1. New York Mets: Fix the Mets, Fix the Mets...How To Right the Ship in Queens

    The New York Mets finally have a new general manager. Sandy Alderson was announced on Thursday as the replacement for Omar Minaya...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about 4 years ago 468 reads 3 comments

  2. 2010 MLB Year in Review: The Good, the Bad, and the Amazing

    It's been a heckuva season. We saw surprising and disappointing teams, offseason acquisitions that wound up being busts, and key injuries to key players. But summer is over, and the leaves are changing colors...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about 4 years ago 943 reads 0 comments

  3. Mr. 600: Trevor Hoffman in a World of His Own

    It took a little over three years, but Trevor Hoffman reached yet another plateau in his already Hall of Fame career on Tuesday: his 600th career save...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about 4 years ago 395 reads 0 comments

  4. Trading Spaces: Potential Trade Pieces on Display

    We sit just two weeks in front of the Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline, which occurs on July 31...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 257 reads 1 comments

  5. Half-Way Home: MLB Mid-Season Awards

    Believe it or not, the season is half over. Interleague play is over. And now, we have officially reached the All-Star break. That means, it is time for teams to decide if they are buyers or sellers as we approach the trade deadline...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 639 reads 3 comments

  6. Say 'Bye' Kid: Ken Griffey Jr. Calls It a Career

    One of the game's all-time greats called it a career on Wednesday. Ken Griffey Jr. officially announced his retirement, according to MLB.com, after 22 years in the game...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 130 reads 1 comments

  7. That Hurts: MLB Careers Derailed By Injuries

    Baseball is a grueling, unforgiving sport. But, injuries are part of the game, right? Tell that to these guys...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 839 reads 3 comments

  8. First Month Review: New York Mets Showing NL East Who's Boss

    The New York Mets are in first place. What's that? Didn't hear me? Ok...THE METS ARE IN FIRST PLACE. How's that? And what might be even more eyebrow-raising is that the Phillies are ...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 214 reads 1 comments

  9. Classic Changes: Switches for MLB All-Star Game a Hit or Miss?

    A recent report out of Major League Baseball indicates that the sport's All-Star Game will undergo minor changes beginning in 2010. These changes include: Employing the DH rule in every baseball stadium, including National League parks...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 174 reads 0 comments

  10. The Top Nine Untouchable MLB Records or Milestones

    Baseball is undoubtedly a team sport. A winning team is built upon a group of 25 men with good chemistry and sportsmanship. Double plays, solid relief, and sacrifice hits are examples of how teammates rely on each other day in and day out...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 2,109 reads 9 comments

  11. Questions in Queens: Jerry Manuel on Hot Seat?

    The 2010 Major League Baseball season is almost two weeks old, and already, there are naysayers that speculate New York Mets' skipper Jerry Manuel could be on the verge of unemployment...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  12. America's Pastime: Baseball's Most Historic Moments

    There have been lots of great moments over the course of Major League Baseball history. Heroic home runs, brilliant pitching performances, and record chasing adventures have captivated ...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 1,112 reads 1 comments

  13. MLB Opening Day 2010: News and Notes

    Well, it's official. The 2010 Major League Baseball season has begun (except for the Baltimore Orioles and Tampa Bay Rays, who will play for the first time on Tuesday)...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 361 reads 0 comments

  14. 2010 MLB Predictions: American League East

    Spring is in the air. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and baseball bats are cracking. That only means one thing...Opening Day is right around the corner...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 646 reads 1 comments

  15. Goin' up: Justin Upton's Stock on the Rise

    Justin Upton has the all the makings of the next great baseball star. He plays right field for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He's only 22 years old, but plays the game like a 30-year-old...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 260 reads 4 comments

  16. New Blood: Mets Need a Shot in the Arm

    There's hardly any doubt that the Mets franchise is in trouble. Poor play, poor management, injuries, and bad press have made this team more ridiculed that respected over the last several seasons...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 282 reads 0 comments

  17. Fantasy 2010 Preview: Rookies That Could Make an Impact in 2010

    A key strategy in any Fantasy Baseball league is to find that diamond in the rough. That young stud that has a tremendous breakout season. The rookie that makes other owners in your league say, "Man, I wish I had picked him up!"...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about over 4 years ago 531 reads 1 comments

  18. New York Mets: MLB 2010 Preview

    Much has been made about the Mets' weak off-season movement. Perhaps General Manager Omar Minaya and the rest of the Mets brass was a little hesitant to open their wallet too much? But let’s ...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 583 reads 7 comments

  19. Fantasy Baseball 2010 Preview: A Look at the Sleepers

    Superbowl. To this writer, this is a time for celebration. It means that football is all but over, and now it's time for Spring Training to take center stage...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 2,199 reads 2 comments

  20. Coyote Bite: Phoenix Continues to Impress

    Wait a second, the Phoenix Coyotes entered play on Saturday night fourth in the Western Conference? Am I reading the standing correctly? The only team ahead of them in the Pacific Division is the San Jose Sharks? There has to be an error somewhere...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 111 reads 0 comments

  21. Taking the GMAT: Gary Matthews Jr. Headed to Flushing

    Between the debacle that is Carlos Beltran's knee surgery, and watching free agent after free agent fall off the board, Omar Minaya and the New York Mets had to make some kind of move. On Friday, they did just that...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 154 reads 1 comments

  22. Pitching In: Who's Left for the Mets?

    It's safe to say the New York Mets are hoping to have better success in the 2010 regular season than they are having in the offseason. They have more losses than wins this winter, and to many Mets fan, the frustration may be just beginning...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 507 reads 13 comments

  23. Bengie Going Home: Molina Returning To Giants

    So, Bengie Molina is going to stay with the San Francisco Giants in 2010, after all. As first reported on CBS 5 Sports in San Francisco, Molina and the G-Men have agreed on a one-year $4.5 million contract...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 186 reads 4 comments

  24. Best of the Decade: Outfielders (Part Three)

    It seems hard to believe, but we are already in the year 2010. As with any new decade, it only seems fair to look back at the best players, teams, etc. of the previous 10 years...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 1,178 reads 0 comments

  25. MLB Best of the Decade: Outfielders (Part Two)

    It seems hard to believe, but we are already in the year 2010. And with any new decade, it seems only fair to look back at the best of the previous 10 years...

    Jason Lempert Written by Jason Lempert about almost 5 years ago 757 reads 1 comments