1. MLB Predictions: NL West

    The NL West was quite a story last year. The first place team had a total of only 84 wins (Los Angeles Dodgers). The last place team finished with 99 losses (San Diego Padres). All in all, this division is going to be very interesting...

    Nick  Carlo Written by Nick Carlo about over 5 years ago 461 reads 22 comments

  2. MLB Predictions: AL West

    Ah, the American League West. The AL West is a league that doesn't have as much talent has many others, but it does have the defending team with the best record (Los Angeles Angels)...

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  3. The New York Mets Sign Livan Hernandez

    The New York Mets have just recently signed free-agent righty Livan Hernandez to a minor league deal, according to MLB.com. If Hernandez is added to the roster, he is said to earn around $1 million...

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  4. Giants and Rangers: Two Teams with a Shot To Be This Year's Rays

    Last year was an amazing year for the Tampa Bay Rays. At the beginning of the 2008 season, people were still calling them the Devil Rays (their old name). The Rays didn't really have anything to be happy about...

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  5. MLB: A Pair Of Big Bats Get Inked

    Due to the economy, it's been tough for a lot of the baseball free agents. The All-Free-Agent team is amazing, but two guys just got taken off that team. Earlier today, former Yankees outfielder Bobby Abreu signed with the Los Angeles Angels...

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  6. NL East: Who's The Team To Beat?

    Last year the NL East was one of the more upbeat divisions. It was great with three teams competing for the No. 1 spot most of the season. Despite, all the teams with great talent in the NL East, only one team can win it...

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  7. 2009 Fantasy Baseball: My Mock Draft Team

    I was too eager to wait for my real fantasy baseball drafts, so I decided to do a mock draft on ESPN.com. It was real fun—one of the biggest wastes of time, though...

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  8. Nick's Fantasy Baseball Preview: The Five Best Fantasy Players at Each Position

    Now that the MLB.com fantasy preview is up, I decided it's time that I put mine up. Last year in baseball there were so many sleepers...

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  9. The Sheets Got Torn Off: Ben Sheets Injured Once Again

    This offseason the Mets mainly focused on re-tooling their bullpen. The sideshow was their starting rotation. There were about four guys who looked to fit the Mets' rotation...

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  10. Welcome Back, Ollie!

    Sunday night, the New York Mets checked off their last thing on their checklist. The countdown is down to eight days for pitchers and catchers. The Mets waited long enough to complete their rotation, but now that we have it, we are ready to go...

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  11. Give The New York Mets a Break, People!

    The picture above you reminds you of the great days of the offseason for the Mets, right? Now, all the Met fans seem a little mad at the Mets. I ask myself, why? I know that they have cooled down a lot after their hot start to the offseason, but c'mon.

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  12. The Mets Might Have Their Own Angel in the Outfield

    Today in social studies class, I was talking to my friends about the Mets, and one of my friends suggested that the Mets should put Angel Pagan in left. I was like, "you're exactly right." I can't believe how we forget all about Angel Pagan...

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  13. Should the New York Mets Just Put the (Ben) Sheets Down?

    Now that the Mets have a closer, they need one more starting pitcher. One, or two, it's your choice. There are about four guys on the Mets' radar, former Met Oliver Perez, Ben Sheets, Randy Wolf, and Jon Garland...

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  14. Omar Minaya and the New York Mets' Starting Pitching Puzzle

    The Mets started their offseason with a bang, along with their cross-town rivals, the Yankees. With the signing of the best closer on the market and possibly the best closer in the ...

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  15. K-Rod, JJ Putz, Nickname

    The voting is over and the winning nickname is (drum roll) THE J-K EXPRESS!!! This nickname was though up of by Ron Ghilino. Thank you Ron, for the great nickname. I can't wait until the J-K Express starts rolling...

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  16. Derek Lowe Signs with Atlanta Braves: A Pretty Lowe Point

    Yesterday, the Atlanta Braves agreed to terms with their new ace, Derek Lowe. The Mets were the other team that pursued him. Since the Mets did not sign him, here are some reasons why I don't like him: 1...

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  17. Omar Minaya, Mets Not Working on the Cora of the Team

    The New York Mets and utility player Alex Cora are reportedly close to agreeing on a one-year, $2 million deal. If the Mets get Cora at the end of the day the signing won't be big but I believe it will be a good one...

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  18. K-Rod, Putz, Nickname Voting

    It's time to put the poll up with the top 10 nicknames for this soon to hopefully be "Dynamic Duo." NOTE: The names aren't placed in any particular order...

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  19. Lowe Down Part 3: Is Lowe a Brave Guy?

    Some sources have said that Derek Lowe and the Atlanta Braves were negotiating pretty seriously. The Braves have just recently agreed to a deal with Japanese ace, Kenshin Kawakami...

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  20. Mets Sign Free-Agent Tim Redding

    The New York Mets and starting pitcher, Tim Redding, agreed to a one-year $2.25 million contract. Redding went 10-11 with a 4.95 ERA in 33 starts. Redding, is most likely going to be the Mets fifth starter next year...

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  21. MLB Predictions As of January

    95 days until the Mets' Home Opener. Big letters on top of Mets.com, it's great. I can't wait for this season to start; it's gonna be a great one...

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  22. New York Mets vs. Philadelphia Phillies: Lineup Comparison

    The Mets and Phillies are two totally different teams. They only have a handful of things in common, like their division, their good fanbases (good is substituted by crazy sometimes), and the fact they are both great teams...

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  23. Tribe Adds a New Member

    Carl Pavano has reportedly signed with the Cleveland Indians. The deal was for one- year. I'm not sure about the money he got paid. As soon as I find out the money he got I will let all you know, if you know then just post it...

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  24. What Will Be K-Rod, and J.J. Putz's Dynamic Duo Nick Name?

    Every dynamic duo,trio,even quadrupio (if that's a word) has a snazzy nick name. Nick names like smash and dash, earth, wind, and fire are some pretty good ones, but these Mets' bull pen studs need their own...

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  25. Pat Burrell, Signed By Tampa Bay Rays

    Former Philadelphia Phillies left fielder Pat " The Bat" Burrel is reportedly close to signing a deal with the reigning American League Champions, the Tampa Bay Rays. The deal will be a two-year, $18 million contract...

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