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Johan Santana

  1. the sports section
    Your 2013 MLB PredictionsOh, and also Johan.
  2. the sports section
    Johan Santana and the Mets Are FightingBecause of course they are.
  3. mets
    Say Good-bye to Another Mets SeasonNo more games until April.
  4. mets
    What’s the Cost of Running Onto Citi Field?Remember that guy who ran on the field after Johan Santana’s no-hitter?
  5. mets
    The Mets Had a Bummer of a WeekendNew York fell below .500 after getting swept by the Dodgers.
  6. mets
    Johan Santana Gets His Dickey OnJohan Santana tosses the Mets’ second shutout in a row.
  7. no-han
    A Recent History of Selling No-Hitter Tickets After the FactA growing trend.
  8. subway series
    Hey, They’re Having a Subway Series This WeekendThe Mets and Yankees meet in the Bronx.
  9. no-han
    Jon Stewart Shows Us What Being a Mets Fan Looked Like on Friday NightHis phone’s video camera was rolling from his seat at Citi Field.
  10. mets
    Johan Santana Has Thrown a No-Hitter!It’s the first in franchise history.
  11. mets
    The Mets Are Almost Out of the Pretend PlayoffsThe Mets have lost two in a row at home.
  12. mets
    Hey, So, About Johan Santana Yesterday …Johan Santana’s five scoreless innings yesterday were thrilling.
  13. mets
    The Mets Are Undefeated!Not much offense, but Santana looked sharp and the Mets won 1-0.
  14. 2012 mets preview
    Mets Season Preview: What Constitutes ‘Success’ for 2012 Mets?What needs to be done this year?
  15. Johan Santana May Actually Return This YearThe Mets’ would-be ace is allllllmost there.
  16. Fixing the Mets: The PitchersThe Mets have plenty of work to do in the off-season.
  17. mets
    Johan Santana Pitched in an Actual Baseball Game YesterdayAlso: The Mets swept the Reds.
  18. mets
    So Now Johan Santana Might Not Pitch Until AugustAt least they’re not trying to rush him.
  19. mets
    Chris Young Will Indeed Have Season-Ending SurgeryHis season ends with a 1-0 record and a 1.88 ERA in four starts.
  20. athletic men with money
    Jason Bay and Ronny Turiaf Are the Best-Paid Athletes From Canada and Martinique RespectivelyPlus, more from ESPN’s list of the best-paid athletes from 182 countries.
  21. mets
    Johan Santana, the 2011 Season, and a Whole Lot of SkepticismIt’s been an interesting couple of days for Johan Santana’s rehab from shoulder surgery, or perhaps more accurately, for the coverage of Santana’s rehab.
  22. mets
    Sandy Alderson Gives an Update on When You’ll See Johan Santana Pitch Again“So if you do the math, it gets you to the end of June, the middle part of July.”
  23. mets
    Mets Lose Their Only Real DrawJohan Santana leaves a Mets win early.
  24. mets
    Johan Santana Makes Everything OkayThe Mets win two of three from the Rockies.
  25. mets
    If Only There Were Some Sort of Moral StandingsThe Mets lose to the Cardinals in thirteen innings.
  26. mets
    Johan Santana Is Johan Santana AgainThe Mets hang on to their wild-card lead.
  27. mets
    It Might Be Time to Worry About Mike PelfreyThe red-hot Reds win the opener at Citi Field.
  28. mets
    Mets’ Hold on First Place Lasts About Four HoursThe Mets lose to stay a half-game behind the Braves.
  29. mets
    Jon Niese Is a MasterMets split a doubleheader.
  30. mets
    Forgive Johan Santana’s Grumpy MoodThe Mets lose a walk off.
  31. second place
    Johan Santana Goes BoomJohan Santana gives up the most runs of his career.
  32. first place!
    Meet Your First-Place New York MetsThe Mets sweep a doubleheader to take over first place.
  33. mets
    Let’s Play Two at Citi!Doubleheaders are fun.
  34. undefeated!
    One Perfect Day at Citi FieldThe Mets win their opener.
  35. opening day
    The Mets’ Season Begins NOWMets versus Marlins, opening day.
  36. mets countdown
    Mets Countdown: No. 4, Johan SantanaOur daily look at the twenty most important Mets of the 2010 season.
  37. spring training
    Mets Finally Find Themselves a Catcher’Daily News’ writer catches Johan Santana.
  38. mets
    Johan Santana Looked Awfully Un-Met-Like YesterdayOne-fifth of the Mets rotation is all good.
  39. the sports section
    The Mind-boggling Thing About Johan Santana’s InjuryHe’s been pitching with a sore elbow since the All-Star break.
  40. the sports section
    Once Again, All-Star Picks Favor New YorkAnd somewhat delusionally, in the case of the Mets.
  41. the sports section
    Theories: Johan Santana’s Mysterious Possible InjuryThe worst start of his career last Sunday against the Yankees just compounded everyone’s nightmares.
  42. the sports section
    The Mets Really Like Instant ReplayFor the fourth time in five games, a video review went their way.
  43. the sports section
    Mets Let Johan Down, AgainThe ace lefty didn’t allow an earned run, lowered his ERA to 0.78 — and lost.
  44. the sports section
    Mets Accidently Give Johan All the Run Support He NeedsAs hard as they tried, the Mets offense just couldn’t screw this one up.
  45. the sports section
    Mets Opener Goes Exactly As Planned; Yankees, Not So MuchRight this very moment, someone’s calling in to the FAN to award K-Rod the Cy Young and proclaim CC Sabathia a total bust.
  46. the sports section
    The Olympics: Does Johan Santana Not Love His Country?Not all of the world’s top athletes share this deep sense of nationalism.
  47. the sports section
    Mets Slide Into First, But Is It Too Soon for Hope?Thanks to David Wright’s two-run homer last night, the Mets are tied with the Phillies for first in the NL East. But wait, doesn’t this feel familiar?
  48. gossipmonger
    We Admit, We Think It’s Kinda Gross That David Cross Is Dating Amber TamblynToday’s gossip includes a teary Laurence Fishburne, an irritable Derek Jeter, and dueling hairstylists. But we just can’t get over the Cross thing.
  49. the sports section
    Oye Johan Va!Johan Santana’s opening day debut with the Mets was solid but not mind-blowing. But that doesn’t stop the sports press from losing their heads.
  50. the sports section
    Hal Steinbrenner Calls His Dad ‘George’We’ve always thought it was kind of nice that Hal Steinbrenner, unlike his brother, Hank, keeps his mouth shut. He doesn’t talk himself into a tizzy, he doesn’t battle with the press, and he doesn’t even bluster when events call for it. But this week, he talked at length with GQ and explained a lot of what he has been thinking in a calm, non-obnoxious way. It’s a great interview. “I’m more introverted than extroverted, for sure, but I’m definitely not a recluse,” he told staff writer Nate Penn. “I can’t speak for Hank, but for me, I had my hands full. I didn’t have time to sit down like I am with you. I’m glad I’m doing it now.” Here are some of the highlights: • On reports that he “hates” and “avidly disdains” the media: No truth to that. That was Bill Madden [of the Daily News]. Look, first of all, I don’t hate anybody. It’s a useless emotion. It accomplishes nothing. • On whether he always expected to take over the Yankees: My dad would say, “Someday this is going to be yours. We’re counting on you; we’re counting on Hank. I’m not going to want to do this forever.” I don’t know [laughs] if that was true. George was very involved, and he loved it. • On calling his father by his first name: That’s purely an office thing. I guess when you’re right out of college and working in the office, you don’t want to go around saying [puts on little-boy voice], “Well, Daddy said this. Daddy—” Throughout the course of fifteen years, I think it took on a life of its own here, but certainly not at home. [Steinbrenner adds the he doesn’t call his dad “George” to his face. “That would be completely disrespectful.”]
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