1. Jose Reyes of New York Mets Headed to Coney Island for Rehab Start

    It appears that Jose Reyes of the New York Mets may spend his final day on the disabled list in Coney Island, Brooklyn...

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  2. New York Mets: Dispelling 2011 Met Myths and Forecasting Their Second Half

    While the talking heads continue to speculate about the future teams of Carlos Beltran, Jose Reyes and Jason Isringhausen, it's time for the rest of us to get ready to watch some potentially exciting second-half baseball in Queens...

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  3. MLB 2011: How to Be the Winning and Losing Pitcher in the Same Game

    BASEBALL…OFFICIAL SCORING BLOG#10 Let’s open the 2011 season by pulling a question out of the email bag… Q: Suppose Bob is the pitcher of record when a game is suspended...

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  4. Manny Ramirez: The LAST of the Steroid/PED Era Home Run Sluggers

    History will remember Manuel Aristides (Onelcida) Ramirez as follows: "He wasn't the 'best' slugger of the Steroid/PED Era - but he was the last of them." A-Rod's juicing days have been over for a few years...

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  5. March Madness: Why is Precision Technology NOT Used During the NCAA Tournament?

    I had to read Paul Newberry's article TWICE through before I could fully comprehend it. Precision Timing — a technology that stops the game clock when officials blow their ...

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  6. Luis Castillo Era Is Over: Mets Second Baseman Asks Out of Flushing

    According to Ed Coleman from WFAN, as well as ESPN's Adam Rubin , Luis Castillo has asked for and just received his release from the Mets...

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  7. NCAA Friday Night Upset: How Long Island Can Beat North Carolina

    I know, I know. When you looked up Long Island University the first time for 2011 NCAA March Madness, you read that: A. The Blackbirds won the automatic bid of the Northeast Conference—a league ranked 18th in the RPI, B...

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  8. New York Mets: Dear Daniel Murphy, It's Time to Find Another Position—Again

    The latest news out of Port St. Lucie is that Luis Hernandez has won the job at second base and is manager Terry Collins' choice to be the Opening Day starter...

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  9. Mid-Major Voters to MAAC: Lose, Then Don't Play If You Want "IN" Our Poll

    Despite exiting the 2011 Spark Energy Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament early, Fairfield (24-7) remains the only MAAC team in this week's CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25 Poll ...

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  10. March Madness: Saint Peter's Peacocks Ready To Defend in the Windy City

    The gathering of the Peacock Nation in Jersey City was thrilled beyond belief when "Saint Peter's" finally danced across the projection screens showing the NCAA Selection Show on CBS...

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  11. Johan Santana's Season vs. Anonymous Chatter

    The buzz in New York this morning is that Johan Santana's season is in jeopardy for the Mets. Steve Popper and Bob Klapisch of the Bergen Record penned the story which appeared on the NorthJersey...

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  12. NCAA Selection Sunday: St. Peter's Party on JFK Boulevard!

    As one of three NYC metro area men's basketball teams headed to the NCAA Division I Men's Basketball Tournament, Saint Peter's College is set to host their very own selection show party starting at 6 pm tonight on campus...

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  13. NCAA Tournament 2011: 3 Selection Sunday Parties in New York City!

    NCAA Selection Sunday is here, and for the first time in a long time there are three NYC metro area men's basketball programs that will be watching this year's selection show with interest...

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