Category Archives: National League East

Mets blow their golden opportunity, MLB bracket is set

It’s hard to remember because the sports world spins so fast — in the past two days we’ve experienced wild college football upsets, another action-packed NFL Sunday, and two tickets punched to the NBA Finals — but on Saturday morning, … Continue reading

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Mets are mathematically alive, Bill Belichick’s sweatshirt is profoundly sad

The Mets defeated the Nationals 3-2 last night at Citi Field, but I’m not sure that it matters. The most wins the Mets can end up with is 29, and both Cincinnati and Miami have that many already. Plus, San … Continue reading

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The Steve Cohen era has not yet begun, but the billionaire has already won me over with his very first move

When we found out that Steve Cohen was buying the Mets, I was excited because Cohen’s wealth and business acumen had the potential to usher in a new era of Mets prosperity. It meant the end of settling for less … Continue reading

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The Mets stay alive while the Phillies try to kill their fans

Apparently there’s still a way for the New York Mets to make the playoffs in the year 2020. I haven’t fact checked it yet, but it comes from a very reputable source, and it doesn’t involve the entire National League … Continue reading

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Mets lose despite deGrom’s award-worthy performance, expanded postseason might be here to stay

Well, I guess the Mets are finally done competing for the World Series in 2020. On Monday night, even with the season on the line and Jacob deGrom on the mound with his best stuff, New York lost to the … Continue reading

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Giants lose to Bears and lose Barkley, but at least they didn’t give up

I didn’t watch the second half of the Giants vs. Bears game on Sunday afternoon because of Rosh Hashanah, but I just checked out the highlights and it looked a lot more fun than the first half. For the first … Continue reading

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You have to believe in the Mets plus some NFL picks

The Mets beat the Braves 7-2 on Saturday night, meaning they’ve now won three of their last four and are just 1.5 games outside of the postseason. I saw some fans on Twitter talk about how they don’t want to … Continue reading

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Mets take one big step back against the Braves after two steps forward in Philadelphia

The Mets did it again. Win another game in dramatic, come-from-behind fashion? No, that is not what they did. What they did do was reel us all in again and make us think for a minute that they were destined … Continue reading

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Late Mets push continues with another thrilling comeback in Philadelphia

The Mets have made this a thing. We can’t give up on them now. We’re going to have to keep riding this crazy wave until the team is physically, spiritually, and mathematically eliminated from winning the World Series. There’s just … Continue reading

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The Big Ten is back and so are the Mets

It’s happening! The Big Ten announced on Wednesday morning that it would resume playing football in late October with all 14 of its member programs. Last month the conference initially announced that it would not play football in 2020, but … Continue reading

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