Tag Archives: Terry Collins

Passing Judgment – MLB 1st Half Awards

With the All-Star Game now in our rearview mirror, we can now truly reflect on the first half of the season.  When you look at the standings, there are teams in positions that no one in their right mind could have or would have predicted.  The fact that the Yankees and Rangers sit atop their […]

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Passing Judgment – Johan Santana’s No-Hitter

I consider myself a die-hard Mets fan, whether the team is good or not.  I try and watch as many games as I can no matter who they are playing or who is pitching.  Last Friday night, I knew Johan Santana was going against Adam Wainwright in the first game for Carlos Beltran back at […]

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Passing Judgment – Terry Collins wins the Bay of Pigs

The general consensus amongst Mets’ fans is that when they trade for or sign a star player, said star player will either get injured or lose his ability to play at a level which justified the aforementioned acquisition.  There is a long list of examples dating back many years to justify this feeling – from […]

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Passing Judgment – Carlos Beltran did the “right” thing.

After much speculation in the off-season and heading into spring training, it was officially announced on February 27 that Carlos Beltran would shift from center field to become the Mets rightfielder.  Apparently, he informed manager Terry Collins that he didn’t think his knee could hold up playing centerfield, a position he has excelled at since reaching the major […]

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