The 2009 ALCS and 2004 ALCS are practically mirror images of each other. Indistinguishable. Talk about carbon copies! I haven't seen this level of uncanny similarity since watching Woody Harrelson and Wesley Snipes in White Men Can't Jump. Yeah, that's about how alike these two series ar ... More >>
We like to say that the Mets sure do keep things interesting, but now we're thinking "hilarious" is more the word. Today they won against the Cardinals, but lost two players to injuries. Pitcher John Niese collapsed during a warm-up pitch in the second inning, having apparently stressed his h ... More >>
Mets general manager Omar Minaya (pictured) confirms that both he and manager Jerry Manuel have been told they'll keep their jobs next year. Maybe that big win over the mighty Nationals last night clinched the deal. Or maybe no one else wants their jobs. Faith and Fear in Flushing calls this good ... More >>
The Mets aren't going to win anything this year. That's what you really want to know, so we'll give it to you right off. They're only four games under .500, but the problem now isn't just that the Phillies appear much stronger, but that Florida and Atlanta are in front of them in the NL East. ... More >>
The Empire State Building will glow Yankee blue and white tonight as the Bombers beat the Mets 15-0 yesterday to take the three-game weekend series, 2 games to 1. The Yankees now have a 39-30 edge on the Mets since the start of interleague play in 1997 (not counting the regrettable 2000 World Serie ... More >>
Recession desperation produces a quaint throwback
Obama told Chrysler and GM to get their shit straight or go bankrupt. The new head of GM said that was okay with him. (Aren't they supposed to whine and resign in the Times?) This of course made Obama a fascist. Rightbloggers were also mad when Obama went to Europe and wasn't nice enough to the Qu ... More >>
But not seeing the Bombers get beat.
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