1. Omar Minaya: Offense Was Not The Team's Problem Last Year

    I figure I'd share my opinion on Minaya's comments at today's press conference. According to Metsblog, Matt Cerrone says that when questioned about any additional moves to address ...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about almost 6 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  2. Carlos Delgado Will Determine The Mets' Success in 2009

    Maybe you will call me greedy, but I think I'm just thinking smart. While this offseason began with a bang for the Mets with the signing of Francisco Rodriguez and J.J. Putz, the remainder has been a disappointment...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about almost 6 years ago 139 reads 4 comments

  3. Philadelphia: A City Obsessed

    Well, it's been quite some time since I've written here. After much distress and disappointment yet again at the end of this season, not to mention the Phillies' irritating, yet deserved, success this postseason, I needed some time to collect my thoughts.

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about 6 years ago 518 reads 10 comments

  4. In The Words Of Joe B, "Oh, The Pain"

    I have just one question: Why cant the Mets just lose normally? Why does it always have to be some extravagant, anguish filled, monumental collapse-type loss to these Phillies? But anyway, when I came to BR...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 187 reads 0 comments

  5. New York Mets Using a Very Young Lineup

    After reading the starting lineup posting from Metsblog.com at work today, it actually amazed me to look at the infielders. The entire infield was homegrown. Wright at third, Reyes at short, Reyes at second, and Evans at first...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 222 reads 0 comments

  6. July 2008 and the New York Mets: A Look at the Numbers

    Yes, the Mets have had a great July. They have potentially turned their season around. Johan is pitching great as he has done all year, Pelfrey is finally pitching the way he's been ...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 1,285 reads 1 comments

  7. Jose Reyes: Loved in NY, Hated Everywhere Else

    As I was watching the Mets-Phillies Game last night on Comcast Sportsnet, I finally decided that I will never watch the Mets on that station ever again...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 487 reads 4 comments

  8. $140 Million=1.5 All Star Selections

    Since every team in the Majors nowadays must be represented by at least one player in the All Star game, the Mets had to send someone. This has not been a problem in the recent past, with 6 players being sent to the show in '06 and 4 in '07...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 288 reads 0 comments

  9. It May Be Time for "The Kid"

    Yesterday on The Fan, Joe and Evan brought up an interesting point regarding the corner outfield spots for the New York Mets...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 263 reads 9 comments

  10. New York Mets=Unwatchable

    Well, I haven't written a Mets article for some time, and it has been for a few reasons. The most relevant, though, is for the simple reason that there is nothing left so say...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 531 reads 2 comments

  11. Strahan Retires: A Name Synonymous with the New York Football Giants

    With Michael Strahan's retirement announcement coming today, so does the end of a great era. For as long as I remember watching the Giants, Michael has been a part of the team, and for nearly every game...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 271 reads 2 comments

  12. Why the New York Mets Won't Make the Playoffs in 2008

    Abysmal. That's all that can be said about the Mets dropping a twin bill to the Atlanta Braves on Tuesday. It seems like it's back to the old ways for the Mets. Not only for this season, but historically...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 530 reads 2 comments

  13. Mets-Yankees: Has the Subway Series Lost its Luster?

    For over 10 years now, the Mets and Yankees have been playing two series against each other during regular-season play...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 466 reads 1 comments

  14. New York Mets' Aaron Heilman Struggles Again

    As this article is being written, Lee Mazzilli is giving his reaction to Aaron Heliman’s disaster of an inning in tonight’s 5-3 loss to the Nationals. Everything I had planned to speak of in this article was addressed by Mazzilli...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 590 reads 1 comments

  15. Fielding the Best Team, No matter the Cost

    The Mets made a number of roster moves yesterday which may have seemed like no-brainers, but also clearly showed their fans their commitment to fielding the best possible team...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 305 reads 0 comments

  16. New York Mets: Fielding A Winning Team, No Matter the Cost

    Prior to last night's game against the Nationals, the Mets made a number of roster moves which may seem like no-brainers, but prove that the Mets are willing to field the best possible team this year...

    Eric Brenner Written by Eric Brenner about over 6 years ago 348 reads 1 comments