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Mets Might Look to Add by Subtraction

An article by posted on June 1, 2010 0 Comments

I think it is safe to say that every Mets fan holds a special hatred for Oliver Perez on account of his recent struggles and selfishness.  At the time the contract for Ollie was struck, perhaps it made lots of sense at the time, but for the sake of never-ending debating regarding the move, the […]

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When Will The Mets Start Treating Johan Like An Ace?

An article by posted on May 29, 2010 0 Comments

You could almost hear the Brewers bench let out a collective sigh of relief when they saw Pedro Feliciano take the mound for the ninth inning. No longer would they have to face a dominating Johan Santana who had held them in check for the first eight innings of the game. All they could muster was […]

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Mike Francesa Attacks Fellow Mets Blogger

An article by posted on May 28, 2010 0 Comments

Apparently Mike Francesa doesn’t think very highly of us bloggers. Today on his radio program that’s simulcast on the YES network, he went on a rant against Matt Cerrone from MetsBlog. Cerrone wrote a piece today regarding the emergence of Mike Pelfrey, giving him credit for his turnaround. For some reason it irked Francesa so […]

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The Dragon Slayers

An article by posted on May 28, 2010 0 Comments

My guess is that if you find yourself in the market for a motivational speaker you probably will not give very serious consideration to hiring Charlie Manuel. On the other hand, I am kind of hoping he holds another closed-door meeting with his (by now) totally shell-shocked crew when the Mets next come into the […]

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Mets Sweep Phillies After 3-0 Shutout For Fifth Straight Win

An article by posted on May 28, 2010 0 Comments
Mets Sweep Phillies After 3-0 Shutout For Fifth Straight Win

Mike Pelfrey blanked the Phillies for seven innings and Jose Reyes had another big game as the Mets win 3-0 and pulled off a stunning three-game sweep, shutting out the Phillies in all three games. Wow! Game Summary Mike Pelfrey pitched another beauty, and even though he didn’t have his best stuff, he got the groundball or the strikeout whenever […]

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Wright = HoJo?

An article by posted on May 27, 2010 0 Comments

I was chatting with a Yankee fan by the water cooler on Monday, and something he said really resonated with me.  He told me that when David Wright came up against Mariano in the 9th, on Friday…. he knew the game was over. This really convinced me that things have changed drastically for Mister Wright. […]

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Rod Barajas Get Out The Vote Campaign!

An article by posted on May 27, 2010 0 Comments
Rod Barajas Get Out The Vote Campaign!

Rod Barajas has been a savior for the Mets this season. In addition to saving the Mets with his offensive contributions, and saving the rotation with his top-notch game calling, you could also make the case that he is also responsible for saving Jerry Manuel’s job too. Last night when Barajas grabbed his wrist in pain after blocking a pitch […]

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Mets On The Right Track?

An article by posted on May 25, 2010 0 Comments

If you polled Mets fans today, there would be disagreement as to whether the Mets are on the right track.  So far this season we’ve already seen the two extremes.  We’ve seen the Mets go on a great streak, winning ten of eleven games.  But we’ve also seen the dark side – a team that […]

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Mets Beat Yankees But That’s Hardly Enough

An article by posted on May 24, 2010 0 Comments

So many indelible moments in life seem to occur in slow motion, sometimes both the good and bad moments. The 2010 Mets season for me has been just that, a slow motion Shakespearean tragedy. Perhaps to some a typically bad CW network soap opera. It’s your choice. The Mets are in my opinion, just about beyond […]

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I Can’t Stop Thinking About Last Night’s Loss

An article by posted on May 22, 2010 0 Comments

Last night’s 2-1 loss at the hands of the Yankees left such a sour taste in my mouth. Not so much for the loss, but more for what that game could have been and could have meant to the team and to the fans. With the team still mired in the cellar of the standings, […]

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