Archive for June, 2012

An Organizational Flaw

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As I watched the Subway Series this weekend, I couldn’t help but feel disgust for the Mets bullpen. I know I’m not alone here. In terms of Rauch, Francisco and Ramirez, I felt that the “back of their baseball card,” was enough to make me feel okay about their acquisitions. I still think they are […]

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MMO Fair Or Foul: Forget Triple-A, Promote Zack Wheeler To The Mets Now

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MMO Fair Or Foul: Forget Triple-A, Promote Zack Wheeler To The Mets Now

Hey, I haven’t done of these in a while, but after I read something over at ESPN New York this morning, I just knew it was time for a new edition of MMO Fair or Foul… Each week, ESPN senior baseball editor Matt Meyers and Mets blogger Mark Simon convene to discuss the upcoming week for the Mets. I […]

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The Bingamton Buzz : Hello Mr. Gorski!

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The Bingamton Buzz : Hello Mr. Gorski!

Ramblings From Henry and Fayette Streets The Week That Was: June 4th – June 10th  After Mother Nature postponed their first game of the week, the weather cleared in the northeast enough for the B-Mets to complete their schedule for the remainder of it.  It started with a three game series in Harrisburg against the […]

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Mets Farm Report: Vaughn Slugs 12th Homer, Den Dekker Leads League In Everything

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Mets Farm Report: Vaughn Slugs 12th Homer, Den Dekker Leads League In Everything

Buffalo 4, Norfolk 2 By Sean Kenny The Bisons offense managed to capitalize on the hits that they did scratch across, and the quartet of pitchers today proved effective in their 4-2 win against the Norfolk Tides Dylan Owen started again today, and was effectively wild on the day, limiting the Tides to two runs […]

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Subway Series – Always A No-Win Situation For The Mets

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This weekend’s three game sweep at the hands of the hated New York Yankees resulted in a number of things.  In the process, the Mets have now dropped six of their last seven games and fallen to a mere three games above .500 for the first time since May 24th.  Their all-time record against their […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: The Cross-Town, All-Down Edition

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3 Up & 3 Down: The Cross-Town, All-Down Edition

The Mets lost all three games of the first installment of the 2012 Subway Series. Round one was played up in the Bronx, where the Yankees took advantage of the short porch in right field with great frequency. I’m not sure exactly what the Mets took advantage of, if anything. So this time out we […]

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Hey Mets Fans, This Is The Test

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Hey Mets Fans, This Is The Test

Whenever a once sub-par team gets off to a surprisingly positive start, the scrutinization of said team comes in droves. Is this team for real? Can they contend with the best baseball has to offer? At one point will they founder and come back to earth? These questions are all we hear until a club […]

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Warner Fusselle, Radio Voice of the Brooklyn Cyclones, Passes Away

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Warner Fusselle, Radio Voice of the Brooklyn Cyclones, Passes Away

WARNER FUSSELLE, VOICE OF BROOKLYN CYCLONES, PASSES AWAY ***Georgia native was previously Was Voice of This Week in Baseball, Seton Hall Basketball*** Warner Fusselle, the radio “Voice of the Brooklyn Cyclones” since the team’s inception in 2001, passed away last night of an apparent heart attack at Hackensack (NJ) Medical Center. He was 68. A […]

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Yankees Complete Sweep Of The Not So Amazin’ Mets

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Yankees Complete Sweep Of The Not So Amazin’ Mets

Well, that was a sobering series, wasn’t it? For only the second time in Subway Series history, the Mets were swept by the the Yankees in Yankee Stadium in the Bronx after a brutal 5-4 loss that came after the Mets squandered a three-run lead. Jon Niese started today and delivered a solid outing that was worthy […]

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Jenrry Mejia’s Shift To The Bullpen Is Official

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Jenrry Mejia’s Shift To The Bullpen Is Official

Looks like it’s official… Triple-A manager Wally Backman confirmed tonight that Jenrry Mejia will indeed be removed from the Bisons rotation and will start working out of their bullpen effective immediately. Mejia concludes his stint as a Bisons’ starter with an  0-1 record, a 1.13 ERA and seven strikeouts in 16 innings. It won’t be […]

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