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Saturday, March 28, 2015

Articles tagged: New York Mets

Terry Collins Rants After Mets Blow Lead to Pirates (Video)

The New York Mets are 25-30 and they’ve lost eight of their last 11 games. They were up 2-0 through six innings against the Pirates Wednesday night, but they blew the lead giving up five runs in the 7th and four more in the 8th. Manager Terry Collins had made some defensive changes late in…Read More

Keith Hernandez: Mets Have too Many Charitable Demands on Players

Former 1979 MVP winner and current Mets broadcaster Keith Hernandez took aim at an organizational approach recently, saying the team demands too much of their players off-the-field during the season. Hernandez was backing up third baseman David Wright who was recently criticized by owner Fred Wilpon. Hernandez said Wright has gone “over and above the…Read More

Fred Wilpon Apologizes to David Wright, Says he ‘Misspoke’

Mets owner Fred Wilpon gave one of the oddest interviews by a sports executive this side of David Kahn when he ripped into his own players and team. In his interview with The New Yorker, Wilpon took aim at Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran, and David Wright. Oh yeah, he also called his team “sh***y” and…Read More

Video: Soup Nazi and Frank Costanza at Mets Game

On Saturday, we passed along the news that actor Larry Thomas, better known as the Soup Nazi, attended the Mets-Dodgers game at Citi Field. The Soup Nazi was at the game “to give DVD prizes to fans at Citi Field who correctly answered trivia questions about the show,” according to the AP via Off The…Read More

Mets Sacrifice Toolbox to Turn Season Around, Have Not Lost Since

Being a New York Mets fan is filled with surprises. Whether it means having your team mocked on a subway sign or trying to raise money to buy out a player’s contract, the news is rarely positive for New York’s other team.  By destroying a toolbox, the Mets hope to change all that. Big League…Read More

Mets Mocked on New York Subway Sign

It’s not easy being a New York Mets fan. In fact it’s really, really tough. Between the season-ending collapses of historic proportions, the terrible contracts given to players like Oliver Perez and Luis Castillo, the arrest of our $37 million closer and the recent ownership issues, it has been a rough few years — four…Read More

New York Mets 2011 MLB Preview: Middle of the Pack in NL East

Previewing the 2011 MLB season, we’ve already named the Phillies, Yankees, and Red Soxthe top World Series favorites. We’ve already looked at the NL Central, and this week we’re looking at the NL East. We’ve already covered the Phillies, Braves, and Marlins. Today we’ll look at the New York Mets; Thursday: Washington Nationals. The Tweener:…Read More

Mets Ownership Looking Lost, Seeking Partial Sale

The Wilpon family, owners of 100% of the New York Mets, have recently stated that they will entertain offers to sell up to 25% of the team. The family had previously said they never wanted to give up any portion of the team, but a recent lawsuit related to the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme has…Read More

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