Archive for June, 2012

NL East Report: Trevor Bauer Makes MLB Debut, Utley Returns With A Bang, Morse Is Raking

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NL East Report: Trevor Bauer Makes MLB Debut, Utley Returns With A Bang, Morse Is Raking

The NL East Report is published every Friday and takes a look at the other teams in the division. The reports covers the latest news and notes, injuries and transactions, divisional records versus the Mets, and updated NL East Standings. News And Notes Atlanta Braves: Rookie right-hander Trevor Bauer made his major-league debut Thursday and […]

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Mets Farm Report: McHugh Solid, Cecchini Drives In Two, Flores Keeps On Hitting

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Mets Farm Report: McHugh Solid, Cecchini Drives In Two, Flores Keeps On Hitting

Buffalo 4, Louisville 2 By Sean Kenny Starting pitcher Collin McHugh and company pitched a solid game, and some Bisons backups came through in a key fourth inning in their 4-2 victory on Thursday night to clinch at least a series split against the Louisville Bats. McHugh didn’t have his best stuff, as evidenced by it taking […]

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Young Outduels Capuano In 3-2 Victory Over The Dodgers

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Young Outduels Capuano In 3-2 Victory Over The Dodgers

Recap: Coming off an offensive explosion to avoid the sweep against the Chicgo Cubs, the Mets headed West to open up a three game set in LA. This game wasn’t quite as lopsided, but the Mets still did end up with the “W”, taking the opener of the Dodgers series by a final score of 3-2. […]

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Where Does R.A. Dickey Rank Among Omar Minaya’s All-Time Acquisitions?

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Where Does R.A. Dickey Rank Among Omar Minaya’s All-Time Acquisitions?

Over his six year tenure as general manager of the New York Mets, Omar Minaya made hundreds of acquisitions. Hours of going over stats, phone calls with scouts, negotiations with agents, all in an effort to put the best possible 25 players on the field come Opening Day. Minaya had made some oustanding acquisitions over the years, […]

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Ike Davis Is Coming On Fast and Furious

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Ike Davis Is Coming On Fast and Furious

Ike Davis is tied for fifth in the National League with 20 RBI in June and is batting .267 (20-75) with five home runs, two behind the NL lead, this month. Since June 9th, Davis is batting .353 (18-51) and has five multi-RBI contests during that stretch. His last seven hits have all been for extra-bases. Yesterday against […]

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Mets Prospects Cole Frenzel, Kevin Plawecki and Phil Evans Check In With MMO’s Petey

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Mets Prospects Cole Frenzel, Kevin Plawecki and Phil Evans Check In With MMO’s Petey

On Tuesday I spent the day and night meeting up with the Brooklyn Cyclones who were in Hudson Valley to play the Renegades. I came, I saw, I left. I even beat the crowd out of the stadium parking lot without running anyone down as they scurried for their cars. The game may have left […]

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With 10 Games Left Until All-Star Break, What Are Your Mets Expectations?

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With 10 Games Left Until All-Star Break, What Are Your Mets Expectations?

Yesterday was undoubtedly a much needed win for the Mets as they salvaged the final game of the Cubs series with a resounding 17-1 victory. But with only ten games left until the All Star break, the Mets have a tough four-game set against the Dodgers, before wrapping up the first half with three games at […]

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Mets Farm Report: Pascucci Busts Out With 5 RBI, Flores Homers, Frenzel and Maron Are Red Hot

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Mets Farm Report: Pascucci Busts Out With 5 RBI, Flores Homers, Frenzel and Maron Are Red Hot

Buffalo 9, Louisville 4 By Sean Kenny Garrett Olson had a quality outing today, and the Bisons bats would strike again in their 9-4 win against the Louisville Bats. LHP Garrett Olson may have not been unstoppable today, but he pitched a quality outing going six and one-third innings allowing three runs on seven hits […]

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From Left Field: Capuano Dominating In LA

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From Left Field: Capuano Dominating In LA

Coming off a 17-1 victory against the Cubs, the Mets will open a three-game series against the first place Los Angeles Dodgers. The Mets desperately needed that win and came through in huge fashion by clubbing four home runs. Meanwhile, the Dodgers are coming off being swept by the San Francisco Giants without scoring a […]

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Ike Davis Looks Like He’s Returned To Form

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Ike Davis Looks Like He’s Returned To Form

Ike Davis is showing signs of getting it, both at the plate and with his demeanor. During yesterday’s game in Chicago, Davis apologized to plate umpire Manny Gonzalez for inadvertently touching him with his glove in a dispute at first base the night before. Davis was ejected, will be fined and could be suspended for […]

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