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The Ice Bucket Challenge Should Dry Up

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So while the Ice Bucket Challenge is a great idea, we need more people doing what Charlie Sheen has done (that is without question one sentence I never thought I would ever write). Read More »

Bloggers Have Their Say at Hofstra University’s Mets Conference

Bloggers are here to stay and are gaining more and more respect as this conference makes evident. Now the rest of the world better get used to it. Read More »

The Prognosis Is Grim for Gary Carter

So one of the good guys is down but not yet out. Let's pull for him every way we can in the days ahead. Read More »

Scientists Determine The Shroud of Turin is Not a Fake

This is a stunning announcement given that it is coming from people of science. Read More »

Mets Mess: Reyes Wins Batting Title As Another Disappointing Season Ends

So Jose doesn't care what the fans think. That will go over in New York as well as instant pizza and frozen bagels. Read More »

The House That Truth Built: Girardi Reveals Yanks Need Home-field Advantage in Playoffs

We can only guess about how many championships might have never been if the Yankees played in a different stadium. Read More »

New York Teams Observe the Tenth Anniversary of 9-11

It is notable that the teams have opened their arms to the city in an effort to assuage what are still significantly deep wounds even after all this time. Read More »

New Kids on the Mets Just Having Some Fun

The team definitely thinks it can win any game against any opponent. Read More »

Hope Springs Eternal for Old Brooklyn Dodgers Fans

So, for the record, Brooklyn Dodgers fans, your team is not coming home. Read More »

Mets Mess: Beltran Goes to SF Giants for Pitcher Zach Wheeler

It will be interesting to see if Wheeler develops as expected or becomes another member of the Mets Hall of Lame. Read More »