Archive for May, 2013

Mets at Cardinals: Tejada In Collins’ Doghouse, Turner Playing SS, Davis Batting Cleanup Experiment Ends

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Mets at Cardinals: Tejada In Collins’ Doghouse, Turner Playing SS, Davis Batting Cleanup Experiment Ends

Starting Lineup Justin Turner – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B John Buck – C Lucas Duda – LF Marlon Byrd – RF Ike Davis – 1B Juan Lagares – CF Dillon Gee – RHP Game Notes WFAN Mets beat reporter Ed Coleman has reported that shortstop Ruben Tejada is in Terry […]

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Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

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Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

Updated by HoJo at 6:00 PM Scott Atchison, who experienced numbness in his fingers while pitching Monday, has been placed on the disabled list according to Assistant GM John Ricco. Atchison was examined Tuesday in New York by team doctors who said there is “no new structural damage.” The 37 year old veteran reliever opted not […]

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Mets Minors Report 5/14: (Update) Wheeler To Miss Next Start

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Mets Minors Report 5/14: (Update) Wheeler To Miss Next Start

  Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas dropped to Albuquerque, 5-2.  Binghamton topped Akron, 5-3.  St. Lucie dropped to Brevard County, 6-5. Savannah lost to Charleston, 5-3.  Injury News The Wheeler Watch has taken a turn…hopefully not for the worst. Adam Rubin has reported that Zack Wheeler will miss his next start due to discomfort […]

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Valdespin Won’t Let Criticism Lower His Self Esteem

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Valdespin Won’t Let Criticism Lower His Self Esteem

Updated at 4:00 PM They criticize me to lower my self esteem but I’m going straight to the top. I was not born to lose. Original Post 1:00 PM “Valdespin knew that was coming. I don’t think it’s fair to say that since we didn’t hit one of the Pittsburgh hitters that he doesn’t have a friend. The notion that he […]

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Matt Harvey is the Dark Knight of Gotham

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Matt Harvey is the Dark Knight of Gotham

What a beauty of a cover and an instant Mets collectible for all you die-hards out there. Get it signed, get it framed, I know I will. MattHharvey has gone from New York sensation to a National sensation in less than a half season worth of starts. SI.com’s Tom Verducci, calls Harvey: “The most fascinating […]

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MLB Revenue Trends vs Payroll, and How the Mets Fit In

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MLB Revenue Trends vs Payroll, and How the Mets Fit In

There’s been a lot of debate over MLB’s new Collective Bargaining Agreement involving whether or not it is more beneficial to small markets or bigger markets. One of the focal points of this debate has centered on the amateur draft and the fact that set limits have been imposed on organizations who were willing to […]

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Mike Francesa Goes Off Against The Mets

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Mike Francesa Goes Off Against The Mets

Big day on WFAN for the Mets – or at least during Mike Francesa’s time slot. After a 10 minute rant against the Mets to open the show, he had Sandy Alderson on for 15 minutes a few hours after that. There was a lot said by both of them – good and bad. Tonight […]

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Lessons Learned: One For All, And All For None?

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Lessons Learned: One For All, And All For None?

“Valdespin knew that was coming. I don’t think it’s fair to say that since we didn’t hit one of the Pittsburgh hitters that he doesn’t have a friend. The notion that he was hung out to dry I think is a mistake. I’m not telling you he’s the most popular guy in the clubhouse, but I don’t think he was hung out to […]

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Bullpen Falters, Bats Silenced, Mets Dealt 6-3 Loss By Cards

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Bullpen Falters, Bats Silenced, Mets Dealt 6-3 Loss By Cards

The newest Met, Rick Ankiel, couldn’t hold onto Ty Wigginton’s sinking line drive for a double. Wigginton then scored from second on an infield hit off pitcher Scott Rice. Matt Holliday followed with a two-run homer, and just like that it was over and the Mets had their fourth straight loss, 6-3, at St. Louis to fall […]

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Montero Looks Sharp Again In 5-2 B-Mets Win

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Montero Looks Sharp Again In 5-2 B-Mets Win

Binghamton 5, Akron 2 The Binghamton Mets matched a season-high 14 hits in a 5-2 victory over the Akron Aeros Monday night at NYSEG Stadium. Binghamton tallied at least one base hit every inning against Akron pitching. The scoring started in the third inning against Matt Packer, as the B-Mets scored three times on three […]

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