My Full interview with Andy Martino

<img border="0" height="212px" m$="true" src="" width="320px" />As you can view on, I was fortunate enough to have an E-Mail conversation with Andy Martino of the Daily News. Since Andy gave me such thorough and interesting...
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July 18, 2011  |  Discuss

Francisco Rodriguez has been traded to the Brewers for 2 players to be named later. There is apparently a list of 5 prospects the Mets will chose from, but don't expect much as the Brewers farm system ranks 28th in all of baseball. This trade was more of  salary dump than anything else. It also increases the likeliness that Beltran gets traded.Here is what K-Rod said on his...
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July 13, 2011  |  Discuss

Pelfrey Pic:

Mike Pelfrey has been unhittable lately, most recently in his complete game 5-hitter in tonight's 6-1 Mets win. His recent stretch of dominance has inspired me to make a picture you might get a kick out of:<img border="0" i$="true" src="" />
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June 18, 2011  |  Discuss

Uh-Oh: Reyes Meets With Scott Boras

<img border="0" height="320px" i$="true" src="" width="268px" />According to Ken Rosenthal, Mets free-agent-to-be Jose Reyes met with super-agent Scott Boras. This meeting does not break any contractual agreements to Reyes' current...
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June 18, 2011  |  Discuss

June 3rd, 2011 "Don't Trade Jose Reyes Day" at Citi Field

In an effort to show the Mets Front Office that we do not want to see Reyes gone, Mets fans have agreed to make "Don't Trade Jose Reyes Day" on June 3rd 2011 in the series opener against the Braves.To attend it on facebook Click HereTo Buy Tickets to the game Click HereBe sure to buy tickets to that game and bring your favorite Reyes attire and signs against him being traded.
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May 15, 2011  |  Discuss

Osama Bin Laden Killed By American Forces

I know this has absolutely nothing to do with baseball but who cares! Osama Bin Laden has finally been killed by U.S. forces. US officials reportedly have the body. They are awaiting test results to be 100% sure that it is indeed the monster who planned the 9/11 attacks. It is hard to believe but America has finally gotten our guy. It took us nearly 10 years, but we have finally...
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May 02, 2011  |  Discuss

Mets 2011 Rotation: A Force To Be Reckoned With. Part II

By: Clayton Collier   After taking a look at the three pitchers who will be the immediate impact at the front of the 2011 rotation, we will now look into the back end of the rotation and Johan Santana who will return in the later part of the season. These guys can keep a hot streak going or stop a losing stretch from continuing when the premier guys in the rotation can not get...
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February 21, 2011  |  Discuss

Why Jason Bay Will Bounce Back (He Better)

By: Jonathan Bernardo     On December 29th, 2009 Jason Bay signed a 4-year, $66 million contract with the Mets.  Many hopeful Met fans thought he was a lock to play around 150 games, smack 20 homeruns, knock in 100 runs, become their “Big Bopper” in the middle of the lineup, and help the Mets make the playoffs. Well let’s just say it didn’t happen.          Jason...
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January 31, 2011  |  Discuss

R.A. Dickey Signed to 2-year Deal

By: Clayton Collier     One year after signing a minor league contract, Robert Alan Dickey has now signed a multi-year major league contract, avoiding arbitration with the Mets. In just one season, Dickey has transformed from a minor signing to fill the roster, to a cornerstone of the major league franchise. Dickey has proved to himself and everyone on the Mets and all of baseball...
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January 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Mets 2011 Rotation: A Force To Be Reckoned With. Part I

By: Clayton Collier   With Cliff Lee heading back to Philadelphia, creating arguably the best rotation in baseball history, the Mets have their work cut out for them to have a chance at competing in the NL East. Although the Mets do not have even close to the rotation that the Phillies do, they still have a formidable staff capable of being a feared set of arms that the opposing...
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January 24, 2011  |  Discuss

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January 19, 2011  |  Discuss

Mets To Sign Chris Young. Smart Move!

By: Clayton Collier  After months of speculation and rumors regarding the Mets and free agent RHP Chris Young, the two parties have agreed to terms on a one-year deal, pending a physical. Young has had bouts with injury bug, resulting in his failing to reach at least 20 starts any of the past three seasons. But if Young can remain healthy, the Mets could have very well caught...
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January 17, 2011  |  Discuss

Making Sense of the Tankersley Signing

By: Clayton Collier  The signing of LHP Taylor Tankersley on the surface appears to be a mediocre move, but an in-depth look reveals a method to the madness.   Tankersley has been with the Marlins for his entire major league career so he knows the division. It is not a huge factor but is a slight benefit knowing the premiere bats in the NL East in advance. Not only does Tankersley...
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January 12, 2011  |  Discuss

Castillo and Oli Could Be Gone by Opening Day....For Real!

By: Clayton CollierAccording to Buster Olney of, the Mets are internally discussing the option of releasing 2nd baseman Luis Castillo and LHP Oliver Perez. The Mets have aggressively attempted to trade Castillo all winter but the bottom line is nobody wants him. So what do you do with a washed up player that you can't trade? The logical solution is to release them. That...
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January 09, 2011  |  Discuss

Mets Q&A: Answering Your Questions Sent Into Us

By: Clayton CollierQ: Now that the Phillies have acquired Cliff Lee and the Braves got Uggla, what are the 2011 Mets chances at competing in the NL East? The Wild Card? (We received multiple questions like this)A: The Mets very little to no chance at competing in the NL East this season. Ruben Amaro Jr. has assembled one of the best teams baseball has seen in a long time....
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January 07, 2011  |  Discuss

Happy New Year From Maybe Next Year Mets!

   Maybe Next Year Mets would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year! May 2011 be a great year for all and hopefully a good year for our favorite team: those Amazin' Mets!
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January 01, 2011  |  Discuss

Oli as the Lefty Specialist? I Don't Think So!

By: Clayton Collier     Mets pitcher, and I use that term lightly, Oliver Perez has been cited as a possible option to be the successor to former-Met southpaw Pedro Feliciano as the lefty specialist. Although the stat that has been observed to determine this possibility was his successful batting average against (BAA) when facing left handed batters, this only tells one part...
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December 30, 2010  |  Discuss

Mets Aquire SS Hu, A Look at 2nd Base for the 2011 Mets

By: Clayton Collier   Alderson has dealt minor league southpaw Michael Antonini to the LA Dodgers in return for second baseman Chin-lung Hu. This move adds yet another middle infielder into the mix for the starting and backup middle infield roles. Obviously, Jose Reyes will be the starting shortstop, barring a trade, but the major question is who will fill the black hole that...
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December 28, 2010  |  Discuss

Maybe Next Year Mets Will Be Doing a Q&A

If anyone would like to submit a question on anything Mets related you can submit a question by:-Sending an email to a question on our Facebook page, Search "Maybe Next Year Mets"-Comment on this post with your questionIf we like your question we will answer it in an upcoming article!
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December 27, 2010  |  Discuss

Tobi Stoner: The Forgotten Arm

By: Clayton Collier     RHP Tobi Stoner could be the key the Mets need to fill the gaping hole that is their bullpen. Stoner has had very little major league experience but in his few outings he has held his own. With uncertainty on multiple fronts of the Mets pitching staff, Stoner should be taken into consideration to help bridge the gap from the starter to K-Rod.   Stoner...
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December 27, 2010  |  Discuss

A Look at the Top Free Agents This Winter

By: Clayton Collier   In an offseason of several franchise players looking for a new home, there are many reports and rumors giving us insight as to where these players may end up. Several of these free agents can turn an average team into the team to beat. Out of the large free agent market this winter, ten of these players are particular game changers. Here is the latest on...
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November 23, 2010  |  Discuss

Hurdle will Manage Pirates, Three Candidates Left for the Mets Manager

By: Clayton Collier     The Pittsburgh Pirates have reportedly hired Rangers hitting coach Clint Hurdle to manage the club. Hurdle was a strong candidate for the Mets managerial opening but instead signed a 3-year deal with the Bucs. This makes Terry Collins the clear frontrunner for Mets manager job. Other Mets suitors include Bob Melvin and Chip Hale.     Now with former...
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November 14, 2010  |  Discuss

Family Guy Exposes the Sad Truth of Being a Mets Fan

The hit TV comdey: Family Guy, poked fun at the Mets in this hilarious 17-second moment from last Sunday's new episode:
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November 10, 2010  |  Discuss

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November 10, 2010  |  Discuss

DePodesta Newest Addition to Mets Front Office

By: Clayton Collier   In the theme of getting "the band back together", GM Sandy Alderson has hired former Dodgers GM Paul DePodesta to be the new vice president of player development and amateur scouting. Alderson appears to be getting the "Moneyball" crew together again in order to revamp the Mets lackluster front office. With little funds, "Moneyball...
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November 10, 2010  |  Discuss
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