1. Terry Colllins Deserves Some Credit for Sunday Night's Win

    On Sunday May 1, a night that will be remembered by Americans for other reasons, the New York Mets pulled out a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies in a 14 inning affair...

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  2. What's Left in the Tank?: Top 15 Pitchers 35 and Over

    Just because a player is no longer 25 and out of his "prime" years does not mean his career is done, at least not anymore...

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  3. Major League Baseball: King Felix and the Top 25 Rising Pitchers Under 25

    Each year, the talent that enters Major League Baseball seems to get younger. After all, we are on the verge of seeing a player break into the majors who is barely old enough to vote for the President of the United States...

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  4. NHL Playoffs: 10 Reasons the New York Rangers Will Stun the Washington Capitals

    The Washington Capitals currently hold a two games to one lead over the New York Rangers in the first round of the Eastern Conference playoffs, but there 10 very good reasons why ...

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  5. MLB Awards for MIPs: The Most Important Players by Team

    While players like Albert Pujols, Alex Rodriguez , and Josh Hamilton are accustomed to winning MVP awards, but it doesn't mean they are the most important players for their team to win...

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  6. New York Mets: Almost Just Isn't Enough, Grab That Extra Inch

    As Keith Hernandez loves to say, "Almost only counts in horse shoes and hand grenades." In this young season, the Mets have managed to take a season of hope, with so many changes ...

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  7. New York Mets: How to Fix the Bullpen Problems

    In the early going to the 2011 season Terry Collins has had trouble managing the Mets bullpen because of the ineffectiveness of just about every pitcher in it...

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  8. 2011 MLB Draft: An Early Look at Possible Picks for the New York Mets

    There is a little over two months until the 2011 MLB draft takes place June 6th-8th. The New York Mets hold the 13th overall pick in the draft and with one of the deepest classes in recent history, the Mets plan on taking an impact prospect...

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  9. Bold Prediction: Book the New York Mets for a MINIMUM of 85 Wins

    I was a little bummed to go onto Metsblog today to see that Rich Coutinho had stole my thunder by saying he thinks the Mets are an 85 win team...

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  10. New York Mets' Top 50 Prospects: From Jenrry Mejia to Yancarlos Javier

    1. Jenrry Mejia | SP | AAA | Age – 21 | Drafted – IFA 2006 (B+) - Flashes of his plus stuff could be seen out of the bullpen, but he was extremely inconsistent which is expected from a player so young...

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  11. New York Mets and San Diego Padres Swap Former First Round Disappointments

    Darren Smith of XX1090 radio reports the New York Mets and San Diego Padres have swapped former first-round picks, with first baseman Allan Dykstra going to the Mets and pitcher Eddie Kunz going to the Padres ...

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  12. New York Mets Expose Three to Waivers Including Nick Evans

    Adam Rubin has a good source reporting the Mets have placed Nick Evans , Pat Misch and Luis Hernandez on waivers. All three players have 48 hours to either clear waivers or be claimed by another team...

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  13. New York Mets: Which Reliever Will Capture the Last Spot in the Bullpen?

    For the upcoming 2011 season the Mets have decided to carry seven relievers in the bullpen. With only a few days left until opening day the Mets have six of the spots secured by ...

    Nicholas Pugliese Written by Nicholas Pugliese about over 3 years ago 369 reads 8 comments

  14. New York Mets: 2011 Season Predictions - Jason Bay, LF

    Jason Bay | Left Field Season Predictions AVG percentage: .271 OBP percentage : .363 SLG percentage: .500 HR : 26 RBI : 87 SB : 14 2010 Numbers : .259 | ...

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  15. New York Mets: Take a Cue From the NCAA Tournament and Just Play the Games

    If there was ever a moral reason to watch sports, and not just purely for entertainment value, it is to teach you that anything can happen and there is a reason why we don't just select the winner...

    Nicholas Pugliese Written by Nicholas Pugliese about over 3 years ago 189 reads 3 comments

  16. New York Rangers General Manager Glen Sather Deserves Some Credit

    For many years, New York Rangers fans have been asking for Glen Sather's head. Despite being one of the biggest market teams out there, Sather has not been able to put together ...

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  17. New York Rangers Prospects: What Has Dylan McIlrath Been Up To?

    With the 10th pick in the 2010 NHL Draft, the Rangers selected Moose Jaw Warrior's defenseman, Dylan McIlrath, shocking mostly everybody...

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  18. NHL Preseason: New York Rangers Player Evaluations

    Offense Artem Anisimov - You can't complain about anything he has done thus far. He has played a solid game on both ends and managed to put 2 goals in the net. I am a big AA fan and I still think he makes a big jump this year...

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  19. NHL: New York Rangers Center Situation

    Currently under contract the Rangers have seven players who played center for a substantial amount of time last season. These include: Brandon Dubinsky, Vinny Prospal, Erik Christensen, Chris Drury, Artem Anisimov, Brian Boyle, and Todd White...

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  20. 2010 NHL Draft Report Card: New York Rangers

    1st Round – Dylan McIlarth, D | Moose Jaw Warriors (WHL) | 6’4", 212 lbs. | 4/20/92 I really do like this pick. He is a big, bruising defenseman who I think the Rangers need and have needed for the longest time...

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  21. Why Wilson Ramos and Not Fernando Martinez?

    With all the Cliff Lee rumors swirling around, all the baseball “experts” make it sound like the Twins can just have Lee if they wanted by offering a package centered around catching prospect Wilson Ramos...

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  22. A Look at Possible Rotation Trade Candidates

    1. Cliff Lee — Lee is by far the best pitcher in the group and is having a fantastic season. He had a late start to his season because of an injury, but he is already 5-3 on a really bad team with a 2...

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  23. 2010 MLB Draft Review: New York Mets, Rounds 7-10

    Seventh Round (212th) — Jeff Walters | RHP | University of Georgia | 11/6/87 | R/R | 6’3 190 lbs. This marks the fifth time Walters has been drafted in his career. He has been taken in the 24th, 47th, 30th, 17th, and now seventh rounds...

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  24. 2010 MLB Draft Candidates: Zack Cox—Third Base

    Full Name: Zack Cox College: University of Arkansas D.O.B.: 5/9/89 (21 years old) Height: 6’0 ft. Weight: 215 lbs. Bats: Left Throws: Right Position: 3B Stats: Year AB R 2B HR RBI ...

    Nicholas Pugliese Written by Nicholas Pugliese about 4 years ago 1,179 reads 0 comments

  25. MLB Draft: Top 10 No. 1 Overall Draft Picks of All Time

    With the draft on the horizon it is the perfect time to take a look back at some of baseball's all time best #1 picks. Just because someone is drafted #1 overall doesn't mean they are going to be the next best thing just look at Brien Taylor...

    Nicholas Pugliese Written by Nicholas Pugliese about 4 years ago 2,250 reads 5 comments