Tag: post season

TRON: Legacy – How I Came To Admire Carlos Beltran

An article by posted on 01/08/2011 0 Comments
TRON: Legacy – How I Came To Admire Carlos Beltran

How cool is that Tron graphic from Kelly? I asked her if she would make me a cool graphic to go with my post and in a matter of nano seconds she emails me this. All Mets sites feature great posts to read, but to have artwork like Kelly’s mixed in with all of our rants and […]

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Fan Post: Mets Futility In Last 20 Years Compared To Rest Of The NL

An article by posted on 12/02/2011 0 Comments

The following research and data was submitted by one of our readers, T Agee for posting on MMO. It represents the last 20 Years of Mets payroll and results in four categories as compared to the rest of the league. In addition to total payroll, the other four categories are: 1. Sub .500 record in […]

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This Bud’s For You: Selig’s At It Again

An article by posted on 01/11/2010 0 Comments

It looks like he’s at it again. According to Associated Press, Commissioner Bud Selig is seriously considering adding another round of playoffs to the post-season, possibly as soon as 2011. Can someone please stop this man???? Under his proposal there would be not one but two wildcards from each league. The teams with the 2 […]

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Mets Must Play Better In September

An article by posted on 27/09/2010 0 Comments

Going back to the 2007 season, the Philadelphia Phillies have always been able to really get it together and turn it on as a team in the month of September. Yes, the Mets choked both in ’07 and ’08, but if not for late surges in September by the Phillies, they could have made the post […]

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Mets Trade Francoeur To The Texas Rangers

An article by posted on 31/08/2010 82 Comments

It’s Official, the Mets have traded rightfielder Jeff Francoeur to the Texas Rangers for infielder Joaquin Arias. Arias turns 26 in three weeks and has a career .286 batting average in 242 plate appearances. He plays second base so we may see him log some extended playing time. Good luck Frenchy. We wish you well, and have […]

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Is Trading Jon Niese For Cliff Lee A Good Move?

An article by posted on 16/06/2010 0 Comments

According to this recent post on MetsBlog.com, Matt Cerrone hears that the Mets and Mariners have been talking about a trade for Cliff Lee who is a free agent at the end of this season. Jon Niese seems to be the one player that the Mariners insist on in any potential deal for their ace involving […]

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Players Doing Their Part, Time For Fans And Management To Do Theirs

An article by posted on 15/06/2010 0 Comments

Today is June 15th and the NY Mets are currently 1 1/2 games out of first place in the division.  Pre-season analysts regarded the 2010 Mets as a cellar team, questioning Omar Minaya’s lack of motivation during free agency and through the countless “On Paper” comparisons of this 2010 Mets team with the 2008 World […]

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The Mets Must Stay The Course Until Beltran Returns

An article by posted on 13/05/2010 0 Comments

The 18-16 Mets currently find themselves in third place, two and a half games behind the first place Philadelphia Phillies. Back in March, while the Mets were getting ready to close out Port St. Lucie and head north for Opening Day, I felt that the Mets stood a good chance of going to the post season […]

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Homeruns vs. Runs Scored – A Decade Worth Of Evidence

An article by posted on 28/01/2010 0 Comments

I started writing this post about a week after the start of free agency. It ended up on the back burner as the Mets off season took on a life and a news cycle of its own. This morning, I came across an excellent blog post by Mike Silva of NYBD on this very subject which inspired me […]

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Carlos Beltran Aftermath: Looking Ahead

An article by posted on 17/01/2010 0 Comments

Like the rest of you, I found the news of Carlos Beltran’s surgery earlier this week disturbing. I found the Mets reaction to be disgusting. So being both disturb and disgusted, I took a step back and tried to find something positive we could focus on. First, pitchers and catcher aren’t due to report to […]

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