1. Are The Florida Marlins For Real?

    Over the first two weeks of the season there are no undefeated teams, which is very common. Their may not be an undefeated team, but there is a team with a mere one loss. That team is the young, but talented Florida Marlins...

    Nick  Carlo Written by Nick Carlo about over 5 years ago 195 reads 3 comments

  2. MLB: Week Two Power Rankings: Florida Marlins Refuse To Lose

    Week Two of the MLB season was great. Their were many great pitching performances and the Indians also scored 14 runs in one inning against the Yankees. The Yankees' record is 6-6, but it seem that every time they lose they humiliate themselves...

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  3. MLB Week One Power Rankings: Toronto Blue Jays Fly High in the AL East

    Opening Week is almost over, but boy was it a great one. The Phillies and Braves faced off on Opening Night, were new Brave ace, Derek Lowe, pitched a gem against the defending World Series Champions...

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  4. PLAY BALL!: Amazin' Start To The Season For The New York Mets

    Today was a very special day for all baseball fans, especially Mets fans, as today was Opening Day. Many games were played, many homeruns were hit, many strikeouts were recorded, and many memories struck the hearts and minds of many baseball fans...

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  5. Mets Sign Gary Sheffield: The "Sheff" Comes to Queens

    Earlier this evening, the Mets signed former Detroit Tigers outfielder Gary Sheffield. It is said that Sheffield will be making around $400,000 this coming season. To me, that's a great bargain for the Mets...

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  6. A Look Back at the 2009 World Baseball Classic: A Tourney To Remember

    As we look back at the second annual World Baseball Classic, their are many great memories. This year's tournament was definitely one to remember...

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  7. Freddy Garcia's Getting Closer and Closer to Eating Cherry Garcia All Day Long

    While the New York Mets are getting ready for the season and look ready to go, there's one more piece of the puzzle left to fill: deciding who will be the fifth starter for the Mets when the season starts...

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  8. How I "Re-Discovered" Bleacher Report

    Many stories have been written by a number of writers here on Bleacher Report about how they discovered this great website.Some discovered it through an ad on peer sites like Facebook, while others simply stumbled upon the site randomly...

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  9. International Upset: Dominican Republic Fall to the Dutch

    Yesterday, the Netherland's baseball team completed one of the biggest sports upsets in the history of sports. The stacked Dominican Republic team lost to the Netherlands TWICE and were sent home by them...

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  10. Has Pedro Martinez Pitched His Last Game As a Met?

    As of now, future Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez is a free agent. He most recently played for the New York Mets and had good years, but they were not the great seasons that the Mets expected from him...

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  11. New York Mets: Battle for the Bench

    Five games into Spring Training, the Mets have a record of 3-2, with a couple of slug fests here and there. As of yesterday, 15 Mets players, including, David Wright, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran, ...

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  12. Johan Santana's Injury: "Don't Worry 'Bout It"

    As we all know, Mets ace pitcher Johan Santana has slight tendinitis above his left elbow. This is something that everybody affiliated with the Mets will naturally worry about, but I'm here to tell you not to worry too much...

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  13. Mets-Cardinals: New York Loses, but All Wasn't Bad

    Today the Mets lost to the St. Louis Cardinals. Despite the loss, there were many great things that came out of the game. The final score was 9-8 Cardinals, and the Mets didn't go down without a fight...

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  14. Mets Postgame: Mets Beat Marlins 9-0: Jose Reyes Has a Big Day

    The Mets had another productive game today. They have scored 18 runs in their first two spring training games...

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  15. Mets Win First Spring Training Game and Are Ready For More

    Today, marked the official start of baseball season. You could smell it in the air, everywhere, baseball's finally back! Today, the New York Mets, faced the, Baltimore Orioles in their first spring training game...

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  16. Jerry "Gangsta" Manuel Giving the New York Mets Some Serious Swagger

    When the New York Mets fired their old manager, Willie Randolph, in the middle of the night, in the middle of a road series against the Angels, and dropped him off in the middle of nowhere, a lot of Mets fans weren't too pleased about it...

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  17. Who Will Make Up the Mets' Outfield This Year?

    There has been a lot going on at the New York Mets' spring training facility, Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie. One of the biggest questions going into spring training this year was, who's going ...

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  18. MLB Predictions: Awards

    This is the finale of my MLB Predictions series. I hope all of you enjoyed it just as much as I did writing it for you. These are my predictions for who will win the biggest awards. Rookie Of The Year NL- Colby Rasmus (St...

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  19. MLB Predictions: Playoffs

    Now that all of my division predictions are over, it's time for my playoff predictions. I think everything about 2009 is going to be amazing. Their will be many talented teams, but only one team can win it all...

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  20. MLB Predictions: NL East

    My favorite division, the NL East, is arguably the most talented division in baseball. The NL East had a lot go on last year...

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  21. MLB Predictions: AL East

    The American League East is quite a division. It's arguably the best division in the MLB. The AL East is the home of the Tampa Bay Rays. If you haven't heard, the Rays went from worst record in the MLB to American League champions...

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  22. Shea Goodbye: Historic Mets Stadium Paved To Put Up a Parking Lot

    Today, Feb. 18, 2009, a historic stadium was no more. The name of that stadium was, Shea Stadium. Let's take a little trip in time to, April 17, 1964. That was the day that Shea Stadium opened up...

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  23. MLB Predictions: NL Central

    The NL Central is the biggest division in baseball, comprising six teams. A great division with stellar players like NL MVP Albert Pujols, who looks to guide his Cardinals to a division crown, the Central is going to be exciting this year, as always...

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  24. The New York Mets Spring Training Update

    Finally, we can say that baseball is just around the corner. So, with that, there are many stories going around. The biggest story is the whole Alex Rodriguez steroid shenanigans. Another big story is "where will Manny be Manny?"...

    Nick  Carlo Written by Nick Carlo about almost 6 years ago 115 reads 3 comments

  25. MLB Predictions: AL Central

    Last year, this division needed 163 games to be decided. The Chicago White Sox and Minnesota Twins were both tied at the end of the regular season. A one-game playoff went the Sox' way with a great game from John Danks...

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