Tag: Omar Minaya

Another Winter Meetings Wish List

An article by posted on December 8, 2009 0 Comments

Yesterday the winter meetings officially began in Indianapolis and as usual some trades were apparently made and then it turned out that there was no trade. In some cases the two teams involved in the trade had not even spoken to each other.  This is the joys of covering the winter meetings.  In the case […]

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Are The Mets Trying To Sign Every Catcher In Baseball?

An article by posted on December 7, 2009 0 Comments

First it was Chris Coste.  Then it was Henry Blanco.  Earlier today, Joe D posted that the Mets might go after Rod Barajas if they can’t get Bengie Molina.  SI.com’s Jon Heyman is now saying that the Mets are considering offering Molina a one-year deal worth $6 million, plus an option for a second year.  […]

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Winter Meetings: Where We Were, Where We’re Going?

An article by posted on December 7, 2009 0 Comments

The 2009 MLB Winter Meetings are now underway in Indianapolis, and will provide fans with either much joy or just as much angst. Last year’s Winter Meetings certainly fit that bill. In 2008, we suffered through another miserable bullpen, and it seemed like money would be no object to revamp it in the off season. GM Omar […]

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It’s Beginning To Look Alot Like Mets-Mess

An article by posted on December 4, 2009 0 Comments

During the infancy of the 2009 free agency campaign, Mets General Omar Minaya has fired off salvo’s to the rest of the National League East about as damaging as a mouse passing wind. The hysteria you are hearing is coming from the rival GM’s in Philly, Miami, Atlanta, and be careful, Washington too. Minaya has […]

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I’ve Still Got a Bad Feeling About This Offseason

An article by posted on December 3, 2009 0 Comments

I wrote on this site a month or two ago that I had a bad feeling that Omar Minaya would not come away with any prize free agents or make any significant trades to improve the Mets heading into 2010.  I am closer to realizing that after reading this article on Mets.com about Minaya moving […]

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Omar Minaya’s Trade History

An article by posted on December 2, 2009 0 Comments

Here is complete list of all trades made by Omar Minaya since he became GM of the Mets after the 2004 season. This does not include any free agent signings. 2009 08/25/09 Traded Billy Wagner to the Red Sox for for Chris Carter and Eddie Lora 08/08/09 Traded cash or PTBN to the Cubs for Jason […]

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We Want Action, Not Words

An article by posted on November 20, 2009 0 Comments

As we all know by now, Wallace Matthews wrote yet another column bashing the Mets. And we, as fans, have every right to be angry. We have every right to boycott Matthews and use our Newsday for our fireplaces. But did we even take the time to consider that maybe, just maybe, Wallace Matthews might […]

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Free Agent Season Has Begun; Shop Early, Shop Often

An article by posted on November 20, 2009 0 Comments

Attention, GM shoppers!  The Free Agent Warehouse is officially open for business.  Throughout our store, you will find everything to help fix your team.  From starting pitchers to power hitters.  From bullpen help to role players.  Everything is here to satisfy your needs.  Please be aware that there are no rain checks in case we […]

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At Midnight Omar Turns Into A Pumpkin

An article by posted on November 19, 2009 0 Comments

Tonight when the clock strikes twelve, general managers everywhere will begin negotiating with free agents of their liking. The exclusive window for teams to negotiate with their own free agents expires at midnight tonight, beginning what will be another busy and very active hot stove season full. I have read several reports that although Omar Minaya still holds […]

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The Regression Of Omar Minaya

An article by posted on November 17, 2009 0 Comments

In all of sports, players regress and at least to me it seems that baseball players regress more than athletes of any other sport.  Baseball players regress for any number of reasons: age, injury, failure to adjust to change in the game, etc…  What you don’t normally see is regression of executives.  I feel that since […]

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