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Mets May Be BIG Players In August

An article by posted on July 11, 2011 0 Comments

The next two weeks may very well decide a small part of the future of the Mets. Will the Mets hold on to their pieces? Or will Sandy Alderson and Co. trade away various pieces like Beltran, K-Rod, Capuano, Izzy, Byrdak, or Pelfrey? Remember, just because Alderson doesn’t deal certain guys by July 31st, it doesn’t mean […]

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Izzy Asks Alderson Not To Trade Him

An article by posted on July 11, 2011 0 Comments
Izzy Asks Alderson Not To Trade Him

According to the New York Daily News, Izzy has asked Sandy Alderson to not trade him.  When asked about being traded, Isringhausen said this. I have two places in my hear; St. Louis, because I’m from there, and New York, because this is where I started. Those are my two favorite spots, and I don’t […]

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Giants Rocked Us Like A Hurri-Cain, Mets Fall 4-2

An article by posted on July 11, 2011 0 Comments

Mike Pelfrey went a quality six innings, but the Mets defense didn’t do him any favors and the offense didn’t either in their 4-2 loss against the Giants Game Notes Mike Pelfrey had a quality start today, and if it weren’t for the third inning the outcome of this game could’ve gone in another direction […]

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Prospect Spotlight: Jordany Valdespin, SS/2B

An article by posted on July 10, 2011 0 Comments
Prospect Spotlight: Jordany Valdespin, SS/2B

Jordany Valdespin got a late and usual start to his career, but that hasn’t prevented him from from becoming a top prospect. As most Latin American prospects sign and get their career underway at 16-years-old Valdespin did not until he was 19. He signed in June of 2007 for an unknown amount, which was probably […]

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Mets Push K-Rod Trade To Yankees

An article by posted on July 10, 2011 0 Comments

From the latest news on K-Rod according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports,  apparently Sandy Alderson has put out more then a feeler for K-Rod, and the Yankees response wasn’t a rejection, but rather a “call us closer to the deadline” move. While they would be willing to pick up the salary of K-Rod, the […]

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The Captain, Derek Jeter

An article by posted on July 10, 2011 0 Comments
The Captain, Derek Jeter

For those who missed it -for whatever reason – do yourself a favor and find a tape of the Yankee/Tampa game played at the Stadium yesterday in the afternoon. Then play it and watch carefully – you will learn more about baseball than you think. It is an example of how to play the game […]

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Mets Farm Report: July 9th, 2011 – Cory Vaughn Goes Justin Turner

An article by posted on July 10, 2011 0 Comments

Buffalo Bisons 0 – Pawtucket Red Sox 2 This was a beautifully pitched games by both teams, but it was one Zach Lutz error that resulted in the only two runs and cost the Herd the game. Pat Misch had runners at second and third with one out and get a enormous strikeout, but then […]

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Post Game: Mets Get Aced, Lose 3-1 To The San Fran Giants

An article by posted on July 10, 2011 0 Comments

Game Notes Tim Lincecum was the Ace the Mets only hear about as they usually have his number. However, tonight he limited the Mets to one run on four hits  as the Mets lost to San Francisco, 3-1, on Saturday night. Capuano showed a strong showing as well on the Mets side. Six innings with […]

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Ike Davis Progressing with Ankle Injury

An article by posted on July 9, 2011 0 Comments

Yesterday, several sources around the New York Mets confirmed that injured first basemen Ike Davis has taken the next step in testing his injured ankle. Here’s what Adam Rubin of EspnNewYork reported on Davis: [blackbirdpie id="89474175135260672"] According to SNY’s Kevin Burkhardt this is what he had to say on Davis: [blackbirdpie id="89171076910813184"] And finally, Jon […]

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Costas and Michaels Felt Like Mets Post Season Baseball

An article by posted on July 9, 2011 0 Comments
Costas and Michaels Felt Like Mets Post Season Baseball

What a treat it was to watch and listen to legendary broadcasters Bob Costas and Al Michaels covering the Mets game last night, if only for a couple of innings. It felt like it was the post season and somehow the Mets were playing the Giants in the Wild Card round. If only that were […]

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