Archive for March, 2011

Emaus Might Hit .210 With Poor Defense – Oh No He Won’t!

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Make sure you check out Adam Rubin’s Morning Tidbits from Port St. Lucie where he has some nice little nuggets of information including this one which caught my attention: An informal clubhouse poll suggests Daniel Murphy may be the preferred second baseman for the Mets. Scouts have serious reservations about Rule 5 pick Brad Emaus’ […]

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Cory Vaughn Shows Off His Immense Power

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In case you missed it, yesterday, Mets prospect Cory Vaughn blasted a two-run homer that still hasn’t landed. The prodigious shot came in the clutch and tied the score late in the game, something Vaughn did a lot last season for the Brooklyn Cyclones. Vaughn had a record setting campaign last season and set franchise records with 14 […]

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Did The Decision To Keep Perez Hurt Ticket Sales?

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I want to share part of an email that came my way on Monday. It came from a longtime reader who occasionally emails the site and it really struck a chord with me. She wrote: Why is Oliver Perez still here? I feel like I’m being punished by the Mets for some unknown reason, or maybe mocked is a better […]

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I Guess I’ll Give It a Shot: Projecting the Mets Opening Day Roster

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With Spring Training starting to get into full swing, we are learning more and more about the players each day. As I result, I believe it is time to give you my projections for the 2011 Mets. On Monday, Craig gave his predictions for the Mets Opening Day roster. You will see a lot of […]

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Oliver Perez Era Is Winding Down

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The Mets are playing the Oliver Perez saga down to the very end. In holding to their word they’d give Perez a chance to make it as a starter, GM Sandy Alderson and manager Terry Collins made the trip Tuesday to watch Perez get whipped by Houston, giving up three runs in three innings in […]

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Rick Peterson: We Had No Depth, What Did You Expect?

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With deference to our own Mr. North Jersey, who beat me to the punch, former Mets pitching coach Rick Peterson talked to Ed Randall this past weekend on Randall’s WFAN program. Amongst other topics, Peterson addressed September of 2007 specifically and had this to say: “I really have a strong passion for New York, for the New […]

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Mets Release A Statement From Beltran

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“I felt a little discomfort in my left knee last week. I spoke to the doctors today. They advised me to just give it a rest for a couple of days. I can hit and do everything, but back off the running part of it. I feel fine. I think I just overcompensated from all […]

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Hey Mets Fans, Cay You Carry A Tune?

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METS HOST ANNUAL ANTHEM SEARCH NEXT MONDAY, MARCH 14 AT CITI FIELD Anthem Search Winners Will Earn Opportunity to Sing the National Anthem Before a 2011 Mets Home Game FLUSHING, N.Y., March 7, 2011 – The New York Mets today announced they will hold their annual Anthem Search Monday, March 14 at 11:00 a.m. at […]

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Ollie Falters In Kissimmee

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Not a good day for Oliver Perez who was very hittable today in what will likely be his last start for the Mets. Perez threw three innings in his third start of the spring against the Astros and allowed three runs on three hits with two walks and one strikeout. It could have been worse as Lucas Duda made […]

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Alderson Wont Make Trade Or Promote Duda or F-Mart If Beltran’s Out

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According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Sandy Alderson does not believe that Carlos Beltran will open the season on the disabled list. Well that’s comforting to know, but this isnt: But the GM added that he’s not in the market for a right fielder at this point and would be more inclined to […]

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