Accepting Reality: Why WAR is Here to Stay

Published on June 1st, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

From Michael Lewis’ Moneyball to MLB Network’s MLB Now, the progression of Sabermetrics being accepted in modern baseball is a testament to how the game of baseball is not only played on the diamond, but battled ... Read More


Nimmo Hitless in Return as Savannah Tops Greenville

Published on May 29th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

The Savannah Sand Gnats (30-20) toppled the Greenville Drive (14-37) 8-3 yesterday night behind Jeff Reynold’s three-hit night and contributions from Jayce Boyd and Kevin Plawecki. Brandon Nimmo made his return to active competition after suffering ... Read More


Josh Satin Deserves the Opportunity to Start

Published on May 16th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Ike Davis’ rough start for the second consecutive season has been well documented across all media platforms. To say that the 26-year-old hasn’t performed this year would be an understatement, which is particularly concerning because of ... Read More


Ghosts of Flushing’s Past: Anderson Hernàndez

Published on May 15th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

New to Ghosts of Flushing’s Past? Check out the first edition featuring former New York Met outfielder Ryan Church here. Ghosts of Flushing’s Past looks to highlight the bizarre, showcase the mortals, and remember those who ... Read More


Rick Ankiel Signs with the New York Mets

Published on May 13th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Update: Rick Ankiel has been signed and is in the starting lineup and Andrew Brown has been optioned to Las Vegas. CBS Sports’ Jon Heyman is reporting that the New York Mets are in talks with ... Read More


Would Jacoby Ellsbury be a Fit in New York?

Published on May 9th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Boston’s Jasoby Ellsbury is set to become a free agent this offseason after a seven year stint with the Red Sox that can be described as an imperfect marriage. Ellsbury tore through Boston’s minor league system ... Read More


Ghosts of Flushing’s Past: Ryan Church

Published on May 9th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

The New York Mets have had their fair share of love affairs with the mediocre, hate-filled moments with the underperforming, and passive stances on the fill-ins. As a new feature on Around Citi, we’ll be introducing ... Read More


Should John Buck Be Traded?

Published on May 4th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

When the New York Mets sent R.A Dickey to the Toronto Blue Jays in a deal focused on top prospect Travis d’Arnaud, John Buck was almost an afterthought. The reactions of the media and press made ... Read More


Has Terry Collins Managed an Efficient Bullpen?

Published on April 6th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Last night, the New York Mets fell to the Miami Marlins 7-5 behind several questionable bullpen decisions that raised more than a few questions about Terry Collins’ bullpen management. After voicing concern on Twitter (@MetsLegacy) about ... Read More

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