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Phillies’ New TV Deal Is “Massive”

An article by posted on January 3, 2014 0 Comments
Phillies’ New TV Deal Is “Massive”

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. David Murphy of the Philadelphia Daily News reports that the Phillies have agreed to a new local TV contract with Comcast SportsNet, A spokesman for Comcast confirmed the deal, but did not reveal the terms. “We’re pleased to confirm that NBCUniversal and Comcast SportsNet have signed a new long-term […]

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Stick

An article by posted on December 26, 2013 0 Comments
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly Stick

There are a lot memories, a lot of history, being left at Candlestick Park. Willie Mays recorded his 3,000th hit at The Stick; Bill Walsh won his first NFL game and O.J. Simpson played his final game at Candlestick; a massive earthquake rocked the Bay Area and the 1989 World Series; um, Jerry Rice (enough said); 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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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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We Want Your Mets Themed Holiday Songs!

An article by posted on December 14, 2013 0 Comments
We Want Your Mets Themed Holiday Songs!

The first submission of a Mets themed holiday sports song has arrived.  It would make New York Post sport columnist Mike Vaccaro proud.  The song was written by a lifetime New York Met fan from Rye, New York, named Robert Fuchs and is called “Let It Snow.” Met fans have until Wednesday, December 18, to […]

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Met Fans, Comments, and Twitter

An article by posted on December 3, 2013 16 Comments
Met Fans, Comments, and Twitter

I did an interview yesterday for a grad student who was doing a thesis on sports blogging, social media and the dichotomy between fans today and twenty years ago. It ended up being an opportunity where I actually learned more about myself, our community at MMO and social media as I knew it to be. […]

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Commenting On MMO

An article by posted on December 2, 2013 0 Comments
Commenting On MMO

In the past month, we’ve had over 200 new IP Addresses comment on MMO for the very first time. Most of the regulars here I’m sure have see the great influx of new Mets fans who have joined our great community and I’m glad to see how many of you have welcomed them. This past […]

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Will Juan Lagares Lose Playing Time In Center Field To Chris Young?

An article by posted on November 27, 2013 0 Comments
Will Juan Lagares Lose Playing Time In Center Field To Chris Young?

Will Juan Lagares lose time in center field to Chris Young? Check out this post by Mike Kerwick of The Record who writes that newly acquired Chris Young has a list of three expectations that he shared with reporters yesterday. He wants substantial playing time. He wants that playing time to be in center field. […]

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New Posting System For Japanese Players and Debunking A Yankees Myth

An article by posted on November 12, 2013 0 Comments
New Posting System For Japanese Players and Debunking A Yankees Myth

Two things here my friends… First, Major League Baseball and Nippon Professional Baseball have virtually agreed on a new posting system for Japanese players, according to Ken Davidoff of The Post who has been on top of this story from the word go. “The system has been tweaked so the team posting the top bid […]

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Humiliation Macho: Dolphins, Mets, and the Pale Blue Line of Cowardly Male Sports Culture

An article by posted on November 8, 2013 0 Comments
Humiliation Macho: Dolphins, Mets, and the Pale Blue Line of Cowardly Male Sports Culture

Multiple choice question: What’s the worst, lowest, most humiliating thing you can call a professional athlete in a modern-day locker room? 1. Gay. 2. Girl. 3. N****r. 4. All of the above. If you answered “4″ we have a lovely Jordany Valdespin T-shirt for you, a real beauty with the logos of both the Mets […]

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