Archive for July, 2010

Mets Finally Beat D-Backs In 5-4 Walk-Off Win!

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Mets get a walk-off win against the Diamondbacks, 5-4. The Mets finally get a win against the last place D-Backs with help from a great start by Hisanori Takahashi, a two run double by David Wright, and a triple by Jesus Feliciano that ended up being the winning run. Finally, the Mets are able to […]

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The Remains Of The Day, Another Mets Fail

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Here is a round-up of all the day’s happenings as chronicled by the incredible MLB Trade Rumors. Each headline will link back to them, so click it if you want more details. Giants Acquire Ramon Ramirez Red Sox Acquire Jarrod Saltalamacchia Giants Acquire Javier Lopez Braves Acquire Ankiel, Farnsworth Dodgers Acquire Octavio Dotel Braves Acquire […]

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Game Preview: Diamondbacks vs Mets

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The Mets play the second game of the series tonight after losing to Arizona again this season last night. It was bizarre and stressful game last night as the strike zone was about the size of an apple, the Mets had power to rally (early), Valdes self-destructed, and Citi-Field continued to fall apart. The Mets […]

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The New York Mets – The State of Disunion

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I’m like most Mets fans, I’m eternally hopeful almost to the tipping point of naivete. Perhaps it’s just the way most of us have grown up as Mets fans, always believing yet more times than not, having our hearts ripped out and handed to us, Temple of Doom style. Yet our loyalty always remains as […]

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Mets Tried To Dump Ollie and Castillo Off On The Cubs

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Update 11:45 AM Ken Rosenthal and Jon Heyman reported that the Mets were trying to push Oliver Perez andLuis Castillo to the Cubs for problematic RHP Carlos Zambrano. They were rejected. That’s like trying to push the Swine Flu on somebody… Where do the Mets come off trying to trade two players who are not worthy of a Major League roster spot, […]

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Valdes Annihilated, Mets Lose 9-6

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In a game where David Wright hit two home runs and the Mets offense put up some run support, Raul Valdes was pitching volleyballs and the Diamondbacks tee’d off, winning the opening game of the series 9-6. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey was hit early on in the game, and hit hard. Mike’s final line of […]

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Jason Bay Placed On DL, Reflecting On His Signing

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The Mets officially placed outfielder Jason Bay on the disabled list on Friday. Bay continues to suffer with continued headaches, a week after he hit the outfield wall at Dodger Stadium while making a catch. Minor league outfielder Jesus Feliciano was promoted from Triple-A Buffalo to take his place and will be available tonight against […]

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7/30 Minor League Report! Duda, Fernando, PUELLO, TABB!

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We will hold our second MPH chat in the chat room on August 5th, followed by our third on August 23rd, instructions for getting in are located directly below the Rotoworld widget. If you have any questions, use the chat box (either of them) to ask, and I’ll anwer. AAA International League: Buffalo 3/9/0, Columbus […]

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Honesty Begets Loyalty

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So I was thinking about urinals…..No I’m kidding, that was a fun blog to write though! As the trade deadline hovers over the sports world, we’re all following tweets and refreshing espn.com several times a day just to see if any deals have been made. Are the Mets making any moves? Are we getting a […]

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Mets Trade Mike Jacobs For PTBNL

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The Mets have traded Mike Jacobs to the Toronto Blue Jays for a player to be named later. Jacobs, 29, began the season with Mets, but after slow start was demoted to AAA-Buffalo, opening the door for Ike Davis who has thrived. Jacobs was hitting .260/.313/.478 for Buffalo with 23 doubles and 15 homers. Nick Evans has been promoted […]

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