Mets News & Notes

Quick Look At The Mets 2012 Schedule

An article by posted on September 18, 2011 0 Comments

It’s always fun to look at next year’s schedule, especially with this one all but gone. The Mets open at home against Atlanta and Washington. In fact, they play 15 of their first 23 games against NL East Rivals which of course means facing many of the league’s top pitcher in Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee, […]

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Mets Won’t Wait For Reyes, Beltran Urges Giants To Sign Him

An article by posted on September 17, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Won’t  Wait For Reyes, Beltran Urges Giants To Sign Him

A quote from ESPN’s Jason Stark in this week’s Rumblings & Grumblings: The buzz coming out of Flushing is that the Mets have very little interest in waiting around this winter for Jose Reyes to decide whether to stay or bolt. One source who’s tight with the Mets brass tells Rumblings they’re “either going to be in […]

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Home Sweet Home? Mets Have Second Most Home Losses In MLB

An article by posted on September 16, 2011 0 Comments
Home Sweet Home? Mets Have Second Most Home Losses In MLB

Blame it on Citi Field… Blame it on the bullpen… Blame it on the starting pitching… Blame it on the offense… Whatever you want to blame it on, the Mets won-loss record at home this season has been horrid. At 31-44 in Citi Field, only the Houston Astros at 28-46 have lost more games in […]

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Johan Santana Will Not Pitch This Season

An article by posted on September 14, 2011 0 Comments
Johan Santana Will Not Pitch This Season

Terry Collins spoke with reporters before the game and said that Johan Santana will pitch in a simulated game this Sunday in Fort Myers. According to a report on ESPN, Collins also added that he does not believe Santana will pitch for the Mets before the end of the season. No matter how the Mets spin this, […]

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John Franco To Tutor Parnell

An article by posted on September 14, 2011 0 Comments
John Franco To Tutor Parnell

The NY Post reports that former closer John Franco will in fact be tutoring Bobby Parnell as soon as this week on the art of closing. Parnell has struggled mightily since assuming the closer role this season and is 3-6 with five blown saves in ten chances. His ERA now stands at 4.05 with an […]

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On Keeping Reyes and Wright

An article by posted on September 14, 2011 0 Comments
On Keeping Reyes and Wright

Last night, Jose Reyes regained the NL lead in the batting race with three hits to raise his average to .333 for the season. Ryan Braun is in second place with a .331 average. This is getting very interesting and will go down to the wire. Reyes admitted that he can still feel his hamstring barking and that […]

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Gee Strong, But Offense Can’t Come Through In Mets 3-2 Loss

An article by posted on September 13, 2011 0 Comments
Gee Strong, But Offense Can’t Come Through In Mets 3-2 Loss

Dillon Gee had another good outing, but the bullpen struggled late and the Mets stranded 17 runners in their 3-2 loss to the Nationals. Game Notes Dillon Gee had another outing just short of quality, going five and two-third innings, giving up two runs on six hits, walking two and striking out five. Gee was […]

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Pelfrey Nominated For 2011 Roberto Clemente Award

An article by posted on September 13, 2011 0 Comments
Pelfrey Nominated For 2011 Roberto Clemente Award

The New York Mets, Major League Baseball and Chevrolet, the official vehicle of Major League Baseball, today announced that Mike Pelfrey has been named the Mets’ 2011 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award presented by Chevrolet. Pelfrey is one of the 30 Club finalists for the annual award, which recognizes a Major League Baseball […]

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Despicable MLB: Mets Should Wear The First Responder Hats Tonight

An article by posted on September 11, 2011 0 Comments
Despicable MLB: Mets Should Wear The First Responder Hats Tonight

According to ESPN, Major League Baseball has issued an “edict” to the Mets and across baseball not to wear hats in-game honoring first responders, such as the FDNY and NYPD, Terry Collins said. The Mets issued the following statement: “MLB set a league-wide policy as it related to caps and uniforms for September 11 and […]

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Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

An article by posted on September 9, 2011 0 Comments
Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

The Cyclones plated 12 runs, scoring in every inning except the first and ninth, with four pitchers combining to hold Staten Island to 5 runs, evening the best-of-three series at one game apiece. Brooklyn forces a decisive third game, winning Game Two by a final score of 12-5. RHP Jeffrey Walters started the game for […]

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