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It’s Like A M*A*S*H* Unit Around Here

An article by posted on May 29, 2012 0 Comments
It’s Like A M*A*S*H* Unit Around Here

In Doug’s Dugout today we explore, M*A*S*H*, Baseball style, and other off-center thoughts: Cue the Fife ‘n Drum Corpse, er Corps. Sound the theme to M*A*S*H*, the movie or television series. Either one will do. The Mets are on their way to setting a team record for the number of players to man the shortstop […]

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St. Lucie To Flushing: MLB Mock Draft V.4

An article by posted on May 29, 2012 0 Comments
St. Lucie To Flushing: MLB Mock Draft V.4

As some of you know, aside from writing here at MetsMerized I also write for the blog St. Lucie To Flushing which focuses mainly on Mets Minor League coverage. A good friend of mine Joe DeMayo also writes over at STF. He recently finished the 4th version of his MLB Mock Draft. It’s truly a […]

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The Binghamton Buzz: Wheeler Pitches Another Gem

An article by posted on May 29, 2012 0 Comments
The Binghamton Buzz: Wheeler Pitches Another Gem

Ramblings From Henry and Fayette Streets  The Week That Was: May 21st – May 27th The Binghamton Mets ended this past week with a record of two wins and five losses.  The B-Mets dropped three of four in their first visit of 2012 to New Britain, Connecticut, and upon returning home have dropped two of […]

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Prospect Pulse: Nimmo Sighting

An article by posted on May 29, 2012 0 Comments
Prospect Pulse: Nimmo Sighting

Things have been extremely quiet on the Brandon Nimmo front this spring. Not much has been written or said about the Mets first-round draft pick from 2011, except for the occasional question regarding whether he’ll begin his season at Kingsport or Brooklyn. Well I spoke to someone last night who has seen Nimmo play everyday […]

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Mets Fall To The Phillies 8-4 On Memorial Day

An article by posted on May 28, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Fall To The Phillies 8-4 On Memorial Day

The Mets three-game winning streak came to an end as the Phillies came to Citi Field and beat them 8-4 on a beautiful Memorial Day. Jon Niese, the $25MM man, cannot make it past the sixth inning. He gets pulled after five innings, plus two batters in the sixth. Four runs on two hits, a […]

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Top Mets Draft Pick Battles Back From Adversity

An article by posted on May 28, 2012 0 Comments
Top Mets Draft Pick Battles Back From Adversity

Three weeks ago things were tenuous for Mets left-handed pitching prospect Steven Matz. The Mets top draft pick (second round, 72nd overall) in the 2009 Amateur Draft, injured his elbow before pitching in any professional games, and underwent Tommy John Surgery on May 18th, 2010. He was expected back by the middle of last season, […]

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The Upside Of Downside…

An article by posted on May 28, 2012 0 Comments
The Upside Of Downside…

The 2012 New York Mets season has already seen its share of injuries, tough luck losses  and just outright poor, frustrating play. However, the positives in defeat, losses and watching players fail is you can determine what are your weaknesses as a team, and how can it be improved. So far, some hitting flaws have […]

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Mets Don’t Need To Extend David Wright Just Yet

An article by posted on May 28, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Don’t Need To Extend David Wright Just Yet

David Wright has been the star of the Mets this year. He is an early contender for the MVP award. He’s hitting right around .400, and he’s dominated at the plate. His fielding has looked a lot better this year too. Those are good reasons to offer him an extension now, but I think the […]

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Don’t Mess With Han Solo!

An article by posted on May 27, 2012 0 Comments
Don’t Mess With Han Solo!

This back page from this morning’s Daily News brought a smile to my face. What a remarkable comeback we are seeing from our ace Johan Santana! Santana has pitched solidly all season long, but yesterday took the cake and he looked and played the part of a true ace pitcher by delivering a complete-game shutout to […]

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Gee Dominates, Duda Homers In Mets 6-1 Win

An article by posted on May 25, 2012 0 Comments
Gee Dominates, Duda Homers In Mets 6-1 Win

Yesterday, the Mets made the Padres look like they were a powerhouse contending team after an embarrassing 11-5 loss. Luckily the real Padres showed up tonight and the Mets had their bats swinging, Gee dominating, and Citi Field was rocking. Dillon Gee now has back-to-back good starts since losing his goatee. He was dominant on […]

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