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Oh the dissapoint-Mets

    This 2017 Mets season has been in a tailspin since mid-April, and while I have tried hard to stay away from posting the misery, I can't ignore it forever, but for health purposes, I tried my best. Coming... Continue Reading →


And the Mess Rolls On

Hopefully you read my rant after Cespedes got hurt here, but if not, please go do so now because here comes more of the same! Today, Sandy Alderson, and the Mets announced that Noah Syndergaard is out indefinitely with a... Continue Reading →

All no longer quiet on the Flushing front

While the Mets signings this week may not be headline grabbers, they are solid, known commodities who strengthen an already strong bullpen and pitching staff, regardless of any Familia suspensions. The fact that the Mets actually played this market out the way they did is most impressive and satisfying.

Alderson with daggers

It seems like Alderson is working overtime to push Harvey out of New York. While his rights are owned by the Mets for another two years, it doesn't seem like he will be here for the entirety, let alone considering any... Continue Reading →

Michael Cuddyer’s Grand Finale Should Lead The Mets To Pull Yo Out Of A Hat

Michael Cuddyer has pulled off the ultimate magic trick, making himself disappear. The longer Cespedes sits out on the market, the more the Mets have to be thinking the door for a return is creeping back open.

Mets are looking to add 1-2 players, have prospects to deal via Metsblog

"The Mets are 48-44, and I think they believe the worst of 2015 is behind them, based on what people are saying around baseball. I’m hearing the Mets are working to acquire at least one role player and – if... Continue Reading →

Should the Mets have signed Cuddyer?

While it is only a little over a month into the season, I am watching Michael Cuddyer night in and night out and find myself wondering if jumping on him so early in the off-season was a good idea. I... Continue Reading →

Syndergaard is on fire

Noah Syndergaard dominated the oppostion for the third straight start, since returning from injury in mid-April. Not only was he lights out on the mound, but he brought the thunder at the plate, collecting three hits, including a two-run home... Continue Reading →

Brewers Fire Sale? Alderson go re-up your cell minutes!

The #Brewers, 5-18, are letting teams know they will make their veterans available on trade market: Kyle Lohse, Matt Garza, Aramis Ramirez. — Bob Nightengale (@BNightengale) May 1, 2015 If the Milwaukee Brewers are truly going into full-on fire sale... Continue Reading →

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