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The Mets Absurd Love of the Pitch Count

The New York Mets routinely prevent their starting pitchers from pitching out of late-inning jams and year after year have a crisis in the bullpen. Sandy Alderson can be blamed for personnel but this issue lies with pitching coach, Dan Warthen and manager Terry Collins. There have been multiple starts this

Believe in The Mets Players

The only thing that can stop the New York Mets is their training staff and their management. Those are the two factors that can directly affect the outcome of some of their best players, like Noah Syndergaard, or Yoenis Cespedes. To show that the job has gotten away from manager, Terry

The Ultimate Russ Cohen Resource Center

For those of you who ask me where to buy my book? Here are the titles and where you can get them. 100 Ranger Greats - This is currently out of print. But you can find it. Barnes and Noble has a great out of print section as well. http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/100-ranger-greats-russ-cohen/1103240578 Philadelphia Flyers - Images

Gsellman Earns His Keep

The Mets are in a position to play in the NL Wild Card game Wednesday night if they win today or if the Cardinals lose. One of the reasons the Mets are in this position is because of Robert Gsellman. Yes, it’s crazy to say, but it’s true. He received an

Jay Bruce is Heating Up

Its good to be Jay Bruce these days. Yes, it's actually the truth. Bruce homered for the second straight game in the Mets’ 5-2 victory over the Marlins last night at Marlins Park. It was also his third home run in five games. That constitutes a hot streak, right? Despite Bruce’s struggles, he

A Night For The Marlins To Grieve And Celebrate

Marlins ace Jose Fernandez was supposed to start last night’s game against the Mets. That didn’t happen since he was dead after a boating accident along with a couple of his friends early Sunday morning. Life had to go on for the Marlins. It never stops. So the Marlins moved onward

Conforto Hasn’t Given Up On Himself

It has not been an easy season for Michael Conforto. He has gone through slumps. He has been benched, and he was even demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas. Despite all that, Conforto can atone for his awful season by having a good September and maybe a good postseason. He could be on his

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