1. Grand Slam Is Too Much As Mets Lose Another

    Oliver Perez was locked into a pitchers duel with Chris Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals until the Mets bullpen finally failed them when Felipe Lopez hit a grand slam off of Raul Valdes that gave the Cards a 4-3 victory...

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  2. On Why Joel Pineiro Isn't a New York Met

    The Mets went into this past offseason with the intention of upgrading their pitching staff but came away deciding to stand pat with the five they had...

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  3. Mets-Rockies: Is Mike Pelfrey the Savior? Strong Start Helps New York Win

    The Mets beat the Colorado Rockies today behind seven shutout innings, including six strikeouts, by starter Mike Pelfrey and some offensive spark from the top of the lineup. Notes Mike Pelfrey was dealing today...

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  4. Chris Carter is Not the Answer To the Mets' Problems

    Chris Carter continued his good start this year with a huge night for the Mets’ Triple-A Buffalo squad yesterday afternoon, going 4-for-4 just a home run away from a cycle...

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  5. New York Mets Blow It in Extra Innings

    The Mets blew it. After receiving a gift run on an error by Colorado catcher Chris Iannetta in the ninth inning to tie the game, they failed to score with a pair of runners in scoring position in the 10th...

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  6. If Not John Maine, Then Who?: Analyzing the New York Mets' Rotation Candidates

    There has been a lot of talk in the streets, on talk radio, and on the interwebs today about John Maine and whether or not the Mets should keep him in the rotation...

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  7. Minor League 3B-Man Bowman Claimed by Blue Jays

    According to Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork, the Mets have lost minor league third baseman Shawn Bowman as he was claimed off waivers by the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  8. Maine's Rotation Spot in Jeopardy But Still His

    John Maine couldn’t have been much worse yesterday as he could only go three innings while surrendering a whopping eight runs...

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  9. Reyes Will Not Move to 3-Spot…Yet

    During the offseason Mets manager Jerry Manuel admitted to reporters that he was tinkering with the idea that he would use shortstop Jose Reyes in the no. 3 spot in the order this year instead of his traditional leadoff spot...

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  10. Mets Lose to Rockies in Series Opener Drop to 2-5

    The Mets needed a win today if for no other reason than to start feeling good about something, but they couldn’t get one as starting pitcher John Maine gave up eight run in just three innings...

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  11. Carlos Delgado Still Wants to Play

    According to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, former Met and current free agent Carlos Delgado said he still wants to play this year. DiComo also reported that the Mets never made an offer before his second surgery...

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  12. What Would the Optimal Mets Lineup Look Like?

    So far this season the Mets have struggled to hit with runners in scoring position, alright they’ve struggled to hit period. It has lead to a lot of discussion about their lineup...

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  13. The Mets Should Stay Away from Aaron Harang

    Nobody really knew what to expect from Aroldis Chapman this year, but so far we’ve seen him hitting triple-digets on the radar gun and he’s showed that he probably doesn’t need the minor leagues...

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  14. The Mets Ticket Office Doing A Good Job At Least

    Unless they’re talking about the new McFadden’s, Mets fans are pretty pessimistic these days. In fact according to MetsBlog the fan confidence rating is at just 21 percent...

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  15. Could the New York Mets Possibly Hold a Fire Sale This Summer?

    In a post about the top trade chips each team in the National League East has, Mike Axisa of MLBTradeRumors.com assessed the Mets...

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  16. Manuel's 'Unprepared' Comment Proves It's His Time to Move On

    With the health of their rotation in much better shape going into 2010 than it was a year ago, the Mets decided that signing Livan Hernandez was not the best move for them...

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  17. Would You Rather Play for the Mets or the Twins?

    Ian O’Connor wrote a pretty terrible column involving Johan Santana and truth serum. If you want to subject yourself to something that should be in a high school newspaper, here’s the link...

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  18. Ike Davis Isn't Getting Called-Up Soon

    The other day we looked at the Mets first base situation, it’s not pretty although Mike Jacobs did homer yesterday, but not matter how bad it gets the Mets aren’t planning ...

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  19. Mets Roster Moves: Everts DFA'd, Green DL'd, and Valdes Up

    The Mets have made three moves that are sort of tied in to each other so I’ll try to explain it in a way that makes sense. According to Adam Rubin of ESPN NY, the Mets have added left hander Raul Valdes to their bullpen...

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  20. K-Rod Causes Benches to Clear with 9th Inning Beanball

    This afternoon’s 5-2 loss to the Washington Nationals didn’t end without a stir. Trailing 5-2 with one out in the ninth Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez hit Nationals ...

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  21. Mets Lose Final Game and Series to Nationals

    The Mets dropped two out of three to the Washington Nationals as they lost 5-2 today after their ace Johan Santana gave up a first inning grand slam which proved to be too much for their offense to overcome...

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  22. Castillo Might Miss Sunday Too

    The Mets got shortstop Jose Reyes back today, but they lost their second baseman Luis Castillo, at least for one day, or so they thought...

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  23. The Mets First Base Situation

    The Mets first base situation has been murky ever since Carlos Delgado went down last season with a hip injury...

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  24. Perez K's 6 But Allows 4 Runs, Mets Lose 4-3

    Jose Reyes‘ return was the big story in Flushing today, but his return wasn’t enough as the Mets lost 4-3 to the Nationals behind a mediocre performance by lefty Oliver Perez...

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  25. Jose Reyes is Back, Tejada Sent Down

    Jose Reyes returned to the Mets lineup today but was not a factor in the offense today as he went 1-for-4 with a single...

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