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Featured Post: Eight Possible Lefty Reliever Options For Mets

An article by posted on March 16, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Eight Possible Lefty Reliever Options For Mets

Sandy Alderson said he was comfortable with the in-house options the Mets had for lefties out of the bullpen, I think he has probably changed his mind after the last couple of days. The last three days have been brutal for Mets lefties, Edgin has a “thinned” elbow ligament and will have Tommy John surgery. […]

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Sandy Alderson’s Remarkable Autonomy Window

An article by posted on March 15, 2015 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson’s Remarkable Autonomy Window

My coming of age as a Mets fan evolved, as it were … When I was young I had no idea why the Mets might be good or bad or mediocre. As I got older, unlike my Dad who was preoccupied strictly with events on the field, I began to be aware of problems with […]

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The Cesar Puello Dilemma

An article by posted on March 14, 2015 0 Comments
The Cesar Puello Dilemma

Left-handed pitching out of the bullpen, the Wilmer Flores bid to man the shortstop position, the return of Matt Harvey and when will there be room to accommodate Noah Syndergaard and Steven Matz; these are the story lines out of Port St. Lucie this spring. I’d like to add the Cesar Puello dilemma to that […]

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MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:10 PM (Duda Batting Cleanup!)

An article by posted on March 14, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:10 PM (Duda Batting Cleanup!)

The New York Mets will host the Washington Nationals at Tradition Field in a 1:10 PM Saturday matinee. The game will be televised on WPIX. Right-hander Tyler Pill is starting for the Mets in place of Zack Wheeler who was scratched with a tender elbow. He will be opposed by right-hander Tanner Roark for the […]

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Featured Post: Where the Mets Will Miss Edgin Most

An article by posted on March 14, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Where the Mets Will Miss Edgin Most

We learned earlier today that Josh Edgin‘s injury is pretty serious. As Edgin decides whether he will undergo season-ending surgery, Mets fans are left wondering why the front office failed to add a left-handed arm to the bullpen to complement, and now, insure, the lead southpaw, Edgin. What the Mets lose in Edgin is more […]

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Mets Reach Settlement With Castergine On Discrimination Lawsuit

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Reach Settlement With Castergine On Discrimination Lawsuit

I know some of you won’t like this, but the Mets have reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed against them by former VP of ticket sales Leigh Castergine. The team announced the settlement in a press release, and offered a joint statement from both the Mets and Castergine. “The parties have decided to resolve […]

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Collins and Alderson Disappointed In Lefthanded Bullpen Situation

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Collins and Alderson Disappointed In Lefthanded Bullpen Situation

A frustrated Terry Collins said after Thursday’s game that the Mets could enter the season without a left-hander in the bullpen according to reporters and just go with seven right-handers. “Yeah, I’m disappointed. Here’s a chance. You come to the major league spring training and all you want is a chance. Now, with our guy […]

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Who’s The “Not Me” This Time?

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Who’s The “Not Me” This Time?

Many years ago I worked in an office that had a large staff. When the office manager found that something had been screwed up he would call everyone in and rant, “Who’s the ‘NOT ME’ responsible for this?” I always found that funny – maybe because invariably the culprit was NOT ME. But it brought […]

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Matz Says He’s Up For Relief Role, But Sandy Says It’s Highly Improbable

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Matz Says He’s Up For Relief Role, But Sandy Says It’s Highly Improbable

After Mets pitching prospect Steven Matz finished his outing against the Nationals on Thursday, general manager Sandy Alderson called it “extraordinarily unlikely” and “highly improbable” that Matz will make the Opening Day roster as a left-handed reliever. (Anthony DiComo) “As Alderson has noted in the past, the Mets want Matz to receive more seasoning in […]

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Alderson Has No Complaints About Payroll Levels

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Alderson Has No Complaints About Payroll Levels

Today Sandy Alderson clarified comments he made in his upcoming biography “Baseball Maverick” (Anthony DiComo). Alderson minimized the impact of the Mets financial woes saying that it has never been a problem for him during his tenure as Mets General Manager. “Some people want to interpret the last four years strictly in terms of what […]

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