Archive for June, 2012

Mets Farm Report: Starters Familia, Almonte and Verrett All Shined Last Night!

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Mets Farm Report: Starters Familia, Almonte and Verrett All Shined Last Night!

Buffalo 5, Columbus 1 By Joe D. What a tremendous start for Jeurys Familia who threw 5 2/3 scoreless innings while striking out six in Buffalo’s 5-1 win over Columbus. Familia allowed just two hits and two walks and at one point he retired eight batters in a row in what may have been the […]

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Mets Fall To Nats 5-3 For Third Straight Loss

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Mets Fall To Nats 5-3 For Third Straight Loss

Jeremy Hefner didn’t have his best outing of the season, but was victimized by a home run and some defensive errors and the Mets offense struggled against the Nationals in their 5-3 loss on Wednesday Game Recap Jeremy Hefner coming off of his last outing couldn’t duplicate the same level of success today against Washington. […]

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Mets Preview/Starting Lineup: Bay Out With Flu-Like Symptoms, Dickey Tries To Stop 3-Game Skid

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Mets Preview/Starting Lineup: Bay Out With Flu-Like Symptoms, Dickey Tries To Stop 3-Game Skid

Jason Bay was in the original starting lineup for today, but he removed himself because he is experiencing flu-like symptoms. Scott Hairston will take his place and bat sixth. Starting Lineup 1. Kirk Nieuwenhuis CF 2. Josh Thole C 3. David Wright 3B 4. Lucas Duda RF 5. Daniel Murphy 2B 6. Scott Hairston LF 7. […]

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Ruben Tejada Heading To NYC To Meet With Team Doctors

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Ruben Tejada Heading To NYC To Meet With Team Doctors

Updated 7:00 PM Terry Collins said that there has been a slight change of plans and instead of Ruben Tejada going back to St. Lucie, he is instead headed to New York where he will be examined by Mets doctors. As I reported in an earlier post, Tejada pulled himself from a rehab start with […]

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While Collins Continues To Skirt Issue On Ike Davis, What About Derrek Lee?

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While Collins Continues To Skirt Issue On Ike Davis, What About Derrek Lee?

This morning, Jessep already laid out a great case as to why first baseman Ike Davis should be demoted to Buffalo with all expediency and I don’t have anything more to add to that. But on that front, Terry Collins was asked again about the situation yet he continues to dance around the issue. Adam Rubin […]

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Okay, Someone Needs To Say It… Re-Signing Hairston Was A Stroke Of Genius

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Okay, Someone Needs To Say It… Re-Signing Hairston Was A Stroke Of Genius

I can imagine some of the stomachs churning already after reading that title. But as I was going through some of the Mets notes, it’s hard to ignore what an incredible impact Scott Hairston has made on this team so far this season. Hairston hit a home run and scored three runs last night after entering […]

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Mets Activate Bay, Add Beato to 40, DFA Satin and Place Young On Paternity Leave

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Mets Activate Bay, Add Beato to 40, DFA Satin and Place Young On Paternity Leave

The Mets have announced that left fielder Jason Bay has been activated from the 15-day disabled list and reliever Pedro Beato from the 60-day disabled list. To make room for Jason Bay on the roster, the Mets have placed pitcher Chris Young on paternity leave. Meanwhile, the Mets designated Josh Satin for assignment to clear a spot for Pedro Beato. So […]

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Could Kirk Nieuwenhuis Be The Odd Man Out?

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Could Kirk Nieuwenhuis Be The Odd Man Out?

When Kirk Nieuwenhuis was called up on April 7th, I’m sure a lot of people weren’t expecting Captain Kirk to have an major impact on the team going forward into the season.  Guess what? He has. Luckily, he has done all that and more for the Amazin’s. Not only has Nieuwenhuis provided the Mets with some key hits offensively, […]

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Jon Stewart Experiences Mets No-Hitter Nirvana

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Jon Stewart Experiences Mets No-Hitter Nirvana

If you haven’t seen comedian Jon Stewart’s reaction to Johan Santana’s no-hitter, I think you’re going to love this video… The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Stewart is a life-long suffering Mets fan just like many of us and he does an outstanding job of sharing his reaction which I’m sure was very similar to […]

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Mets Farm Report: Bisons Annihilated In 21-3 Drubbing, St. Lucie Wins In Walk-off

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Mets Farm Report: Bisons Annihilated In 21-3 Drubbing,  St. Lucie Wins In Walk-off

Columbus 21, Buffalo 3 By Andrew O’Brien The Columbus Clipper scored 17 runs through the first four innings Tuesday night en route to a 21-3 drubbing of the Buffalo Bisons. Dylan Owen (3-3) started the game for Buffalo. In three innings of work, Owen allowed 11 hits, 13 runs (all earned), walked five and struck […]

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