1. 2010 MLB All-Star Game: The Streak Is Broken

    That statement is not in reference to Joe DiMaggio’s hitting streak. For the first time since 1996, the National League won the All-Star Game. I didn’t watch the first half, but David Wright went 2-2...

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  2. Jeff Francoeur: An Intriguing Character

    I have seen a lot of posts on Twitter this year about Jeff Francoeur—about how terrible he is and how he should never play another game. I always find a way to defend him, if possible...

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  3. LINK: New York Mets Will Win N.L. East (Humor)

    Another link, this time courtesy of Randy Medina over at ReadTheApple, who writes humorous things about the Mets (or their current opponent) six days a week (not Sunday)...

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  4. Carlos Beltran Finally Returns To Mets Lineup

    The Mets announced today that Carlos Beltran will start on Thursday against the Giants and hit cleanup, barring any other injury. To make room for Beltran on the roster, the Mets sent down Jesus Feliciano...

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  5. MLB: Desperation Time for the Mets' Bullpen

    With Cliff Lee out of the picture, it is looking like the Mets are going to stick with their squad for the rest of the season (fingers crossed for the return of Ty Wiggington)...

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  6. LINK: Reyes humor

    nother link, this time courtesy of Randy Medina over at ReadTheApple, who writes humorous things about the Mets (or their current opponent) six days a week (not Sunday)...

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  7. Johan Santana Rocks the Stadium as New York Mets Win Game Two

    Johan Santana hit a home run, which said he was in it to win it. He showed that by pitching a complete game shutout, throwing 113 pitches. He gave up only three hits, and I am glad to see him at his old form...

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  8. Umpiring Is a Joke, So Are Rules

    Mets fans who didn’t know it tonight found out that this year, umpires are jokes. Plain and simple. I have not seen a bigger joke my entire life, and hopefully won’t the rest of my life...

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  9. Another Game Blown: Reds 8, Mets 6

    Jerry Meals is probably being given a free meal by the Reds. Is that an overreaction statement? Yes. Does he deserve it? Yes. Mike Pelfrey did not have his greatest game tonight, but the wheels came off in the fifth inning...

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  10. New York Mets Send David Wright, Jose Reyes To MLB All-Star Game

    The Mets will send two players to the All-Star Game, however neither of them are named Mike Pelfrey or R.A. Dickey. David Wright and Jose Reyes will represent New York in Anaheim. Wright is hitting ...

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  11. Mets Try to Rebound, Hope to Split Against Nats

    The Mets had an excellent opportunity to guarantee at least a series split, maybe even a series win last night, but Francisco Rodriguez couldn’t hold it for them. He, along with the Mets, try to rebound...

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  12. What the Frank, Mets lose 6-5

    Really Francisco Rodriguez ? Really? How? Well the Mets were up 5-3 going into the 9th. And K-Rod did what K-Rod does best, give Mets fans a heart attack. Except he went further and blew the game...

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  13. Stephen Strasburg's Big Apple Debut: New York Mets vs. Washington Nationals

    Finally, New York fans get to see Stephen Strasburg. I have been waiting a while to see him face the Mets MAJOR league team. I actually saw his last minor league start against the Buffalo Bisons...

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  14. Stephen Strasburg Humor

    Another link, this time courtesy of Randy Medina over at ReadTheApple, who writes humorous things about the Mets(or their current opponent) six days a week(not Sunday)...

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  15. Mets Win Game 2 Over Nats in ART

    http://mymetsjournal.blogspot.com/2010/07/almost-gave-it-away.html?spref=tw Joe Petruccio has done an EXCELLENT job this year on recording each game in art afterwards. Check it out! Flushing Baseball Daily reporter, Tyler Moore...

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  16. New York Mets Sign Brian Bruney

    Remember Brian Bruney? He is well known in New York for his comments about Francisco Rodriguez last year. If you don’t remember, this is basically what happened: After K-Rod blew ...

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  17. New York Mets Dominate Around Jon Niese, Win 5-3

    Alex Cora and Jon Niese, I tell you. I actually missed tonight’s game, but was watching updates, and when I heard Cora hit a bases-clearing triple, I had to see how legit it was...

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  18. Link; Carlous Beltran Humor

    Well, time for another link. This time, courtesy of Randy Medina, who 6 days a week (not Sundays), posts humorous things in regards to the Mets. This time the topic is Carlos Beltran ...

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  19. New York Mets at Washington Nationals Game Two Preview

    Last night, the Mets got a STELLAR start from Johan Santana, but still lost. Tonight they ask the same of Jon Niese and hope to take game two from the Nationals in Washington D.C. Courtesy of NewYorkMets on Twitter here: http://twitter...

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  20. Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling Are Baseball's Best Broadcast Team

    Since SNY came into existence, I’ve felt it had the best broadcasting team ever. With Gary Cohen as the play-by-play man and Keith Hernandez with Ron Darling handling color commentary, they have such great chemistry...

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  21. LINK: Mets Lose First to Nats in Art

    http://mymetsjournal.blogspot.com/2010/07/not-again.html?spref=tw Joe Petruccio has done an EXCELLENT job this year on recording each game in art afterwards. Check it out! Flushing Baseball Daily reporter, Tyler Moore...

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  22. New York Mets Waste Stellar Start by Johan Santana, Lose 2-1

    I felt confident in this game. That is until I realized Willie Harris was on third base with one out in the bottom of the 9th. Harris always seems to be the one that makes the Mets lose, whether it be on defense or offense...

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  23. New York Mets: Derrek Lee or Ike Davis?

    Well, quite a night. Was on Twitter when I saw an interesting Tweet. @FireJerryManuel on Twitter here: https://twitter...

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  24. New York Mets TWITTER: Lineup for Game 1 vs Nats

    The New York Mets are coming off of a series loss against the Marlins in Puerto Rico, but they did win the final game. Now they head to Washington D.C. on little rest for a four-game series against the Nationals...

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  25. David Wright in June

    At the end of May, David Wright was hitting .258 with eight homers and 34 RBI. In the month of June, he almost doubled the homers and RBI. At the end of June, he is hitting .311 with 14 home runs and 63 runs batted in...

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