Archive for July, 2012

Street Is Open To Mets Trade, Will Patch Things Up With Geren

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Street Is Open To Mets Trade, Will Patch Things Up With Geren

Yesterday, Jon Heyman of CBS Sports reported that  the Mets might look to acquire a veteran reliever or two, and possibly a veteran catcher before the July 31 trade deadline, “since they owe it to manager Terry Collins and the players.” This morning he writes that Huston Street would have no problem joining the Mets and reuniting […]

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Subway Series Scaled Down From Six Games To Four Beginning Next Season

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Subway Series Scaled Down From Six Games To Four Beginning Next Season

Yesterday in Kansas City, MLB Players Association chief Michael Weiner told reporters that the Mets and Yankees and other interleague rivals will play three or four games beginning in 2013, not six according to a Associated Press report. “It wasn’t fair to have six games against an opponent that other teams in your division didn’t,” Weiner said at a […]

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Mets Farm Report: In Night’s Only Action Verrett Throws Complete Game Shutout For Savannah

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Mets Farm Report: In Night’s Only Action Verrett Throws Complete Game Shutout For Savannah

Savannah 2, Delmarva 0 By Pete Shapiro Logan Verrett is back, he’s all the way back. After missing time on the D.L. earlier this year with arm troubles, he dominated Delmarva last night throwing his first professional complete-game shutout, and in doing so helped Savannah defeat the Shorebirds by a score of 2-0. Verrett (3-2, 2.84) simply […]

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Game # 8,020 Was 20/20. And What It Tells Us About The Second Half

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Game # 8,020 Was 20/20. And What It Tells Us About The Second Half

It had taken 8020 games but it finally happened. When David Freese swung and missed at a 3-2 change-up from Johan Santana, the Mets accomplished something we wondered if we’d ever get to see: A No-Hitter by one of our own. Be it ESPN, MLB Network, SNY or any local newspaper, the underlying theme was […]

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Val Pascucci Crowned Triple-A Home Run Derby Champ!

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Val Pascucci Crowned Triple-A Home Run Derby Champ!

While Prince Fielder was winning the MLB Home Run Derby last night in Kansas City, Valentino Pascucci was making some noise of his own at Coca Cola Field in Buffalo where Scooch hit 22 home runs to win the Triple-A All-Star Home Run Derby. A crowd of 17,224 at Coca-Cola Field chanted Pascucci’s name as […]

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Matt Harvey Will Not Replace Dillon Gee

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Matt Harvey Will Not Replace Dillon Gee

Mike Puma of the NY Post reported that Mets prospect Matt Harvey is “not a consideration” for now to replace the injured Dillon Gee, but that the door is being left open for a promotion later in the season. Okay, sounds cool, logic and sanity prevails… Now who does replace Dillon Gee? The possibilities are endless… Not […]

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MMO Player Of The Week: All Star David Wright

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MMO Player Of The Week: All Star David Wright

Congratulations to this week’s MMO Player of the Week… Through the use of the scorecard, let’s take a look at how David Wright did this week: G AB H R 2B 3B HR RBI BB K AVG 6 25 8 3 1 0 2 9 2 5 .320 Wright showed his power again this week adding […]

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Mets Farm Report: Almonte Shines For Lucie, Gorski and Robles Are Hard Luck Losers Again

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Mets Farm Report: Almonte Shines For Lucie, Gorski and Robles Are Hard Luck Losers Again

Buffalo No Game Scheduled Valentino Pascucci won the Triple-A Home Run Derby on Monday night before a crowd of 17,244 in Buffalo, beating Charlotte’s Dan Johnson of the Chicago White Sox organization in the finals. Buffalo hosts the Triple-A All-Star Game on Wednesday, with Matt Harvey, Pascucci and closer Fernando Cabrera due to represent the Bisons/Mets. Buffalo is presently on their […]

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The Binghamton Buzz: Wrapping Up The First Half On A High Note

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The Binghamton Buzz: Wrapping Up The First Half On A High Note

Ramblings From Henry and Fayette Streets The Week That Was: July 2nd – July 9th  The Binghamton Mets record in the week preceeding the mid-season break sent them into their mini-vacation on a positive note.  They ended their season long losing streak on Tuesday the third with a 3-2 win over the Altoona Curve, and all […]

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MMO Fantasy Brief: The Mets at the All-Star Break

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MMO Fantasy Brief: The Mets at the All-Star Break

The first half of the 2012 season is over and much to the pleasure of fans everywhere, the Mets are six games above .500 and surpassing most of the expectations set for them this season. However, it’s not just in the standings that the Mets are making headlines, but in fantasy leagues across the world […]

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