Mets Thoughts

K-Rod’s Punch Out, Frenchy Fried, and Why J-Man is the Man!

An article by posted on August 12, 2010 0 Comments

My, my but the New York Post is full of fun Mets stories on this night when the Amazins fell to the Rox 6-2. First up, breaking news: K-Rod beats up father-in-law, sending him to hospital. I couldn’t stand that jerk either. Betcha he’ll think twice about mouthin’ off to Frankie. WTF? Well, it does […]

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Frankie Rodriguez Arrested For Assault, Father In Law Hospitalized

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As reported by the Associated Press, New York Mets reliever Francisco Rodriguez is in custody after what police called a “physical assault” on a family member at Citi Field.  Police say Rodriguez will be charged with third-degree assault. Police say the incident occurred after the Mets’ 6-2 loss to the Colorado Rockies on Wednesday night. […]

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Acosta Atrocious, Mets Lose 6-2

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Jonathon Niese pitched a gem today, but the bullpen blew ANOTHER lead and the Mets lost the game, 6-2. Game Notes Jonathon was great today, giving up one run on five hits in seven innings with seven strikeouts and NO walks. Johnathon was in the zone today, getting behind some hitters early today but finding […]

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Cora Sheds Light On Mets Woes

An article by posted on August 11, 2010 0 Comments

Alex Cora has had plenty to say about his time with the Mets since he was released by the team last week. He’s been making the rounds on sports talk radio, and yesterday he shed some light during an appearance on the Boomer & Carton show on WFAN. Like the professional that he is, Cora had no […]

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Thoughts On Bay And Mets Outfield Situation In 2011

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Yesterday, Amazin Avenue asked if you could dump one Mets contract, which would it be? My choice is Jason Bay because he hasn’t given the Mets the homerun power they thought they were getting. Bay, who turns 32 next month, is aging fast, and for $17 million dollars annually, the Mets may be looking at an […]

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Beltran Trading Spaces?

An article by posted on August 11, 2010 0 Comments

“I believe” in miracles. I really believe in trades when they make sense. My personal feelings aside (for now), I think everybody on this team should be up for grabs and should not be deemed “untouchable”. Recent history shows that any thing done to change the chemistry and the dynamic of this team should be done quickly and efficiently. […]

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Pelfrey Nails It, Mets Win 1-0

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Mike Pelfrey looked the sharpest he has in weeks, giving up zero runs and throwing 122 pitches, and the Mets managed to scratch across one run and hold the lead for the 1-0 win. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey had his best outing since early June, throwing seven innings of shutout ball, giving up four hits […]

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Game Preview: Rockies vs Mets

An article by posted on August 11, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets try to make it two in a row tonight as they take on the Rockies for game two of this series. Game one featured the 16th time this season that the Mets have won a game thanks to a shutout (another way to think of that is that 16/56 victories have been shutouts […]

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Today’s New York Mets – What Is Going On Here?

An article by posted on August 10, 2010 0 Comments

Lots of time over the weekend to think about the plight of the Mets. First was the Connecticut press asking Fred about the Mets, when he was promoting UConn basketball on SNY. Funny, most people in Connecticut -including me – do not get SNY on their cable stations. Now I’m wondering if he wants to […]

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It’s Time For Mets To Get Some Pelf Control

An article by posted on August 10, 2010 0 Comments

It’s hard to believe that Mets quasi-number two starter, Mike Pelfrey (10-6, 4.16), has not won a game since June 25th when he improved his record to 10-2.  Since that day he has seen his ERA swell from 2.42 to 4.16, and he has gone past the fifth inning just once in seven starts. Pelfrey will […]

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