1. Do the Mets Have Bullpen Answers?

    The bullpen in Flushing, New York has been subject to a lot of finger pointing over the years. But with names like Jose Reyes, David Wright, and Carlos Beltran at the top of the order, ...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about over 5 years ago 107 reads 2 comments

  2. Walk It Off Kid

    After lasts night devastating defeat the Mets looked to veteran, and future Hall of Famer Pedro Martinez, to regain momentum. Rookie Micah Hoffpauir made, what could have been Pedro's last start as a Met, less than ideal...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 839 reads 0 comments

  3. Sports Worst Fanbases

    After getting in a long drawn out fight with a good friend and a former roommate, who unfortunately roots for a team I will announced last in this article, I decided to rank the top ten worst fan bases in all of sports...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 724 reads 5 comments

  4. So You Think You're Special...

    What is it with Yankee fans? They carry themselves in a manner like no other. They taunt, boo, and cheer, louder and more frequently than any one else. They have their own television station...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 129 reads 0 comments

  5. Switching Leagues and This Years Awards.

    The trade deadline was very active this year, and loyalty to ones team or even one's league were not the priority. Jason Bay, Xavier Nady, Manny Ramirez, Rich Harden, and CC Sabathia were just some of the names that hopped leagues...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 159 reads 0 comments

  6. Winter's Up Next, What US Needs to Win Medal Count

    The 2002 Winter Olympics Games in Salt Lake City, suddenly made the United States a contender in the Winter Events. While the US have long since, dominated the summer games, its been held it bay every other four years...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 179 reads 3 comments

  7. Mets and Phillies: Can't We All Get Along... Until The NLCS?

    At this point in the season the Phillies and Mets are poised to both make the playoffs. Yet, the two teams remain beating up on each other in the media—Bleacher Report is certainly a good example of that...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 497 reads 9 comments

  8. New York Mets To Add a Psych Ward to Citi Field

    After watching what should have been two errors in the second inning of last night's Mets-Braves game in Atlanta, a storm of issues come to mind. I am a firm believer that last year's collapse was mostly mental...

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  9. Imagine If All Your Players Had Career Years.... 2001 Mariners.

    The 2001 Oakland Athletics finished the year 102-60, .630, and 14.0 games back... What happened here??? Well, the Mariner's made history is what happened going 116-46, a ridiculous ...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 349 reads 0 comments

  10. New York Mets' Bullpen Has No Easy Answers for 2009

    As every Met fan now knows, Billy Wagner ain't coming back. Not this year and probably not next year. Billy was the saving grace of what is just a bad bullpen. While I stood up for these players after they did well in 2006, it's now September of 2008...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 49 reads 1 comments

  11. Mets Savior: Mike Pelfrey

    As the Mets made their turn around this season and joined the playoff hunt, two names come to mind quickly. Carlos Deldago and Jerry Manuel. Delgado's resurgence has been of much value to the team...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 86 reads 2 comments

  12. Major Baseball Awards For 2008

    The 2008 regular season is nearly over, and one can't help but start thinking about these big awards and who might be winning them...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 429 reads 1 comments

  13. New York Mets Can Learn a Few Things from the Philadelphia Phillies

    For the second straight September, the Phillies have a recent and small lead over the New York Mets. The two teams have rejuvenated their rivalry in a new era of the NL East that doesn't feature ...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 611 reads 8 comments

  14. "Johan Santana Must Win"... Sound Familiar??

    As I write this Johan Santana is getting ready for his 32nd start in a Met uniform. And like the last 31 it comes as a "must win". This one in particular comes after eight of his fellow staff-mates have just been in use...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about 6 years ago 91 reads 0 comments

  15. Endy Chavez is Baseball's Best Kept Secret

    Last night, in a 1-0 loss to the lowly Washington Nationals, the Mets watched another corner outfielder go down. This event has become quite routine for the team from Queens...

    Ben Currie Written by Ben Currie about over 6 years ago 281 reads 0 comments