Archive for July, 2011

Who Is Zack Wheeler: Nolan Ryan Or Oliver Perez?

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Who Is Zack Wheeler: Nolan Ryan Or Oliver Perez?

The trade of Carlos Beltran to the Giants became official earlier today, as the longtime Mets’ outfielder agreed to join the NL West leaders.  In return, the Mets received top pitching prospect Zack Wheeler, who was the sixth overall pick in the 2009 Amateur Draft. Wheeler was ranked No. 55 among all prospects prior to […]

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Mets Farm Report: July 29th, 2011

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Buffalo Bisons 8 – Scranton/WB Yankees 5 Dylan Owen got rocked earlier then settled down and cruised for a while. Owen let four men reach with two outs and faced seven men total resulting in two runs. Owen then allowed a two-run homer in the 3rd. Owen sailed along until he allowed a two-out double […]

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5 In A Row! Mets Beat Wang in 8-5 Win Against Nationals

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5 In A Row! Mets Beat Wang in 8-5 Win Against Nationals

The Mets offense jumped on Nationals starting Chien Ming Wang early, and Dillon Gee pitched a quality game in their 8-5 win. Game Notes Dillon Gee was on point today, and without one defensive miscue may have only allowed one run for his entire outing. Gee went six and two third innings, allowing three runs […]

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Metsmerized Interview With Mets Outfield Prospect Cory Vaughn!

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According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million children and adults—8.3 percent of the population—are living with the diabetes. Among these is Mets outfield prospect Cory Vaughn. Vaughn, the son of former Major League slugger Greg Vaughn, was drafted out of high school by the Phillies in 2007 but opted to attend San Diego State […]

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LHP Steven Matz, 2009 Mets Top Pick, Out For Season

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LHP Steven Matz, 2009 Mets Top Pick, Out For Season

Mack from Mack’s Mets spoke to Steven Matz who will be shutdown for the rest of the 2011 season. Matz:  -  Hey Mack, yeah, my season is definitely going to be over. I was back in simulated games in May, and I seemed to be fine. My velocity on all my pitches was back and even a […]

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Mets Still Exceeding Expectations

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Mets Still Exceeding Expectations

It appears that the Mets seem to be done wheeling and dealing their major players for the 2011 season. With the trades of Carlos Beltran and Francisco Rodriguez, I think it is safe to say that Jose Reyes will remain a Met for the remainder of the 2011 season. Given the Mets’ financial situation and […]

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Mets Farm Report: July 28th, 2011

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Buffalo Bisons 3 – Scranton/WB Yankees 6 Mark Cohoon had another decent start to finish his July and has finished the month 1-2 with a 4.50 ERA in 28 innings along with just one homerun allowed and a 6:20 BB:K ratio. The numbers may not sound spectacular, but they are a big step forward from […]

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The Last Time Ever I Saw His Face: My Tumultuous Relationship With Carlos Beltran

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The Last Time Ever I Saw His Face: My Tumultuous Relationship With Carlos Beltran

“Not quite as sad as when the Mets traded Seaver.  But sad nonetheless.” ~ Stuff My Dad Texts (No, literally, my dad sent me this text Wednesday night) ********************************************** I was upset last week. The Mets were not in town that much in the month of July, and I couldn’t make any of the games.  […]

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Are Athletes Simply A Product?

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It seems to me that Major League Baseball is working against itself. All this preparation to ‘get to the majors’ goes into the first few years of a young prospect. The kids who are chosen work their tails off to be a good player and don’t complain about the conditions or the hard work they must […]

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Johan Santana Sharp In Rehab Start

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Johan Santana Sharp In Rehab Start

Johan Santana was back on the mound for the first time in almost 11 months Thursday night and looked solid for three innings. Originally slated to throw 45 pitches, the New York Mets left-hander threw 33 pitches — 26 for strikes — to get through the three innings against the Daytona Cubs. He allowed two hits, […]

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