1. Carlos Delgado Still Hurting

    Carlos Delgado's hip is still sore. Omar Minaya revealed that Delgado received a cortisone shot in the hip and will miss his third straight game. It doesn't sound as if it's anything serious and only a matter of time before he returns to the lineup...

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  2. End of the Garcia Era

    I had such high hopes for Freddy Garcia. He won a championship and was such a workhorse throughout his career, until his injuries in 2006...

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  3. Manuel Poised to Make a Big Decision?

    As seen on NY Mets Global. Tonight’s lineup will feature Fernando Tatis batting second and playing second, Gary Sheffield in left batting sixth, and Omir Santos catching and batting eighth...

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  4. Is David Wright in the worst slump of his career...

    How can a guy hitting .288 be considered in a slump?When your name is David Wright and your the face of a franchise, in one of the biggest baseball cities in America, you are expected to do a lot more then hit for a decent average...

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  5. Takahashi Up, Fossum Down for Mets

    After pitching 2.2 innings of mop-up work, Casey Fossum was designated for assignment. Fossum allowed two inherited runners and one of his own runs to score before settling down and pitching two scoreless innings...

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  6. Murphy- asset or liability...

    Dan Murphy was at it again today, I've never seen a player fall down more times on routine fly balls then Murphy...

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  7. What to do with Ollie...

    Another start for Oliver Perez that produced the exact same results, in fact, Perez's starts have been carbon copies of each other...

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  8. Tim Redding Getting Ready

    Tim Redding moved one step closer to returning to the major league club yesterday when he pitched four scoreless innings during an extended spring training game...

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  9. The Ryan Church Debate

    The Mets have been waiting for that big two out clutch hit, and it finally came today, in the sixth inning of the game against the Nationals...

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  10. Mets Sign Mike Lamb

    The Mets have signed Mike Lamb to a minor league deal. While in Houston Lamb was affectionately known as Lambo for his unusual batting stance/swing and his solid power numbers...

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  11. Figgy back in the organization

    According to Adam Rubin of the Daily News, Nelson Figueroa has re-signed a minor league deal with the Mets. After being mistreated by management, Figueroa had opted for free agency once he cleared waivers...

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  12. It shouldn't be this hard

    Don't get me wrong, the Mets won and I'm very happy that they won, but that still doesn't hide the fact that there are some very glaring problems with this team...

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  13. Could Maine Move to the Pen?

    On the heels of Jerry Manuel's proclamation that the Mets starting pitching needed to show him something in their next rotation, I began to take a look at what moves he could actually make and what would make sense...

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  14. Hitting, Organizational Epidemic, Buffalo too

    Just happened to take a peak at how Buffalo is doing, and in reading a recap of the Bison's start to the season you would think that the writer was talking about the Mets...

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  15. Should Mets Move Murphy to Make Room for Eighth Reliever?

    Mets manager Jerry Manuel told the New York Daily News he may have to add an eighth reliever to the bullpen. I'm not sure if I've ever heard of a team carrying 13 pitchers...

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  16. Possible Rotation Additions for the Mets

    The Mets starting rotation has been absolutely awful over the first two weeks of the season: Mike Pelfrey is fighting several minor injuries; Ollie, well, Ollie is Ollie, enough said; ...

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  17. Good for Figgy, Bad for Mets

    The only surprise is that Nelson Figueroa wasn't claimed off waivers, after his six innings of three run ball, in fact, Figgy should be our No. 2 starter (by performance) instead of being unemployed...

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  18. Something's Wrong with David Wright and the Mets

    As young as this season is, it’s quickly becoming the same old story. Last night's loss to the Cards further exposed the young and inept core of the Mets rotation...

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  19. New York Mets, Dan Murphy: Are the Majors the Right Place to Learn a Position?

    I understand when a player is so incredibly talented that a team must find a way to make him a starter even when there isn't room for him...

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  20. Carlos Beltran's Play Epitome of the New York Mets' Problem

    If I had to sum up in one play, what's wrong with the New York Mets, it would be Carlos Beltran's play at the plate. No; I'm not one of those Beltran bashers, in fact, I think he's probably the best all-a-round player on the team...

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  21. Fundamentally Flawed...

    I might look back at this post tomorrow and feel that it was a bit strong and that I possibly overreacted, but this has always been an op/ed blog from a fan's point of view...

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  22. Angels Looking at Several of Our Pitchers

    This is why I said making the moves, as the Met's front office did, made no sense. The moves limited our control of the situation and basically left us with less options...

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  23. Pena a Good Signing

    I thought it would have been a good move for the Mets to acquire Wily Mo Pena from the Nationals when he was still under contact, so to get him on a minor league deal is a no lose situation in my opinion...

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  24. New York Mets: This Org. Can't Stop Itself, You Dissed 'Doc'

    I'm truly sickened by the treatment of Dwight Gooden over this whole signature thing. Gooden is just a few years older than me, so in high school he was in his Mets glory days...

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  25. N.Y. Mets Mess: I'm Not Getting These Roster Moves

    This all starts with Mike Pelfrey's tendinitis. The Mets decided to skip his start to rest the arm, which I thought was a smart move, but from there, I'm not sure about how they've gone about dealing with this situation...

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