Archive for June, 2012

Press Release: Mets Agree To Terms With First Round Pick Gavin Cecchini

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Press Release: Mets Agree To Terms With First Round Pick Gavin Cecchini

METS AGREE TO TERMS WITH FIRST-ROUND PICK GAVIN CECCHINI FLUSHING, N.Y., June 8, 2012 – The New York Mets today announced they have agreed to terms with shortstop Gavin Cecchini, the team’s first-round selection (12th overall pick) of the 2012 First-Year Player Draft. Cecchini will report to Port St. Lucie, FL, for mini-camp starting Monday, June […]

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Mets Farm Report: Big Wheel Keeps On Turnin’, Proud Edgin Keeps On Burnin’

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Mets Farm Report: Big Wheel Keeps On Turnin’, Proud Edgin Keeps On Burnin’

Buffalo 3, Columbus 2 By Andrew O’Brien The Buffalo Bisons scored two runs in the top of the first inning Thursday night and never trailed en route to a 3-2 win over the Columbus Clippers. Garrett Olson (2-3) started for the Herd, pitching five innings while allowing two runs (one earned) on eight hits and […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Can We All Just Get Off Ike Davis’ Back Already?

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MMO Fan Shot: Can We All Just Get Off Ike Davis’ Back Already?

It is pretty clear that everyone believes Ike Davis’ bat is hurting this team. Admittedly the last guy you want to see come up to the plate with men on base in an important situation is Ike Davis.  And no one can deny this is true. Many are supporting sending him down to the Minors […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: A DC Power Shift Edition

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3 Up & 3 Down: A DC Power Shift Edition

To be fair, we have to say the Washington Nationals are a nice up and coming team. With a mix of young guys, like Bryce Harper, veterans like Adam LaRcoche, some great starting pitching, and a fantastic field manager in Davey Johnson, DC baseball fans should not be making plans for October! Our Mets were […]

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22 Years In The Making: R.A. Dickey And The Quest For A 20-Win Season

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22 Years In The Making: R.A. Dickey And The Quest For A 20-Win Season

Not since Frank Viola in 1990 have the Mets produced a 20-game winner.  In fact, the only Met to win as many as 17 games in a season since then was Al Leiter, who went 17-6 in 1998.  But that might change in 2012, and the man who might make it happen is R.A. Dickey. […]

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The Battle For NYC Baseball Bragging Rights Begins Tonight!

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It’s that time of the year again when Mets fans and Yankee fans take to the streets with all their bravado in decades long feud of which team rules the the streets of New York; the Amazins from Flushing or their senior counterparts, those Bronx Bombers. It’s going to a fight to the finish as […]

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Injuries to Shortstops Are Nothing New To Mets Fans

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Injuries to Shortstops Are Nothing New To Mets Fans

This is nothing new. The injury carousel that is the New York Mets shortstop position has been an issue for the past few seasons now, and probably the last decade when you really look at it. Aside from the 4-year span from 2005-2008 where Reyes played everyday, injuries have plagued whoever has manned this position. […]

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Mets To Sell No-Hitters Tickets Starting Monday – Only $50 Each Plus S&H!

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Mets To Sell No-Hitters Tickets Starting Monday – Only $50 Each Plus S&H!

METS TO SELL TICKETS FROM JOHAN SANTANA’S NO-HITTER Purchase Tickets From the Historic Game for $50 Each Season Ticket Holders to Receive Complimentary Reprints, 40-Game, 20-Game, 15-Game, and 6-Game Plan & Pack Holders to Receive Discounts No-Hitter Ticket Offer Starts This Monday, June 11 at 10:00 a.m. on Mets.com FLUSHING, N.Y., June 7, 2012 – The […]

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Mets Avoid Sweep As Dickey Pulverizes Nats 3-1

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Mets Avoid Sweep As Dickey Pulverizes Nats 3-1

Recap: As has come to be expected of R.A. Dickey as of late, he once again threw up goose eggs and is now within spitting distance of Jerry Koosman’s Mets franchise record of 31 2/3 consecutive shutout innings in a season. Dickey picked up right where he left off coming off his shutout this past […]

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Murphy Leads All 2B In Errors and Has Gone Cold At The Plate

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Murphy Leads All 2B In Errors and Has Gone Cold At The Plate

They say a best offense is a good defense – no wait a minute – wrong sport. But where the Mets are concerned a good defense would do wonders for this team. The last two games showcased just how bad the Mets can be defensively and how quickly things can fall apart. The poster boy […]

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