1. Day After Rally, New York Rangers GM Glen Sather is Still Here

    Yesterday was the day, the day for New York Rangers fans to vent their frustrations and angers at yet another lackluster season due to the front office ways of the organization...

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  2. Dodgers Make First Trip to Citi Field

    Now is not a good time to be a Mets fan. Injuries to three key everyday players have left the Mets with what looks like a AAA lineup that can’t score any runs...

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  3. How Bout That Week: Midseason Awards

    Saturday was the midway point of the season so I figured now would be as good a time as any to give out my midseason awards. AL MVP 1...

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  4. Subway Series Part Two

    Two weeks ago today, the Mets endured one of the toughest regular season losses in franchise history when Luis Castillo dropped a pop-up with two outs, allowing the tying and winning runs to score in the ninth inning for the Yankees...

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  5. How Bout That Week!?!?

    The baseball season has finally kicked into high gear as we’ve officially entered the summer months. There are still no clear favorites in either league, with the exception of the Dodgers who have opened up an eight-game lead in the NL west...

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  6. Series Preview: Central-Leading Cardinals Come To Citi Field

    When Mets fans think about the St. Louis Cardinals, the first flashback is to Game Seven of the 2006 National League Championship Series. Yadier Molina has given the Cardinals a lead...

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  7. Carlos Beltran to DL; Mets make more moves

    The New York Mets have placed OF Carlos Beltran on the DL today with a bone bruise in his right knee. GM Omar Minaya said that the bruise is getting bigger and bigger due to it being bone on bone...

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  8. State of the Mets

    There is so much to say, and so little time to say it today Mets fans. K-Rod’s blown save last night, Castillo’s drop, the injury bug, and Omar Minaya and Jerry Manuel's ...

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  9. Shawn Estes: Former Met Retires

    Former Major League pitcher Shawn Estes has retired today. Estes was acquired in 2001 from the San Francisco Giants for outfielder Tsuyoshi Shinjo and infielder Desi Relaford. In one season with the Mets, Estes went 4-9 with a 4...

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  10. Struggling Mets Welcome Surging Rays to Town

    Jerry Manuel’s Mets, losers of six of nine, are coming off a tough loss Thursday night at the hands of the Baltimore Orioles. This week they welcome an even tougher AL East opponent, the defending champs of the division, the Tampa Bay Rays...

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  11. New York Mets Still Looking for First NL MVP Winner

    Team Has Come Close Only Three Times in Its History The New York Mets are now in their 48th season of existence and although they’ve had some great moments and great players, they still have never had a pitcher throw a no-hitter in their uniform...

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  12. Mets Nearly Edge O's in Tight Ninth

    Well, not even the walk-through wins turn out to be a breeze. The Mets scored six runs to the Orioles' two through nine, but of course, not without grave difficulty. It seems like Bobby Parnell has come up human as of late...

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  13. New York Mets' David Wright and Carlos Beltran May Be Headed to All-Star Game

    With everything else going on with the Mets and their injuries, one positive is coming as we near the end of this first half...

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  14. How Bout That Week: The Mets' Jerry Manuel Needs to Go

    After a week hiatus from the article because of finals, I’m officially finished with school for the summer and am back and better then ever. Maybe not better then ever, but you get the point...

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  15. Mets-Yankees: Mets Suffer Second-Worst Shutout Loss in Team History

    If you didn’t watch today’s game between the New York Mets and New York Yankees, I envy you. I am a baseball junkie, I love to just watch the game; Any two teams at any time...

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  16. New York Mets Rebound from Friday Night's Debacle, Beat Yankees 6-2

    Fernando Nieve tossed 6 2/3 effective innings in his first start as a Met, Omir Santos and Gary Sheffield added home runs and the Mets defeated the Yankees 6-2 at the new Yankee Stadium Saturday afternoon...

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  17. Gone but Not Forgotten: 10 Players We Have Lost in Sports

    When tragedy strikes the world of sports, it always leaves an everlasting imprint in our lives. No matter if we cheered the player, booed the player or hated the player, we always respected the player...

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  18. What's Stinks In Here? Oh, It's The New York Mets!

    If Gil Hodges were alive tonight he’d be rolling in his grave. Even Casey Stengel would have been dumbfounded if he were around to see the end of tonight’s game...

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  19. Drop Heard 'Round New York

    There really isn’t much I can say about tonight’s heart breaking loss to the New York Yankees. Actually there really is a lot to say, but I won’t say it...

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  20. Another Man Down

    The New York Mets placed right-hander John Maine on the 15-day disabled list Thursday night with weakness in his shoulder, shelving another one of their key players...

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  21. Mets Lose Game in Extra Innings

    More than a few Mets fans have hoped that the generous dimensions of the new Citi Field would help electrify the bats of Chase Utley and Ryan Howard. So far, that has not been the case...

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  22. Black Magic Man: Johan Santana Provides Fire for Rivalry Battle

    In the short term life span of Citi Field, the brand new Flushing home had yet to witness the electricity that Met fans ignited Shea with. There would be no fans aimlessly walking around the beautiful park tonight...

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  23. The 2009 New York Mets:The Inconsistency of Consistency

    Here are your 2009 New York Mets! Leading off, the short stop…Wilson Valdez? If that had been announced on opening day, it would have set a record for most confused fans in a ballpark...

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  24. Met Fans Shouldn't Fear Phils, Yanks

    To be a Met fan, you must be prepared for anything. The Mets are baseball’s Bizarro Team. They win and lose games in inexplicable fashion and they do the exact opposite of what everyone expects them to do...

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  25. Mets-Nationals: Livan Hernandez's Strong Start Backed by Early Offense

    The Mets offense exploded in the first inning this afternoon, scoring five runs before Livan Hernandez even threw a pitch. Hernandez took the ball and ran with it, shutting out the Nationals over seven innings in a 6-0 win at Nationals Park...

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