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The 2010 Mets on the Basepaths

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Continuing a long string of stealing others' work, we'll take some excellent work done on the Dock of the Rays this week. Using Baseball-Reference.com, Jason Hanselman broke down how often teams...

Farm System Reports Applesauce - Mets have work to do, Sean Green signs with Greinke, CC ITBSOHL

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As 2010 comes to a close, it's time to take a look and evaluate the state of the Met farm system. It's not exactly pretty.

Ken Davidoff's 2011 Hall Of Fame Ballot

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His selections: Roberto Alomar Jeff Bagwell Bert Blyleven Kevin Brown Barry Larkin Edgar Martinez Mark McGwire Tim Raines Alan Trammell Larry Walker The result impresses but the process is even better. Be sure to click through and read his thorough rationale for each candidate. Can you see why we're excited to have Davidoff write the Foreword for the 2011 Amazin' Avenue Annual?

Mets-Related SNY Programming Suggestions

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How could SNY improve their Mets-related programming?

AAA 2011: We Have A Cover! (Or Not)

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Our production blog for the Amazin' Avenue Annual 2011 rolls on with a discussion about cover art.

JC Bradbury on Freakonomics

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Bradbury took questions from readers and pontificated on such intriguing matters as "Is Scott Boras a good agent" and "Is Jeff Francoeur worth $13 million?" He also waxed on about how poorly the Mets were run in recent years which was fun.

FanGraphs Audio, Featuring Me

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Listen to me ramble my way through a discussion with FanGraphs MC Carson Cistulli. Topics include the new Mets front office, the Moneyball Book Club and a self-indulgent recap of my baseball fandom. Thank you to Carson for having a podcast n00b like myself on the show, it was fun.

The Greatest Letter Ever Printed On NFL Team Letterhead | Deadspin

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Go. Read. Now. Whatever you're doing can wait. Yes, even that life-saving surgery, doctor.

Revenue-Sharing in Major League Baseball Totals $404 Million for 2010 | Biz Of Baseball

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That's down from $433 million in revenue sharing in 2009. Both figures are mind-boggling. Nearly a half-billion dollars changes hands annually from baseball's haves to its have-nots, which is enough to run the Yankees (or, now, the Red Sox) for two full seasons.

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