1. Satire: New York Mets: Opening Day Predictions 2011

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 3 years ago 320 reads 22 comments

  2. New York Mets: Wilpons in Serious Trouble, Will Get No More Money from MLB

    The Wilpons may be forced to sell the Mets as early as this season. The New York Times reported yesterday that Major League Baseball will not loan any more money to the New York Mets ...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 3 years ago 439 reads 0 comments

  3. New York Jets in Playoffs: Jets Fans Optimistic...or Not?

    So what do Jets fans think? We lost to the Bears, but made the playoffs thanks to Washington beating the Jaguars . Everything about this team is conditional and impossible to predict...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about almost 4 years ago 408 reads 1 comments

  4. Shaun Ellis Angered by Rex Ryan's Postgame: Jets Locker Room Under Pressure

    Rex Ryan is losing his team. Apparently Rex didn't spare his defense any share of the blame for the team's second straight devastating loss despite holding the Dolphins to 10 points and only one first down in the second half...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about almost 4 years ago 937 reads 6 comments

  5. No Touchdowns Against Patriots, Packers and Ravens: Jets Offense Is a Problem

    The Jets have one of the best defenses and running games in the league, but until Mark Sanchez can make defenses respect him, the Jets' strengths won't matter...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about almost 4 years ago 603 reads 10 comments

  6. Devastating Hits, Suspension and the Story Behind the New NFL Policy: CTE

    Former safety for the New Orleans Saints , Gene Atkins, can't repeat the months of the year in order to a doctor, at the age of 41...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about 4 years ago 297 reads 9 comments

  7. A New York Mets Satire: So What if Our Closer Is in Jail?

    The Mets adopted an unusual strategy for dealing with reporters' inquiries about K-Rod's arrest for assault last night. Normally reserved and bashful David Wright sarcastically told reporters, "I'm surprised, K-Rod is such an even-tempered guy...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about 4 years ago 220 reads 0 comments

  8. New York Mets Poll: If Playoffs Start Tomorrow, What's The Rotation?

    If the Mets somehow made the playoffs and they started tomorrow, what do you think the rotation should be? My pick is Santana, RA Dickey, and Niese, with Pelfrey there if anyone gets in trouble...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about 4 years ago 136 reads 1 comments

  9. Bobby Ojeda Criticizes Mets Jerry Manuel in SNY Post-Game Show

    After the Mets were swept last night by the Diamondbacks, SNY Mets post game co-host Bobby Ojeda issued several loud criticisms of Mets Manager Jerry Manuel...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about 4 years ago 876 reads 14 comments

  10. Why Mets K-Rod is Struggling According To ESPN's Mark Simon

    According to ESPN writer Mark Simon, what has made K-Rod so devastating in his career has been his combination of very effective breaking balls and change-ups in two-strike counts...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 267 reads 2 comments

  11. First Half Finale: Mets Take on Braves for First Place

    The Mets have given us a great first half. They've risen to every challenge they've faced this year and have shown us some serious chemistry, character, and toughness. David Wright shook off his strikeout problem and emerged an MLB leader in RBI...

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  12. "The Decision" Jim Gray's Idea, Publicity Disaster for Lebron James and Agent

    LeBron James decision to play with the Miami Heat was a better one than his decision on how to announce it. ESPN's exclusive broadcast of Lebron James' choice, "The Decision," was not Lebron's idea...

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  13. Beltran's Return: Good Or Bad?

    The Mets are red hot. They are a different team, with new players that believe in themselves and each other, and this chemistry makes them a very tough club to beat...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 275 reads 9 comments

  14. Is Citi Field Making Better Hitters of the Mets?

    It's obvious that the Mets are on a hot streak hitting. They scored over 30 runs in a three game series with Cleveland, and last night they put together eight runs in the third inning of a 14 run game...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 101 reads 0 comments

  15. John Maine or Hisanori Takahashi In New York Mets Rotation?

    Since John Maine left the rotation for the DL, the Mets have led the league in wins, going 19-5. Why? The rotation leads the league during the same stretch of time with the lowest earned run average...

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  16. Citi Field and the Best Home Record in Baseball

    There appear to be two factors in the Mets' home success and road failure. First, they just aren't scoring runs on the road (47 percent fewer runs). Second, Mets pitchers are giving up 58 percent fewer home runs at Citi Field than on the road...

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  17. New York Mets' Oliver Perez Walks Away from Baseball, Opens Hair Salon (Satire)

    I'm hoping that Ollie Perez decides to walk (pun intended) away from baseball to open a hair salon so he can carve fancy lightening bolts in my sideburns, like he does with his. He could charge $36 million dollars for a haircut...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 498 reads 8 comments

  18. Cheat-a-Delphia: Win If You Can, Lose If You Must, But Always, Cheat

    Remember how the Phillies got caught spying on the Rockies catcher with binoculars? Well, that's nothing compared to the apparent "home version" of how they cheat at Citizens Bank Park...

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  19. New York Mets Pitching Smokes Yankee Bats in Game Two: Great Game, Tough Season

    It's difficult to get excited about the Mets these days, and I'm not going to take the bait of a single great night of baseball and build it into a fantasy about how good this team may be...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 86 reads 1 comments

  20. David Wright: Four Factors Impacting His Hitting This Year

    There appear to be four factors impacting David Wright's hitting: his "pressing," Citi Field, getting beaned, and his uppercut swing...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 274 reads 5 comments

  21. It Takes Strength To Be A Mets Fan, Being a Yankee Fan Is... Easy

    The Yankees are coming to Flushing this weekend, and our Mets are in great shape to lose each game by 10 runs a piece. We do have a struggling ball club...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 277 reads 5 comments

  22. Surprise! We Dont Suck! 10 Signs Of the Mets Strength After 11 Games

    Despite being 4-8 and having lost the first three series, there are many signs that this Mets team will not only avoid a years-end collapse, as I thought would happen, but be able to give the better teams in the league a run for it...

    Gregory Jerome Written by Gregory Jerome about over 4 years ago 132 reads 8 comments