1. 2010 FIFA World Cup Schedule: TV Guide for Viewers in America

    The 2010 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Friday and for fans around the globe that means a month of the best international football on the planet...

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  2. 2010 MLB Draft Reaction: New York Mets Pass on "Top" Arms, Sign Matt Harvey

    So much for the New York Mets taking the best player available in the 2010 draft. So much for them taking a collegiate bat...

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  3. B/R Exclusive: Mets Legend Mookie Wilson Remembers '86 Fondly

    Mookie Wilson is a household name in New York. He won a World Championship with the Mets in 1986 and played 10 of his 13 professional seasons in Flushing...

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  4. 2010 MLB Draft: The 10 Pitchers Who Could Make a Quick, Successful Leap to the Big Leagues

    In 1982, the New York Mets drafted a 6’2”, 190-pound kid out of Hillsborough High School in Tampa, Fla., who went by the name of Dwight Gooden. Back then, it was common practice for the Mets to draft kids straight out of high school...

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  5. 2010 MLB Draft: Analyzing Who Could Fall to the New York Mets at Seven

    The 2010 MLB draft is just around the corner, so it's time to look at how the New York Mets might approach things when they sit down in Secaucus on Monday...

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  6. Johan Santana Boasts a 0.74 ERA Over Last Five Starts, but Mets Are 1-4

    Do you know how many times Johan Santana has posted a zero for the Mets? There have been 14 times when he has not allowed a run. Not an earned run, but any run...

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  7. Revisiting the 2007 MLB Draft: Three Years on, Who Came Out on Top?

    The 2007 first year player draft was very pitcher-heavy, but with the exception of the No. 1 overall selection, some of the biggest names to come out of it were actually position players...

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  8. 2010 MLB Draft: Analyzing the Mets' Top 10 First-Round Picks of All-Time

    Baseball's 2010 draft is just one week away, and the Mets will have the seventh overall pick. After not having a first-round pick in 2009, the Mets will find themselves with a top-10 selection for the first time since 2005...

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  9. The Wheels Fly Off New York As Mets' Hisanori Takahashi, Bullpen Get Hit Hard

    Last Wednesday, Hisanori Takahashi became the only Met pitcher to go at least six shutout innings in each of his first two big league starts. Only 18 pitchers have ever accomplished this before...

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  10. Mets by the Numbers: 12 Stats About New York's Hot and Cold Offense

    Baseball is a game of statistics where numbers can prove almost anything. Already this season there are some interesting things to observe with the New York Mets, including the well-documented ...

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  11. New York Mets Pitchers Finding Success by Keeping the Ball in the Yard

    If chicks did the long ball, there's not going to be a whole lot of love if your team is squaring off against the Mets...

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  12. For the Love of Rod: Send Barajas, New York Mets, To the 2010 MLB All-Star Game

    The first round of National League All-Star votes have been counted, and as can be expected, it’s slim pickings for the Amazins...

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  13. Mets-Red Sox: The Story of the Ball That Got Through Billy Buckner's Legs

    "A little roller up along first...behind the bag. It gets through Buckner. Here comes Knight, and the Mets win it." It's a call that Mets fans have heard hundreds of times, and it's a call that never, ever gets old...

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  14. If Only They Didn't Hate Each Other: 10 Trades Between Baseball's Rivals

    We all know that there are some teams that flat out don’t like one another: the Mets and the Phillies, the Yankees and the Red Sox, the Cubbies and the Cardinals...

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  15. New York Mets Hall of Fame and Museum: Behind the Scenes

    If you thought 'Shea' was just the name of a stadium, or you don't know your Jay Payton from your Joan Payson, a trip to the New York Mets' Hall of Fame and Museum may be just what the baseball doctor ordered...

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  16. BREAKING NEWS: Former All-Star Jose Lima Dies of Heart Attack

    Former All-Star pitcher Jose Lima died of a heart attack Sunday morning, according to a news report by ESPN. Wife Dorca reportedly told ESPNdeportes...

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  17. Nike's 2010 World Cup "Write the Future" Commerical Is Amazing (VIDEO)

    For those of you that haven't seen the new, full version of Nike's 2010 World Cup commercial, here it is in all its glory...

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  18. Swing and a Miss: Examining David Wright's Strikeout Troubles

    Heading into this weekend's Subway series at home to the Yankees, David Wright will be looking to swing the type of bat that produced four RBI against Washington on Thursday, rather than the one that has seen 55 strikeouts already this year...

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  19. Base-brawl: Ranking MLB's Top 10 Individual Feuds

    There are some players in the game today who flat out don't like each other; players who take rivalries further than most. They come in all shapes and sizes, and their feuds range from the one-off minor altercation to full-out fisticuffs...

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  20. Believe in the Mets: Why New York's Comeback Victory Was So Important

    The message proudly displayed on the giant scoreboard in centerfield after Tuesday night's victory over the Nationals said it all: "We believe in comebacks...

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  21. Would You Rather: A-Rod or Nelson Cruz? Greinke or King Felix?

    Is speed more important than power? Is experience more valuable than youth? If you had to pick one man to lead your franchise, who would you choose? In this special Would You Rather: MLB Edition I take a look at some of the burning questions in the game.

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  22. Swing and a Miss: New York Mets David Wright Still Can't Put Bat on Ball

    For all the plaudits and accolades surrounding Mets third baseman David Wright, is he turning into the club's strikeout king? After going 0-for-4 with four whiffs yesterday—including ...

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  23. Walk-Off Blast: The Top 10 New York Mets Game-Winning Home Runs

    After a full season at Citi Field without a walk-off home run, the New York Mets hit two in two days against the San Francisco Giants this weekend...

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  24. Lefty Revenge: History Tells Us Johan Santana Will Come Back Stronger Than Ever

    Whatever way you want to slice and dice the Mets Sunday-night defeat in Philadelphia, there's no getting away from the fact that Johan Santana struggled. Struggled is probably the nicest word to describe his shortcomings in Citizens Bank Park...

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  25. Cheap Hits: Baseball's Top 10 Low Blows and Dirty Takeouts

    Hard slides, heavy collisions, and retaliatory pitches are as much a part of baseball as RBI singles and Cracker Jack...

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