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The Binghamton Buzz

An article by posted on April 23, 2012 0 Comments
The Binghamton Buzz

Ramblings from Henry and Fayette Streets   The Week That Was: April 16th to April 23rd The B-Mets began the week with a three game set in Manchester, New Hampshire against the Fisher Cats.  They lost two of three against the Cats, their only win coming on Tuesday night, a 10-6 final with Collin McHugh […]

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MMO Player Of The Week: Kirk Nieuwenhuis

An article by posted on April 23, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Player Of The Week: Kirk Nieuwenhuis

The MetsMerizedOnline Player of the Week for this week has shown he has a great impact on this team. This week includes the series against the Atlanta Braves and the weekend (2 of the 4 games) series against the San Francisco Giants for a total of 5 games.  Here is our MMO Player of the […]

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Prospect Pulse: Familia Answers Critics

An article by posted on April 22, 2012 0 Comments
Prospect Pulse: Familia Answers Critics

Over the last two weeks I have seen my fill of criticism about Jeurys Familia. For some reason it seems as if Mets fans and bloggers want this guy to fail. Either that, or they are just trying to make themselves look smart by pointing out his short-comings, and predicting limited success for him as […]

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No Hitters Over The Years By (Binghamton) Mets Pitchers

An article by posted on April 22, 2012 0 Comments
No Hitters Over The Years By (Binghamton) Mets Pitchers

There has been a lot of talk this season about the ‘no-hitter’ and lack of one by a pitcher in a New York Mets uniform.  Ex-Mets minor leaguer Phil Humber tossing a perfect game on Saturday will only help fuel the conversation that the Mets history books are devoid of a no-no.  However, while the […]

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Former Met Prospect Philip Humber Tosses Perfect Game

An article by posted on April 21, 2012 0 Comments
Former Met Prospect Philip Humber Tosses Perfect Game

Wouldn’t you know it? RHP Philip Humber of the Chicago White Sox has thrown the 21st perfect game in major league history, retiring all 27 Seattle Mariners he faced in a 4-0 Chicago victory. The 29-year-old right-hander needed just 80 pitches to get through eight innings, throwing 57 strikes as he sat down the first 24 batters […]

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The Nieuwenhuis and Edmonds Comparison

An article by posted on April 21, 2012 0 Comments
The Nieuwenhuis and Edmonds Comparison

Thoughts from Joe D. – I wanted to revisit this post Pete wrote a week ago because I believe the conversation has gained some relevancy now. Since the day Pete made the comparison to Jim Edmonds, I’m seeing that defensive comparison popping up in many circles in the last 48 hours. What Pete said about […]

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Post Game: Mets Come Up Short In 4-3 Extra-Inning Loss To Giants

An article by posted on April 21, 2012 0 Comments
Post Game: Mets Come Up Short In 4-3 Extra-Inning Loss To Giants

Recap Jon Niese has himself another good start. He only went six innings and allowed seven hits, but kept the Giants to only three runs. He walks two and strikes out five. Niese continues to prove himself to his contract with another start that was not helped by much hitting.He walks away with a no […]

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Zack Wheeler Makes BA’s Prospect Hot Sheet

An article by posted on April 20, 2012 0 Comments
Zack Wheeler Makes BA’s Prospect Hot Sheet

Baseball America’s Prospect Hot Sheet for the period April 13-19 has Mets top prospect RHP Zack Wheeler ranked #6 and RHP Domingo Tapia gets an honorable mention. Yesterday, the Mets tweeted that since first donning a Mets uniform, Zack Wheeler has struck out 52 batters in 42 innings pitched while only allowing 38 hits, 10 walks and no […]

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The Final Word On Small Sample Size

An article by posted on April 20, 2012 0 Comments
The Final Word On Small Sample Size

Hahaha, this was produced by SNY’s Ted Berg and Brett Hauze, although It’s not clear who the tenor is. That was genius! Originally featured on Ted Quarters.

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Checking In On The Mets 2011 Draft Class

An article by posted on April 20, 2012 0 Comments
Checking In On The Mets 2011 Draft Class

I’m going to be taking a look at the last few years of draft classes (2009-2011) for the Mets as we take a look at who’s doing what in the early goings of the new season. I’m keeping it simple and looking only at the top five rounds with an honorable mention here or there. […]

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