Tag: MVP

We Don’t See Pitchers Winning 25 Games Very Often…

An article by posted on September 20, 2011 0 Comments

I want to push all the Mets stuff aside for at least one small post, to mention something going on in the world of Major League Baseball that i think we should look at (and NO it doesn’t involve “hat-gate”). We’ve seen Sandy Koufax win 25 games and go onto win the MVP and Cy […]

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TRON: Legacy – How I Came To Admire Carlos Beltran

An article by posted on August 1, 2011 0 Comments
TRON: Legacy – How I Came To Admire Carlos Beltran

How cool is that Tron graphic from Kelly? I asked her if she would make me a cool graphic to go with my post and in a matter of nano seconds she emails me this. All Mets sites feature great posts to read, but to have artwork like Kelly’s mixed in with all of our rants and […]

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Former Met, NL MVP Mitchell Facing Possible Jail Time

An article by posted on September 17, 2010 0 Comments

Ex-Met and Game 6 hero Kevin Mitchell is in trouble with the law once again. And this time he may be spending up to 4 years in jail. On Thursday, a judge in Chula Vista, CA ordered the 48 year old Mitchell to stand trial from an incident at the Bonita Golf Course. In July, […]

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David Wright MVP… Maybe?

An article by posted on July 19, 2010 0 Comments

I am single handedly prepared to be bashed worse then a horrible 90′s actor at a roast with Jeffery Ross. Regardless of his skyrocketing K totals, his declining walk rate and his inability to hit in the clutch sometimes, statistically David Wright has a good chance to win the MVP – especially if the Mets […]

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Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Celebrating?

An article by posted on May 30, 2010 0 Comments

On Saturday, after the the young first base Kendry Morales hit a game-ending grand slam in the 10th inning of the Angels’ 5-1 victory against Seattle, Morales had to be carted away from home plate and sent to the hospital. Morales broke his left leg after landing awkwardly at home plate. Followed by his team pummeling […]

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Jerry Manuel Not Nearly This Bad

An article by posted on May 24, 2010 0 Comments

We’ve all seen plenty of head-scratchers from Jerry Manuel this season, and many of his major strategical blunders have been chronicled and well documented on this site, but here’s something that might make you feel more appreciative of the Mets man in the hot seat. The Cardinals have been struggling to score runs this season and […]

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Mets Sweep Three From Dodgers In 24 Hours!

An article by posted on April 29, 2010 0 Comments

On what should have been a 3 day series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, due to a rainout Monday, the Mets achieved one of the most unlikely feats – winning three games in 24 hours. It all begun Monday, when due to a steady rain the Mets/Dodgers game was postponed and moved to a very […]

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New Graphics: We Don’t Go Anywhere Without These Guys

An article by posted on March 26, 2010 0 Comments
New Graphics: We Don’t Go Anywhere Without These Guys

I think that we can all agree that the key to the Mets success this season is our starting pitchers; Oliver Perez, John Maine and Mike Pelfrey. And while I do recognize the importance of those three, the bottom line is that we don’t go anywhere unless our core players deliver. Johan Santana must dazzle us with a Cy […]

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Fernando Martinez Named MVP Of Caribbean Series

An article by posted on February 8, 2010 0 Comments

ESPN’s Enrique Rojas reported via Twitter that Mets prospect Fernando Martinez was named the MVP of the Caribbean Series last night. Martinez went 2-4 with a walk and an RBI to lead the Dominican Republic to a 7-4 victory over Venezuela. Overall, Martinez had a great series, batting .348 (8-for-23) with a double and two home runs. It looks like […]

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McGwire, McGriff, Delgado: Who Gets Into The Hall First?

An article by posted on January 13, 2010 0 Comments

With all the recent talk about Mark McGwire, I’ve decided to think about first basemen and the Hall of Fame.  The last MLB first baseman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame was Eddie Murray in 2003.  Therefore, when the Class of 2010 was announced last week and only Andre Dawson was voted in, […]

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