Archive for September, 2012

Mets Contain Chipper, But Lose Andres Torres And The Game 3-0

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Mets Contain Chipper, But Lose Andres Torres And The Game 3-0

The New York Mets lost the opener of their weekend series with the Braves by the score of 3-0 tonight in Citi Field. Jonathan Niese got the start and really deserved a better fate this evening. The lefty allowed just one run, a solo shot by Jason Heyward, on five hits and a walk while striking out […]

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Maybe The Mets’ 2012 Season Wasn’t So Bad After All

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Maybe The Mets’ 2012 Season Wasn’t So Bad After All

It was a weird moment when I sat down on Wednesday evening and started thinking. I have been watching baseball since about 2001. I aspire to be a storyteller years from now. Someone who is knowledgeable and respected. But no matter how good the storyteller, and I am not too good yet, one needs material […]

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My Thoughts On MLB’s Mets Top 20 Prospects – Part 1

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My Thoughts On MLB’s Mets Top 20 Prospects – Part 1

Yesterday, I took at the newly updated Top 20 Mets Prospects list by MLB’s Joey Nowak and Jonathan Mayo. I was very disappointed to say the least, and it didn’t look like much thought was put into it. Some of their choices were way off and hard to justify. Reese Havens at number 8 was laughable, […]

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Ike Davis Needs To Hit Leftys And Become A Complete Player

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Ike Davis Needs To Hit Leftys And Become A Complete Player

Ike Davis has already overcome a lot in his brief major league career, beginning with an injured ankle that forced him to miss most of last year and a bout of Valley Fever which sapped his strength this season. However, after a dismal start that had some clamoring for him to be sent to the […]

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Metsmerized Radio Wrap-Up: Episode 2 Featuring Adam Rubin

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Metsmerized Radio Wrap-Up: Episode 2 Featuring Adam Rubin

The MetsMerized Radio Show team was proud have ESPN’s Adam Rubin as our featured guest for our second official episode. Adam expounded on a variety of hot topics and shared some great insights. Our host, Matthew Falkenbury of the Daily Stache, had a great exchange with him. MMO Minor League Editor, Pete Shapiro, dropped some great […]

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Mark Simon Nails It On Chipper

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Mark Simon Nails It On Chipper

I must have read a dozen or so articles on what Mets fans should or shouldn’t do as Chipper Jones brings his farewell tour to Flushing for one last goodbye. In a post entitled, “Honor Chipper? Not So Fast”, Mark Simon of ESPN concludes with the following: Maybe it seems a bit dopey to say […]

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Is It A Coincidence The Mets Picked Things Up After Francesa’s Tirade?

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Is It A Coincidence The Mets Picked Things Up After Francesa’s Tirade?

Do you think it is just a coincidence the Mets have picked things up following the verbal thrashing they took two weeks ago from Mike Francesa on WFAN? Mike sat there and stewed over the inept performance by the Mets on August 23rd in their loss, and completion of a four game sweep in Citi Field at […]

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St. Lucie Eliminated From FSL Playoffs After 11-7 Defeat

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St. Lucie Eliminated From FSL Playoffs After 11-7 Defeat

Chase Huchingson & Co. struggled with pitching and the lack of any quality defense doomed the St. Lucie Mets in their 11-7 series loss. Chase Huchingson struggled, pitching three and one-third innings, allowing six runs on seven hits, walking one and striking out three. The bullpen was put into work early, with Jack Leathersich pitching […]

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Mets To Wear First Responder Hats On September 11

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Mets To Wear First Responder Hats On September 11

In a tradition that started after the attacks of September 11, the New York Mets today announced they will honor New York City First Responders by wearing hats from the city agencies during batting practice and the National Anthem prior to the 7:10 p.m. game against the Washington Nationals Tuesday, September 11 at Citi Field. […]

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Source Says Mets Cut Losses To $23MM And Are On Firmer Financial Footing

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Source Says Mets Cut Losses To $23MM And Are On Firmer Financial Footing

According to a report by Josh Kosman of the NY Post, the Mets are expected to cut their 2012 season loss by two-thirds from last year, to roughly $23 million. That figure is in line with expectations, but not enough to support anything but a modest uptick in payroll in 2013. But even with the […]

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Metsmerized Radio Welcomes ESPN’s Adam Rubin To Tonight’s Show

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Metsmerized Radio Welcomes ESPN’s Adam Rubin To Tonight’s Show

Get ready for a brand new episode of Metsmerized Radio tonight and every Thursday night from 6:00 – 7:00 PM on Blog Talk Radio. Join your Host and DailyStache.net editor Matthew Falkenbury for another hour-long show packed with plenty of insights, questions and commentary about the New York Mets. Tonight we are honored to have […]

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