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Bartolo Colon, sp, New York Mets

Year Age Tm Lg W L ERA G GS IP H BB SO ERA+ FIP WHIP Awards 1994 21 CLE-min Rk 7 4 3.14 12 12 66.0 46 44 84 1.364 1995 22 CLE-min A+ 13 3 1.96 21 21 128.2 91 39 152 1.010 1996 23 CLE-min AA,AAA 2 2 2.57 21 12 77.0 60 33 75 1.208 1997 24 CLE-min AAA 7 1 2.22 10 10 56.2 45 23 54 1.200 1997 24 … 56 more words

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Mets hot stove: Jon Niese in long relief?

In their first World Series appearance since 2000, the New York Mets silenced many detractors but they also had their primary flaws exposed. One of their biggest flaws is the lack of a reliable bridge between their elite starting pitching and… 394 more words

New York Mets

Bartolo Colon would like to return to the Mets, but he wants to start

42-year-old Bartolo Colon has said he intends to pitch beyond 2015, and has said he would like to be a starting pitcher for a club as well. 327 more words


The November Digital Issue Is Now Available

Letter From The Editors:

The November Digital Download is now available by clicking the cover image found just to the right. We are truly excited to bring you this month’s issue as we have contributions from Former Dodgers’ GM Fred Claire, who discusses his joy over the relaunch of our magazine. 373 more words


♫♫ Whoooo Will Cleannnnse Your Colon!? ♫♫

Jewel maybe? You wish. Not sure how it came into my cranium, but the tune works nice with the revised lyrics don’t you think? I’m surprised how much I enjoy this jam after not hearing it in a decade or so and not being a big Jewel bro (those exist right?). 89 more words

Even with added playoff revenue, Mets better off letting their top free agents walk

By Steven Inman

With the World Series now over, 9 Mets have become free agents. The Mets can’t rest on their NL Pennant and must get to work in bringing back or replacing the players they are losing. 678 more words


Keidel: Mets Did Right By Collins, But This Winter Will Be Telling

By Jason Keidel
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We’ve all taken our gratuitous shots at Terry Collins, the forever .500 manager who always had the feel of an intern. 845 more words