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Five Reasons Why Mets Will Not Sign Stephen Drew

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Five Reasons Why Mets Will Not Sign Stephen Drew

The Mets are not in play for Stephen Drew as a report on MetsBlog suggests. It sounds like another source who has no idea of the current landscape surrounding Drew and the Mets. 1. Lets remember that Scott Boras nixed a meeting with the Mets in Orlando to discuss Drew. Instead he scurried to the […]

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TV Money, MLB and Spending: The MMO Response

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TV Money, MLB and Spending: The MMO Response

Wesley, reader of MetsBlog: Can you explain on the blog why the Mets aren’t spending the $27 million they’re getting from MLB? If the payroll is the same as last year, where is that money? You should write about payroll more. Matt Cerrone, Lead Writer of Mets Blog: It’s a fair question, Wes. I don’t […]

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Featured Post: Wilpon’s Brick and Mortar Failure

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Featured Post: Wilpon’s Brick and Mortar Failure

Ever since the Mets were purchased outright by Fred Wilpon in 2000 they have been treated less like a baseball team and more like an apartment complex. Real estate moguls like the Wilpons make their money by speculating, purchasing, (occasionally tossing out your token poor and elderly), rehabbing and selling (or renting) properties for big […]

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This Week In Mets Madness: Arencibia To The Mets’ Rescue?

An article by posted on December 2, 2013 0 Comments
This Week In Mets Madness: Arencibia To The Mets’ Rescue?

J.P. To The Mets’ Rescue? Here we go again… It’s a new week in the Mets Hot Stove, and with it comes a new flurry of the same old nonsense to keep your hearts aglow with this myth of a coming magical offseason that will usher in a run of sustainable championship caliber Mets baseball […]

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Enter Sandman: The Mets’ Three Year Journey to Irrelevance

An article by posted on December 2, 2013 0 Comments
Enter Sandman: The Mets’ Three Year Journey to Irrelevance

The GM Meetings in Orlando, home of Disneyworld, came and went and while none of us honestly expected the Mets to make a lot of noise, let’s take a trip to FantasyLand for a moment. Imagine if the Mets DID grab headlines. Visualize Sandy wheeling and dealing and returning to New York with Jose Reyes. […]

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Update: Mets Never Had Plans To Meet With Arroyo In Tampa

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Update: Mets Never Had Plans To Meet With Arroyo In Tampa

Adam Rubin now reports that the Mets are not super high on Arroyo, and a meeting may never take place, according to a team official. On Saturday, a source with direct knowledge of the situation told MMO that Arroyo would be willing to meet with the Mets, but that “no such date or plans for a […]

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Jordany Valdespin’s Trade Value

An article by posted on December 1, 2013 0 Comments
Jordany Valdespin’s Trade Value

We are a few weeks away from the winter meetings and while the talk around the Mets have revolved around who we should be acquiring, it is equally important to make quick and effective decisions on the players that will better serve us with another team’s uniform. The player at the top of this list […]

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An Inconvenient Truth: The Definition Of Insanity

An article by posted on December 1, 2013 0 Comments
An Inconvenient Truth: The Definition Of Insanity

I stumbled across a great piece on the Wall Street Journal Online that did a nice job of tackling the sad state of affairs of the New York Sports scene. Their solid team of beat writers all contributed their assessments of the Giants, Jets, Rangers, Islanders, Devils, Nets, Knicks, Yankees and of course the Mets. […]

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When Did Dumpster Diving Become Inspired Genius?

An article by posted on December 1, 2013 0 Comments
When Did Dumpster Diving Become Inspired Genius?

I had an interesting conversation with a someone whose profile tabbed him as a baseball expert. The guy was also a die-hard Met fan. I found him to be representative of most of the Met fans I know from Mets Twitter. I thought I’d kill some time late last night and chatted with many of […]

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Mets Have Not Contacted Former Brewer Corey Hart

An article by posted on December 1, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Have Not Contacted Former Brewer Corey Hart

A source told MMO on Saturday that the New York Mets have not contacted free agent Cory Hart or made any offer to the former Brewers first baseman. “There’s been a few teams, but the Mets are not one of them.” Last week, Hart said that while there’s been plenty of interest in him from teams […]

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