1. David Wright Becomes Youngest New York Met To 1,000 Hits

    David Wright became the youngest ever New York Met to reach 1,000 hits on Tuesday night when he lined an RBI single to right field off the Dodgers Ramon Troncoso in the fifth inning of the second half of a twi-night doubleheader...

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  2. Citi Field: Your Guide to the Home of the New York Mets

    Now in its second season, Citi Field finally feels a little nit more like the home of the Mets. For fans who went to games there last year, it was nice and it had that new ballpark smell, but something was missing...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about 4 years ago 2,380 reads 5 comments

  3. CBS Fantasy League: Week Three Update and Standings

    We’re now three weeks into the fantasy baseball season, and my team is languishing in eighth place. My perceived strengths have turned out to be my weaknesses, and what I thought ...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about 4 years ago 135 reads 1 comments

  4. Baseball's Top 10 Young Studs Likely To Throw a No-Hitter

    Colorado's 26-year-old Ubaldo Jimenez became the first Rockie in franchise history to throw a no-hitter when he silenced the bats of the hot-hitting Atlanta Braves over nine dazzling innings...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about 4 years ago 1,987 reads 35 comments

  5. Heat-Celtics: Dwyane Wade Drops 46 Points on Boston As Miami Wins Game Four

    When the Boston Celtics called a timeout with 9:13 to play in the fourth quarter of Game Four, Dwyane Wade was busy shouting at his right hand as he jogged back up the court after nailing ...

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  6. Streaky Jason Bay Will Soon Explode But Will Jerry Manuel Be There When He Does?

    To say Jason Bay has had a fairly quiet start to his time as a Met would be an understatement. The prized offseason acquisition has been as good as invisible in the heart of Jerry Manuel's lineup, struggling to find his groove at the plate...

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  7. Exposing Major League Baseball's 10 Most Unhittable Pitches

    As a hitter, there's no feeling in baseball worse than knowing you are at the plate to face a man you know will dominate you with just one pitch...

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  8. Seattle Sounders Took MLS by Storm in '09, but will 2010 Bring More of the Same?

    The Seattle Sounders are a strange team. They’re a riddle locked in a conundrum, a puzzle wrapped around a quandary, an enigma of what-ifs and maybes. Take last season as an example...

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  9. David Wright, New York Mets Should Be Worried about Worst Start in 18 Years

    The New York Mets are off to their worst start in 18 years following Chris Iannetta’s walk-off blast at Coors Field Wednesday night. So much for that fast start to 2010 that everyone was calling for...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 675 reads 4 comments

  10. Setting the Table: The MLB's Top 10 Leadoff Hitters in 2010

    The leadoff spot in baseball is one of the most important slots on a manager's lineup card. The guy at the top of the order is expected to get on base, move into scoring position, and score runs...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 4,402 reads 6 comments

  11. Mets on the Mound: Previewing New York's Starters Against the Nationals

    After an Opening Day victory against the Florida Marlins, the Mets dropped the following two games to start the season 1-2. With the exception of last night, the team showed that it is capable of scoring runs...

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  12. Man United-Bayern Munich: Rating United After Champions League Defeat

    After 41 breathtaking minutes, Manchester United led a deflated Bayern Munich team 3-0 in the second leg of their UEFA Champion's League quarterfinal...

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  13. Rest? Who Needs Rest? Start Johan Santana Every Fifth Day Without Fail

    When you evaluate the Mets chances of seriously challenging the Philadelphia Phillies in the National League East this year, what is the biggest obstacle they need to overcome? While ...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 453 reads 7 comments

  14. Opening Day 2010 in Pictures: America's National Pastime Is Back

    Forget the rhetoric about the smell of freshly-cut grass or the sight of newly-painted white lines, Opening Day is all about one thing...Baseball...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 767 reads 1 comments

  15. Opening Day in Pictures: The New York Mets Ride Johan Santana To 7-1 Win

    It's Opening Day for 26 teams around Major League Baseball. Among those teams with players lacing up their cleats for the first time this season is the New York Mets...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 437 reads 2 comments

  16. Opening Day: Grading the New York Mets in 7-1 Win Over Florida Marlins

    It's Opening Day around baseball, and the New York Mets can finally put the disappointments of 2009 behind them...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 316 reads 12 comments

  17. New York Mets: Just How Much Do They Miss Jose Reyes and Carlos Beltran?

    The New York Mets will start the 2010 baseball season with two of their most influential hitters on the DL...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 340 reads 1 comments

  18. Why Nelson Figueroa Needs to Be on the New York Mets' 25-Man Roster in 2010

    Nelson Figueroa got his final tune-up of the spring on Wednesday against the Florida Marlins, as he took the mound to fight for his big league career...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 311 reads 3 comments

  19. 2010 Fantasy Baseball: "Five Tool Studs" Live Draft Recap and Analysis

    For those of you who have been following my baseball coverage here on Bleacher Report, you'll know that I am the commissioner of a fantasy baseball league on CBSSports.com, one of B/R's key partners...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 521 reads 2 comments

  20. The New York Mets All-Time Defensive Team: Keith Hernandez, Endy Chavez, Carlos Beltran Lead the Way

    The New York Mets were blessed with one of the best defensive players to ever pick up a glove when they traded Neil Allen and Rick Ownbey to the St. Louis Cardinals back in 1983...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 146 reads 17 comments

  21. 2010 Fantasy Baseball League: Five-Tool Studs Up and Running, Come and Get Yours

    Ah, fantasy baseball. Where real life combines with make belief in a beautiful fusion of mixed allegiances and sporting know-how with bragging rights on the line...

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  22. New York Mets: Fernando Martinez Hits Third Spring Home Run Against Boston

    The Red Sox may have been decked in green uniforms to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, but it was the Mets who apparently had the luck of the Irish with them today...

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  23. Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda: The Top 10 New York Mets Who Never Lived Up To the Hype

    The New York Mets have a history of over-evaluating prospects, of hyping up their rookies and top draft choices...

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  24. Mike Pelfrey, Mike Jacobs Looking Good in New York Mets Spring Training

    Just hours after the news about Jose Reyes' pending stint on the DL filtered down to the players at Tradition Field, it was business as usual as spring training continued in earnest...

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  25. Fantasy Baseball: The Implications at Shortstop After Jose Reyes' Injury

    News today out of New York Mets camp has Jose Reyes missing between two and eight weeks to allow his thyroid levels to return to normal. He will almost certainly miss Opening Day, and he could be out until June...

    Ash Marshall Written by Ash Marshall about over 4 years ago 352 reads 0 comments