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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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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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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 Go from Sweeper to Sweepee in 72 Pathetic Hours

TweetWell, that feeling of Mets euphoria didn’t last long, did it? On the heels of sweeping the Yankees, the Mets lied down and played dead against the mighty Florida Marlins, who seem to have a knack of beating the Mets … Continue reading

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What Goes Unnoticed About the Mets Subway Series Sweep

TweetThe sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the air just seems much cleaner to breathe today. If nothing else good happens for the rest of the year, Mets fans can bask in the glory of the Mets Subway … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Law: Duda Wright Thing

TweetThey say the third time’s a charm. Well, last night proved it as the Mets came back again for the third straight game to win in improbable fashion. Down 1-0 in the bottom of the ninth against the best closer … Continue reading

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Matt Harvey – Enjoy it While You Can Mets Fans

TweetIn today’s 3-2 victory over the Cubs, Matt Harvey once again proved the validity of our 20% Theory of Mets games as he won for the fifth time this season against no loses – but he basically had to do … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day Lesson: The Mets are Watchable 20% of the Time

TweetWay back in Spring Training, Mets fans were looking at the team’s starting pitching as one of the team’s strengths heading into the season. You had Harvey, Niese, Gee, Santana, Marcum, and a variety of wannabees such as Hefner, Edgin, … Continue reading

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Mets to Contend in 2014? Who Told You That?!

TweetWe are truly amazed at the number of Mets fans who actually believe the hype coming from “official” sources and naive blog authors who continually predict that the Mets will be contenders beginning in 2014. In reality, there’s absolutely nothing … Continue reading

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Do You Suffer from Metsfanitus? Here’s How to Deal with the Pain of Watching the Mets

TweetWarning: if you’re a Mets fan, you’re not going to like this post. We’re all sick – and it’s called being a Mets fan. It’s characterized by rooting for a team destined to lose and side effects include putting millions … Continue reading

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