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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

Yankees and Mets Are No Closer To Championships

After this year’s World Series participants combined for a 178-year-old championship drought that goes five decades, there was a team that was crowned as champions last night. It was the Cubs after a thrilling 8-7 victory over the Indians in 10 innings last night in Game 7 of the World

These Mets Never Gave Up On Themselves

It was easy for the Mets to give up when they were 60-62 on Aug. 19. They weren’t hitting. Injuries piled up. The Mets manager was in danger of being fired according to The Record’s Bob Klapisch. Rather than feeling sorry for themselves, they went back to work and found a

Benching Bruce Has To Happen

This is as low as it gets for Jay Bruce. Mets manager Terry Collins sent Eric Campbell to pinch-hit for Bruce in the eighth inning against Braves reliever Ian Krol last night. The same Campbell that has batted .159 and gone 0-for-14 prior to his pinch-hit appearance. Collins’ hunch proved to be

How Long Can Mets Tolerate Collins’ Tactical Errors?

It’s been established Terry Collins is not a great tactical manager. It’s not just the fans that feel that way. Mets general manager Sandy Alderson admitted it that much in Steve Kettman’s book: “Baseball Maverick, How Sandy Alderson Revolutionized Baseball and Revived the Mets.” Collins have made couple of interesting moves the last two

Resilient Mets Never Gave Up On Themselves

Admit it. No one saw this coming. The Mets hit their low point of this season when they were 60-62 on Aug. 19. This featured the Mets getting swept by the awful Diamondbacks at home, losing two of three to the Diamondbacks again the following week and losing first two games

Struggling Bruce Not Winning Fans Over

This isn’t what the Mets, Jay Bruce and Mets fans envisioned. No one figured Bruce would hear boos or him striking out four times, but that was the case last night in the Mets’ 9-4 victory over the Phillies at Citi Field. It was so bad that the Mets decided not

Getting Bruce Is Better Than Nothing

For the second straight year, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson did something in the trade deadline. He acquired a hitter from another team to boost a struggling lineup. After getting Yoenis Cespedes last year, the Mets acquired Jay Bruce from the Reds for Dilson Herrera and minor leaguer left-hander Max Wotell