Archive for March, 2012

Wright and Byrdak Return To New York For Exams

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Wright and Byrdak Return To New York For Exams

Update: According to Kevin Burkhardt, Tim Byrdak will be having a surgery on his meniscus tomorrow.   Original Post: According to Mets.com, David Wright will be returning to New York to have an examination of his sore rib cage muscle that has kept him from participating in any games. The Hospital for Special Surgery is expected to give Wright […]

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There’s A Problem Rearing Its Ugly Head In The Mets Outfield

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There’s A Problem Rearing Its Ugly Head In The Mets Outfield

I love baseball and watching today’s Mets game on WPIX only served to remind me of how much I really dig this game, even when the games don’t count in the standings yet. After reading so much about Johan Santana‘s progress, what a thrill it was to see him firing strikes at will today against the Miami […]

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Mets Bullpen Taking Shape, Parnell and Batista In, Carrasco and Beato Out?

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Mets Bullpen Taking Shape, Parnell and Batista In, Carrasco and Beato Out?

According to Andy Martino of the Daily News, Mets officials have told him that Bobby Parnell has emerged as a “very strong frontrunner” to earn a one of the final spots in the Mets bullpen, and the team sees the only true competition between relievers as Miguel Batista versus D.J. Carrasco – with Batista holding an advantage and Carrasco a […]

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The Ones Who Got Away: 2011 Draft

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The Ones Who Got Away: 2011 Draft

Figured I might as well take an early look at the prospects we didn’t sign from the 2011 draft. It won’t change much, but it is one of those things I always like monitoring. Plus who knows, maybe we will take these kids again in 2014. 12th Round (372nd overall) Kenny Mathews, LHP – Cal […]

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Mets Say Wright Could Be Out Another Week

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Mets Say Wright Could Be Out Another Week

This is not good… David Wright will not return until next weekend at the earliest as he continues to experience left rib-cage soreness. Wright has yet to appear in any Grapefruit League games and since he’s been sidelined with this injury he has yet to swing a bat. Team doctor Struan Coleman is expected to examine Wright in Port […]

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Introduction And Random Thoughts

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Introduction And Random Thoughts

I am a new writer here, so I thought to start off, before talking Mets, I would introduce myself. I am a 19-year old college student. I have been a fan of the Mets my entire life, but sadly I have not been able to see them win it all. I have had the privilege […]

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Mets Sign Kevin Mulvey To Minors Deal, Chris Young Hoping For Return To Amazins’

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Mets Sign Kevin Mulvey To Minors Deal, Chris Young Hoping For Return To Amazins’

The New York Mets announced on Twitter, that they have signed former prospect RHP Kevin Mulvey to a minor league contract. Mulvey, 26, last pitched in the Major Leagues with the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2010 where he appeared in two games in relief. He has appeared in only ten big league games in his career going 0-3 with […]

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M. Donald Grant, Chairman Of The Board

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M. Donald Grant, Chairman Of The Board

The person most responsible for the Mets’ worst years was probably M. Donald Grant. He is best known for sending Tom Seaver away, but his influence in the organization was a detriment toward building a competitive team, or keeping one, and things didn’t get better until he was out of the picture when the Mets […]

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Injured Players “Frustrated” Early On

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Injured Players “Frustrated” Early On

Over at the Star Ledger, Andy McCullough has updates on a few of the injury plagued Mets. He kicks things of with the tidbit that Lucas Duda, who was injured his back working out, is “frustrated” with his swing right now. Duda is expected to take part in the Mets game versus Washington today. McCullough also […]

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Matt Harvey Rebounds With Impressive Outing Against Braves

An article by posted on March 9, 2012 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Rebounds With Impressive Outing Against Braves

Mets’ top prospect Matt Harvey may have suffered from a case of the jitters during his first spring start against the Nationals, but he was anything but jittery today against the Atlanta Braves. This of course isn’t going to change the fact that that he’ll be starting the season in the minors and was told […]

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