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Featured Post: The Case For Not Trading Bobby Parnell

An article by posted on July 18, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: The Case For Not Trading Bobby Parnell

The Case For Keeping Bobby Parnell Recently, a quick Google search of “Bobby Parnell trade” will bring you links to dozens of people calling for Parnell to be shopped for young outfield help, in particular Nick Castellanos of the Tigers. The cases for dealing Parnell usually include one or more of the following arguments; am […]

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Sights From the 2013 All-Star Game

An article by posted on July 17, 2013 0 Comments
Sights From the 2013 All-Star Game

I was lucky enough to score some tickets to the game last night. Let me say that it was a baseball atmosphere unlike any other I’ve ever been in. I don’t care if you’re a Yankee fan, Brave fan, Philly fan, Tokyo Giant fan, or any other fan, but if you consider yourself a baseball […]

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Hawkins Was Unavailable Due To “Triceps Issue”

An article by posted on July 13, 2013 0 Comments
Hawkins Was Unavailable Due To “Triceps Issue”

For those wondering why Gonzalez Germen was the go-to guy in Friday’s extra-innings frenzy, LaTroy Hawkins was unavailable due to a “triceps issue”. According to ESPN’s Adam Rubin: “Collins said the 40-year-old Hawkins has been battling the issue since going two innings and registering an uncharacteristically high 94-95 mph on the radar gun in a […]

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Hefner Shines But Bucs Prevail In Extra-Inning Heartbreaker

An article by posted on July 12, 2013 0 Comments
Hefner Shines But Bucs Prevail In Extra-Inning Heartbreaker

Pedro Alvarez Homers In Pirates 3-2 Win  In front of a full house tonight at beautiful PNC Park, we were treated to a good, old fashioned (and quite frankly unexpected) pitcher’s duel between Jeremy Hefner and Charlie Morton, as the Mets battled the Pirates to open up their last set before the All-Star break. The […]

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Patience is Key in Dealing With Niese

An article by posted on July 10, 2013 0 Comments
Patience is Key in Dealing With Niese

The Mets got some great news Monday when the team announced that MRI results on Jon Niese showed that there was no structural damage in his shoulder besides some ordinary wear and tear. Once you start delving into the world of tears in rotator cuffs, no matter how small, you’re headed into some dangerous territory. Niese was […]

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Ike Davis Doubles and Homers For Triple-A Las Vegas

An article by posted on July 4, 2013 0 Comments
Ike Davis Doubles and Homers For Triple-A Las Vegas

Ike Davis had a big night for Triple-A Las Vegas tonight as they beat the Fresno Grizzlies 2-0. Davis went 3-for-4 with a double and his seventh homerun since being demoted. He is now batting .293 in 74 at-bats with the 51s. Original Post 7/3 John Harper of the New York Daily News published an […]

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MLB Young Guns: Zack Wheeler Scouting Report

An article by posted on June 18, 2013 0 Comments
MLB Young Guns: Zack Wheeler Scouting Report

The Mets plan to temporarily demote Zack Wheeler to the minors after tonight’s start, then officially re-promote him Tuesday for his next scheduled start at the Chicago White Sox, according to ESPN New York. Because Wheeler is technically the Mets’ 26th player for today’s doubleheader, they can demote him after today’s game without the requirement he […]

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Falling Mets Fan Symbolic Of Falling Season

An article by posted on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
Falling Mets Fan Symbolic Of Falling Season

One of the most entertaining things at a ball park are all of the very interesting people that you get to meet. My personal favorites are the fans that try to chant so much that their voices turn hoarse by the time the game is over. Most often these fans are drunk and belligerent, leading to […]

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Harvey vs. Wainwright: Top Two NL Hurlers Go Head to Head

An article by posted on June 13, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey vs. Wainwright: Top Two NL Hurlers Go Head to Head

Today’s pitching matchup at Citi Field, Adam Wainwright vs. Matt Harvey, is a duel between the two best pitchers in the National League according to the Factor12 (F12) Rating. F12 compares each MLB pitcher to the current statistical league average. (Here is a more detailed description of F12) Wainwright (33.001 F12, 1st) is having an […]

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MLB Young Guns: RHP Shelby Miller

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
MLB Young Guns: RHP Shelby Miller

SHELBY MILLER, RHP, ST. LOUIS CARDINALS Get to know tonight’s opposing pitcher, Shelby Miller of the St. Louis Cardinals. Background: Miller comes from Brownwood, Texas and attended the local high school. He had an impressive high-school career as he threw four no-hitters and a perfect game. As a senior, he really caught the attention of […]

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