toddler-Adam wearing a cute little Mets […]

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Mets Have The Competitors To Pull Off A Miracle

An article by posted on February 21, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Have The Competitors To Pull Off A Miracle

On Monday, Zack Wheeler told reports that he intends to make the decision hard on the Mets to send him down rather than have him break camp with the team, and that he won’t go down without a fight. This is just a microcosm for the 2013 New York Mets roster, now chock full of […]

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If Cubs Eat Most Of Soriano’s Salary, Are The Mets A Fit?

An article by posted on February 20, 2013 0 Comments
If Cubs Eat Most Of Soriano’s Salary, Are The Mets A Fit?

According to a report, the Cubs are willing to eat $26 million of the remaining $36 million owed left fielder Alfonso Soriano over the next two seasons, the last of the eight-year, $136 million deal he signed before the 2007 season. The contract includes a full no-trade clause, which Soriano invoked last season when he […]

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Prospect Pulse: Stock Is Rising For RHP Rafael Montero

An article by posted on February 20, 2013 0 Comments
Prospect Pulse: Stock Is Rising For RHP Rafael Montero

RAFAEL MONTERO, RHP Bats: R  Throws: R Height: 6′   Weight: 170 lb. Position: Pitcher Age: 22 ETA: 2015 2013 MMO Top Prospect Ranking: #9 Background: Here is a brief player profile from the recent 2013 MMO Top 25 Prospect series: If you go by the numbers, Sterling Award winner Rafael Montero is a guy that you […]

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My Mets Evolution, 40 Years And Still Believin’

An article by posted on February 20, 2013 0 Comments
My Mets Evolution, 40 Years And Still Believin’

On Saturday, February 23rd the Mets open up their spring training schedule with a game against the Washington Nationals. The game is schedule to be broadcast on SNY at 12:00 PM, and I plan on being in front of my TV and watching it… Baseball is back, and what could be better? For me, the […]

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Mets 2013 Promotional Schedule

An article by posted on February 19, 2013 0 Comments
Mets 2013 Promotional Schedule

The New York Mets today announced the promotional schedule for the 2013 season at Citi Field. The Mets will give away nearly 400,000 items to fans of all ages highlighted by the All-Star Bobblehead Series featuring Ron Darling (April 21), John Franco (May 25) David Wright (June 30), Dwight Gooden (July 21) and Tom Seaver […]

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Wheeler Will Not Go Down Without A Fight

An article by posted on February 18, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler Will Not Go Down Without A Fight

Most of you may have been listening when Terry Collins appeared on the YES Network with Mike Francesa last week, and laid down the gauntlet for top Mets pitching prospect Zack Wheeler when he was asked about his chances to make the Mets starting rotation out of camp. “As we sit here today, no,” Collins […]

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This Is How The Mets Can Win 85-90 Games in 2013

An article by posted on February 18, 2013 0 Comments
This Is How The Mets Can Win 85-90 Games in 2013

Almost everyone is going to pick the Mets to finish fourth in the division. That’s a given. They are looking up and down at team rosters, and giving their projections based on the players on those rosters. A roster is simply a list of names. It can’t tell you if a player is going to […]

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The Unfinished Tale Of Collin McHugh – Part 2

An article by posted on February 17, 2013 0 Comments
The Unfinished Tale Of Collin McHugh – Part 2

In Part One of my story, we left off with a discouraged Collin McHugh coming off a mediocre junior year at Berry College in Georgia. McHugh found himself at home watching the 2008 MLB Draft, more out of habit than because of any expectation that he would be selected.  But then the phone rang… It […]

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The Unfinished Tale of Collin McHugh – Part 1

An article by posted on February 16, 2013 0 Comments
The Unfinished Tale of Collin McHugh – Part 1

By Elliot Chester I. Collin McHugh’s third pitch as a major league baseball player was not a bad one, a four-seam 91-mile-per-hour fastball that tailed away from Charlie Blackmon, a slap-hitting nobody who had just two hits all season entering the late August game. But Blackmon, recently installed as the Colorado Rockies’ starting right fielder […]

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