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Why I Love The Mets: Honorable Mention #1

An article by posted on December 20, 2013 0 Comments
Why I Love The Mets: Honorable Mention #1

This Kindle Fire giveaway has been so exciting and also a big revelation to me. I never expected such a heartfelt outpouring of Amazin’ entries. Every single entry was a true telling of why that person loved the Mets. We heard from 109 different Mets fans, male and female, young and old, east coast and […]

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Vaccaro On The State Of Sports In New York… Bang! Zoom!

An article by posted on December 20, 2013 0 Comments
Vaccaro On The State Of Sports In New York… Bang! Zoom!

Mike Vaccaro of the New York Post penned a scathing article on the awful state of sports in New York. It wasn’t a rant, but an honest appraisal of the high cost of watching teams that are basically… unwatchable. This is the bottom line: It has never been this depressing to be a New York […]

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Remembering David Wright’s Debut As He Turns 31 Today

An article by posted on December 20, 2013 0 Comments
Remembering David Wright’s Debut As He Turns 31 Today

In this photo by Julie Jacobson, a starstruck David Wright takes in the grandeur of an empty Shea Stadium before taking his first batting practice, after the New York Mets called up their top prospect on July 21, 2004. Two hours later, the 21-year old Wright would see his lifelong dream fulfilled when he would make his Major League […]

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Who The F___ Is Joe Benigno?

An article by posted on December 18, 2013 0 Comments
Who The F___ Is Joe Benigno?

Radio host Joe Benigno of WFAN launched a tirade against injured Mets All Star Matt Harvey after the 24-year old righthander was spotted at a Knicks game earlier this week. On Tuesday afternoon, Benigno went after the Mets’ injured ace. “Harvey’s like this major celebrity. The guy has basically done nothing…He’s barely pitched a year, […]

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Al Leiter: The Mets Aren’t A Playoff Team

An article by posted on December 17, 2013 0 Comments
Al Leiter: The Mets Aren’t A Playoff Team

On MLB Network’s MLB Tonight, Al Leiter and Ron Darling were discussing the free agents still available on the market, and which teams still had some glaring holes to fill. Included in the conversation was, of course, the New York Mets. The Mets came up in two conversations—first in the discussion regarding the Pittsburgh Pirates, […]

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Alderson Is The Best GM In Baseball?

An article by posted on December 16, 2013 0 Comments
Alderson Is The Best GM In Baseball?

Will Leitch of The New Yorker, tabbed Sandy Alderson as the best GM in baseball and here’s his reasoning: Almost every move Alderson has made since taking over in 2010 has been golden. The Mets’ farm system, decaying when he took over, is now near the top of the majors, headed by pitchers Noah Syndergaard […]

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Josh Satin Has Begun Learning To Play The Outfield

An article by posted on December 16, 2013 0 Comments
Josh Satin Has Begun Learning To Play The Outfield

Josh Satin has begun shagging flies and learning to play the outfield according to Mike Puma of the New York Post. This was planned for Satin back in September as he looks to become more versatile as a player and possibly take on a super utility role with the Mets. “Realistically, I know the only […]

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2013 New York Mets: The Uniforms

An article by posted on December 16, 2013 1 Comment
2013 New York Mets: The Uniforms

So while I was sitting at wor… um somewhere, it dawned on me that we are now past the halfway point of the offseason. I was thinking about something interesting to write about.  Seems as though the rest of the staff here at MMO has all the Mets news and rumors covered, so I decided […]

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Mets Were Among The Winners At The Winter Meetings

An article by posted on December 14, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Were Among The Winners At The Winter Meetings

John Harper of the Daily News picks his winners and losers of the just concluded Baseball Winter Meetings. Among the losers he tabs the Baltimore Orioles and Atlanta Braves for losing key players, and the Toronto Blue Jays for doing essentially nothing. As for the winners he goes with the Washington Nationals, Seattle Mariners, and oh […]

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Robinson Cano: With All Due “Respect”

An article by posted on December 14, 2013 0 Comments
Robinson Cano: With All Due “Respect”

Robinson Cano and Jay Z’’s orchestrated dinner with the New York Mets was clearly transparent, made even more so after his introductory press conference in Seattle. It was only an indicator of things to come from this childish man. Bottom Line: Cano wanted to stay in New York, but at his price, and in the […]

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