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Seven Time All-Star Michael Young Retires

An article by posted on January 31, 2014 0 Comments
Seven Time All-Star Michael Young Retires

If I had a dollar for every time I read or heard a Met fan say that we should trade for Michael Young, I would probably have enough money to fund a European Vacation… Okay maybe just a weekend trip to the Grand Canyon, but still… On Friday afternoon, the seven time All-Star got into […]

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Native New Yorker John Lannan, Hoping To Secure A Rotation Spot

An article by posted on January 29, 2014 0 Comments
Native New Yorker John Lannan, Hoping To Secure A Rotation Spot

Anthony Dicomo of MLB.com, shared how John Lannan, a native New Yorker, would be thrilled to be able to play baseball close to his home. If Lannan makes the rotation out of spring training, 2014 will the be the first time in his baseball career that he will actually pitch in his own backyard. Lannon grew […]

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Tackling 4 Main Arguments Against Signing Stephen Drew

An article by posted on January 29, 2014 0 Comments
Tackling 4 Main Arguments Against Signing Stephen Drew

Why should the Mets sign Stephen Drew?  I mean, 3 years and $30-36 million is crazy for Drew, right?  Here are some of the arguments flying around this offseason regarding Drew. “He’s not worth it, he’s just barely average.”   “Drew is hurt all the time. He is way too injury prone.” “Drew costs too […]

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As Early As Spring Training, Padded Caps Approved By MLB For Pitchers

An article by posted on January 29, 2014 0 Comments
As Early As Spring Training, Padded Caps Approved By MLB For Pitchers

Paul Hagen shared on MLB.com, that Major League Baseball has approved padded caps for pitchers. This will be optional for pitchers but will give them an opportunity to decide if wearing the cap will be enough protection from dangerous line drives to the head. The new caps will be manufactured by isoBLOX. The company explains […]

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Episode 2014: A New Hope

An article by posted on January 28, 2014 0 Comments
Episode 2014: A New Hope

Simply because I’m a geek – I’ll let my inner Star Wars express my feelings about the team’s outlook from one year ago compared to today… A long time ago at a Citi Field far, far away… 2013: I’ve got a very bad feeling about this. I find your lack of faith disturbing. Who’s the […]

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Are We Better In 2014 Than 2013: Position Players

An article by posted on January 27, 2014 0 Comments
Are We Better In 2014 Than 2013: Position Players

I thought it might be fun to take a look at where we are right now, in comparison to last year at this time.  To make things a little more comparable, lets assume that today’s roster is what we open the season with. Behind the plate Travis d’Arnaud is replacing John Buck, and while TDA […]

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Old Time Mets: John Stephenson

An article by posted on January 26, 2014 15 Comments
Old Time Mets: John Stephenson

If John Stephenson is remembered at all by fans of the early Mets, it’s as the last out of Jim Bunning‘s perfect game. He was so overmatched in striking out, the Mets might as well have plucked a fan out of the stands at random and asked him to get a hit off Bunning. At […]

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Alderson: All Remaining Free Agents Are Still On Our Radar

An article by posted on January 26, 2014 0 Comments
Alderson: All Remaining Free Agents Are Still On Our Radar

Mark Herrmann of Newsday, was in Virginia Beach tonight where David Wright held his annual charity fundraiser for children near his hometown. Among those in attendance were Mets Chief Operating Officer Jeff Wilpon and general manager Sandy Alderson who both said the Mets are not done building and spending this offseason. According to Herrmann, Alderson would […]

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David Wynn Is Walking By Faith

An article by posted on January 26, 2014 0 Comments
David Wynn Is Walking By Faith

David Wynn has a tattoo that says, “Walk by Faith”, and that is exactly what he has had to do in pursuit of his Major League Dream. At 5’10″ and 168 lbs, Wynn’s journey to what he hopes will someday be the mound at Citi Field almost never began. A long shot of long shots, […]

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A Breakout Season For Daniel Murphy

An article by posted on January 25, 2014 0 Comments
A Breakout Season For Daniel Murphy

Earlier in the offseason, there were whispers of Daniel Murphy possibly being moved, which made me think about Murphy’s value, and if it really  is at its peak. If his value is at its peak, should we move him, or should we sign Murphy to an extension and make him part of our future playoff runs?  Let’s […]

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