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MMO Farm Report: Cecchini’s Grand Slam Lifts Kingsport, Aderlin Picks Up Four Ribbies, Familia Rocked

An article by posted on July 29, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Farm Report: Cecchini’s Grand Slam Lifts Kingsport, Aderlin Picks Up Four Ribbies, Familia Rocked

Indianapolis 6, Buffalo 0 By Connor O’Brien Last night in Indianapolis, the Bisons were defeated once again by a score of 6-0. Jeurys Familia, coming off a stretch of great starts, got the start for Buffalo. In his previous start, he gave up seven runs against Charlotte and failed to make it out of the […]

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Matz and Tapia Make Baseball America’s Hot Sheet

An article by posted on July 28, 2012 0 Comments
Matz and Tapia Make Baseball America’s Hot Sheet

Baseball America’s Prospect Hot Sheet for the week ending July 27th has Mets top prospects RHP Domingo Tapia and LHP Stephen Matz both ranked in their Top 10 at No. 5 and No.6 respectively. Tapia hails from the International arena when the Mets signed him in 2009 as tall, hard throwing 16-year old from Santo Domingo. He […]

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MMO Farm Report: Mazzoni and Gorski Win Two For Bingo, Rivera Still Raking At Lucie

An article by posted on July 28, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Farm Report: Mazzoni and Gorski Win Two For Bingo, Rivera Still Raking At Lucie

Louisville 3, Buffalo 1 By Connor O’Brien Last night the Bisons and Bats squared off in the final game of a four-game series in Buffalo. It was a battle of the bullpens, as the Bats prevailed in a 3-1 game. On the mound for the Bisons was Garrett Olson. Olson was moved back to the […]

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Niese Shelled As Mets Stumble 11-5 To D-Backs

An article by posted on July 28, 2012 0 Comments
Niese Shelled As Mets Stumble 11-5 To D-Backs

The Mets tried to keep the wins coming, but Jon Niese was no Matt Harvey out there. Despite two Mets homeruns, they were decimated in a 11-5 loss to the Arizona D-Backs Jonathon Niese with one horrific inning, put up several unwanted numbers in his line tonight. The second inning started with a simple 6-3 […]

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The Day Everything Changed In Flushing

An article by posted on July 27, 2012 0 Comments
The Day Everything Changed In Flushing

July 28, 2011 – The Mets trade OF Carlos Beltran and cash to the Giants for RHP Zack Wheeler. Beltran certainly did his part (.323/.369/.551) in San Fran, and he wound up signing a bargain contract with the Cardinals. This year, he’s been one of the NL’s most productive hitters. Although the Giants missed the postseason, it was no […]

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Do You Think Reyes Regrets Joining Miami?

An article by posted on July 27, 2012 0 Comments
Do You Think Reyes Regrets Joining Miami?

What did Jose Reyes think was going to happen? Did he really think the Miami Marlins were not going to have another fire sale? They have one about every five years and this one seems to be right on cue. This one may not include all of their top young talent, but it will sure gut the […]

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NL East Report: Greinke To Braves Heating Up, Marlins Want A Lot For Johnson, Nats Looking At Scutaro, Lee Is Staying In Philly

An article by posted on July 27, 2012 0 Comments
NL East Report: Greinke To Braves Heating Up, Marlins Want A Lot For Johnson, Nats Looking At Scutaro, Lee Is Staying In Philly

The NL East Report is published every Friday and takes a look at the other teams in the division. The reports covers the latest news and notes, injuries and transactions, divisional records versus the Mets, and updated NL East Standings. News And Notes Atlanta Braves: The Braves have agreed to sign Miguel Batista after the Mets released the 41-year-old […]

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Doug’s Dugout: They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

An article by posted on July 27, 2012 0 Comments
Doug’s Dugout: They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

In Doug’s Dugout today we holler, “ROAD TRIP,” debate buyer vs. seller, and utter other meanderings: When John Belushi, aka “Bluto,” in Animal House announced to his brethren at the Delta Tau Chi Fraternity at fictional Faber College, “Road trip,” it was to escape, for a short while, the specter of triple-double or double-triple, secret […]

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Gonzalez Germen, Not Zack Wheeler Promoted to Buffalo

An article by posted on July 26, 2012 0 Comments
Gonzalez Germen, Not Zack Wheeler Promoted to Buffalo

The Mets have announced that RHP Gonzalez Germen has been promoted from Double-A Binghamton to Triple-A Buffalo, and that  Cory Mazzoni has been reinstated from the DL and on Binghamton’s active roster. To note, Germen was the scheduled starter for tonight’s game in Binghamton. Looks like Zack Wheeler will spend a bit more time in […]

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Why Aren’t The Mets Looking At Willingham And Balfour?

An article by posted on July 26, 2012 0 Comments
Why Aren’t The Mets Looking At Willingham And Balfour?

Sandy’s comments on Monday regarding the Mets organizational shift from buyers to sellers really pissed me off. I swear this guy doesn’t make any sense. I don’t get the whole buyer and seller thing. We should be builders and that includes both buying and selling. To be competitive we need to add players who fit this team […]

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MMO Exclusive: Photos and Insights As The B-Mets Take The Series In New Britain

An article by posted on July 26, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Photos and Insights As The B-Mets Take The Series In New Britain

The buzz all week in New Britain was all about one player, and it wasn’t top Twins prospect Oswaldo Arcia that everyone was talking about. When I initially arrived at the Stadium on Monday, I went first to the press-box to drop off my lap-top, and other assorted in-game items I require. I was about […]

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