Ramblings from Henry and Fayette Streets The Week That Was: April 30th – May 7th The B-Mets went 2-5 over the past week, losing both their series in Akron against the Aeros and at home against the Harrisburg Senators. Three of the five games they lost were only by one run. The Mets fell below .500 and slid in the standings from third to fourth place. The big news on the week was the loss […]
The off season in some sports has, at times, adopted the moniker ‘silly season’. It’s that time of year when the dust kicks up from coast to coast, team names change, affiliations change, team locations change. While more prevalent in the minor league hockey world, the silly season affects minor league baseball as well. This upcoming offseason may prove to be an interesting silly season, with many player development contracts expiring, giving parent club and affiliate alike […]
Ramblings from Henry and Fayette Streets The Week That Was: April 23rd – April 29th The Binghamton Mets played .500 ball this past week, losing two of three at home against the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, while winning two of three on the road in Erie, PA over the weekend. More importantly, though, was the return of Reese Havens against Erie on Sunday (where he promptly hit his first home run of the season on […]
For the second week in a row, a member of the Binghamton Mets has been recognized by the Eastern League for their outstanding performance. Last week, pitcher Greg Peavey was named EL Pitcher of the Week. This time around, it’s shortstop Josh Rodriguez who has been named the Eastern League Player of the Week for the time period of April 16th – April 22nd. In a press release sent out by the EL today: Binghamton […]
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 earning his second win of the season. The team made the long drive home after their loss on Wednesday night, […]
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 New York Mets have never experienced the thrill of having one of their own throw a no-hitter, that doesn’t mean […]
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