Archive for July, 2012

Mets Farm Report: Mateo Tosses Another Gem, Familia and Mazzoni Get Rocked

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Mets Farm Report: Mateo Tosses Another Gem, Familia and Mazzoni Get Rocked

Durham 12, Buffalo 6 By Connor O’Brien Coming off a 12-6 loss to the Durham Bulls on Saturday night, the Bisons lost by the same score in yesterday’s afternoon game. Jeurys Familia took the hill for the Mets, looking to stop the Bisons’ six-game losing streak to the Bulls. Familia came into the night with […]

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Dodgers Take Advantage Of Mets’ NL Worst Defense To Avoid Sweep

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Dodgers Take Advantage Of Mets’ NL Worst Defense To Avoid Sweep

It was a rough end to an otherwise exceptional series for the New York Mets as the failed to complete the four game sweep of the Dodgers, with poor pitching and sloppy defense being the name of the game as they fell by a lopsided score of 8-3. Dillon Gee got the nod for New […]

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Brooklyn Cyclones Invade The Hudson Valley: July 1st Edition

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Brooklyn Cyclones Invade The Hudson Valley: July 1st Edition

The Brooklyn Cyclones do warm-ups on an already hot day in the H.V. (click any photo to embiggen) Just got back to The Dutch, otherwise known as Dutchess Stadium in scenic Wappingers Falls, New York. I’m gearing myself up for tonight’s grudgematch between the 1st place Brooklyn Cyclones and the 1st place Hudson Valley Renegades. […]

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2012 All-Star Rosters Announced – Wright, Dickey Selected As Reserves

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2012 All-Star Rosters Announced – Wright, Dickey Selected As Reserves

The starting lineups for the 2012 All-Star Game on July 10 at Kauffman Stadium have been announced. including the 17 starters as well as the all the reserves and of course the pitchers. Only David Wright and R.A. Dickey made the cut, Wright as a reserve and Dickey as a starting pitcher. Congratulations to both […]

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All-Star Game Shocker! Pablo Sandoval Beats Out David Wright At Third Base

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All-Star Game Shocker! Pablo Sandoval Beats Out David Wright At Third Base

In a shocking development, San Francisco Giants’ Pablo Sandoval has beaten out David Wright to start at third base for the National League at this year’s All-Star Game in Kansas City. Sandoval has hit .307 with a .366 on-base percentage, .482 slugging percentage, and .848 OPS with six home runs and 25 RBI in 166 at-bats […]

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Who Misses Jose Reyes?

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Who Misses Jose Reyes?

It’s funny how some things work out in this game. About a year ago this week we were staging a “Don’t Trade Reyes Rally” at Citi Field and everyday we were consumed with countless posts about keeping Reyes at all costs and how the team would be doomed if we lost him. I oughta know […]

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Mets Farm Report: Nimmo Slam Makes Brooklyn A Winner, Kingsport Wins Barn-Burner

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Mets Farm Report: Nimmo Slam Makes Brooklyn A Winner, Kingsport Wins Barn-Burner

Durham 12, Buffalo 6 By Connor O’Brien The Durham Bulls beat the Buffalo Bisons last night by a score of 12-6. Mark Cohoon took the mound for the Bisons in just his second start with Buffalo. In his first, he was roughed up by Durham on the road, allowing seven runs on eight hits in […]

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Brandon Nimmo Blasts A Game-Winning Grand Slam

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Brandon Nimmo Blasts A Game-Winning Grand Slam

On Saturday night, Brandon Nimmo connected for his first home run of the 2012 season, a seventh inning grand slam to put the Brooklyn Cyclones up 6-2 over the Aberdeen Iron Birds. The score would stand and the Clones won the rubber match to take the series. Nimmo became the first player of the year to hit […]

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Dodger Domination Continues As Mets Roll 5-0

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Dodger Domination Continues As Mets Roll 5-0

Johan Santana delivered a masterful performance and Ike Davis blasted a three-run homer as the Mets beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 and handing them their seventh straight loss, . Santana was at his crafty best and improved to 6-4, allowing just three hits in his eight scoreless innings while walking two and striking out three. In five career starts […]

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