1. The Second Lefty Fallacy

    Ed Ryan writes "The Mets really need a second lefty out of the bullpen". Matthew Cerrone added "i couldn’t agree more, ed . . ...

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  2. Mets Best Move: Do Nothing

    The Mets are a team of question marks. No one can really say at this point how good the current members of the team are. The question marks are many...

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  3. Omar Is Desparate: And That Should Scare Met Fans

    I feel sorry for Omar Minaya. He is in an impossible position this offseason. He has to fill holes in the lineup at catcher, left field and first base. He must upgrade the rotation and add some depth to the bullpen and the lineup...

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  4. Trading Billy Wagner: A No Brainer

    When the Mets traded former closer Billy Wagner to the Boston Red Sox, it was clear to everyone that there was only motive behind the deal: to save money...

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  5. Should Minaya Be Fired? A Look at His Track Record

    "Ownership is not happy with the direction of the team,'' chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon said before the game against Colorado...

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  6. Roy Halladay: The Albatross to Come

    Very little talk has come up about the wisdom of not only trading 4-5 top prospects for Roy Halladay, but also giving him a rumored four year, 100 million dollar contract...

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  7. Roy Halladay: Is He, Or Any Pitcher, Worth It?

    As the "Roy Halladay sweepstakes" drag on, the question about whether to deal four or five top prospects for one player keeps coming up. The Phillies in particular seem to be playing hokey-pokey with J...

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  8. How to Ruin A Star's Career

    From the NY Post: "Beltran said yesterday the bone bruise on his knee has not improved but he has begun hitting, throwing and running in a pool to strengthen the leg and try to get back on the field...

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  9. Now This Is The Worst Team Money Can Buy

    During the Mets' 11-0 loss to Atlanta on Friday, announcer Gary Cohen brought up the Mets team in 1993 that lost 103 ballgames. I was curious so I took a look at that team...

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  10. Why The Mets Are Flawed and How to Fix It

    A lot has been made of the Mets' new ballpark and how that should influence how the team is constructed. But I'm here to tell you that those arguments are idiotic. Citifield is obviously a pitcher's park...

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  11. What's Best For The Mets? To Lose

    September 19, 2006. A long time ago in the life of a Mets fan. It was the day after the Mets clinched the NL East pennant, so the day certainly brings back fond memories for Met fans. But it has additional significance...

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  12. How To Build The Mets Into Champions

    After the Mets failed in their second straight last game of the season play-in opportunity, the consensus is that changes, big changes are in the cards. So what should those changes be? Here are my votes: 1...

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  13. Another September Collapse? No, Its Not That

    With a loss on Friday, the Mets moved closer to falling out of the playoff race. Considering the Mets had a 3.5 game lead at one point in September, the inevitable comparisons to 2007's collapse will be made...

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  14. Pulling Santana: Idiocy Or Common Sense?

    On Thursday, Mets manager Jerry Manuel removed Johan Santana in the 8th inning of a 3-1 game after only 104 pitches despite the fact that he was showing no signs of getting tired or ineffectiveness...

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  15. How To Build a Winning Bullpen

    In the dog days of August, it becomes very obvious which teams are pretenders and which ones are contenders. A lot of that comes down to the effectiveness of their bullpen...

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  16. Mets Have Learned From Their Mistakes

    Coming down to the end of July, the Mets had rattled off a 10 game winning streak and had taken over first place in the NL East...

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  17. The New York Mets: Looking Ahead To '09

    At 40-42, and signs that the firing of Willie Randolph hasn't had any magical effect on the team, it makes sense to start looking ahead to next year for Met fans...

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  18. Fix Jose Reyes, and Fix the New York Mets

    The saying around the Mets the last few years has been "As Jose Reyes goes, so goes the Mets." This is one of the few truisms that actually proves to be true...

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