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Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

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Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

The Cyclones plated 12 runs, scoring in every inning except the first and ninth, with four pitchers combining to hold Staten Island to 5 runs, evening the best-of-three series at one game apiece. Brooklyn forces a decisive third game, winning Game Two by a final score of 12-5. RHP Jeffrey Walters started the game for […]

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Cyclones Fall To The Evil Empire In Game One

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Cyclones Fall To The Evil Empire In Game One

While the bats were fast asleep last night, there were some pretty good pitching performances in the New York Penn League Division Series opener between the Staten Island Yankees and the Brooklyn Cyclones. Unfortunately for the Cyclones, their great pitching went to waste, as they succumbed to the bad guys by a score of 2-0. […]

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St. Lucie Mets Win FSL Southern Division Crown

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St. Lucie Mets Win FSL Southern Division Crown

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE ST. LUCIE METS!  2011 FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS With two outs in the bottom of the 10th inning and the score knotted at 3-3, St. Lucie had runners on first and second when Jefry Marte singled to CF to drive home Travis Ozga with the winning run. The victory made Florida […]

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Mets Lose Both Games Of Doubleheader To Braves, 6-5 and 5-1

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Mets Lose Both Games Of Doubleheader To Braves, 6-5 and 5-1

Chris Schwinden made his major league debut and was hit hard in the Mets 6-5 loss, and in the second game of the double header, Dillon Gee overcame early trouble to hand the ball to a bullpen that would cough up two more runs in the Mets second loss, a 5-1 defeat. Game One Chris […]

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Flight 93 Memorial Dedication

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Flight 93 Memorial Dedication

I’ve just seen how Americans cope with disaster, again. It’s with their hearts and souls. Most of the major TV networks just covered the unveiling of a wall in a field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. A field where the plane out of Boston on that terrible morning of September 11, 2001 was commandeered by a group of the […]

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Could Duda Be An Everyday Player In 2012

An article by posted on September 8, 2011 0 Comments
Could Duda Be An Everyday Player In 2012

Ever since Lucas Duda was called up for his third stint in the majors, he has clearly shown that it was his time to earn a starting spot in 2012. Now the question is can he be the everyday outfielder the Mets need? Well that could be debated, Terry Collins has made it clear that […]

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Mets Lose Two In Minor League Play-offs

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Mets Lose Two In Minor League Play-offs

FLORIDA STATE LEAGUE The Bradenton Marauders ate the St. Lucie Mets’ lunch last night, destroying them by a score of 10-0 in Game Two of their best-of-three series. The series is now even at one game apiece. Bradenton RHP Brett Lorin along with three relievers, hurled a 2-hit shutout, combining to strikeout 6 and walking just 1. […]

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The Day It All Started

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The Day It All Started

I remember September 11, 2001 very clearly. I was working at Yale in my 7th floor office overlooking the New Haven Green – a beautiful place in our city. I had just begun to get ready for my work day 8AM – 4:30PM. I kept a small radio on my window sill and it was […]

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Dickey Leads Mets To 1-0 Victory Over Marlins

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Dickey Leads Mets To 1-0 Victory Over Marlins

Knuckleballer R.A. Dickey delivered another solid performance against the Marlins Wednesday night, in a 1-0 victory by the Mets. Dickey has dominated the Marlins all season long and improved to 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA against Florida in 20 innings this year. The veteran right-hander worked seven scoreless innings and extended his streak of quality starts to nine […]

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Mets On The Verge Of Climbing Mt. 500 Once Again

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When the Mets fell to 61-68 I began to think about how bad this might get.  They had fought so hard all season long, and now the injuries were finally starting to take their toll on this young roster.  The guys like Turner, Tejada, and Gee among others were beginning to get exposed playing everyday […]

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