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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - October 30, 2015

October is almost over and even your pal Sully thinks it is too late for Baseball.

Meanwhile, the Mets are finally playing a home World Series game. 68 more words


Omar Minaya: 'Always Thought Murphy Could Hit For Power'

It’s safe to say that many people have been surprised by Daniel Murphy’s power display this postseason. After all, Murphy hit “just” 14 homers in the regular season – a career high – but has suddenly homered in six straight postseason games, becoming the first player in Major League Baseball history to do so. 385 more words

Kevin Burkhardt: 'Omar Minaya Deserves Some Credit'

After sweeping the Chicago Cubs in the NLCS, the New York Mets were clearly the better team. Still, few people could have predicted the series would unfold as it did. 714 more words


Keidel: Omar Minaya Deserves A World Of Credit For What's Happening In Queens

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The Mets are so much fun and have Gotham so spellbound that you just can’t go a day without chatting, reporting or writing about them. 527 more words


Report: Despite Daniel Murphy's Heroics, Mets Are Unlikely To Re-Sign Him

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Daniel Murphy is the talk of the town.

The 30-year-old, who debuted with the Mets in 2008, has been the star of the MLB playoffs thus far. 297 more words


Boomer & Carton: The Story Of How Steven Matz Became A Met

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Have you ever wondered how Steven Matz became a Met?

Well, during this informative segment of the Boomer & Carton Morning Extravaganza, Craig filled us in on the details and informed us all of the major role former Mets’ GM Omar Minaya played in the process. 6 more words


Omar Minaya: 'Wright Will Definitely Play Again'

Mets third baseman David Wright has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, a narrowing of the spinal column that can cause back and leg problems. Wright, who was already on the disabled list with a strained right hamstring, will take a week off before resuming normal baseball activities and seeing how his body reacts. 523 more words