There are two general managers in today’s game that pioneered the incorporation of the moneyball concept into the Major Leagues. One of them was a former marine who was the first to adopt into the then little known Bill Jame’s philosophy of advanced statistics, while the other was a one-time elite outfield prospect whose hobbies include breaking bats, throwing chairs and analyzing sabermetrics in his spare time. Neither of them cares about what you think. […]
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 “The Tank” Pratt went boom to lead the Mets past the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 1999 NLDS. I remember waking […]
As much as we all hoped the Mets would contend this season, we all had to know in the back of our minds that it was a long shot. They took us on a fun ride through the first half, but showed what they really were around the all-star break. Now it’s time to turn our attention to the September call-ups and the playoff chases down the stretch. In September the pennant races begin to […]
With the Mets having dropped 2 of 3 already in their 6-game home stand against AL West foes, the Angels, and with the A’s coming to town tomorrow night, its time for the Mets to step up and just win. The Amazins, haven’t been so amazing this year as the record stands at a sub-par 35-37, while the team has played under .500 ball all season long at home compiling just a 16-19 record at […]
I grew up in an era when interleague play was a pipe dream, or a gleam in Bud Selig’s eye. But I always loved watching the World Series when a National League team would face off against an American League squad, and I also remember going to the Mayor’s Trophy Game, an exhibition between the Mets and Yankees each year that didn’t amount to much because both teams let their scrubs play. So I was […]
- Jeru: on Alderson Reiterates That Tejada May Start At Shortstop Next Season: LMAO so anyone who is good, we should...
- Swede: on MMO Fan Shot: Could Kemp Be The Finishing Touch To Powerful Mets Lineup?: Ive been hoping for Kemp since day...
- Jeru: on Alderson Reiterates That Tejada May Start At Shortstop Next Season: http://espn.go.com/blog/new-york/mets/post/_/id/80003/tejada-duda-to-return-to-fitness-camp?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter well guess who is sent to fitness...
- Jeru: on Alderson Reiterates That Tejada May Start At Shortstop Next Season: too weak? he was hitting .322 as late...
- Jeru: on MMO Fan Shot: Could Kemp Be The Finishing Touch To Powerful Mets Lineup?: We had a LF, a gold glove...
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