1. Miami Dolphins Sign Ex-New York Jet Marques Douglas, Will It Haunt Jets?

    Marques Douglas was not exactly a household name on the Jets top-ranked defense last season, but he was an underrated defensive end who doesn't light up the sack column but is a solid contributor to the running game...

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  2. MLB Trade Rumors: Five Pitchers the New York Mets Could Target

    Having missed out on acquiring the services of Cliff Lee, the Mets will turn to the best of the rest among potential trade targets as they look for an in-season acquisition to help boost them to their first postseason berth in four years...

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  3. New York Jets Training Camp: Top Five Training Camp Position Battles

    No team has created more of a buzz going into the 2010 season than last year's playoff darlings, the New York Jets. I thought now is a good time to preview some of the position battles in training camp this year...

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  4. New York Jets: 2010 Game-By-Game Predictions

    After a fine first season under rookie head coach Rex Ryan and rookie quarterback Mark Sanchez that culminated with the Jets falling just short of a Super Bowl appearance, it's safe to say that the Jets won't be sneaking up on anybody in 2010...

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  5. HBO Hard Knocks: What to Expect From New York Jets Training Camp

    On August 11th, HBO's football reality series, "Hard Knocks" will begin its seventh season and for the first time in team history will feature the New York Jets...

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  6. New York Mets Top Prospect Jenrry Mejia Finally Optioned To Minors

    Jerry Manuel finally loosened his grip on the development of top pitching prospect Jenrry Mejia, following the Mets 4-0 loss in the Subway Series finale on Sunday, allowing the 20-year-old to return to AA Binghamton to become a starting pitcher again..

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  7. New York Mets Stay Hot on the Road as They Head to Showdown with Yankees

    Last month, after the Mets won two of three against the Yankees at Citi Field, a lot of my Yankees-fan friends said similar things with the same general notion. "Oh, it’s just two games, it doesn’t matter...

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  8. New York Mets: Home Is Where the Heart Is for Their Homegrown Stars

    Fresh off the heels of rookie Jon Niese’s near-perfect one-hit complete game shutout, the Mets head to Baltimore tonight to resume interleague play...

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  9. 2010 MLB Draft: Looking at a Few Possible Targets for the Mets

    The MLB First Year Player Draft is a beast unlike any other compared to the drafts in the other major pro sports...

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  10. Jets Ready to Go, But Why Can't Dolphins Keep Us Out of Their Mouths?

    The New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins. Two AFC East rivals who have played some of the most memorable games in NFL history. They have a lot in common, especially now and in recent years...

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  11. Will Kendry Morales's Injury Be the Death Of the Walk-Off Celebration?

    OK, so here’s one you don’t see every day. Today in the Angels/Mariners game in Anaheim, Angels first baseman Kendry Morales hit a walk-off grand slam in the bottom of the 10th to win the game 5-1 for L...

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  12. New Starters' Attitudes and Unique Pitches Provide Breath Of Fresh Air For Mets

    It's amazing we're just now approaching Memorial Day Weekend, the end of baseball season's first two months. The Mets have played 48 games. Six away from reaching the one-third mark of the regular season...

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  13. As The Minaya Era Hits Year Six, Mets Wondering Why 2010 Feels Like 2004

    July 30, 2004 is a day that lives in infamy for Mets fans of my generation. The Mets were six games out of a playoff spot, not exactly contenders, but not exactly out of it. So, they decided to become buyers at the deadline...

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  14. A Subway Series Comparison: Mets and Yankees

    New York’s two franchises had remarkably different 2009 seasons. The Yankees, with their shiny new free agent additions in Mark Teixeira, C.C. Sabathia, and A.J...

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  15. Losing Out on John Wall and Evan Turner May Be Blessing in Disguise for Nets

    The Nets went into the NBA Draft Lottery with the best chance of any team to get the No. 1 overall pick in the 2010 NBA Draft, and presumably the right to draft Kentucky guard John Wall...

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  16. Five Moves the New York Mets Must Make to Become Contenders

    Former Mets first baseman and current television analyst, Keith Hernandez has said a few times during the course of the season that a team is never as good as they look during a hot streak, and is never as bad as they seem to be during a cold streak...

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  17. Revis, Mangold: Young Jets Stars Hoping for Long-Term Deals

    Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has been a phenom since the Jets traded up to draft the former Pittsburgh Panther in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft...

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  18. New York Mets Call Up Carter, but Other Moves Must Be Made

    The New York Mets finally made an overdue roster move late Monday night, when utility man Frank Catalanotto was designated for assignment to make room for Chris Carter...

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  19. Analyzing 10 Moves New York Mets Fans Wanted But Never Received

    It's hard being the younger, less tradition-rich franchise in the city that never sleeps. Despite the memories of some of the greatest moments in big league history, the New York Mets ...

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  20. Jets Training Camp: A Position by Position Look at Gang Green

    No team has created more of a buzz going into the 2010 season than last year's playoff darlings, the New York Jets...

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  21. Streaking New York Mets Head To Philly To Exorcise Demons of Seasons Past

    What a whirlwind first four weeks of the 2010 season the Mets have had in April. You could argue that no team in the National League felt more pressure to get off to a hot start out of the gate than the Mets...

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  22. 2010 MLB Predictions: National League East Preview

    The National League East is a beast unlike any other to Mets fans such as myself. As a kid growing up, it was the Atlanta Braves who were the team to beat, thanks to a ridiculous stretch ...

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  23. Is Brandon Marshall a Fit for the Jets? Not in a Million Years

    This article is a warning to all 32 teams in the NFL—including the Broncos and any other team that has had internal discussions to acquire volatile wide receiver Brandon Marshall...

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  24. Meet the 2010 Mets: Predicting the New York Mets' Opening Day Roster

    Today, the Mets played their first official spring training game, beating the Braves 4-2. While the score of the game and the wins and losses are irrelevant, it sure is nice to see ...

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  25. Spring Training 2010: Where Do the Mets Go From Here?

    If you're a New York Mets fan like I am, you've got to be thick-skinned. It's hard enough when you see your entire 40-man roster fall apart at the seams due to injuries, but it's even ...

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