Archive for August, 2012

Notes From Tonight’s 13-0 Trouncing

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Notes From Tonight’s 13-0 Trouncing

METS AT HOME: The Mets lost their ninth straight game at Citi Field, the club’s longest home losing streak since losing nine straight at home from August 28-September 12, 2004…The nine-game home losing streak is tied for the sixth-longest in team history…The Mets last won a game at Citi Field on July 7, a 3-1 victory […]

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Ruben Tejada Leads All MLB Shortstops In Batting Average and OBP

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Ruben Tejada Leads All MLB Shortstops In Batting Average and OBP

Ruben Tejada extended his career-best hitting streak to 12 games last night, going 1-5. Tejada is batting .364 (20-55) with four runs scored and two RBI during this current stretch. The Mets shortstop is hitting .331 (55-166) with a .367 on-base percentage since he returned from the Disabled List on June 24. Tejada’s .322 batting average is the highest among […]

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Amazin’ Solutions – A Look At Left Field

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Amazin’ Solutions – A Look At Left Field

The very hot topic lately with the Metsmerized Nation, and with Mets fans in general, has been the future of the Metropolitans’ outfield, and more specifically, Jason Bay’s future with the team. Mike B noted in his post earlier that Sandy Alderson has stated that the Mets are not simply going to eat Bay’s contract […]

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The Door Has Opened For Lefty Edgin

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The Door Has Opened For Lefty Edgin

With the news of Byrdak going down the door has opened for Josh Edgin to show his stuff. Edgin, 25, excelled for Triple-A Buffalo and as a result pitched his way onto the Major League roster as our second lefty. Now with Byrdak out he becomes the number one guy and has a chance to […]

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Alderson Says Mets Won’t Eat Bay’s Contract, Collins Responds By Saying Bay Will Platoon

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Alderson Says Mets Won’t Eat Bay’s Contract, Collins Responds By Saying Bay Will Platoon

Terry Collins told reporters after the game yesterday, that Jason Bay is now a platoon player in the outfield. His playing time will be dependent on who is on the mound. “We’re going to make some, certainly depending on who is on the mound, some adjustments out there,” Collins said. “We’ve got to get our […]

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B-Mets Split Doubleheader With New Britain

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B-Mets Split Doubleheader With New Britain

The Binghamton Mets and New Britain Rock Cats played two on Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium, with both teams taking one game of the doubleheader.  In game one, the B-Mets battled back from being down five to two to win nine to eight in walk off fashion.  Game two saw the Rock Cats score eight […]

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – Upper Minors

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Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – Upper Minors

Welcome to the first edition of Who’s Hot, Who’s Not – Upper Minors! Today, we will look at the hottest (and coldest) players from St. Lucie, Binghamton, and Buffalo. WHO’S HOT:  Dustin Martin- Martin has been one of the best, if not the best, hitters in the Mets organization over the past few weeks. Martin is […]

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Mets Lower Minors: Montero Un-Hittable, Ynoa Mows ‘Em Down, Chavez Goes Wild

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Mets Lower Minors: Montero Un-Hittable, Ynoa Mows ‘Em Down, Chavez Goes Wild

St. Lucie 9, Palm Beach 1 Rafael Montero had a great day, exiting with a no-hitter and the St. Lucie offense came to play in the 9-1 drubbing of the Palm Beach Cardinals Key Players: Alonzo Harris – 4 for 4, 2 runs scored, 3 RBI, 1 home run, 1 double, 1 stolen base, 1 […]

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Morning Grind: What Should Happen With Pelfrey This Winter?

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Morning Grind: What Should Happen With Pelfrey This Winter?

In all the drama, the peaks and valleys throughout this season, most of us have forgotten about Mike Pelfrey, and the fact that he is entering his final year of arbitration coming off Tommy John Surgery. We’ve seen the roller coaster career of Pelfrey, and now it has reached the point where his time with […]

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Mets Lose Eighth Straight Home Game In 4-2 Loss To Fish

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Mets Lose Eighth Straight Home Game In 4-2 Loss To Fish

The Mets (53-57) lost to the Marlins (50-60) by the score of 4-2 tonight at Citi Field. It feels like this team is just without energy. I can not explain how or why but it just feels like a different team. The fight was once a fight for the wild-card … and now it is a […]

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