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Did Pedro Martinez Just Say What I Think He Said?

An article by posted on August 6, 2010 0 Comments

Former Mets pitcher Pedro Martinez was in New York yesterday for a promotion and sat down with Max Dickstein of amNewYork for a short Q & A session.  It was your typical interview until Pedro was asked for his opinion on the Mets and the Yankees.   He answered the Yankee part of the question […]

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Nolan Ryan – A Mets Alum Who Is Still Pitching

An article by posted on August 6, 2010 0 Comments

I’m a writer who is partial to pitchers – first was Sandy Koufax and the current is Johan Santana. I don’t have any reason for my choices or maybe it’s just that most of these guys strive for perfection from themselves – hoping that the rest of the team is paying attention. Some pitchers rule […]

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Fernando Martinez: The Prospect Who Became Suspect

An article by posted on August 6, 2010 0 Comments

Michael Salfino of SNY.tv wrote an interesting article yesterday on the Mets former number one prospect, Fernando Martinez. In it he chronicles the decline of F-Mart’s prospect status over the years, but is not yet ready to count him out. Since 2007, he’s moved down on Baseball America’s Top 100 list from the 20th to […]

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Doug’s Dugout: Pray For Moving Day

An article by posted on August 3, 2010 0 Comments

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss, Anger,the disliked trio of Oliver Perez, Luis Castillo, and Carlos Beltran, and Packing Materials.  If you are an avid Mets fan you should be angry today. Seething actually. Angry your GM, Omar Minaya waved the White Flag at the trading deadline; a team with numerous holes couldn’t fill any […]

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Oliver Perez Is Our Recurring Nightmare

An article by posted on August 2, 2010 0 Comments

Let me start by saying that I’m not hanging yesterday’s loss on Oliver Perez. The game was lost and completely out of hand long before he took the hill in the eighth inning. In fact that’s why he came into the game… The only time we see Ollie now, is when a win becomes as […]

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Darryl Strawberry And Dwight Gooden Enter Mets Hall Of Fame

An article by posted on July 30, 2010 0 Comments

Darryl Strawberry and Doc Gooden enter the Mets Hall of Fame. Sure this sounds nice and it is a good PR move and maybe it will sell some more tickets for Sunday afternoon. But it’s a mixed blessing. This is my problem with it. The mid eighties, when both came up to the big team […]

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A Clash Of Opinions: Should I Cheer Or Should I Boo?

An article by posted on July 26, 2010 0 Comments

There is a lot of turmoil in Mets-tropolis.  R.A. Dickey was clashing with Jerry Manuel when the manager removed him from yesterday’s game.  The fans are clashing with the front office for not doing anything to improve the team.  What’s a blogger to do with all this clashing going on?  You guessed it.  It’s song […]

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Nice Guys Finish Last…And That’s Where We’re Heading

An article by posted on July 26, 2010 0 Comments

It was June 15, 1977 when the Mets were sent into a tailspin that would last almost a decade. ‘The Franchise’ was traded to Cincinnati for 5 players who were basically scrubs. After what became known as The Midnight Massacre the Mets proceeded to average 96 losses for the next 7 years. It was 6 […]

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Mets Shutout Again In Tough 1-0 Loss To Dodgers

An article by posted on July 25, 2010 0 Comments

Mets lose game four of the series against the Dodgers, 1-0. This is the fourth time the Mets have been shutout in just the eleven game road series. Mets bats continue to be absent in Dickey’s great start, as the Mets have been scoreless for the past sixteen innings. With the loss the Mets are […]

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Strawberry: Nobody Fears These Mets, They Laugh At Them

An article by posted on July 24, 2010 0 Comments

Bobby Ojeda isn’t the only 1986 Met ripping the Mets for their recent lifeless play. Yesterday, Kevin Kernan of the NY Post caught up with Darryl Strawberry who, among other things, said the Mets have no swagger.  “I think that is what they are really missing, the attitude, the swagger about being in New York, and […]

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