Category: Spring Training 2007
ST Game 1: First Impressions

ST Game 1: First Impressions

Judgments made on the first game of spring training are unfair to players. We pundits are holding their every move under a microscope. Further, we're freaking out at the slightest ...

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Pitching: Perfect World

Pitching: Perfect World

Hope springs eternal, and as far as baseball goes, spring is eternally hopeful. Optimism abounds at every camp in Arizona and Florida in Februray through the end of March, as ...

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Who Is Chip Ambres and Why Do We Care?

Who Is Chip Ambres and Why Do We Care?

On December 19th, the Mets added invited several non-roster players to spring training, among them, Chip Ambres. The move was about as loud as a mouse fart, though a few decibels ...

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The Business of Milledge

The Business of Milledge

This week, before either player even stepped on to the field, many members of the media and blogosphere were debating the "competition" between Shawn Green and Lastings Milledge. ...

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Pitching: Keeping Seats Warm

Pitching: Keeping Seats Warm

Obviously, we won't know anything about how the Mets' pitching staff will shake out come the end of March. Right now, it's all guesswork. Injuries can occur to anyone at anytime; ...

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Pelfrey and Humber

Pelfrey and Humber

The multitude of young arms will make this spring will be especially exciting for Mets fans, with the bulk of the eyes glued to Mike Pelfrey and Philip Humber. There are even a ...

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Continuity is Key

Continuity is Key

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For once, let's forget about the Mets' starting rotation and focus on a positive: the continuity of the regular lineup from last year to this year. It may seem like a small ...

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Lastings Impression

Lastings Impression

Lastings Milledge has entered the building. The heralded, cocky, misunderstood, enigmatic, immature, tremendously talented Milledge reported to Mets spring training today, one ...

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