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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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Recap and Preview Mets Games this Year with these Simple to use Scripts

TweetWhy even bother to recap or preview Met games this year? It pretty much is the same old story day in and day out (except with a slight possibility that the team stays in the game with Matt Harvey on … Continue reading

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Mets Hit New Low with Signing of Ankiel

TweetHave the Mets finally hit rock-bottom? The team has now been reduced to signing the scraps of the Houston Astros with today’s signing of Rick Ankiel. A player that couldn’t cut it with the Houston Astros has now been signed … 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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Mets Loss Exposes Disturbing Team Mindset

TweetRemember when Colin Cowgill hit a grand slam the other day? He’s 0 for 7 since. Remember when David Wright was lighting up the World Baseball Classic as “Captain America”? After today, he’s hitting .200 on the year. Remember the … Continue reading

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Delaying Reality is FUN!

TweetWhat can you say? After another Opening Day win (the Mets have the best Opening Day record in baseball since their inception), the Mets sit undefeated and in first place in the NL East. Listen, we all know what’s in … Continue reading

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Major League Baseball 2013 MLB Divisional, Playoff, and World Series Predictions

TweetCan MetsFanClub.com make it four years in a row predicting the World Series winner? There was a flurry of activity during the winter months, with a couple of big name players changing teams, but unfortunately it means little to the … Continue reading

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Sadly, Outfield Mets Gave Away Looking Pretty Good Right Now Comparitively

TweetAs we approach the start of the 2013 baseball season, it’s becoming crystal clear that the Mets will be starting the season with perhaps the worst outfield in the league – maybe the worst in team history. This was a … Continue reading

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Sign Michael Bourn? Are You Out of Your Mind?

TweetI just heard someone on the radio refer to Michael Bourn as the “best free agent outfielder still on the market”, which sadly may be true, but it doesn’t take away from the fact this guy may be the most … Continue reading

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