It’s time for the final ticket giveaway of the 2012 season. You can win a pair of tickets to the Mets-Nationals game at Citi Field on Wednesday September 12, 2012 at 7pm from SeatCrew. You have a chance to see a team with one of the best records in MLB headed for the playoffs. The Nationals are a team that’s certainly worth seeing led by rising stars Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg. Continue reading
We have another Mets ticket giveaway courtesy of Seatcrew.com, the only place to buy and sell tickets online without fees. The technology is phenomenal. If you’re buying tickets, you can find the seller that’s closest to you and see their entire history and ratings from other buyers. You don’t end up paying a percentage to the middle man just to buy tickets. It’s the best way for ticket seller and buyers to connect without paying fees. Continue reading
You can win two tickets to the Mets-Orioles game on June 20, 2012 courtesy of Seatcrew.com. SeatCrew is the premier site for buying and selling sports, concerts, and events tickets with NO FEES. Unlike some of the other sites that charge buyers and sellers fees, SeatCrew charges no fees to either party. It’s the social ticket site with location based technology to find the events and ticket buyers and sellers closest to you. Continue reading
Seatcrew.com is sponsoring a contest for optimistic Mets fans! It’s the beginning of the season so there’s reason for everyone to be optimistic about their team’s chances this season, even Mets fans despite the doom and gloom predicted by most experts. I want to know why you’re optimistic about the Mets this season. Explain in the form below why you’re optimistic and excited about the Mets in 2012. The best entry, judged by me, will win the tickets courtesy of SeatCrew.com. Continue reading
This season The Mets Report will be teaming with Seatcrew.com to bring fans, and readers of The Mets Report free tickets to four games throughout the year. You must “Like” The Mets Report Facebook page and the Seatcrew Facebook page to be eligible to win free tickets. Details of each giveaway will be given several weeks prior to each game. Read on for the specific dates of each giveaway. Continue reading
Following the releases of Oliver Perez and Luis Castillo, I’m really optimistic about the Mets turning into a team of players I like to watch every day. I’m curious to find out if anyone else has a sense of optimism about this team. I’m not delusional about the Mets chances to make the playoffs. They’re still the fourth best team in the division.
At this point my standards have been lowered so much that I can be satisfied with watching a team of players that I like and believe that the best baseball is in front of them. Take the poll below and let me know if you’re optimistic about this team’s future too.
Jeff Wilpon sent an email to everyone subscribing to the Mets email list that they’ve cut their GM candidates down to two people. Josh Byrnes and Sandy Alderson are the two candidates left standing. Allard Baird, Rick Hahn, Dana Brown, and Logan White were informed that they’re out of the running.
I still can’t understand why Wilpon won’t wait for the Rangers season to end to speak with Jon Daniels. But it looks like the Mets are intent on making a decision this week.
I would like to know who your choice is for GM. Both guys have experience, although Alderson’s is much deeper. Do you prefer Byrnes, Alderson, or someone else? Answer the poll below.
Omar Minaya thinks the Mets are still in the NL playoff hunt. Do you? That’s the question.
The reality is that they’re currently 10 games behind the Braves in the NL East and 7.5 games behind the Giants for the Wild Card. There are only 35 games left and there are six teams ahead of them for the Wild Card.
It would appear to require a miracle for the Mets to make the playoffs. I sure don’t think it’s happening. But Minaya thinks it might.
“Guys, we’re still in the hunt,” the GM said. “We’re seven games out of the wild card and we’re still in August. You want to win games.”
Vote in the poll below and let me know what you think.