August 15, 2007

A Bullpen on the Brink

Perhaps his performances in the would-be #300 and the later would-be #301 might indicate that Guillermo Mota harbors some sort of resentment towards Tom Glavine, the venerable lefty, whose Houdini-esque efforts went for naught against the Brewers and Marlins, respectively. After all, we are well aware of a certain resentment...

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July 18, 2007

The Rise of Castro

Many Mets fans adore Paul Lo Duca, for as a player and as a man, he embodies much of what we root for. He is by no means an exquisite physical specimen, as far as professional athletes go, and he has no one extraordinary talent, as his defensive aptitude pales...

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June 27, 2007

The Delgado Dilemma

Editor's Note: This is Jack Dickey's first contribution to this blog. - M.S. Most of us who were baseball fans during the 1990s and after recall an image of a fearsome terror north of the border: Carlos Delgado. He was a lethal member of the Blue Jays, and although he...

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November 23, 2006

About Jack Dickey

Although I am only 16, having just completed my tenth grade year, I can perhaps pinpoint my Mets fandom to a bizarre childhood adoration of Masato Yoshii and Bobby J. Jones. I knew at a young age that I hated the Yankees for all their various excesses, and for Roger...

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