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Ruben Tejada Is Youngest To Play For Buffalo In 17 Years

An article by posted on April 10, 2010 0 Comments

Updated Post 12:20 pm Here is some additional information regarding the recent demotion of Ruben Tejada. According to a Mets Press release, Tejada will be playing shortstop today for the Bisons and will also get some work in at second base as the Mets try to make him more versatile. At 20 years and 165 days […]

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Ike Davis Will Be Here Sooner Rather Than Later

An article by posted on April 10, 2010 0 Comments

Last night I had the pleasure of watching the game while chilling out with my pals on Twitter. It was actually the second time I ever did that since registering our site with Twitter about a year ago. It’s actually a pretty cool experience and it’s almost like hanging out in your living room with […]

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Home Run Revival, Mets Crush Nationals 8-2

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The Mets bats came alive today breaking out for 4 homers in a great start by Mike Pelfrey in an 8-2 victory over the Nationals Game Notes In his first start of the season, Mike Pelfrey wasn’t sharp – but it really didn’t matter. Big Pelf scattered four hits over six innings, walking four and […]

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It’s Official, Jose Reyes To Bat Leadoff On Saturday

An article by posted on April 9, 2010 0 Comments

Updated Post 4:40 pm Jerry Manuel just announced that Jose Reyes will be in the lineup and batting leadoff tomorrow. Manuel also said it will not take long for Reyes to return to being the impact player he can be and the catalyst the Mets need right now. Original Post 12:00 pm Jose Reyes is […]

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How Long Before We Start To Worry?

An article by posted on April 9, 2010 0 Comments

I know, I know. Its only been three games. And while the Season Opener was nothing short of “amazin”, and the team did show signs of fight (and patience) in game two, I can’t help but revert back to feelings of concern and panic after last night’s loss. The optimists will tell me to calm down, that, […]

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Mets Lose Rubber Game 3-1, Early Warning Signs?

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The Mets squandered a good start from young Jon Niese and fell to the Florida Marlins 3-1 in front of a mere 25,000 fans on Thursday night. Game Notes Jon Niese wasn’t spectacular against the Fish, but he delivered a solid performance that was a far cry better than John Maine the night before. In […]

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John Maine and His Decaying Arm

An article by posted on April 8, 2010 0 Comments
John Maine and His Decaying Arm

The title may have been a little bit misleading, but its honestly how i feel. When the Mets first received Maine in the trade for Anna, i mean..Kris Benson we received a hard-throwing prospect with the potential to be a #3 starter with the refining of a slider. His rising fastball, providing hope to anyone […]

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Fun At The Phillies Expense

An article by posted on April 8, 2010 0 Comments

As Mets fans, we don’t get moments like this very often, so in those rare instances when the Phillies make headlines for all the wrong reasons, you really have to relish them. To begin, we already know what a big mouth Jimmy Rollins has, but get a load of what he said while a guest on […]

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Despite Results, Jenrry Mejia Looked Good Out There

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Unless they were under a rock, most Mets fans know that Jenrry Mejia finally made his much anticipated debut last night against the Marlins. And though he displayed the velocity and movement that had been advertised, the results were mediocre at best. Mejia earned a spot on the roster with a blazing fastball that in fact […]

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Give Mets Credit For Trying To Change Image

An article by posted on April 8, 2010 0 Comments

Earlier in the week, Adam Rubin of ESPN NY posted some information that grabbed my attention. While reporting that right-hander Kiko Calero is expected to remain with the organization, he also wrote, Mets officials expect fluidity with their bullpen early in the season, and suggest the relievers who broke camp won’t stick long if they’re […]

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