Rafael Montero to Debut in Binghamton

Published on April 3rd, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Rafael Montero made a name for himself this spring when he had an impressive showing against the Washington Nationals on March 24th and will officially see himself in the starting rotation at AA-Binghamton to begin the ... Read More


What Makes Opening Day Important?

Published on March 31st, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Roger Hornsby is regarded as one of the greatest professional ballplayers to ever play nearly a century after he last appeared in the Major Leagues. However, Hornsby may now be remembered more by fans as the ... Read More


The Jose Reyes Effect

Published on March 21st, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Earlier today, Terry Collins all but appointed interim second baseman Jordanny Valdespin as his Opening Day leadoff hitter. Collins, citing Valdespin’s scorching hot start and increased plate discipline this spring, made a decision that is going ... Read More


Could a Beltran Reunion Be Looming?

Published on March 7th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

It was announced today (via NYDN) that St. Louis Cardinals SS Rafael Furcal would miss the 2013 season after undergoing Tommy John Surgery to repair his damaged elbow. Furcal, 35, is on the receiving end of the ... Read More


Jonathon Niese Roughed Up By Venezuela

Published on March 6th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Jonathon Niese was roughed up in this afternoon’s exhibition game against the All-Star casted Venezuelan WBC team. Venezuela, boasting a lineup that consists of Triple Crown Award winner Miguel Cabrera, 2011 National League Batting Champion Carlos ... Read More


Summers At Shea Review

Published on February 28th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

When a Pulitzer Prize-Winning author creates a compilation of their works that reads like a novel, the results tend to have a mesmerizing effect. As a diehard New York Mets fan,I’m enlightened to much of the ... Read More


Bourn Fits in Flushing

Published on January 27th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

As the last Sunday in January bears it’s ugly head, Michael Bourn remains the only star free agent left on the board. Bourn, a Scott Boras client, was speculated to be in line for a 5-year ... Read More


Why Gee Makes More Sense Than Oswalt

Published on January 26th, 2013 | by Josh Chapdelaine

Adding a 3-time All Star pitcher to a 74-win team is typically a sound move, but I was met with confusion this afternoon when reports indicated that the Mets have strong interest in acquiring LHP Roy ... Read More

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