1. MLB Veteran's Committee Picked the Wrong Joe

    The Veteran's Committee made their selection yesterday. They selected a guy named Joe who Was an All-Star 2B A former MVP A manager of several teams Once wore a Yankee uniform The problem was his last name was not Torre...

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  2. $1.5 Billion Not Enough For Mets & Yankees

    Sometimes I feel like I'm spitting in the wind with this kind of post and taht I should just write about Joel Youngblood or Edgardo Alfonzo....but today's news has the teams asking for another $450 million in bonds to pay for these new stadiums...

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  3. Enough with MLB's Veteran's Committee Already

    The Hall of Fame Veteran's Committee announces the results of their latest voting today. Popular sentiment would have this new incarnation of the committee select Ron Santo and Gil Hodges for enshrinement...

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  4. Working Out With The Captain

    I just got this from the yankees mailing list. Really dudes? This is kind of an A-Rod move don't you think? Ever dreamed of being a Yankee? Well, now you can work out like one! ...

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  5. Alex Rodriguez: As Always, He Gets It Wrong

    Poor A-Rod. He just never knows what to do. He never knows the right answer. Four years ago he got killed for saying he would play for the Dominican Republican in the unnecessary silly "World Baseball Classic" (a...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 66 reads 1 comments

  6. Rutgers Sells its Soul to Football

    This is the kind of post that gets no reaction from anyone. I'd be better off writing three paragraphs about Doug Flynn. However, this is the kind of thing I like sharing because it makes my blood boil...

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  7. Child Sports Insanity

    When Donna Campiglia learned recently that a genetic test might be able to determine which sports suit the talents of her two-and-a-half-year-old son, Noah, she instantly said, Where can I get ...

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  8. ESPN To Televise 1958 Giants Before They Were Evil PSL Sellers

    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the "Greatest Game Ever Played" ESPN will show the 1958 NFL Championship Game on Saturday December 13th at 9pm. In color! I won't spoil it for those of you who don't know who won...

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  9. Topps Salutes The Troops (Link)

    CHEERING SECTION Topps Salutes the Troops With Trading Cards By VINCENT M. MALLOZZI Published: November 30, 2008 Among the 440 cards that make up this year’s Topps N.F.L...

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  10. Daily News on Yankee Stadium $

    The Daily News is doing a great job keeping an eye on what's happening in the Bronx. First, the jobs. The Yankees are moving across the street. Does anyone really believe that 1,000 new permanent jobs will be created?Darn, I wish I had written that...

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  11. Pedro Exposed (NY Magazine)

    Always great to see more people jumping on the Pedro Exposed bandwagon. Pedro ran out on Boston the second the Sox won their first World Series in a long long time, and carpetbagged his way ...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 54 reads 1 comments

  12. Fix The Mets (Link)

    Always nice when I stumble across a non-Mets blogger making some fun Mets commentary. Here's one and here's an excerpt: Then there's the second base dilemma, also known as "how ...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 84 reads 1 comments

  13. "Pedro Was A Bust" Catching On

    I blogged about it all year and caught lots of grief from my name-calling, but it looks like Pedro-bashing is catching on...

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  14. Mo Vaughn Gave His Life To The Mets

    So the Hall of Fame ballot was announced yesterday and there are four players on the list that spent some time in a Mets uniform, 2 who were "real Mets"(Jesse Orosco & David Cone), and 2 who were rented players (Ricky Henderson & Mo Vaughn)...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  15. More Jeff Wilpon Doublecitispeak

    "If they stop marketing, all the other companies that are competing against them will zoom right past them and they'll never have a chance to catch up again," Wilpon said Tuesday So let me get this right...

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  16. Mumbai and The Mets

    I doubt many of you read The Guardian but I thought this was kind of cool perspective. (Excerpts below). Personally I feel the whole Piazza as hero thing has been way overblown (the ...

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  17. More Citi Field Taxpayer Rage

    SPORTS OF THE TIMESGiving the Mets’ New Ballpark a Bad Name By GEORGE VECSEYPublished: December 2, 2008As Citigroup grovels for a bailout from public funds, the Mets insist the name of their new ballpark, Citi Field, will not change...

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  18. New York Mets: The Death of Black? (And the Apple Lives!)

    I'm hopeful that the black (uniforms) might be gone. Metsblog.com just posted some fresh pics of CitiField here. I'm fascinated by the sixth one down from the top. A row of seats with a Mets logo...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 248 reads 0 comments

  19. Citi Field to Stay The Name: Your Tax Dollars At Work and Lame Mets Logic

    Jeff Wilpon says: "The company is still an ongoing company and a vital company that is doing business around the globe. The taxpayers are backstopping what's going on in the global economy...

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  20. Mets Police 2009 HOF Ballot (and Hall of Garvey Nominees)

    Rickey Henderson. Yep. You know a HOFer when you see one. Memo to Rickey - wear an A's hat. Jim Rice. Nope. He belongs in the Hall of Garvey (which I invented to give a home to the likes of Jim Rice, Steve Garvey, Don Mattingly, Keith Hernandez)...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about over 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  21. New York Mets Define "Saturday" Differently Than You & I

    A few Mets fans have contacted the Mets Police about this one. This is straight from mets.com, take a look at the "SATURDAY" plan dates...

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  22. Get Paid To See The Mets

    If they hire you for this....(monster.com)Stats StringerAbout the Job MLB.com, the Official Site of Major League Baseball, is seeking stats stringers for the 2009 season...

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  23. Times Polices The City About Their Yankee Box

    Seems like every week I skim through the Sunday papers (yeah I wrote this yesterday, busted!) and find something else offensive about the new stadiums...

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  24. New York Giants: Better Without Plaxico

    Were you shot last night? No you weren't. Were you in a nightclub early Saturday morning? No you weren't. Are you a cop? No? Then I bet you didn't shoot yourself...

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  25. Where Are They Now: Jon Matlack

    Daily News has an article today about former Met Jon Matlack. Guy was the 1972 NL Rookie of the year, co-MVP of the 1975 All-Star game, and a SHUTOUT MACHINE. Guy won 125 games—30 by shutout...

    Mets Police Written by Mets Police about almost 6 years ago 423 reads 0 comments