Archive for April, 2013

Is Ike Davis The Longterm Solution At First Base For Mets?

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Is Ike Davis The Longterm Solution At First Base For Mets?

You can Google Ike Davis with dozens of different questions, but here’s one you won’t find an answer to: Why isn’t he as good as advertised? It was May of 2011 when Davis was hitting .302 with a .383 on-base percentage and resembling the slugger the Mets had trumpeted he could be when he ran […]

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Prospect Spotlight: Kevin Plawecki Is Making Some Noise

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Prospect Spotlight: Kevin Plawecki Is Making Some Noise

One of the things I love about Twitter is how it can spontaneously erupt into a great debate and then lead into other things where you get even more insights and come away smarter than you were before you logged on. My post about MetsBlog’s poll results this morning, generated an enormous response from fans […]

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Tapia Loses Control, T.J. Rivera Carries Offense In St. Lucie Loss

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Tapia Loses Control, T.J. Rivera Carries Offense In St. Lucie Loss

St. Lucie Mets 4, Palm Beach Cardinals 7 Pitching has been the story for St. Lucie in 2013 thus far. Everyone has praised the pitching staff as being one of the best in the minor leagues, and we’ve told tales of their dominating performances to start the season. That all came to a screeching halt […]

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Mets Minors Who’s Hot & Who’s Not: Plawecki Scorching, Satin Crushing, Montero Dealing

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Mets Minors Who’s Hot & Who’s Not: Plawecki Scorching, Satin Crushing, Montero Dealing

Four of the Mets minor league affiliates opened up their seasons last Thursday, and with almost a week of game play in the books, it is a great time to bust out the first Who’s Hot and Who’s Not for the 2013 minor league season. Who’s Hot Josh Satin 1B, Las Vegas – Josh Satin has […]

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Lutz and Lagares Homer In Blowout Vegas Victory

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Lutz and Lagares Homer In Blowout Vegas Victory

Las Vegas 14, Fresno 3 The 51s bats were in full force, putting the game out of reach by the first inning with a five-spot. — Collin McHugh had a great outing today, going seven innings and allowing four hits while being charged with two unearned runs. He walked nobody and struck out five. McHugh […]

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Get Ready For All the Chills and Thrills of the Mets vs Twins Series

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Get Ready For All the Chills and Thrills of the Mets vs Twins Series

Of all the tweets in all the world of Twitter, the one with Target Field blanketed in snow is the most telling. There is five inches of snow with more forecast in Minneapolis where the Mets play tonight. The high for the series is forecast at a blustery 43 degrees. It will be colder with […]

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Solid Effort By Logan Verrett Wasted In Binghamton Defeat

An article by posted on April 11, 2013 0 Comments
Solid Effort By Logan Verrett Wasted In Binghamton Defeat

New Hampshire Fisher Cats 3, Binghamton Mets 1 BINGHAMTON, NY (by Tim Heiman) – With the aid of two late home runs, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats beat the Binghamton Mets 3-1 in the home opener at NYSEG Stadium. Josh Rodriguez doubled down the left field line in the fourth inning, which got the offense […]

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Featured Post: Mets Fans Hope the Dream Can Become a Reality Once Again

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Featured Post: Mets Fans Hope the Dream Can Become a Reality Once Again

Since the birth of baseball, teams have had one goal for each season and that was to win the championship and allow their fans bragging rights. Many teams have had the honor of not only winning one, but winning the Fall Classic multiple times. But for Mets fans wanting to win more than two and […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: What The Heff Happened In Philly Edition

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3 Up & 3 Down: What The Heff Happened In Philly Edition

The Mets drop their first road series of the 2013 season, losing 2 of 3 games against the hated Philadelphia Phillies. Here are the 3 Up and 3 Down from this series. Amazing Matt: Matt Harvey pitched the series opener on Monday night, and was spectacular once again. Harvey went seven innings giving up only […]

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This Mets Team Can’t Afford Mental Mistakes

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This Mets Team Can’t Afford Mental Mistakes

I cringed as Domonic Brown’s three-run home run in the bottom of the first inning disappeared deep into the stands at Citizens Bank Park last night. Phillies 5, Mets 0 before we even blinked. But then I realized that Citizens Bank Park is band box, and one or two big swings would get the Mets […]

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