Category Archives: Mets

Mets Still Seeing Red Over Beltran Deal and Others

TweetIn case you missed it last night, Carlos Beltran drove in all three runs for the Cardinals in their 13-inning walkoff victory over the Dodgers in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series. Beltran now has the highest postseason … Continue reading

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“All Things Even Out” Theory Not Working with MLB Postseason – Yet

TweetIt all evens out in the end. You hear that all the time. In baseball, I’m hoping that’s true, because if it is, we should be in for an amazingly exciting postseason since the regular season was so incredibly hum-drum … Continue reading

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Closing the Book on a Very Boring and Bad Baseball Season

Tweet2013 will not go down in history as a great season for the New York Mets. But looking at the bright side, it really wasn’t a great season for many other clubs as well. In fact, the entire season has … Continue reading

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Strict Zero Tolerance is the ONLY Way to Rid Major League Baseball of PEDs

TweetBy now we’ve all learned of the latest suspensions dished out by Major League Baseball on players associated with Biogenesis. We look at all the big-name players that have been suspended and curse them, call them cheaters, liars, fakes, and … Continue reading

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Mike Piazza to be Inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame on Fan Appreciation Day, Sunday, September 29th, 2013

TweetThe New York Mets today announced that Mike Piazza, the greatest home run-hitting catcher of all-time, will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame on Fan Appreciation Day Sunday, September 29 at Citi Field. Piazza will become the 27th … Continue reading

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You Can Admit It: The All-Star Game Has Lost Its Luster – Here’s Why

TweetGet ready, New York Mets fans because the All-Star Game is set to be played Tuesday at the new Shea Stadium. (It’s still hard for me to call that tribute to the Dodgers “CitiField”). There’s only one problem: despite how … Continue reading

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#VoteMets Hashtag Morphs to Reveal Fan’s Reaction to Disastrous Loss

TweetThis could only happen to the Mets. Fan’s were buzzing in anticipation as yesterday’s Mets game featured Zach Wheeler’s first home start. The team had come off a convincing win against the Nats the previous night, and the grounds crew … Continue reading

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Is This the Same Davey Johnson that Managed the Mets?

TweetWho can forget 1986 and the amazing Mets team that dominated baseball that year en route to a World Series Championship? At the helm of that great team was none other than the best manager the Mets have ever had: … Continue reading

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Is Kirk Nieuwenhuis “Fixed” With Game Winning Walk-Off Homerun?

TweetMets fans don’t have too much to get excited about lately, so when something good happens, ya gotta relish in it and enjoy the moment. Yesterday’s 4-3 comeback walkoff win over the Cubs was such an occasion. But let’s not … Continue reading

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Mets Can’t Get Over “Harvey Fernandez” Syndrome with another Marlin’s Sweep at Citi

TweetSaturday’s Mets game with Matt Harvey going against the Marlin’s Jose Fernandez took 6 hours and 35 minutes to complete, a 2-1 Marlins victory that went 20 innings, the longest game in the history of CitiField. It was reminiscent of … Continue reading

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