1. Could a Solution to Mets' Problems Lie North of the Border?

    The Mets continue to toil in mediocrity, sitting one game below .500, while a large chunk of talent sits idle on the disabled list...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about 5 years ago 404 reads 6 comments

  2. Mets Take Advantage of Baltimore Miscues in 6-4 Win

    Once again defensive mistakes have majorly impacted the outcome of a New York Mets game. This time the Mets got the benefit and defeated the Baltimore Orioles, 6-4. Neither team had recorded a hit before the first big error...

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  3. Hernandez Complete Game Just What the Doctor Ordered for Ailing Mets

    Livan Hernandez couldn't have picked a better time to throw the New York Mets' (25-20) first complete game of the season. After a tough West Coast road trip and a string of injuries, the Mets could use a break...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about 5 years ago 92 reads 2 comments

  4. Carlos Beltran, New York Mets Walk-Off with Big Win, 4-3

    Monday night's ugly loss to the Atlanta Braves wiped away all the momentum from the New York Mets' previous seven game winning streak. The Mets may have gained that momentum back with a come-from-behind extra inning victory on Tuesday night...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about over 5 years ago 88 reads 6 comments

  5. Gary Sheffield Signed by the Mets: Bad Idea

    The New York Mets have reached an agreement with free agent DH Gary Sheffield. The 40-year-old was released by the Detroit Tigers last week. Yes, you read that right, Sheffield is a DH...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about over 5 years ago 119 reads 5 comments

  6. Division Debate: Offseason Moves Push Mets' Bullpen Past Phillies

    The New York Mets had the best bullpen in the National League in 2006. Coincidentally (or not), that was the last time they reached the postseason. Then, the bullpen went into a tailspin, finally hitting rock bottom last season...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about over 5 years ago 204 reads 11 comments

  7. Derek Lowe Signs With Braves: So What's Next For Mets?

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is reporting that the Braves have reached an agreement with Derek Lowe on a four-year $60 million contract...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about over 5 years ago 360 reads 4 comments

  8. New York Mets Sign Francisco Rodriguez

    The New York Mets and pitcher Fransisco Rodriguez have agreed on a three-year contract worth $37 million. Rodriguez will need a physical examination to complete the deal. It includes an option for a fourth year worth $14 million dollars...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about over 5 years ago 89 reads 5 comments

  9. Omar Minaya Goes to Work As MLB's Winter Meetings Get Underway

    Major League Baseball's Winter Meetings officially kicked off on Monday morning. General Managers, executives, and player agents converged on the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas, NV to discuss contracts and trades...

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  10. New York Mets: A Look Ahead to 2009, Part I

    The MLB hot stove is heating up. At midnight, when the calendar turns to Nov. 14, teams can be begin to sign free agents.At midnight, General Manager Omar Minaya and the Mets will begin perhaps their most important offseason in team history...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 737 reads 2 comments

  11. Mets' Youngsters Performing Well in Arizona Fall League

    The Arizona Fall League is a six-team league in the Phoenix area created by Major League Baseball. The purpose is to give prospects some extra playing time and hopefully accelerate their path to the majors...

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  12. Why the New York Mets Should NOT Sign Francisco Rodriguez

    The moment it was announced that Billy Wagner needed Tommy John Surgery and would likely miss the entire 2009 season (the remainder of his contract with the Mets), Mets fans began anointing Francisco "K-Rod" Rodriguez as the new closer...

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  13. Goodbye Shea: Mets Lose Final Game, Miss Playoffs

    For the second straight year, the Mets lost the final game of the season at home against the Florida Marlins. A win by the Milwaukee Brewers means that, for the second straight year, the Mets will miss the playoffs by one game...

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  14. Santana's Gem Keeps Mets' Playoff Hopes Alive

    Taking the mound on short rest Saturday afternoon, Johan Santana turned in the signature performance of his tenure with the Mets. Manager Jerry Manuel turned to his ace in a must win game and Santana responded with a complete game shutout...

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  15. Mets Turn to Santana With Season on the Line

    Johan Santana will take the mound on short rest Saturday for the New York Mets. The Mets loss on Friday night, coupled with wins by the Phillies and Brewers puts New York in a do or die situation...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 147 reads 0 comments

  16. Johan Santana Carries New York Mets to Victory

    The New York Mets turned to Johan Santana on Tuesday, in need of a win and he came through for them in a big way. The Mets came into the game in the midst of a three game losing streak, with shouts of collapse all around, trailing the Phillies by 2...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 438 reads 0 comments

  17. New York Mets Lose Fernando Tatis and NL East Lead

    The New York Mets' roller coaster of a season is headed downhill again. The Mets' offense sputtered along on Tuesday night in a 1-0 loss to the last place Washington Nationals...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 792 reads 10 comments

  18. No Collapse This Year; New York Mets Will Win NL East

    Here we sit, with 17 games remaining in the Major League Baseball season. Last year the New York Mets held a seven game lead in the National League East at this point...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 225 reads 4 comments

  19. New York Mets: September Call-Ups

    It's September, which means just one month remains in Major League Baseball's regular season. It also means that teams can expand their rosters from 25 players to a maximum of up to 40 players...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 501 reads 3 comments

  20. New York Mets Roundtable: Bullpen Blues

    After being appointed the New York Mets Community Leader here on Bleacher Report, I decided to put together a Roundtable article...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about almost 6 years ago 291 reads 4 comments

  21. Mike Pelfrey, Defense Lead Mets to Win in Pittsburgh

    After being scorched by the Pirates for six runs in a make-up game at Shea on Monday, the bullpen was able to hang onto the lead tonight in Pittsburgh. The Mets led 2-0 heading into the eighth thanks to seven shutout innings from Mike Pelfrey...

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  22. MLB's All-Overlooked Team

    Here's a list of players by position that I think have been overlooked by the majority of baseball fans so far this season...

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  23. Dan Murphy's Pinch Hit Homer Drives Mets to Third Straight Win

    Rookie Dan Murphy keeps getting the job done for the Mets. He now has 10 hits in 20 major league at-bats. After Mike Jacobs hit a two-run homer in the top of the sixth to tie the game at four, the Mets answered right back in the bottom half...

    Patrick Murray Written by Patrick Murray about 6 years ago 251 reads 0 comments

  24. David Wright's Walk-Off Homer Rescues Mets

    In the bottom of the ninth, David Wright blasted a Heath Bell slider just over the left field wall at Shea to give the Mets a five to three win...

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  25. Fernando Tatis Homers Twice, Leads Mets to 6-5 Win over Padres

    Aaron Heilman continues to struggle, and he gave the Mets a scare in the ninth inning tonight. With Billy Wagner on the disabled list, manager Jerry Manuel stated that Heilman would receive most of the save opportunities for the time being...

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