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Mets Invite Tim Tebow To Big-League Spring Training

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — After spending a year in the minor leagues, Tim Tebow will soon find out if he can hold his own against big-league competition. 293 more words


Examining some Josh Harrison trade possibilities

After McCutchen, perhaps no player was more loved by the Pirates faithful than infielder/outfielder/swift army knife Josh Harrison. The short, scrappy J-Hay always brought a winning attitude to the ballpark and had a penchant for making… 599 more words


Chuck Estrada - His New York Mets Career 1967

The Mets signed right-handed pitcher Chuck Estrada as a free agent prior to the 1967 season. He made his Mets debut on April 13, 1967 relieving future Hall of Famer Tom Seaver, who was making his Major League debut. 120 more words

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Ep. 7 feat. Nick Schaefer

Well, the guys are still at it. This time, Nick Schaefer joins the pod as they actually discuss baseball. Topics include the horrible offseason thus far, Mets, White Sox, Andrew McCutchen, and more. 7 more words


Mets Finalize 1-Year Deal With 1B Adrian Gonzalez

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Adrian Gonzalez vows to have a quiet voice with the New York Mets.

A month after the first baseman was released by Atlanta from a contract that guaranteed him $21.5 million this year, Gonzalez finalized… 656 more words


After a Thrilling Weekend of Football, Let's Discuss the MLB Trade Deadline

We are coming off an epic weekend of playoff football.  While I hate when people try to put things in historical context immediately after the events happen, any non-Saints fans can agree that the end of the Saints/Vikings game was one of the greatest moments in NFL history.  1,466 more words


Pete Schourek - His New York Mets Career 1991-1993

The Mets drafted left-handed pitcher out of high school in 2nd round of the 1987 amateur draft.  After spending 4 years in the minors he made his Major League debut with the Mets on April 9, 1991. 243 more words

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