Archive for July, 2009

NL East Report

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Atlanta Braves: (6-4; -5) The Atlanta Braves took two of three from the Chicago Cubs before losing the opener in Colorado. They will finish their series with three more in Colorado before the All-Star Break. Pitcher Javier Vasquez will miss his next scheduled start because of a strained lower abdominal muscle. The Braves had two […]

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Throw In The Towel For 2009?

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The most frightening part about it though, is that there is no help coming anytime soon. If Oliver Perez is the best reinforcement this team is going to gain in the next month, then I’d be hard pressed not to throw in the towel on this appalling 2009 campaign. Certainly you can point fingers, throw […]

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MMO Flashback: The All-Star Game… What Exactly Is The Point?

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MMO Flashback: The All-Star Game… What Exactly Is The Point?

In this edition of MMO Flashback, Rob Silverman takes us back to 2009 when the All Star Game was held at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Hometown player Albert Pujols was the leading vote-getter that year followed by the Yankees’ Derek Jeter. David Wright and Carlos Beltran were both voted into the starting lineup, President Barack Obama threw out […]

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So Who’s Our First Baseman In 2010?

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It’s been such a trying season… You try and maintain some semblance of optimism, but at some point you become overwhelmed with the errors, running miscues, lack of fundamentals, etc. Everyone is blaming the injuries for this Mets debacle ever since Carlos Delgado first hit the disabled list. But what happens next season when Carlos […]

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Livan Tanks, Dodgers Roll, Mets Keep Sinking

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The Mets lost yet another series as the Dodgers pounded them 11-2 last night at Citi Field and took the series two games to one. The Mets have now lost eight of their last nine series… Livan Hernandez started for the Mets (if that’s what you want to call it), and lost his fourth straight […]

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More Shame And Wrong Moves: Time To Fire Manuel

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What was the score tonight? A hundred to two, or some such. I checked out in the fourth inning to garden and get to know my children, who’ve known only a Mets fan psycho for the past month or so. Being true to my Mets OCD-self, however, I had to keep checking back. At the […]

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7/9 Minor League Report! ST. LUCIE! REYES (not Jose!)

An article by posted on July 9, 2009 0 Comments

Buffalo 3, Pawtucket 1 cf Cory Sullivan 0 for 4, .296 lf Jesus Feliciano 1 for 4, run, .301 rf Chip Ambres 3 for 3, 2 runs, 2 HR, 3 RBI, BB, .236 dh Emil Brown 0 for 4, 2 Ks, .262 1b Mike Lamb 0 for 4, K, .221 3b Javier Castillo 1 for […]

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Phillies Sign Pedro Martinez?

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UPDATE 6:15 PM: Jon Heyman confirms that the Phillies are in very serious negotiations with Pedro, but he cannot confirm the $4 million dollar figure in the DR report. According to a post on MetsBlog, the Latino publication Candela Deportivo is reporting that the Phillies have signed Pedro Martinez, who last pitched with the New York Mets. […]

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Roy Halladay, Alex Rios And The Mets

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On Monday, Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports reported that Blue Jays GM, J.P. Ricciardi is willing to listening to offers for the ace of their rotation, RHP Roy Halladay. Needless to say, before long the blogosphere was buzzing with all sorts of hypothetical trades. As one of our readers wrote, when someone like Halladay comes along you don’t think […]

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Don’t Worry Mets Fans, Help Is On The Way

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Believe it or not, the Mets are ever so slowly getting healthier and making their way back. Last night we witnessed the return of Oliver Perez and regardless the mixed results, it was a good first step considering he hasn’t pitched in well over a month. We have some more updates in the news, so […]

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