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Archive for the 'New York Mets' Category

Bad News And Good News

by @ Sunday, October 8th, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Sports

It wasn’t supposed to happen this way, but the Yankees were eliminated by the Detroit Tigers: DETROIT (AP) — As a reborn baseball town erupted in splashes of orange and blue around them, the Detroit Tigers danced in the infield, kicking up dirt like kids on a sandlot. They grabbed Jim Leyland, hoisted him on […]

The Boys Of October

by @ Monday, October 2nd, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Sports

It took until the last day of the season, but the 2006 baseball post-season is finally set in stone. The full schedule can be found here, and it shows the Yankees facing the Tigers in the opening round while the Mets face the Dodgers. Sounds like fun, now let’s play some baseball !.

Let’s Go Mets

by @ Tuesday, September 19th, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, Sports

Its been six years since the New York Mets made it into the post-season, and eighteen years since they’ve won the National League East, but, last night, the boys from Shea became the first team to clinch their division. NEW YORK (AP) — They soaked themselves in wine and beer, then ran out of their […]

Magic Number Update

by @ Saturday, September 16th, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Sports

As we head into the last two weeks of the baseball season, its time for the magic number countdown to begin. The Mets, who have led the NL East for virtually the entire season, are one game away from the post-season and the Yankees, who play two doubleheaders against the Red Sox this weekend thanks […]

Mets To Celebrate Legendary 1986 Team

by @ Saturday, August 19th, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, Sports

The best season the New York Mets have ever had happened in 1986, when they won a team record 108 games and went on to beat the Boston Red Sox in one of the most memorable World Series’ ever. Twenty years later, most of the stars from that legendary team will gather at Shea Stadium […]

Take Me Out To The Ball Game

by @ Sunday, August 13th, 2006. Filed under Baseball, New York Mets, Sports, Washington Nationals

Today, Kellie and I took our second trip of the season to RFK Stadium, this time to watch the Washington Nationals take on the National League East leading New York Mets. Much our last visit in June, today was very much of a pitching duel, with both teams kept hitless until the fourth inning. The […]

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