Unfrozen Caveman Leftfielder and Other Hitters to Grab for the Summer

Month to month, the MLB season changes more than almost every other sport. Certain players historically excel in some months, while some guys hurt themselves in others. Well, with April out of the way and May half way over, who excels in the summer months? Finding guys who dominate in June, July, and August is … Continue reading

This Week in Metsdom

Since the second coming of Jesus (a.k.a. Ike Davis), the Mets have sprung from the bottom of the NL East to second place, currently just a half game behind the Phillies. Also promising is the return of Jose Reyes. Yes, he’s been back in the lineup, but until recently he was looking like an April … Continue reading

New York Mets: The Reyes Question

With Opening Day fast approaching the Mets are still unsure of Reyes’ exact status. Of course their star shortstop will be back before too long, but the all important question seems to be whether or not he will make the Opening Day lineup. Reyes naturally says he feels fine, but it’s going to be a … Continue reading

Performer We'd Most Wish Injury Upon 2009, The Mets, Pau Gasol, Jake Cutler

And this year’s Performer We’d Most Wish Injury Upon Award goes to…..(drum roll)…..Skip Bayless of ESPN. First Take regular Skip Bayless take the stairs please, and whoever is behind him(no pun intended), give him a nice shove.(again, no pun intended) Has there ever been a host you wished a torn achilles upon more than Skip … Continue reading

New York Mets: Everyday Struggle

Johan Santana is slated to pitch Tuesday March 9th, making his way back from last year’s season ending surgery, and looking to regain his former Cy Young form. Johan said “I can get full extension again, which will allow me to throw my wicked slider and send hitters to the dugout shaking their heads.” I … Continue reading