Archive for May, 2012

Jenrry Mejia Solid In His First Game Back

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Jenrry Mejia Solid In His First Game Back

Jenrry Mejia pitched solidly today for St. Lucie as they beat Brevard County by the score of 4-2. The Mets’ one-time top prospect tossed five innings and allowed just two runs on four hits and two walks with one strikeout. Mejia’s fastball ranged between 91-95 mph, but more importantly he felt good afterward in what was […]

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At Least When The Mets Struggle, They Don’t Play Dirty

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At Least When The Mets Struggle, They Don’t Play Dirty

The supposed “grand dynasty” that is the Philadelphia Phillies appears to be wavering to this point in 2012. Inconsistent bullpen work, aging players and awful defense have resulted in their resting at the bottom of the NL East 30 games into the season. Some teams would mope and continue to free fall, others would rise […]

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Mets Go For The Kill In Philly

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Mets Go For The Kill In Philly

The Mets have won 17 games this young season, ten of the come-from-behind variety and seven by one run. They have won six series, sweeping two. They go for the sweep today in Philadelphia. Doing so will represent another step in their development. Contending teams close out games and close out series. Winning a series […]

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The New York Minayas?

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I don’t know if you noticed (how could you not?) but it seems like every time a young player does something positive, we see discussions here, and even on WFAN yesterday regarding which GM brought that player to the Mets. First, as I’ve said here I think Minaya did a better job than most give […]

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Wilmer Flores Is Finally Starting To Put It Together

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Wilmer Flores Is Finally Starting To Put It Together

I know it’s early, but the promising start to the 2012 campaign for Mets former top prospect Wilmer Flores is extremely encouraging.  He was ranked at the top of the organization in recent years due to his hitting ability and future potential, but did not live up to the hype on the field. So far […]

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Ask Petey: What Will The Mets Look Like In 2017?

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Ask Petey: What Will The Mets Look Like In 2017?

What am I doing here, on a grimy pier in lower Manhattan at 5 am? That’s a very good question. Just because I get a cryptic message from someone claiming to be JetsMets13, who says he has proof that a renegade Mets blog is conspiring to sell Mets secrets on the black market. The guy […]

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MMO Farm Report: Harvey Wins Third Straight In 3-0 Buffalo Win

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MMO Farm Report: Harvey Wins Third Straight In 3-0 Buffalo Win

Buffalo 3, Gwinnett 0 By Andrew O’Brien Buffalo scored one run in each of the first three innings Tuesday night en route to a 3-0 win over the Gwinnett Braves. Matt Harvey (3-1) threw six shutout innings, scattering just five hits while striking out five and walking three. His Triple-A ERA is down to 4.00. In […]

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Mike Nickeas On His Journey Thus Far

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Mike Nickeas On His Journey Thus Far

With Josh Thole going on the new 7-day DL with a concussion, Mike Nickeas will get a chance to show what he’s got as an everyday backstop over the next week. This is a wide open opportunity for Nickeas, who has never been known for much more than an above-average arm and a good clubhouse guy. After […]

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The Dude Abides As Er-Orr Leads To 7-4 Victory For Mets

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The Dude Abides As Er-Orr Leads To 7-4 Victory For Mets

Mets took advantage of their opportunities tonight and pulled off a 7-4 win in Philadelphia , giving them back-to-back wins against their division rivals. Summary So you know that large majority of you that like defense? You should leave now. However, if you enjoy beating the Phillies, I permit you to stay. So… all of you, […]

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Gary Carter No. 8 Contest – Win Free Tickets To See Mets vs Reds On May 17

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Gary Carter No. 8 Contest – Win Free Tickets To See Mets vs Reds On May 17

Hey Mets fans… We are at it again with yet another great MMO Fan Giveaway! This time we are going to present one lucky Met fan with a Free Pair of Tickets for Thursday, May 17th when the Fightin’ Mets take on Joey Votto, Jay Bruce and the rest of the Cincinnati Reds! It looks like the starter […]

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Mets Place Thole On 7-Day DL, Call Up Rob Johnson

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Mets Place Thole On 7-Day DL, Call Up Rob Johnson

The New York Mets announced the club has placed catcher Josh Thole on the 7-Day Disabled List with a concussion and selected the contract of Rob Johnson from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League. Johnson will wear #16 and will be available for tonight’s game. Righthanded pitcher Pedro Beato was transferred to the 60-Day Disabled […]

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