Archive for April, 2012

Mets Farm Report 4/9: St. Lucie, Savannah Win In Walk-Off Fashion

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Mets Farm Report 4/9: St. Lucie, Savannah Win In Walk-Off Fashion

METS FARM REPORT 4/9 ROCHESTER 3, BUFFALO 2 Red Wings shortstop Brian Dozier hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to give Rochester a comeback victory, snapping Buffalo’s three-game winning streak. The Bisons bullpen entered the game with 14 scoreless innings to begin the season. Protecting a 2-1 lead, lefty Chuck James made his Bisons debut […]

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Doug’s Dugout: One Game At A Time

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Doug’s Dugout: One Game At A Time

In Doug’s Dugout today, we discuss: Beating the Braves, the Mets’ new Mantra, and other random thoughts. Anytime the Mets sweep the Braves, regardless of expectations, it’s a great feeling.  Because no team in the Eastern Division has inflicted more hurt on the Amazins.  If only they had stayed in the Western Division, like it […]

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Check Out This Funny Video: Mets Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Check Out This Funny Video: Mets Seasonal Affective Disorder

Check out this funny Zoloft spoof on the Mets by those pranksters at UCB Comedy. Hat tip to Mets Police.

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If Healthy, Who Knows What This Team Can Accomplish

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Before Opening Day, there was a ton of negativity surrounding the Mets.  Regardless of the positive resolution to the Madoff lawsuit, fans and the media alike continued to be negative about the team and the Wilpons. With the team now going into their second series of the season against the Nationals, Mets fans actually have […]

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Three Up and Three Down – Opening Series Sweep Edition

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Three Up and Three Down – Opening Series Sweep Edition

The New York Mets open the 2012 season with a three game sweep of division rivals, the Atlanta Braves. The Mets were so very good this series, that the 3 downs are going to seem picky, but here we go. 3 Up: Johan Is Back: Johan Santana looked sharp in the Mets opening day 1-0 […]

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What We Learned from the Mets’ Sweep of the Atlanta Braves

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What We Learned from the Mets’ Sweep of the Atlanta Braves

With the first weekend of the New York Mets’ season now in the books, there are certainly a number of things to be excited about. The team got off to a great start and they were able to sweep the division rival Atlanta Braves. Obviously, this was only three games and there is still a […]

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Series Preview: Nationals v. Mets

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It’s April 9, 2012 and the New York Mets are 3-0. The last 3 NL teams to go 3-0 were Philadelphia (2011, lost 4th game), Cincinnati (2011, won 5 straight), and San Francisco (2010, won 4 straight). You have to like the way you feel waking up today with a 3-0 Mets team right? My […]

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Will Pelfrey Keep The Mets Rolling?

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Will Pelfrey Keep The Mets Rolling?

One of baseball’s most popular cliches is pitching is contagious, both good and bad. Tonight against Washington, Mike Pelfrey, who struggled during spring training  will attempt to follow up the Mets’ strong showing from its rotation in his first appearance of the season. The Mets have been here before with Pelfrey, and your guess is […]

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Has David Wright Regained His 2008 Form?

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Has David Wright Regained His 2008 Form?

David Wright has begun the 2012 season on an absolute tear, first in the NL batting average, second in OBP behind Corey Hart, and three walks to zero strikeouts in nine at-bats. To boot, he has also already hit his first home run, and it was not aided by the fences being brought in. While […]

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On The Road With Petey Pete: The Binghamton Mets

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On The Road With Petey Pete: The Binghamton Mets

In the words of Mark Twain, “The coldest winter I ever saw was the summer I spent in San Francisco.” An excellent thought but obviously Mr. Twain never saw a baseball game at NYSEG Stadium in Binghamton, NY on a Friday night at the beginning of April. Wow, it really gives new meaning to the phrase “chilled to […]

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