John Ginder

John Ginder was born and raised in upstate New York. During the baseball offseason, you can see John enduring more heartache as he roots for the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres. John is a contributor for MetsMinors.net and also has been known to write for #BillsMafia.

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Mets Minors Report: Matsuzaka Continues To Rehab, Savannah With Walk-Off Win

An article by posted on August 12, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Minors Report: Matsuzaka Continues To Rehab, Savannah With Walk-Off Win

Last Night’s Quick Scores Albuquerque 8, Las Vegas 2 Bradenton 5, St. Lucie 4 Savannah 4, Asheville 3 Batavia 4, Brooklyn 3 Johnson City 3, Kingsport 2 Prospect Pipeline After hitting safely in eight of his last ten games, Matt Reynolds had an 0-for-4 night cooling his bat off a touch.  His batting average is […]

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Syndergaard Admits He’s Not Ready, Has Work To Do

An article by posted on July 19, 2014 0 Comments
Syndergaard Admits He’s Not Ready, Has Work To Do

Noah Syndergaard admitted that he doesn’t deserve to pitch for the Mets right now and that it goes beyond his 5.74 ERA this season for Triple-A Las Vegas. In an interview with Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal, the young right-hander said he’s had to do a lot of growing up, believing he was […]

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Vegas Odds: Mets Are 100/1 To Win The NL East

An article by posted on July 17, 2014 0 Comments
Vegas Odds: Mets Are 100/1 To Win The NL East

Limping through the All-Star break as a baseball fan is tough business.  We try many things to speed the time up and hope that the days off do more good for our team than bad.  Leading up to the break the Mets were playing some good ball.  I am sure I am not the only […]

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Mets to Honor Frank Cashen with Patch and Moment of Silence

An article by posted on July 4, 2014 0 Comments
Mets to Honor Frank Cashen with Patch and Moment of Silence

The Mets will honor the late general manager Frank Cashen on Friday night, before the start of their game against the Texas Rangers at Citi Field. The team announced that they will wear a patch with Cashen’s initials on it, and that it will be worn on the right sleeve for the remainder of the […]

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Collins: Possibility That Syndergaard Doesn’t Pitch For Mets This Season

An article by posted on July 1, 2014 0 Comments
Collins: Possibility That Syndergaard Doesn’t Pitch For Mets This Season

Update by Joe D. Speaking with reporters at Turner Field in Atlanta this afternoon, manager Terry Collins said that there’s a possibility that Noah Syndergaard will not be added to the team at any point this season. When asked why, Collins replied: “Shit happens.” Wow… Syndergaard is 6-4 record with a 5.35 ERA this season […]

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Astros Release Statement On Leaked Information

An article by posted on June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Astros Release Statement On Leaked Information

6:00 PM Below is the official statement issued by the Houston Astros. “Last month, we were made aware that proprietary information held on Astros’ servers and in Astros’ applications had been illegally obtained. Upon learning of the security breach, we immediately notified MLB security who, in turn, notified the FBI.  Since that time, we have […]

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Plawecki Homers In Vegas Debut

An article by posted on June 27, 2014 0 Comments
Plawecki Homers In Vegas Debut

Update June 27 Mets catching prospect Kevin Plawecki went 1 for 4 with a solo homerun in his first game for Triple-A Last Vegas. Before being promoted the 23-year old former first-round pick hit .326/.378/.487 with 18 doubles, 6 long balls, and 43 RBI for Double-A Binghamton. Updated June 24 It is official.  Adam Rubin […]

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Was It Just A Bad Outing For Wheeler?

An article by posted on June 26, 2014 0 Comments
Was It Just A Bad Outing For Wheeler?

It was just under a week ago that we all witnessed something that we had been waiting for.  With no fault of our own, we let our hopes skyrocket for Zack Wheeler, and he delivered his best start in the major leagues, throwing a complete game three-hit shutout against the Miami Marlins. What would he […]

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Is Towel Waving Our “Thing”?

An article by posted on June 23, 2014 0 Comments
Is Towel Waving Our “Thing”?

We are all baseball fans so there is no need to talk about how long the season is.  There are so many little things that happen throughout the course of the season that can change the complexion of the entire thing good or bad.  They could be created by the manager, the players, or even […]

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Recker or Teagarden?

An article by posted on June 23, 2014 0 Comments
Recker or Teagarden?

With the return of Travis d’Arnaud to the Mets so close we can smell it, which one of Anthony Recker or Taylor Teagarden is sent packing back to Triple-A? Kristie Ackert of the Daily News, examines the move the Mets are going to have to make very soon.  All signs point to Recker being the […]

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