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Is Daniel Murphy The Answer At Second Base?

An article by posted on October 10, 2012 0 Comments
Is Daniel Murphy The Answer At Second Base?

It seems that there is a portion of the fan base that still doesn’t think that Daniel Murphy is the second baseman of the future for the New York Mets. Maybe it’s because it looks as if Murphy is an extra outfielder at times, based on where he positions himself (short right field), but I […]

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#LOLMets Is Still Alive and Well

An article by posted on August 17, 2012 0 Comments
#LOLMets Is Still Alive and Well

From the NY Post: Evidently, Citi Field isn’t the place you go where everybody knows your name. On Friday night, the Mets official Twitter page tweeted a video of Daniel Murphy’s first-inning RBI single. The only problem? The message referred to the second baseman as “David Murphy,” who happens to play for the Texas Rangers. The post […]

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Mets Are Better Than Sex AND The Phillies

An article by posted on July 11, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Are Better Than Sex AND The Phillies

Our friends at the Mets Are Better Than Sex get all the credit for uncovering this gem. It’s audio of Phillies announcer, Scott Franzke, going off on the Mets’ Scott Hairston last week during the series at Citi Field. Apparently he didn’t realize his mic was live when he exclaimed the following after a Hairston home run. “Will […]

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Was The Mets GM Trolling Mets Fans On Twitter?

An article by posted on July 3, 2012 0 Comments
Was The Mets GM Trolling Mets Fans On Twitter?

You’ve heard the term used all the time, but what exactly is a troll and what is trolling, and was the Mets GM guilty of being a troll or trolling his own fan base on Twitter in recent days? I’ll let you be the judge on Alderson, but first lets define what a troll is. […]

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Mets Go Streaking..Again

An article by posted on June 26, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Go Streaking..Again

June was set to be a real test for this team.  More than 20 games against teams which boast better than .500 records stood in the Mets path a few short weeks ago and ultimately, they’ve navigated the month well, but that’s not to say the month of June hasn’t been frustrating. Win three..lose three..win […]

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Bay To DL With Likely Concussion, Mets Fans Still Behaving Badly

An article by posted on June 16, 2012 0 Comments
Bay To DL With Likely Concussion, Mets Fans Still Behaving Badly

Last night, Jason Bay was forced to leave the game against the Cincinnati Reds after hitting his head against the left-field wall on Jay Bruce’s second-inning inside-the-park home run. The Mets are saying that Bay likely suffered another concussion and expect to place him on the disabled list before today’s game. Infielder Justin Turner is […]

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The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

An article by posted on June 13, 2012 0 Comments
The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

As someone who takes great pride in running a Mets fansite, I must admit that occasionally I am repulsed by the behavior of some of those who call themselves Mets fans. Among our incredible fanbase, lurk many who occupy the lowest depths of depravity and are a pariah among us. You may have wondered what […]

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Making The Right Call At Second Base

An article by posted on May 23, 2012 0 Comments
Making The Right Call At Second Base

A parent recently told me an inspiring story of sportsmanship, from a Flagler Police Athletic League playoff game. It was the bottom of the fourth inning, in the 10-and-under minors division semifinals Wednesday night, at the Flagler County Fairgrounds. The game between the Tigers (coached by Rick Torres) and the Royals (coached by Jay Pigninelli) […]

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No Ambulance Needed

An article by posted on April 12, 2012 0 Comments
No Ambulance Needed

One of the more light-hearted moments during yesterday’s SNY broadcast of the Mets 4-0 loss to the Nationals, came right after starter Stephen Strasburg threw pitch number 100 during the game. It was the first time Strasburg has hit the century mark in pitches thrown in his pro career with the Nats, said Gary Cohen. […]

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Will Pelfrey Keep The Mets Rolling?

An article by posted on April 9, 2012 0 Comments
Will Pelfrey Keep The Mets Rolling?

One of baseball’s most popular cliches is pitching is contagious, both good and bad. Tonight against Washington, Mike Pelfrey, who struggled during spring training  will attempt to follow up the Mets’ strong showing from its rotation in his first appearance of the season. The Mets have been here before with Pelfrey, and your guess is […]

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