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Not Another “What’s Wrong With the Yankees?” Blog

  The Yankees were swept by the Rays in the season opening three game series in Tampa. Top Five Mantras Yankees Fans Recite to Make Ourselves Feel Better When Our Team Starts Out 0-3: We started out on the road, and against a tough team. If we lose three games in a row in the middle of July, no one bats an eye. The last time we started out 0-3 More...

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By Rich Mancuso On Sunday, April 8th, 2012

Mets Three Game Opening Season Sweep Over Braves Brings Another Perspective

New York – A prevailing mood in the New York Mets clubhouse is that they can win and have an impact in the National League East. And after completing a three-game sweep Sunday afternoon at Citi Field over the More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Friday, April 6th, 2012

Oh No, Mo! Yankee Season Opener a Disappointment

Despite a list of suitable characters–CC Sabathia, David Robertson, and Mariano Rivera—the 2012 Yankee season failed to begin with a storybook ending. The season opener was peppered with more anomalies than More...

By Matt Kardos On Friday, April 6th, 2012

Thunder drop season opener to Fisher Cats

Entering his sixth season as Manager of the Trenton Thunder, the longest tenured skipper in both franchise and Eastern League history, Tony Franklin, opted to hand southpaw hurler Shaeffer Hall the ball in last More...

By Eddie Utley On Thursday, April 5th, 2012

I Predict That The Mets Will Finish In 1st Place…

Tonight. No one would be bold enough to predict the Mets winning the division. But, today, they looked good, and Johan Santana almost looked vintage. Santana threw about 85 pitches and challenged hitters like he More...

By Gregg Snyder On Thursday, April 5th, 2012

Disappointed Cervelli Sent to Triple-A in Roster Crunch

All spring, everyone, including the catcher himself, assumed Francisco Cervelli would be the backup catcher come opening day. Cervelli was visibly shaken up yesterday, the final day of spring training, when he More...

By Rich Mancuso On Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

It Will Be Dismal For The New York Mets with Some Promise

By Rich Mancuso New York – There have not been many good moments for the New York Mets and their fans since the move to Citi Field in Flushing, New York three years ago. The ballpark will usher in the 2012 season More...

By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Finally The Mets Sign a Long Term Contract

I bet you’re thinking David Wright if you haven’t heard the news. Well, it’s not Wright. It’s someone who I was not expecting until he showed more. The guy who got the long-term contract is starting pitcher More...

By Gregg Snyder On Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

2012 MLB Season Preview

Technically, the 2012 MLB season began last week when the Oakland A’s and Seattle Mariners played two games in Japan. However, let’s be honest, nobody really cared. It all starts this week, with one More...

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By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, April 4th, 2012

Mets All In As Spring Training Comes to a Close

Based on yesterday’s spring training game against the Yankees, it looks like all the Mets will be on the field on Opening Day. Tim Byrdak and Andres Torres both took part in today’s game. Torres looked good More...