Archive for August, 2012

Could Mets Triple-A Team Be Heading To Oklahoma?

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Could Mets Triple-A Team Be Heading To Oklahoma?

Updated 8/18 1:00 PM Tim asked me yesterday to do some digging on this, and so I did. According to what a source from The Oklahoman with knowledge of the situation told me, the Oklahoma City Red Hawks are “not very keen” on renewing their PDC with the Houston Astros. The word is that the […]

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Revisiting Our Predictions For September 1st Promotions

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Revisiting Our Predictions For September 1st Promotions

As more and more news begins to surface as to which players will get promoted in September, I thought it would be cool to review how Pete thought it would play out from a September Call-ups predictions piece we posted earlier this month. In a response to a question from one of our readers, Petey […]

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B-Mets Fall Apart In Late Innings To Lose 10-3

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B-Mets Fall Apart In Late Innings To Lose 10-3

The Binghamton Mets looked like they were on their way to a win on Friday night at NYSEG Stadium, and then watched that win fade away and turn into a blowout as the Richmond Flying Squirrels scored eight runs in the final two innings to take game one of the series by a score of […]

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Story Of Strikeouts

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Story Of Strikeouts

From Elias: Matt Harvey struck out eight batters against the Reds on Thursday, bringing his total to 34 in his five major-league games. The only pitchers who debuted in the major leagues with the Mets and had that many strikeouts in their first five starts are Nolan Ryan (39) and Dwight Gooden (36). Harvey was […]

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Mets Lower Minors: Nimmo Has 6 RBI, Harris Keeps Raking, Fuller K’s 10

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Mets Lower Minors: Nimmo Has 6 RBI, Harris Keeps Raking, Fuller K’s 10

Charlotte 6, St. Lucie 5 Jack Leathersich was hit hard in his relief appearance and St. Lucie took the series opening loss, 6-5. Key Players: Alonzo Harris – 3 for 5, 3 runs scored, 1 strikeout, 1 stolen base T.J. Rivera – 2 for 4, 2 strikeouts Aderlin Rodriguez – 2 for 4, 2 RBI, […]

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Mejia Dominates As Bisons Bullpen Holds Off Iron Pigs 4-2

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Mejia Dominates As Bisons Bullpen Holds Off Iron Pigs 4-2

The Bisons defeated the Lehigh Valley IronPigs 4-2, thanks to a wonderful performance by Jenrry Mejia last night. Mejia was coming off a strong start his last time out, in which he held Pawtucket two just two runs over five innings. This time out against Lehigh Valley, he was even better. Mejia gave up the […]

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Santana Surrenders Two Huge Blasts In 6-4 Loss To Nats

An article by posted on August 17, 2012 0 Comments
Santana Surrenders Two Huge Blasts In 6-4 Loss To Nats

Mets just can’t keep any sort of winning streak going. Santana gets hit with two homeruns as Kelly Shoppach hits one of his own as Mets lose 6-4 to first place Nats. Johan Santana is still plundering. Santana did go perfect through the first three innings with nine up and nine down. However, the fourth […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Two Solutions to the Mets Catching Problems

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MMO Fan Shot: Two Solutions to the Mets Catching Problems

One of the major weaknesses of the New York Mets is the catching position.  Starter Josh Thole has produced nothing offensively and is poor defensively.  Backups Mike Nickeas and Rob Johnson struggle just to hit over the Mendoza line. Newly acquired catcher Kelly Shoppach isn’t awful, but we would be kidding ourselves to think that […]

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He Speaks…

An article by posted on August 17, 2012 0 Comments
He Speaks…

Caught this quote from Sandy Alderson on MetsBlog… “I think we have a much better sense now of who our players are, who we think are going to develop into those championship-caliber players, who may not, and are in a position to act on that. The last couple of years, we’ve done a lot of […]

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#LOLMets Is Still Alive and Well

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#LOLMets Is Still Alive and Well

From the NY Post: Evidently, Citi Field isn’t the place you go where everybody knows your name. On Friday night, the Mets official Twitter page tweeted a video of Daniel Murphy’s first-inning RBI single. The only problem? The message referred to the second baseman as “David Murphy,” who happens to play for the Texas Rangers. The post […]

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