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Worth Every Penny: Mets 2, Marlins 0

Can't write. No words. Johan, awesome. Thanks, Cubs. No offense? No biggie. Ramon Martinez! No bullpen. Equals victory. Shea good-bye? Not yet. Tomorrow, then? !@#$ that. Big...

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Celebrate the 1986 Mets Championship

In 1986, the New York Mets made the Big Apple turn all of their attention to Shea Stadium through their sheer talent, fun-loving attitude and swagger. This rare combination catapulted them to a World Series Championship and allowed them to "Make the Dream Work".

Only After The Rain: Mets 7, Cubs 6

I think if you take a step back and look at this game objectively, you'll find that it*(&@#*($ WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!! CLUTCH-TRON!!!!!!!!!!!!! Big winners: Carlos Beltran, +37.0% WPA, Robinson...

That's Why He Makes The Big Bucks: Mets 6, Cubs 2

Johan Santana was the story again tonight, as he has been most times he pitches. He struck out ten batters for the fourth time this season, and recorded 20 swinging strikes, matching his...

Oh Hell Yes: Mets 9, Braves 5

Brewers? Blown out. Phillies? Smacked down in Miami. Mets? Opened a can of whoop-tooshie in Atlanta. Things looked pretty bleak a few days ago, and things could certainly look bleak again a few...

Could've Been Worse: Mets 7, Nationals 2

Johan Santana continued his brilliant season with seven innings of one-run ball, which meant the bullpen only had to hang on for six outs. It still took them three pitchers to do so, but it's...

Nothing Comes Easy: Mets 9, Nationals 7

Whatever. It took 80 pitches and seven relievers to record the final twelve outs of the game. It certainly wasn't pretty, but with the Mets having dropped three in a row and the Phillies and...

Makin' It Look Easy: Mets 5, Braves 0

Eleven days ago, Jon Niese made his big league debut in Milwaukee and promptly blew a five-run lead that had been handed to him. He lasted only three-plus innings and exited with a 15.00 ERA to his...

We Want A Pitcher: Mets 13, Nationals 10

The Mets should be grateful to get out of this series with even a single win, let alone the sweep that they actually accomplished. The pitching -- on both sides, really, but only one side that has...

Let There Be Runs: Mets 10, Nationals 8

Another day, another 900-some-odd feet of Carlos Delgado homerun. He's still not the MVP, but that doesn't mean he won't win the award and it certainly doesn't mean I wouldn't like to see him do...

Salvage Yard: Mets 6, Phillies 3

The Mets had an opportunity this weekend to put the Phillies in a very deep hole, and they came out of the series with one game shaved off their lead. Now two games up with 19 to play, the Mets...

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