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Could Liriano Be A Solution?

An article by posted on July 15, 2012 0 Comments
Could Liriano Be A Solution?

A few months back when the Mets looked like they could compete this season, I began to think of where they could address the inevitable problems in the rotation. Aside from the fantasy of making a move for a pitcher like Cole Hamels, I began to think that the Twins Francisco Liriano would make sense […]

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Alderson Still Waiting For Bay To Perform Like 22nd Highest Paid Player In Game

An article by posted on July 14, 2012 0 Comments
Alderson Still Waiting For Bay To Perform Like 22nd Highest Paid Player In Game

In Doug’s Dugout today, we broach the second half, Tony LaRussa, and other observations. As the Mets embark on the second half sprint towards the post-season (who would’ve predicted that?) the benchmark is Ten. That is, ten games above .500. If the team can improve their 6 games above .500 mark, and make another strong […]

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Brooklyn Cyclones Bus Collides With Truck After Game, Nobody Hurt

An article by posted on July 14, 2012 0 Comments
Brooklyn Cyclones Bus Collides With Truck After Game, Nobody Hurt

After losing their series finale Friday night, the Brooklyn Cyclones were on their bus en route to State College, Pa. However, things got interesting when apparently their bus got into a fender bender with a semi-truck. There were no injuries to any of the players. The players however were stranded on the side of the […]

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Young Lasts Three Innings, Mets Walk Eleven In 7-5 Loss To Braves

An article by posted on July 14, 2012 0 Comments
Young Lasts Three Innings, Mets Walk Eleven In 7-5 Loss To Braves

Welcome back to the second half of the season, folks! Mets opened up their series in Atlanta against the Braves, and everybody is really missing Dillon Gee. Mets pitchers implode in 7-5 loss. The night the lights went out in Georgia… After an early sixteen minute power outage delay in Turner Field, the ballgame continued […]

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4 Bolder Predictions for the New York Mets in the Second Half of the Season

An article by posted on July 13, 2012 0 Comments
4 Bolder Predictions for the New York Mets in the Second Half of the Season

Let me begin by apologizing to Bleacher Report who inspired me to write this post after I read “4 Bold Predictions for the New York Mets in the Second Half of the Season“. Usually when I see the word “bold” used in a title like that, I expect to see someone going out on a limb or […]

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Nickeas Has More RBI Than Thole

An article by posted on July 13, 2012 0 Comments
Nickeas Has More RBI Than Thole

The Mets need more production from the catchers spot. Josh Thole does a nice job managing the pitching staff, and that is really important and oftentimes overlooked.  However, that does not excuse him from being a run producer in any way, shape or form. It’s one thing to be a singles hitter with very little […]

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Should Mets Take A Flyer On Fuentes?

An article by posted on July 12, 2012 0 Comments
Should Mets Take A Flyer On Fuentes?

The Oakland A’s released veteran reliever Brian Fuentes yesterday, after they designated him for assignment on July 3. The A’s were unable to work out a trade for him given his struggles and the approximate $2.5 million he is still owed for the remainder of this season. The A’s are now on the hook for […]

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The Mets And The Healing Process

An article by posted on July 12, 2012 0 Comments
The Mets And The Healing Process

Just to clarify from the start, this article does not involve Ray Ramirez, Hospital For Special Surgery, Jack Kevorkian or any other medically related field. This is more a personal piece correlating to my own variety of personal issues over the last month. If you’ve read this disclaimer and still intend to read it, I thank […]

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Val Pascucci Crowned Triple-A Home Run Derby Champ!

An article by posted on July 10, 2012 0 Comments
Val Pascucci Crowned Triple-A Home Run Derby Champ!

While Prince Fielder was winning the MLB Home Run Derby last night in Kansas City, Valentino Pascucci was making some noise of his own at Coca Cola Field in Buffalo where Scooch hit 22 home runs to win the Triple-A All-Star Home Run Derby. A crowd of 17,224 at Coca-Cola Field chanted Pascucci’s name as […]

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Matt Harvey Will Not Replace Dillon Gee

An article by posted on July 10, 2012 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Will Not Replace Dillon Gee

Mike Puma of the NY Post reported that Mets prospect Matt Harvey is “not a consideration” for now to replace the injured Dillon Gee, but that the door is being left open for a promotion later in the season. Okay, sounds cool, logic and sanity prevails… Now who does replace Dillon Gee? The possibilities are endless… Not […]

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