Mets News & Notes

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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Wheeler’s 2013 Is Critical

An article by posted on June 11, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler’s 2013 Is Critical

With the hinted announcement that Zack Wheeler could be making his major league debut on June 18th, the Mets are officially on the clock for the future. June 18th is vital to the Mets future success, and it’s probably not for reasons you may think I am going to say. They need to trade Wheeler, […]

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Great Expectations and a Met Prospect’s Swan Song

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Great Expectations and a Met Prospect’s Swan Song

The GM is one of the most despised people in New York. People are calling for the manager to be fired. The entire team is neither executing nor playing fundamentally sound baseball. We’re not hitting and fans are now outnumbered by empty seats. The Mets seem destined for a 90+ loss season and avoiding 100 losses […]

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Ankiel Signing Proved To Be A Big Waste Of Time

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Ankiel Signing Proved To Be A Big Waste Of Time

The Rick Ankiel era has come to and end with the Mets. The veteran center fielder has been designated for assignment and can choose to accept the assignment to AAA or elect free agency. My guess is the latter. Taking his place will be Kirk Nieuwenhuis, who is already on his way to the big league club after […]

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MLB Draft ’13: Summarizing Mets’ Day Three Selections

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
MLB Draft ’13: Summarizing Mets’ Day Three Selections

Here are the results of the 11th – 40th rounds of the Mets 2013 MLB Draft. I will have a post up later today entailing a few notes on the draft overall to wrap up the draft coverage this weekend. Interesting note: Our 17th – 25th round picks were ALL right-handed pitchers. Go figure. We […]

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Atchison To Continue Rehab, No Timetable For Return

An article by posted on June 3, 2013 0 Comments
Atchison To Continue Rehab, No Timetable For Return

The Mets released a statement on their official website with an update: Scott Atchison was seen today in Florida by Dr. James Andrews for continued discomfort in his right elbow. Dr. Andrews concurred with Mets physicians on the diagnosis of, and a treatment plan for, a bone spur in the elbow. Scott will recommence his […]

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Mets Like Depth In This Week’s Draft, Confident They’ll Get Who They Like

An article by posted on June 3, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Like Depth In This Week’s Draft, Confident They’ll Get Who They Like

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com gave us a thorough draft preview for the New York Mets as we gear up for the 2013 MLB draft this Thursday. While it’s not always guaranteed an impact-type player will fall to the 11th overall pick (which is where the Mets currently reside), but Paul DePodesta shed some light on the […]

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Who Carried The Mets Lunchpail In May?

An article by posted on June 1, 2013 0 Comments
Who Carried The Mets Lunchpail In May?

Daniel Murphy’s college coach called him Joe Lunchpail; a blue collar guy who, for his age, “… knows as much about hitting as anybody out there,” said Terry Alexander, Jacksonville University Dolphins. “He wants to take it to a science.” Murphy hit .317 during the month of May, including 10 doubles. He is second in […]

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MMO Flashback: NO-HAN!!! SANTANA TOSSES METS FIRST NO-HITTER!!!

An article by posted on June 1, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Flashback: NO-HAN!!! SANTANA TOSSES METS FIRST NO-HITTER!!!

OMG – OMG – OMG!!! UNBELIEVABLE!!!! DON’T MESS WITH THE NO-HAN!!!! After 8,019 regular season games spanning 50 years without a no-hitter in Mets history,Johan Santana tossed the Mets’ first no-hitter Friday in a 8-0 win over the Cardinals. The Cy Young Award winning southpaw tossed 134 pitches in the effort, and was simply brilliant, pitching the best […]

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Mets’ COO Jeff Wilpon’s Huge Blunder

An article by posted on May 31, 2013 0 Comments
Mets’ COO Jeff Wilpon’s Huge Blunder

With Mariano Rivera, the greatest closer of all time, set to retire at the end of the season, teams across the MLB are honoring him in some fashion before games. This is true of the Mets, who honored him prior to Tuesday’s game against the Yanks. He would throw out the first pitch of the […]

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