Brilliant Baserunning, Brave Blunders

April 26, 2010

For once, the team blundering around Citi Field looking like the ’62 Mets wasn’t the Mets, it was Bobby Cox’s Braves, led by none other than Shea Jones’ daddy Chipper whose birthday weekend was not a good one. And on the flip side, the Mets looking brilliant, led by none other than Angel Pagan. The […]

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Reyes Returns

April 26, 2010

The real Jose Reyes finally came back this week. Reyes had a 1.090 OPS this week, with 2 triples, 3 stolen bases, and 6 runs scored. He scored the game’s only run Sunday by singling, stealing second, and scoring from second on Chipper Jones’ throwing error. The highlight of Reyes’ week wasn’t the 4 hit […]

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Davis Debut

April 26, 2010

Ike Davis debuted on April 19, 2010 at Citi Field against the Cubs. He wasted no time accumulating his firsts, getting all of the following in his first week: First hit (in first at bat) First homer (a monster) First great catch (tumbling into dugout) First broken up no hitter (in 5th inning) All told […]

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How much longer should the Mets give Jerry Manuel?

April 19, 2010

With the very slow start to the year, the blaming finger is already pointing towards Jerry Manuel. Met fans seam to think that Manuel is on thin ice, if the club doesn’t turn things around he may be shown the door. Last year Jerry Manuel was blamed for making a few very questionable calls. And […]

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Welcome to New York Ike Davis

April 19, 2010

In times that Met fans have nothing to smile about, all we need is hope. A reason to believe things will get better. That is why we welcome Ike Davis to the big leagues. If the start of the season is the first two days (one of which was an off-day), then the Mets started […]

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Mets-Tigers: Carlos Beltran For Granderson And Zumaya Good Idea?

November 21, 2009

We all know the Mets need to make changes after a disporting 2009 season, and that is why we need to be open to all ideas of change. That is why I look at the Tigers and see a possible answer for the Mets, how about this offer: Carlos Beltran for Curtis Granderson And Joel […]

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Ten worst moments of the season

October 1, 2009

Mets nation has spoken, we have the top ten worst moments of this Mets season. It was not easy to put these together, but we did it. Thanks to all the great Mets fans that gave their vote to MetsObsessed. So Mets fans, lets look at the top ten worst moments of this season. #10. […]

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Vote For The Worst Mets Moment Of The Season

September 24, 2009

It has been a long season with both good times and bad times. But for some reason we Mets fans seam to remember the bad more then we remember the good. I think there are two reasons for that. 1. We are Mets fans 2. There is way more bad then good to remember There […]

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The Mets are Done but Season Still Fun

August 24, 2009

It’s never easy to see your team lose, but when your team is done anyway it makes it a bit easier to watch. As a Mets fan, this season has just not gone the way I hoped it would. But what has happened has happened and the season is over. Is it easy to see […]

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Obsessed Even When Out of Race

August 22, 2009

I like reading the NY Post’s Jay Greenberg but I disagreed with his Giant Mistake Not to Say Goodbye. The facts (apparently): The Giants claimed Sheffield off of waivers The Mets and Giants played chicken, the Mets demanding a legitimate prospect and the Giants offering next to nothing. The deadline passed with no deal, and […]

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