1. New York Mets' 2009 Season Disaster Finally Ending

    Image by Getty Images via Daylife The 2009 version of the New York Mets will finally disappear into oblivion this weekend. And I can’t wait for them to go away...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about almost 5 years ago 188 reads 1 comments

  2. New York Mets 2009 Season Close To Oblivion

    We’ve been waiting for months now for the injured New York Mets to heal and get back to help this team to a miracle playoff run. But if the current Mets can’t, at least, hang on there won’t be a chance at all...

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  3. Manny Ramirez Is Not Right For The Mets

    There’s been so much talk among Mets fans about why Manny isn’t a Met. I certainly hope not. Looking at Manny’s offensive statistics is stunning. Even better than I thought when I thought about writing this post...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 5 years ago 34 reads 1 comments

  4. Fred Wilpon Allegedly Defrauded

    Sterling Equities is reportedly a victim of fraud, allegedly at the hands of Bernard Madoff. Sterling was founded and is managed by New York Mets owners Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz...

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  5. Brewers Beat Mets 9-7 To Take Game, Series

    The Brewers took the rubber game of the series in a poorly pitched game by both teams. Jorge Sosa took the loss for the Mets after entering the game in the fifth and pitching 1.2 innings and giving up two runs...

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  6. To Boo or Not To Boo

    That is the question. The Mets' bloggers and mainstream media have been on the topic of booing home players since 4:00 yesterday afternoon. The Brewers hit a few bombs and won the game, which caused a mild stirring of boos in Flushing...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 311 reads 1 comments

  7. Brewers-Mets: What to Watch

    Milwaukee Brewers (7-4) at New York Mets (5-5) 1:10pm TV: CW11—Radio: WFAN Jeff Suppan (1-0) vs. Oliver Perez (1-0) What to watch With the series tied at one, this is an important game to win...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 284 reads 0 comments

  8. Brewers-Mets: Ben Sheets Outduels Johan Santana

    Johan Santana’s (1-2) first start at Shea Stadium for the Mets didn’t go as planned. He took the loss after going 6.2 innings, giving up six hits (three home runs), two walks, and five runs (four earned)...

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  9. The Mets: It's Time to Get Real About Nelson Figueroa

    Now that we’ve come down from the dream story that Nelson Figueroa was last night, it’s time to get real about his roster spot. I’ve read and heard so much from the media and blogs about the “Hometown boy makes good” story...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 365 reads 2 comments

  10. New York Mets: Is Aaron Heilman Back on Track?

    Aaron Heilman pitched the eighth inning tonight despite having three poor performances to start the season. I have to admit that I thought it would be better to put him in a less stressful position...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 265 reads 0 comments

  11. New York-Milwaukee: Mets Defeat Brew Crew Behind Nelson Figueroa

    Nelson Figueroa made his first start for the Mets this season, and made it an impressive one. He went six strong innings, giving up two runs, two hits, and two walks with six strikeouts for the win...

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  12. New York-Philadelphia: Mets Beat Phils 4-3 in 12th Inning To Win Series

    John Maine pitched a great game coming back from a poor first appearance. He went six innings giving up only one run. He did have five walks tonight but was able to work out of trouble...

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  13. New York-Philadelphia: Mets Beat Phillies 8-2

    We can all come off the ledge now… The Mets beat the Phillies behind a good effort by Mike Pelfrey. Maybe he needs to get 11 days between outings on a regular basis...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  14. Orlando Hernandez Rehab Shut Down

    Multiple media sources are reporting that Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez has a strained tendon in his foot and will be wearing a walking boot for the next two weeks. Image details: New York Mets Practice served by picapp...

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  15. On Deck: Phillies-Mets, April 9, 2008

    Philadelphia Phillies (4-4) at New York Mets (2-4) 7:10pm TV: SNY, ESPN2 Radio: WFAN Kyle Kendrick (1-0) vs...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 255 reads 0 comments

  16. New York Mets: What We Know So Far

    It was a disappointing home opener for the Mets, but it’s way too early to panic or fire the manager. The Mets really do need to win this series against the Phillies after losing the two game series to the Braves...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 268 reads 1 comments

  17. Braves Top Prospect Gets HGH Suspension

    The Atlanta Braves hot prospect Jordan Schafer was hit with a 50-game minor league suspension for HGH use. I had read some columns prior to the season stating that he would give Mark Kotsay a run for the centerfield job this season...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 448 reads 1 comments

  18. New York Mets: Johan Santana May Win 30 Games

    After watching Santana pitch against the Florida Marlins on opening day last week, one A.L. executive told Sports Illustrated’s Tom Verducci: “Santana’s going to win 30 games in that league...

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  19. Mets News: Luis Castillo Day To Day

    Luis Castillo left today’s game after four innings due to knee soreness. He’s had knee problems since he arrived in New York via trade with the Minnesota Twins last season...

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  20. Audio: Baseball Links For Listening

    There are plenty of baseball and Mets links for listening today. If you enjoy listening to baseball talk as much as I do, enjoy the links. Click the small play icon next to the link to listen...

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  21. Philadelphia-New York: Phillies Win Over Mets 5-2

    The Philadelphia Phillies (4-4) came to New York and started up where they left off last season.The New York Mets (2-4) were expecting to get their final season in Shea Stadium started with a bang, but it did not turn out that way...

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  22. New York Mets: How Omar Minaya Missed the Boat on Kyle Lohse

    The biggest question mark for the New York Mets is starting pitching. There’s no denying that. Pedro Martinez, Orlando Hernandez, Mike Pelfrey, and the substitute starters are all sources ...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 797 reads 2 comments

  23. Good Riddance To Shea!

    As we embark upon the last season of New York Mets games at William A. Shea Municipal Stadium, the mainstream media is filled with fond remembrances of concerts, games, and the like that occurred inside those rounded walls...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 654 reads 1 comments

  24. Braves Sweep Mets With 3-1 Win

    Despite a solid performance from Johan Santana, the Mets lost 3-1 to the Braves in Atlanta last night. John Smoltz pitched very well, giving up only two hits and two walks in five innings...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 33 reads 0 comments

  25. Agent: David Wells Waiting for Mets

    The Boston Globe reports that David Wells’ agent, Gregg Clifton, is waiting for a call from the D-Backs or Mets. He believes those are the two teams that he could most likely sign Wells...

    Dave Doyle Written by Dave Doyle about over 6 years ago 751 reads 3 comments