Archive for April, 2012

Mets Farm Report 4/10: St. Lucie The Only Affiliate to Win

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METS FARM REPORT 4/10 ROCHESTER 5, BUFFALO 3 Matt Harvey made his second Triple-A start of the season in difficult weather conditions. Harvey battled for five innings, allowed seven hits, two runs (both earned) and struck out four and issued one walk. His ERA in two starts is 5.79. Harvey exited the game after five […]

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Wright Scratched, Game, Preview: Nationals @ Mets

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Wright Scratched, Game, Preview: Nationals @ Mets

UPDATE: Mets just reported that David Wright has been scratched from tonight’s game due to a bruised right pinky. Ronny Cedeno will play third base and bat second. Starting Lineup Ruben Tejada, ss Ronny Cedeno, 3b Daniel Murphy, 2b Jason Bay, lf Lucas Duda, rf Justin Turner, 1b Scott Hairston, cf Mike Nickeas, c Dillon Gee, rhp […]

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Guillen Apologizes After Marlins Hand Down Suspension

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Guillen Apologizes After Marlins Hand Down Suspension

The Miami Marlins announced today the suspension of manager Ozzie Guillen for five games effective immediately. “The Marlins acknowledge the seriousness of the comments attributed to Guillen,’’ the team said in a statement. “The pain and suffering caused by Fidel Castro cannot be minimized, especially in a community filled with victims of the dictatorship.’’ Bench […]

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Lets Hold Off On All The Accolades For Pelfrey

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Lets Hold Off On All The Accolades For Pelfrey

I think some Met fans are making way too much of Mike Pelfrey’s pitching performance last night. In fact he was one bad call from an ump away from being a complete disaster. And even so, Pelfrey now owns the worst ERA on the team with a 4.76 mark. It’s familiar territory for Pelfrey who […]

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Do The Mets Have A Snowball’s Chance?

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Do The Mets Have A Snowball’s Chance?

July 12th, 2011: Mets Trade Francisco Rodriguez To The Milwaukee Brewers July 27th, 2011: Mets Trade Carlos Beltran To The San Francisco Giants December 6th, 2011: Jose Reyes Signs With the Miami Marlins for six years and $106-million These three moves alone were supposed to plunge the Mets into full-on rebuilding mode, into the basement […]

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MMO Fair or Foul: December 6, 2011 – A Day That Will Live In Mets Infamy?

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MMO Fair or Foul: December 6, 2011 – A Day That Will Live In Mets Infamy?

Here’s an interesting take on why the Mets are off to a 4-0 start as written by our friends at SprungOnSports. Read on and then tell us whether you agree or disagree. On December 6, 2011, Mets GM Sandy Alderson signed relievers Frank Francisco and Jon Rauch and acquired Ramon Ramirez along with CF Andres Torres from the […]

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Daniel Murphy Is Coming Up Big For Mets

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Daniel Murphy Is Coming Up Big For Mets

Daniel Murphy has proven he is a bonafide big league hitter. In his first four games this season, Murph has picked up right where he left off before his injury last year. Daniel has been a machine at the plate and coming up with the game winner in the 9th inning of last night’s thrilling […]

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On The Road With Petey Pete: B-Mets – Part Two

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On The Road With Petey Pete: B-Mets – Part Two

On day two of my trip to Bingo, I am reminded of the words Julius Caesar presumably penned in 47 B.C.: Veni, Vidi, Vici. Translation: I came, I saw, I conquered. I think that sums up my triumphant road trip to Binghamton rather nicely. At least I came and I saw, and I guess I did […]

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We’re A Better Team Than People Give Us Credit For

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We’re A Better Team Than People Give Us Credit For

Don’t look now, but the Mets are a win Tuesday away from matching the best start in franchise history — established by the 1985 edition, which opened 5-0. “Everybody is excited about the start,” Terry Collins said after the Mets beat the Washington Nationals, 4-3, Monday night at Citi Field on Daniel Murphy’s walk-off RBI single. “We talked about […]

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Unbeatable! Mets Remain Undefeated With 4-3 Walk-Off Win!

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Unbeatable! Mets Remain Undefeated With 4-3 Walk-Off Win!

Take eight Mike Pelfrey strikeouts to match a career high, one Kirk Nieuwenhuis game-tying homer and a dash of ninth-inning drama culminating in Daniel Murphy’s walk-off single vs. the Nats. Add it up, and behold a 4-0 Mets start. Game Recap Mike Pelfrey started off the first game of home series against the Nationals. Surprisingly […]

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