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Mets Have Signed 15 Of Their Draft Selections

An article by posted on June 17, 2012 0 Comments

In addition to Louisiana high school shortstop Gavin Cecchini (12th overall pick) and Purdue catcher Kevin Plawecki (35th overall), the Mets have confirmed the signings of 13 other selections from last week’s draft according to ESPN.. Rd. 3 (107), Matt Koch, RHP, Louisville Rd. 4 (140), Branden Kaupe, SS, Baldwin (Hawaii) HS Rd. 5 (170), Brandon Welch, RHP, Palm Beach State Rd. […]

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Bay To DL With Likely Concussion, Mets Fans Still Behaving Badly

An article by posted on June 16, 2012 0 Comments
Bay To DL With Likely Concussion, Mets Fans Still Behaving Badly

Last night, Jason Bay was forced to leave the game against the Cincinnati Reds after hitting his head against the left-field wall on Jay Bruce’s second-inning inside-the-park home run. The Mets are saying that Bay likely suffered another concussion and expect to place him on the disabled list before today’s game. Infielder Justin Turner is […]

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Mets Farm Report: Den Dekker Blasts First AAA Home Run, Sandoval Delivers In B-Mets Win

An article by posted on June 16, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Farm Report: Den Dekker Blasts First AAA Home Run, Sandoval Delivers In B-Mets Win

 Pawtucket 8, Buffalo 3 By Dave [Retire 31] The Buffalo Bisons gave up four home runs, and then attempted a late inning rally, but to no avail as they lost 8-3 to Pawtucket. Dylan Owen with the start Friday night for Buffalo, got tagged really early giving up a solo homer on the second pitch […]

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It’s Nice To Have Fans As Announcers

An article by posted on June 16, 2012 0 Comments
It’s Nice To Have Fans As Announcers

Yesterday, WFAN’s Mike Francesa discussed how Mets broadcasters Howie Rose and Gary Cohen were “out of line” during this past weekend’s Subway Series. Francesa said that it’s great that the Mets have fans as announcers, but that they sometimes take it too far in rooting for their team, especially against the Yankees. Frankly, I love […]

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NL East Report: Braves and Marlins Reeling, Nationals On A Six Game Roll

An article by posted on June 15, 2012 0 Comments
NL East Report: Braves and Marlins Reeling, Nationals On A Six Game Roll

The NL East Report is published every Friday and takes a look at the other teams in the division. The reports covers the latest news and notes, injuries and transactions, divisional records versus the Mets, andupdated NL East Standings. News And Notes Atlanta Braves: The Braves have lost four straight at home, and have fallen […]

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Official Brooklyn Cyclones Roster

An article by posted on June 15, 2012 0 Comments
Official Brooklyn Cyclones Roster

OFFICIAL 2012 BROOKLYN CYCLONES ROSTER The Brooklyn Cyclones open their 2012 schedule on Monday, June 18th against the Staten Island Yankees at MCU Park. The squad that will take the field on Opening Day will be one of the youngest in franchise history with an average age of just over 21 years old thanks to […]

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A Date Which Will Live In (Mets) Infamy: June 15, 1977

An article by posted on June 15, 2012 0 Comments
A Date Which Will Live In (Mets) Infamy: June 15, 1977

There are certain dates in our nation’s history when Americans remember exactly where they were and what they were doing. One day that stands out for Mets fans is June 15, 1977. That is a day in our history which will live in infamy. Tom Seaver, the face of the franchise, the heart and soul […]

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View From My Window: Reds Roll Into Town

An article by posted on June 15, 2012 0 Comments

What could have turned into a disaster of a road trip, ended up being a memorable one. Everybody seems to be on cloud 9 after the sweep in Tampa Bay. Just as the Mets have had to forget about their poor outings and focus on the next game, they must forget about the sweep and […]

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RA Dickey – From Journeyman to “The Man”

An article by posted on June 14, 2012 0 Comments
RA Dickey – From Journeyman to “The Man”

Professional sports, especially baseball, have a way of sensationalizing the efforts of millionaires.  These folks are after all only human, but even still there are times when things just seem too good to be true.  Take for instance the career path of RA Dickey.  I would call his time with the Mets a resurgence,  but […]

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The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

An article by posted on June 13, 2012 0 Comments
The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

As someone who takes great pride in running a Mets fansite, I must admit that occasionally I am repulsed by the behavior of some of those who call themselves Mets fans. Among our incredible fanbase, lurk many who occupy the lowest depths of depravity and are a pariah among us. You may have wondered what […]

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