Archive for August, 2012

Dickey Denied 15th Win as Ball and Win Slips Out Of Thole’s Hand In Mets 3-1 Loss

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Dickey Denied 15th Win as Ball and Win Slips Out Of Thole’s Hand In Mets 3-1 Loss

“Just didn’t get my free hand on the ball. Outfielder hits the cut man, cut man throws a one-hopper to me. Couldn’t have drawn it up any better. I just couldn’t get my bare hand on the ball.” R.A. Dickey was the hard luck loser as the Padres defeated the Mets by a score of […]

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Satin, Lutz, Power Bisons To 13-7 Victory

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Satin, Lutz, Power Bisons To 13-7 Victory

On a night when Jeurys Familia was struggling, the Bisons offense overcame an early deficit and powered past the Syracuse Chiefs last night by a score of 13-7. It seemed as though Familia had started to turn it around last month, pitching three stellar games in a row towards the middle of the month. However, […]

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Byrdak To DL With Sore Shoulder

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Byrdak To DL With Sore Shoulder

The New York Mets have announced that left handed reliever Tim Byrdak has been placed on the 15 Day DL with a sore left shoulder. Byrdak, 38, will have an MRI in New York on Monday and will be examined by team doctors from the Hospital for Special Surgery. Byrdak said he injured himself delivering […]

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Heads Up…

An article by posted on August 3, 2012 0 Comments
Heads Up…

A reader sent this over to me and it’s pretty freaking cool. They call this video “Heads Up”, I decided “Mets: 2112″ sounds better. Anyway, you will now be seeing this playing from time to time at Citi Field… Enjoy it. http://youtu.be/slmv9PWlNVc    

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Mets Bullpen Could Be A Team Strength Down The Stretch

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Mets Bullpen Could Be A Team Strength Down The Stretch

Closer Frank-Frank is being activated today. Mike Puma of the post writes: After spending the last five weeks on the disabled list with a strained left oblique, closer Frank Francisco will rejoin the Mets today, giving the team some much needed depth in the bullpen. The right-hander is 1-3 with a 4.97 ERA and 18 […]

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Dustin Martin’s Walkoff Single Gives B-Mets Thrilling 4-3 Win In Extras

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Dustin Martin’s Walkoff Single Gives B-Mets Thrilling 4-3 Win In Extras

It took two innings of free baseball to do it, but the Binghamton Mets won the rubber match of their series against the Harrisburg Senators on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium by a score of 4-3. Dustin Martin’s one out single in the bottom of the twelfth inning scored Raul Reyes from second base leading […]

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Who Are The Real Mets? First Three Months Of Season, Or First Two Weeks Of Second Half?

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Who Are The Real Mets? First Three Months Of Season, Or First Two Weeks Of Second Half?

“Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes”. The Famous line from the movie The Godfather seems somewhat fitting for how the Mets looked in July. They looked like they were dead in the water. Now as the calendar has turned to August it seems as though they have come up for air and are beginning to […]

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Mets Lower Minors: Strong Effort By Cuan Wasted, Maron Keeps Hitting, Gant Solid

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Mets Lower Minors: Strong Effort By Cuan Wasted, Maron Keeps Hitting, Gant Solid

St. Lucie 2, Clearwater 5 Angel Cuan struggled behind and some poor defense a poor relief outing by Jack Leathersich aided in a 5-2 loss to the Clearwater Treshers. Cory Vaughn and Alonzo Harris had RBI on the day and the  S.Mets struggled to get runners in  position to score Key Players: Alonzo Harris – 2 for […]

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Mets Minors Beat: Prospects Have Big Week As Wheeler, Pill, Montero, And DeGrom All Pitch Great

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Mets Minors Beat: Prospects Have Big Week As Wheeler, Pill, Montero, And DeGrom All Pitch Great

Welcome back for the second installment, and first Friday Edition of the brand new, MMO Mets Minors Beat. I’m your host, Petey Pete, and I’ll be going over the transactions reports and box-scores everyday, scanning the team reports, talking to the players and coaches, pouring over reams of scouting reports and statistics. Analyzing, crunching numbers. compiling […]

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Valdespin Gets Hazed, Learns Lesson

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Valdespin Gets Hazed, Learns Lesson

The locker room incident involving Jordany Valdespin’s t-shirt before Wednesday’s game has broken out and become a “thing.” In what probably doesn’t count as his rookie hazing, Valdepin’s plain white t-shirt he wore to the ballpark before Wednesday’s win in San Francisco was jokingly altered by some veterans to remind Valdespin of the club’s self-imposed […]

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Garrett Olson’s Gem Wasted In Bisons 2-0 Loss

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Garrett Olson’s Gem Wasted In Bisons 2-0 Loss

Garrett Olson had his best outing of the season, going seven innings allowing one run on two hits, walking one and striking out seven. Olson was consistently coaxing weak contact and getting the strikeout when he needed it. Robert Carson came out to pitch the final two innings and was just as good, allowing one […]

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