Archive for May, 2013

Vegas Gets Blanked, Musters Only Three Hits In 3-0 Loss

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Vegas Gets Blanked, Musters Only Three Hits In 3-0 Loss

Sacramento 3, Las Vegas 0 Sometimes…you just have those games where nothing goes right for you on offense – even in the PCL. This was one of those games for Las Vegas, who mustered only three hits as a team, and they were all singles. Jamie Hoffmann, Juan Centeno, and Zach Lutz were the men […]

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Puello’s HR Only Offense For Binghamton In 3-1 Defeat

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Puello’s HR Only Offense For Binghamton In 3-1 Defeat

  Harrisburg 3, Binghamton 1 The Binghamton Mets stranded the tying run on base in the ninth inning in a 3-1 loss to the Harrisburg Senators on Friday night at Metro Bank Park. Binghamton left eight aboard in the game and went 0-for-4 with runners in scoring position in the final two innings. One out […]

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Valdespin Ignites Huge 7-5 Comeback Win For The Mets

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Valdespin Ignites Huge 7-5 Comeback Win For The Mets

Wow, this was a great game for the Mets who just beat the Atlanta Braves 7-5 in extra-innings at Turner Field tonight. I hope you caught all the action because it was one of the best games and biggest wins of the season for the Mets. Jordany Valdespin once again sparked the big inning and […]

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Syndergaard Solid Again, But St. Lucie Shutout Behind Him 6-0

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Syndergaard Solid Again, But St. Lucie Shutout Behind Him 6-0

Fort Myers 6, St. Lucie 0 St. Lucie’s starter Noah Syndergaard was locked in a pitchers’ duel with Fort Myers’ starter Matthew Summers for the majority of this game.  Syndergaard fired five scoreless innings to start the game before running into trouble in the sixth. Fort Myers’ third baseman Miguel Sano doubled off Syndergaard, but […]

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Series Preview: Atlanta Braves

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Series Preview: Atlanta Braves

The Braves made headlines this offseason with their acquisition of B.J. Upton in November, signing him to a five year deal worth about $75 million. However, just when the offseason was winding down and it appeared the Braves were done, they surprised everyone and acquired B.J.’s brother Justin from the Diamondbacks. The tandem added a […]

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Mets vs Braves Game Preview, Lineup: Byrd In CF, Brown In RF, Turner At 1B

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Mets vs Braves Game Preview, Lineup: Byrd In CF, Brown In RF, Turner At 1B

Mets Starting Lineup 1. SS: Ruben Tejada 2. 2B: Daniel Murphy 3. 3B: David Wright 4. C: John Buck 5. 1B: Justin Turner 6. LF: Lucas Duda 7. CF: Marlon Byrd 8. RF: Andrew Brown 9. SP: Shaun Marcum Game Notes Collin Cowgill was demoted to Triple-A Las Vegas to clear the roster spot for […]

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Cowgill Optioned To Triple-A, Andrew Brown Called Up And Is With The Team

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Cowgill Optioned To Triple-A, Andrew Brown Called Up And Is With The Team

Updated on May 3 at 2:40 PM The Mets have selected the contract of OF Andrew Brown from Triple-A Las Vegas and added him to the 40 man roster, the team announced. The 28-year old was batting a sizzling .367/.440/.622 to go along with 13 doubles, three triples, and two home runs. He was leading the team […]

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Parnell Wants To Be The Go-To Guy Everyday, Collins Wisely Being Careful

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Parnell Wants To Be The Go-To Guy Everyday, Collins Wisely Being Careful

Kristie Ackert of the Daily News had a nice piece yesterday about Bobby Parnell and his being the closer of the 2013 New York Mets. Parnell was called in to close out the ninth on Monday in the series opener against the Marlins and failed to shut the door, leading to a 15-inning affair and […]

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Ike Davis’ Struggles Extend Beyond the Ks

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Ike Davis’ Struggles Extend Beyond the Ks

I could dedicate an entire post to Ike Davis‘ miserable .169 batting average, or maybe his .315 slugging percentage. The fact that he has hit just four homers and driven in eight runs through 25 games is alarming too, but those are things we’re all made well aware of each day. He’s recorded 15 hits, […]

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Collins Needs To Smarten Up And Play Valdespin

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Collins Needs To Smarten Up And Play Valdespin

Pinch-hitting is one of the more difficult things to do in the sport. After sitting for up to two hours, you are given little time to get loose and thrust into position of trying to hit a 90-mph., fastball or nasty fall-off-the-table breaking stuff. Few do it well, but the Mets’ Jordany Valdespin has a knack for […]

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