Archive for June, 2012

Dickey’s Performance Was The Best By A Met All Year

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Dickey’s Performance Was The Best By A Met All Year

It may not have been the best performance of the evening, –that accolade belongs to Matt Cain and his perfect game and 14 punchouts– but it was the most dominant performance by a Mets pitcher all season long. R.A. Dickey completed a masterful one-hitter against the Tampa Bay Rays taking 106 pitches to do so […]

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Johan Out For Redemption as Mets Look To Complete Sweep Of Rays

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Johan Out For Redemption as Mets Look To Complete Sweep Of Rays

Starting Lineup Kirk Nieuwenhuis – CF Jordany Valdespin – DH David Wright – 3B Lucas Duda – RF Ike Davis – 1B Daniel Murphy – 2B Jason Bay – LF Josh Thole – C Omar Quintanilla – SS The Mets go for the three game sweep tonight as they take on the Rays in Tampa. […]

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RA Dickey – From Journeyman to “The Man”

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RA Dickey – From Journeyman to “The Man”

Professional sports, especially baseball, have a way of sensationalizing the efforts of millionaires.  These folks are after all only human, but even still there are times when things just seem too good to be true.  Take for instance the career path of RA Dickey.  I would call his time with the Mets a resurgence,  but […]

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Mets Farm Report: McHugh Shines Again As B-Mets Lose A Pair And Gnats Win A Pair

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Mets Farm Report: McHugh Shines Again As B-Mets Lose A Pair And Gnats Win A Pair

Game 1: Reading 3, Binghamton 1 By Tim Burns The Binghamton Mets jumped out to the early 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first in game one of their double header against the Reading Phillies on Wednesday night, but in the end found themselves on the losing end of the final score by a […]

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No One Can Have Just One (No-Hitter)

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No One Can Have Just One (No-Hitter)

R.A. Dickey had the most amazing, most tremendous, most [insert your favorite superlative here] start of his career last night, coming within two David Wright muffs of pitching the first perfect game in Mets history.  His performance came less than two weeks after Johan Santana tossed the first no-hitter in club annals and on the […]

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TOTALLY R.A.D. – DICKEY THE CONQUEROR!

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TOTALLY R.A.D. – DICKEY THE CONQUEROR!

HE’S UNBELIEVABLE! The Mets (34-29) demolished the Rays (35-27) for their second consecutive win tonight by the score of 9-1 in what may have been Dickey’s most spectacular performance as a Met and in his career. Dickey faced just two batters over the minimum tonight in a scintillating performance, striking out 12 batters and allowing just one hit […]

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Prospect Pulse: RHP Collin McHugh Being Promoted To Buffalo On Monday?

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Prospect Pulse: RHP Collin McHugh Being Promoted To Buffalo On Monday?

                Now that Jenrry Mejia has been moved from the starting rotation to the bullpen at AAA to be groomed for a relief role at Citifield in the not-too-distant future, there are presently only four starters in the Buffalo Bisons rotation: Matt Harvey, Jeurys Familia, Garrett Olson, and […]

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The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

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The Mets Twitterverse: When The Bullet Hits The Bone

As someone who takes great pride in running a Mets fansite, I must admit that occasionally I am repulsed by the behavior of some of those who call themselves Mets fans. Among our incredible fanbase, lurk many who occupy the lowest depths of depravity and are a pariah among us. You may have wondered what […]

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Bullpen’s Folly: Last Night’s Win Against The Rays Was A Rare Delight

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Bullpen’s Folly: Last Night’s Win Against The Rays Was A Rare Delight

Stephen Guilbert from Mack’s Mets penned an interesting post that pointed out a rare occurence in last night’s 11-2 win against the Tampa Bay Rays. Here’s a small part of it: Last night, the Mets accomplished a feat that has proved difficult for them in 2012–they played a full nine-inning game in which the bullpen did […]

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Mets Farm Report: Flores Settling In At 2B, Den Dekker Hits The Ground Running In Buffalo

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Mets Farm Report: Flores Settling In At 2B, Den Dekker Hits The Ground Running In Buffalo

Bisons 8, Norfolk 7 By Andrew O’Brien The Norfolk Tides committed three errors in the seventh inning and the Buffalo Bisons plated three runs en route to an 8-7 victory on Tuesday night. Buffalo jumped out to an early lead, scoring two runs in the bottom of the second inning when Sean Kazmar hit a […]

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