Last updated: 04/28/2016 - 10:32 PM UTC
Matthew Cerrone at Metsblog wrote a post this morning that I had intended to write. The gist of the post is that the season is fraught with challenges and losing two of three to the Yankees over the weekend presents one such challenge. That challenge is: how will this team rebound from the adversity of […]
I’ve always been a Jeff Francoeur fan and thought the Mets made a good deal when they acquired him for Ryan Church last year. Still, I realize that Francoeur’s career could hinge on his production this season. So does John Delcos on his New York Mets Report blog. You can read Delcos’ post here.
When I started this blog over 5 years ago (has it already been that long?) there were relatively few Mets related blogs around. The following year (2005) saw more blogs added to the roster and then things really took off to the point where as of this writing there are 56 active Mets related blogs […]
The Wright Stache is hopping on the bandwagon to make Lastings Milledge an All Star. Welcome aboard!
The government is auctioning off Bernie Madoff’s season tickets for the Mets.Mets Police has an idea about what to do with these tickets. I think it’s a great idea.
I loved this post from the always entertaining Hugging Harold Reynolds Exactly the laugh I needed after watching the video of the last piece of Shea Stadium coming down.
John Delcos is advocating use of the asterisk for players linked to steroids. Though I believe baseball should be doing more to remove the cheaters from the game I’m also smart enough to realize that it never will because it’s not in their best interest. (A government approved independent third party really should be handling […]
I saw this posted on Metsblog but felt the need to put it here too:
In the latest installment at Hot Foot Andrew Beaton gives us a brief introduction to the Mets new AAA affiliate, the Buffalo Bisons.
In the absence of any real news I must post this link to an amusing post at Hugging Harold Reynolds. Hat tip to Hugging Harold Reynolds.