Terry Should be Commended not Questioned

With the continued Mets struggles some fans have been calling for Terry Collins head, hoping that a change will turn things around. Well I have news for you Collins is going nowhere and for good reason.  If anyone has watched the Mets since the beginning of his tenure they know that the players go out […]

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May 31, 2017

Harper vs Strickland Bodes Well for Baseball

Yesterday afternoon Hunter Strickland beamed Bryce Harper in the hip and a brawl ensued. This was the first real brawl that baseball has had in a while as the Miami-Dodger “brawl” was more of a pushing and shoving match. Yesterday punches were thrown, players were thrown out, people had to be held back, and there […]

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May 30, 2017

Golden State vs Cleveland Round 3 is Bad for Basketball

In a week or less round three will happen between the two super teams in the NBA will face-off for the third consecutive season. This championship will decide which team “wins the era”. It is going to be an exciting two weeks for the game of basketball. However, with almost a 100% certainty that these […]

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May 25, 2017

No Rosario

There are many people who are clamoring for the top prospect in the Mets minor league system to come up and take on a major role to give the team a boost. This happens to every team that has a top prospect in the minors whether they are competitive or not because fans want the […]

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May 23, 2017

The Mets Cannot Find the Brooms

Once again the Mets blow a chance at sweeping a series and starting a hot streak. This was a game the Mets needed to win in order to heat up completely before an off day, but of course that could not be done. Pitching has once again betrayed the Mets, this time it was Thor’s […]

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May 21, 2017

A deGrominant Outing Gets Things Going

The Mets fans prayers have finally been answered as two nights ago Jacob deGrom had a vintage performance going 7 innings and shutting down the Angels. This is the statement outing that I had talked about earlier this week that the Mets needed to get things going. I can only assume that deGrom read that […]

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May 21, 2017

The Citi is Falling… Again

The injury woes have hit the Mets once again, but this time the injury isn’t something they should be too worried about. Asdrubal Cabrera is the most recent man to go down, surprisingly not due to his bum legs, but because of a possibly torn ligament in his thumb. Although Cabrera is very important to […]

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May 17, 2017

The Yank’s unsung heros

The New York Yankees have taken the sports world by storm with their stellar 20-9 start. At this point its not a question that the Yankees are a dominating team. Currently, they are currently projected to win 92 games this season, as by fivethirtyeight.com. As reported by many, this start can be pegged to Aaron Judge’s great rookie […]

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May 9, 2017

TJ Must Play

As we all know the injury bug has hit the Mets the past few seasons, it seems as if I talk about it in every piece I write about the team. However, there is one thing that I have not talked about is how resilient this team has been since 2015. Somebody steps up every […]

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May 6, 2017

The Bombers keep Bombing

The Division leading Yankees wrapped up their series on Wednesday with the Toronto Blue Jays, with an 8-6 win, and therefore a series win. The Yankees are hot right now, winning 6 of their 8 last games. The key to these wins is that they are all against AL-East rivals. As a result the Yankees sit […]

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May 4, 2017