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Could We Have Been Wrong About Terry Collins?

An article by posted on October 1, 2013 0 Comments
Could We Have Been Wrong About Terry Collins?

Andy Martino of the New York Daily News wrote a column endorsing the Mets decision to resign Terry Collins to a two-year deal in a column he wrote in today’s edition. His piece doesn’t spend much time addressing the Mets won/loss record. I assume, like many, that he doubts that with the Mets’ rosters Terry […]

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Alderson: Signing Santana Is A Possibility

An article by posted on September 30, 2013 0 Comments
Alderson: Signing Santana Is A Possibility

The latest news out of Sandy’s camp — He mentioned on WFAN that signing Johan Santana is a possibility. Although this could be nothing more than him covering his bases and making sure that all options get explored, he didn’t flat out deny anything. Santana has made his intentions clear — he plans to pitch […]

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A Mets Penultimatum

An article by posted on September 29, 2013 0 Comments
A Mets Penultimatum

Phew, the protected pick is safe! That’s some great managing by Terry Collins – now the Mets won’t lose a draft choice when they make the big run on free agents and true major league talent that has always been promised for the historic winter of 2013-14. Scott Atchison, who I still maintain looks great […]

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Thanks For the Me”Mo”ries

An article by posted on September 28, 2013 0 Comments
Thanks For the Me”Mo”ries

I know what you’re thinking. This is a Mets website. Why do I have to read about a %$#@*^# Yankee? Yes, we are all Mets fans. And yes, we all despise the Yankees and everything they represent. But ask yourself this: Next time you drive north to Cooperstown, will you look at Tom Seaver’s plaque […]

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Matt Harvey Eligible To Pitch In Arizona Fall League

An article by posted on September 28, 2013 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Eligible To Pitch In Arizona Fall League

Matt Harvey will be eligible to pitch in the Arizona Fall League should the Mets decide to pursue that option, according to this tweet by Adam Rubin. Harvey, 24, has opted to rehab his partially torn UCL, rather than undergoing Tommy John surgery. After making the announcement during his press conference, Sandy Alderson floated the […]

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David Wright Is All In… Are The Wilpons?

An article by posted on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
David Wright Is All In… Are The Wilpons?

The Captain is on the deck… Oh, how I thought I’d never hear those words again… Luckily, this time I don’t have to drop whatever it is I’m doing and come to immediate attention. But the Mets’ captain wants your attention… He has a message for you… He’s all in and he still loves “The […]

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Five Things I Love & Hate About You

An article by posted on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
Five Things I Love & Hate About You

Being a baseball fan brings out the best, and sometimes the worst in people of all walks of life. Being a fan of a bad baseball team often brings magnifies those characteristics. I’m not talking about terrible things like racism, sexism, or God forbid acts of violence like we saw recently with the Giants and […]

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After Catching Segura With Two Swipes Last Night, Young Eyes Stolen Base Crown

An article by posted on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
After Catching Segura With Two Swipes Last Night, Young Eyes Stolen Base Crown

Young gets in ahead of tag for his second steal of the game After two more swipes on Thursday night against the Brewers, Eric Young Jr. has caught Milwaukee’s Jean Segura for the National League lead with 44 stolen bases. With Segura currently sidelined with a hamstring strain, it looks like Young is just one stolen base away from […]

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Mets Prospect Review: Cesar Puello Completes Suspension, But Oh What A Season

An article by posted on September 26, 2013 0 Comments

This season was one for the ages for outfielder Cesar Puello. Not only did Puello excel, but he flat out dominated the Eastern League this year, proving that all 5 tools that touted him so high were there all along. The 22 year-old rightfielder hit .326 with 16 homers and 24 steals in 91 games. Because […]

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Baseball America Names Amed Rosario Top Prospect In Appy League

An article by posted on September 26, 2013 0 Comments
Baseball America Names Amed Rosario Top Prospect In Appy League

Mets shortstop Amed Rosario was named the Appalachian League’s top prospect by Baseball America. Clint Longenecker also ranked righthanders Robert Whalen (#15) and Chris Flexen (#19) to round out his top twenty. BA writes that Rosario showed “star potential” in his debut season and said he is an exceptional athlete with above-average speed. “He could be a star,” […]

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