Tag: New York Mets

Will The Mets Sign Free Agent Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo This Winter?

An article by posted on October 20, 2013 0 Comments
Will The Mets Sign Free Agent Outfielder Shin-Soo Choo This Winter?

NYBenzGirl asks… Is there any chance that the Mets will target and sign Shin-Soo Choo this offseason? Joe D. replies… That’s actually a two part question. I have no doubt that the Mets will target a player like Choo, if only to drum up fan interest and create a little buzz this offseason. So yes […]

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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The Todd Pratt Goes Boom Edition!

An article by posted on October 9, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The Todd Pratt Goes Boom Edition!

A lot of things can happen in 14 years. Children are born, people die, presidents are elected, and fads come and go. (Remember the Macarena?) But I can’t believe it was 14 years ago today that one of the most overlooked moments in Mets history took place. Yes, today is the 14th anniversary of when  Todd […]

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Quantum Physics, Mets Fans, And Winning

An article by posted on October 5, 2013 0 Comments
Quantum Physics, Mets Fans, And Winning

Quantum physics states that everything is made up of energy—simply stated, all physical reality is energy which is in constant motion. The chair you are sitting on and the cup you are drinking out of can be broken down to it’s simplest form—energy. Our thoughts are no different. They also give off energy. Scientists are […]

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Everybody Loves Sandy… Especially the Rest of the National League

An article by posted on September 24, 2013 0 Comments
Everybody Loves Sandy… Especially the Rest of the National League

It was the most important game of the year. If the Mets wanted to make the post-season they needed to win. There was no tomorrow. I prepared myself: A Coke, a handful of pretzels, a fresh pack of cigarettes, my Mets cap, my lucky Mets shirt. And before I even got comfortable, it was over. A lead-off […]

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Harvey Will Avoid Surgery, Elects To Rehab Elbow

An article by posted on September 17, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Will Avoid Surgery, Elects To Rehab Elbow

Update 2:20 PM According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Matt Harvey has opted to rehabilitate the torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow and avoid surgery for now. “The diagnosis apparently was positive enough whereby Harvey is expected to try rehab for now, then begin a throwing program in one-to-two months,” Heyman said. Harvey still […]

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Mets Victimized By Long Ball Again In 6-3 Loss To Nationals

An article by posted on September 11, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Victimized By Long Ball Again In 6-3 Loss To Nationals

With the Tragic Number at 2, the “Playoff Push” is in serious jeopardy… The Mets (64-79) lost to the Nationals (75-69) Tuesday night by a score of 6-3. Dillon Gee got the start for New York and quickly put himself in a hole, giving up a run in each of the first three innings, including a […]

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Remembering Mike Piazza And The Return Of Our National Pastime

An article by posted on September 11, 2013 0 Comments
Remembering Mike Piazza And The Return Of Our National Pastime

The Mets. The Braves. Late September. This is what a pennant race is all about. It was the 148th game that season and the defending NL Champion Mets were surging. We’d cut the lead from 13 ½ to just 5 ½ and now the first place Braves were coming to town. At least, that’s what […]

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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: Add Me To List Of The Walking Wounded Edition

An article by posted on September 7, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: Add Me To List Of The Walking Wounded Edition

In major league baseball, injuries are a common, almost expected part of the game. If you are an everyday player, you generally play between 135 and 150 games a season. If you are a starting pitcher you may appear in as many as 30-35 games. A reliever can pitch theoretically at around 100 games max. […]

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Collins No Longer The Right Man For The Job

An article by posted on September 5, 2013 0 Comments
Collins No Longer The Right Man For The Job

There’s an old adage: There is always a right man for the job. Three years ago when the Mets were poised to begin a long rebuild, Terry Collins was that man. By nature he appears patient and supportive. Exactly the type of guy you might want at the helm if you were going to fill […]

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No Stars To Align

An article by posted on August 31, 2013 0 Comments
No Stars To Align

Call me crazy, but at some point a long disappointing season can wear even a die hard fan down. As many of you know, I’m an out of market fan. As such, whenever the Mets visit the district my wife and I make sure to attend at least one game each series. This series will […]

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