Tag: New York Mets

Should Mets Consider Bringing Back Pedro Feliciano?

An article by posted on October 31, 2012 0 Comments
Should Mets Consider Bringing Back Pedro Feliciano?

Pedro Feliciano spent his entire career in a Mets uniform until the day he left via Free Agency following the 2010 season. At the time our well documented financial situation got in the way, and the Yankees came in and offered the lefty specialist a nice contract to join our crosstown rivals. Well, two years […]

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Mets Should Have A.J. Pierzynski On Their Radar For 2013

An article by posted on October 31, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Should Have A.J. Pierzynski On Their Radar For 2013

Sandy Alderson has made no secret about his intent to upgrade the Mets starting catching position. On Tuesday Ken Davidoff of the New York Post proposed Chicago’s Pierzynski as the Mets next backstop. A.J. had a career year in his age 35 season. The fiery veteran topped his high in home runs with 27 jacks, and […]

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Baseball Is Ninety Percent Mental

An article by posted on October 26, 2012 0 Comments
Baseball Is Ninety Percent Mental

“Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical.” – Yogi Berra Everyone loves a good “Yogism.” The funny thing about that one in particular, is that it makes absolutely no sense, and yet it makes perfect sense at the same time. Yogi’s math didn’t add up, but he was definitely on to […]

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Can’t You Picture This?

An article by posted on October 25, 2012 0 Comments
Can’t You Picture This?

So by now, everyone has heard the news that Mike Pelfrey will not be tendered this off-season. This allows him to freely seek employment with other teams. The day this was announced (Tuesday I believe), I happened to be listening to the Boomer and Carton Radio Show while I was driving in my car. Boomer […]

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There’s Only One Way The Mets Lose With Dickey

An article by posted on October 24, 2012 0 Comments
There’s Only One Way The Mets Lose With Dickey

The Mets find themselves with two critical decisions to make this offseason.  The easier of the two appears to be resigning home grown altar boy, David Wright, to an expensive yet semi-reasonable contract which keeps him at the hot corner for the remainder of his career.  This negotiation, while complicated, is aided by the fact […]

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Analyzing The 2012 Mets Pitching Staff Using The Factor12 Rating

An article by posted on October 22, 2012 0 Comments
Analyzing The 2012 Mets Pitching Staff Using The Factor12 Rating

  For the most part, Mets fans were pleasantly surprised with the production of the Mets pitching staff in 2012. The bullpen kept us on the edge of  our seats the majority of the season, but the starters were one of the bright spots for the Mets. None shone brighter than the ace of the […]

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What Can Be Learned From The Yankees Collapse

An article by posted on October 20, 2012 0 Comments
What Can Be Learned From The Yankees Collapse

Ok, I admit, I did my best Quagmire impersonation the other night, in spite of my better angels trying desperately to keep me in check. Not even Charlie’s Angels could keep me from succumbing to the dark side when I saw the best team money could buy get brutally swept by the best thing to […]

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Valdespin Playing Right Field During Winter Ball, What It Means For The Mets

An article by posted on October 16, 2012 0 Comments
Valdespin Playing Right Field During Winter Ball, What It Means For The Mets

Adam Rubin of ESPN tweeted yesterday that Jordany Valdespin would be playing right field in the Dominican Winter League. This went against what most believed – that Valdespin would be playing second base this winter. I recently did an end of the year review for Valdespin on another Mets website, so this is the perfect […]

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Putting A Price On David Wright’s Future

An article by posted on October 12, 2012 0 Comments
Putting A Price On David Wright’s Future

A year removed from the departure of fan favorite, Jose Reyes, the Mets find themselves with yet another set of complicated personnel decisions.  With the futures of David Wright and RA Dickey on the line this winter, the Mets must weigh all options.  Of the two, the most lengthy and certainly most expensive will be […]

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What If The Rumored Contract Offer For David Wright Is Just A Ruse?

An article by posted on October 11, 2012 0 Comments
What If The Rumored Contract Offer For David Wright Is Just A Ruse?

I don’t know about other Mets fans, but there is a little voice in the back of my head that keeps telling me not to trust all the information being leaked to the media regarding the David Wright contract negotiations. When I first read it, I thought the Mets were finally making things right with […]

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