1. New York Mets: Power Ranking the Mets' 10 Best Moments of the 2012 Season

    The 2012 Mets ' season was certainly full of ups and downs. Despite ultimately winning just 74 games and finishing in fourth place in the NL East yet again, the Mets were still able to provide quite a few great moments for the fans to remember forever...

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  2. 5 Lessons the Mets Can Learn from the Giants' 2012 World Series Championship

    With the Giants winning the 2012 World Series by sweeping the Tigers in four games, they have now won two of the last three championships in convincing fashion...

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  3. Grading the Individual Seasons of Each Mets Position Player

    Overall, the Mets ' 74-88 season in 2012 was a mixed bag full of both good and bad moments. The first half was enjoyable as the Mets played much better than anyone expected and were contending for the Wild Card with a 46-40 record at the All-Star break..

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  4. Predicting the New York Mets' Lineup in 2 Years

    After four consecutive losing seasons and six straight seasons without a postseason appearance, the Mets have been trying to rebuild while trying to compete as much as they can...

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  5. The New York Giants' Defensive Line Is Clicking at the Right Time

    After being relatively non-existent for the first five weeks of the 2012 NFL season, the Giants ' defensive line finally woke up in a 26-3 win against the San Francisco 49ers in Week 6...

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  6. 2012 ALDS: 4 Reasons Why Yankees Starting Phil Hughes in Game 4 Is a Big Mistake

    In Game 4 of the ALDS between the Yankees and Orioles, New York will send out Phil Hughes to start against southpaw Joe Saunders. Hughes, of course, was a very highly touted prospect for the Yankees prior to his major league debut...

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  7. Chipper Jones and the 10 Greatest Third Basemen of All Time

    On October 5, the illustrious career of Larry "Chipper" Jones came to an end following the Atlanta Braves ' disappointing loss to the St. Louis Cardinals in the 2012 NL Wild Card Game...

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  8. 10 New York Mets with the Most to Prove in 2013

    As we look to the upcoming 2013 season, quite a few Mets players will have something to prove beginning in April...

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  9. New York Mets Free Agency: Updated Targets & Rumors

    As the 2012 regular season comes to an end, the Mets and general manager Sandy Alderson will have many decisions to make for the 2013 season...

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  10. Ramses Barden: 5 Reasons New York Giants WR Will Have a Breakout 2012 Season

    For the first three years of Ramses Barden 's NFL career, the opportunities were limited. Drafted by the New York Giants in 2009 out of California Polytechnic State University, ...

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  11. MLB Free Agency: 5 Players the Mets Can Sign If They Let Andres Torres Walk

    Through 51 seasons, the New York Mets have rarely had a long-term center fielder that they could build the rest of the team around...

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  12. 10 Reasons Why the Mets Cannot Afford to Trade Away Ike Davis

    With the 2012 season almost at its end, the Mets will potentially have to make a big decision whether to trade one of their left-handed hitting sluggers. One option is first baseman Ike Davis, and the other is outfielder Lucas Duda ...

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  13. 10 Mets Players with Something Very Important to Play for Down the Stretch

    For just about all of September, the Mets have been a doormat team that has helped NL postseason contenders pick up extra wins. The offense has been futile and the pitching staff can only do so much when the offense can't hit...

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  14. One Stat That Sums Up Each New York Mets Pitcher's 2012 Season

    The 2012 Mets ' pitchers have been a tale of two different pitching staffs for each of the two halves of the season...

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  15. 1 Stat That Sums Up Each New York Mets' Position Player's 2012 Season

    The 2012 Mets have been a tale of two different teams for each of the two halves of the season. They played well as overachievers in the first half by winning games in dramatic ...

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  16. R.A. Dickey and the 10 Best Individual Pitching Seasons in Mets History

    Throughout their history, the New York Mets have been more known for their pitching than their offense. They have had Hall of Fame hurlers, some of the most promising young phenoms and now have one of the greatest pitching stories ever...

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  17. New York Giants: 10 Reasons Why They Will Repeat as Super Bowl Champions

    The 2012 NFL Opening Day is finally here! NFL fans across the country have waited for this day to occur so that they can cheer for their team during its quest for a Super Bowl championship...

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  18. 10 Offseason Moves the Mets Can Make to Convince David Wright to Stay

    In the upcoming offseason, the Mets will have big decisions to make that will impact their future for years. The most pressing decision will be the probable re-signing of star third baseman David Wright ...

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  19. MLB Free Agency: 10 Ways Mets Can Improve in 2013 Without Raising the Payroll

    With such little expectations to win a lot and compete, the New York Mets surprised everyone at the start of the season by going 46-40 before the All-Star break. However, the Mets have been a very different team since the All-Star break...

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  20. New York Mets: 5 Reasons Why Mike Piazza Will Have a Big Year in 2013

    Legendary catcher Mike Piazza has not played a major league game since he played for the A's in 2007. He tried looking for a team to sign him in 2008, but no one made an offer...

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  21. 10 Ways New York Mets GM Sandy Alderson Can Regain Fans' Trust This Offseason

    At the 2012 All-Star break, the Mets were 46-40 and were trying to stay afloat in postseason contention. The team had certainly overachieved to that point with R.A...

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  22. Should the Mets Take a Chance on Melky Cabrera in the Offseason?

    After being an average outfielder with great defensive skills for most of his career, Melky Cabrera had a breakout season in 2011 with the Royals . Seemingly out of nowhere, Cabrera batted ...

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  23. The 10 Most Exciting Prospects the New York Mets Will Promote in September

    Going into the start of the 2012 season, the Mets were not expected to contend, due to a lower payroll, an unproven lineup and an inconsistent pitching staff...

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  24. New York Mets: 10 Things We Already Learned About Matt Harvey in MLB

    On July 26, the Mets ' made a big step towards their future by having one of their top prospects, Matt Harvey, make his major league debut against the Diamondbacks . That day, Harvey pitched 5...

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  25. New York Mets: David Wright Is Not the Leader the Clubhouse Needs

    When Mets ' third baseman David Wright first got promoted to the major leagues in 2004, he was a highly touted prospect and was expected to be a great player for years to come...

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