Mets News & Notes

Thoughts On Chris Capuano

An article by posted on January 4, 2011 0 Comments
Thoughts On Chris Capuano

Happy New Year everyone. It looks like the Mets made a couple of interesting moves yesterday with the signings of lefthander Chris Capuano and righthander Taylor Buchholz, both of whom can be classified as reclamation projects at this point. To make room for them we designated reliever Ryota Igarashi for assignment. No biggies as I wasn’t exactly thrilled […]

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Mets Sign Chris Capuano to 1-Year Deal

An article by posted on January 3, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Sign Chris Capuano to 1-Year Deal

According to SNY’s Kevin Burkhardt via twitter, the Mets have signed Chris Capuano to a 1-year deal.  Capuano went 4-4, with 54 K’s, and a 3.95 ERA for the Brewers in 2010. Recently, Rising Apple discussed Chris Capuano as an option for the Mets in the back of the rotation.  The Mets, as we all […]

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Mets Minor Leaguer Throws Seven No-Hit Innings

An article by posted on January 3, 2011 0 Comments
Mets Minor Leaguer Throws Seven No-Hit Innings

Mets prospect Dylan Owen threw seven no-hit innings in a combined no-hitter, leading Los Criollos to a 5-0 victory over Los Gigantes de Carolina in the Puerto Rican Winter League last night. Owen walked two and struck out three in his seven hitless innings of work and was making his third appearance this winter. Owen […]

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Adam Rubin: Mets Positional Breakdown

An article by posted on January 2, 2011 0 Comments

Adam Rubin of ESPN New York does a great job of doing a position by position analysis on the Mets to begin the new year. It’s definitely worth a read. Some of the parts I found the most interesting came at shortstop where Rubin wrote discussed the possibility of trading Reyes, If Alderson is adamant about […]

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The Mets And Bargain Hunting

An article by posted on January 2, 2011 0 Comments

Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe writes that with the holiday break now over, the “second season’’ of the Hot Stove is about to begin. He lists the Mets among some teams who might benefit from bargain basement players or January trades. Since they couldn’t enter into the primary market because of budget constraints , the Mets […]

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My 2011 Mets New Years Resolution

An article by posted on January 1, 2011 0 Comments
My 2011 Mets New Years Resolution

One of the things that has long frustrated me regarding the Mets has been their failure to meet my expectations in the last few years. I go into each season with this heightened sense that somehow “this will be the year” when everything goes right, that we’ll have no significant injuries, and that many of our […]

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Why Is This Man Smiling?

An article by posted on December 31, 2010 0 Comments
Why Is This Man Smiling?

“You guys won’t be able to knock the smile off my face.” — A smiling Bobby Bonilla told a gathering of reporters after the Mets made him the highest paid player in baseball in 1992. As a matter of fact, it didn’t take long for Bobby-Bo’s smile to disappear back then, but things are looking up […]

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Mets 2010 End Of Year Offseason Report

An article by posted on December 31, 2010 0 Comments

As we enter into the last remaining hours of 2010, let’s take a quick look at where the Mets are this offseason and what still remains to be done. To begin, the Mets have yet to fulfill their three most pressing needs and they are: Acquiring a starting pitcher for the rotation. Acquiring a left-handed reliever to […]

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In Remembrance Of Those We Lost In 2010

An article by posted on December 30, 2010 0 Comments
In Remembrance Of Those We Lost In 2010

I wanted to make a special post in remembrance of those we lost this past year. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, however these are immeasurable as I’m sure you will all agree. Sparky Anderson 1934 – 2010 Jim Bibby 1944 – 2010 Phil Cavarretta 1916 – 2010 Mike Cuellar 1937 – […]

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Wally Backman Expected to Be Named B-Mets Manager

An article by posted on December 29, 2010 0 Comments

According to Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com, sources have told him that Wally Backman, who was a finalist for the Mets managers job, is expected to be named the manager of the Binghamton Mets.  After Terry Collins was named manager, Wally Backman told The Bergen Record that he was “disappointed and devastated” that he wasn’t named manager. […]

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