Archive for June, 2013

Boom Or Bust: Cesar Puello, RF

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CESAR PUELLO, RF BOOM OR BUST? Boom or Bust is a feature on our companion site MetsMinors.Net, where we ask our minor league writers to sound off on whether or not they think a particular Mets prospect will be a boom…or a bust. John B. Puello is an electrifying power hitter with some interesting tools.  Puello’s […]

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Don’t Look Now, But Ike Davis Is Heating Up

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Don’t look now, but Ike Davis is showing signs that he might be coming out of his season-long slump. “That’s three days in a row that Ike has hit the ball hard,” Keith Hernandez said on Sunday. Davis collected two hits and three RBIs in yesterday’s loss to the Marlins, including a mammoth 425 foot homer […]

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The Mets Weekly: Forget The Fish, We Swept The Yankees

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The Mets Weekly: Forget The Fish, We Swept The Yankees

Chris and Jenson bring you another edition of The Mets Weekly. In this episode they recap the week that was which started with a bang against the Yankees and ended with a poof in South Florida. Follow Chris and Jenson on Twitter at @TheMetsWeekly and you can subscribe to them on YouTube at youtube.com/themetsweekly.

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Memorable Mets Moments: Joe McEwing Takes On The Big Unit

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Memorable Mets Moments: Joe McEwing Takes On The Big Unit

JOE (DAVID) McEWING VS. RANDY (GOLIATH) JOHNSON Deserved or not, certain players earn a reputation for “owning” certain opponents. Long in the tooth Met fans (like myself) will recall how Tom Seaver was able to dominate many of his era’s greatest hitters but would look like he was throwing batting practice to an otherwise unremarkable […]

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Mets Minors 6/3: Wheeler Close, Ynoa Tosses CG, Taijeron Blasts Three

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Mets Minors 6/3: Wheeler Close, Ynoa Tosses CG, Taijeron Blasts Three

Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas snuck by Fresno, 3-2. Binghamton shutout New Hampshire, 7-2. St. Lucie split their doubleheader against Charlotte, 7-3, 5-3.  Savannah shut down Kannapolis, 7-1. Prospect Pipeline A day after Mets prospect Zack Wheeler rebounded with a solid performance for Las Vegas, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports that the Mets are considering […]

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Time To End The Charade: Let The Kids Play

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Time To End The Charade: Let The Kids Play

Following the Mets’ embarrassing 11-6 loss to the Marlins on Sunday to cap a sweep at the hands of the team widely branded the worst in the league, reporter Adam Rubin tweeted a sage assessment, to wit: “Mets brass should spend off-day contemplating whether they want to be a 100-loss team with prospects gaining experience […]

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Wheeler Could Make MLB Debut During Next Homestand

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Wheeler Could Make MLB Debut During Next Homestand

Updated by HoJo At  2:30 PM A day after Mets prospect Zack Wheeler rebounded with a solid performance for Las Vegas, Mike Puma of the New York Post reports that the Mets are considering a variety of factors in setting a date for Zack Wheeler’s major league debut and he could arrive on the next […]

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Marlins Celebrate Harvey Day With 11-6 Win Over The Mets

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Marlins Celebrate Harvey Day With 11-6 Win Over The Mets

Juan Pierre was on base four times and scored three runs for the Marlins today. Not even Matt Harvey Day could stop the Miami Marlins from beating the Mets this afternoon by the score of 11-6 to complete an embarrassing three game sweep of the Amazins. Looking for his sixth win of the season, Harvey […]

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Offensively, 2005-2008 Seasons Are Starting To Look Like The Good Old Days

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Offensively, 2005-2008 Seasons Are Starting To Look Like The Good Old Days

The Mets have just two legitimate major league hitters in their lineup; David Wright and Daniel Murphy. When the two of them are hot and the Mets get a good pitching performance, the odds are pretty good that they will gut out a win and perhaps even reel off a five game winning streak. But […]

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Mets vs Marlins Preview: Harvey On The Hill Looking To Avoid A Sweep By Miami

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Mets vs Marlins Preview: Harvey On The Hill Looking To Avoid A Sweep By Miami

New York Mets at Miami Marlins Matt Harvey Harvey (5-0, 1.85 ERA) vs Kevin Slowey (1-5, 3,59) First Pitch at 1:10 PM at Marlins Park Starting Lineup Omar Quintanilla – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Lucas Duda – LF Marlon Byrd – RF Ike Davis – 1B John Buck – C […]

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Mets Minors Report 6/2: Wheeler/Montero Shine, den Dekker Still Recovering, DSL Began Yesterday

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Mets Minors Report 6/2: Wheeler/Montero Shine, den Dekker Still Recovering, DSL Began Yesterday

Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas snuck by Fresno, 2-1. Binghamton shutout New Hampshire, 6-0. St. Lucie lost the first game of their doubleheader against Charlotte, 2-1. The second game was rained out. Savannah shut down Kannapolis, 5-0. Both DSL Mets1 and Mets2 won their first games to begin the 2013 DSL. Prospect Pipeline A […]

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