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We Should Promote Misch And Send Down Valdes

An article by posted on August 4, 2010 0 Comments

 About a week and a half ago, I pleaded my case for calling up starting pitcher Pat Misch, inserting him into the rotation, and sliding Hisanori Takahashi back into the bullpen. Since then, Misch has made two starts and allowed just one run in 15 innings pitched, striking out 15 more batters and walking none. His record […]

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Trading Beltran Is Not An Option, I’ll Tell You Why

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As Carlos Beltran continues to shake off the rust of a 2 1/2 month stint on the disabled list, the natives are getting restless. Mets fans, who are a very impatient group to begin with, are getting very antsy and desperation is starting to set in. Many of us including myself, expected the gifted center fielder to burst […]

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French Revolution Part Deux, Mets Win 3-2

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After a great pitching outing from R.A. Dickey, Jeff Francoeur hit a tie-breaking home-run in the ninth inning and the Mets broke a two game losing streak to win the game 3-2. Game Notes R.A. Dickey went out today, and was wildly effective. Dickey gave up two runs on five hits with four walks, two […]

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Game Preview: Mets at Braves Finale

An article by posted on August 4, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets and Braves find themselves at the rubber game tonight with Mike Pelfrey vs Kris Medlen. The Mets lied down in the first game of series but last night they clawed and scratched the entire way and thanks to a few former Braves, they were able to come out on top. This is an […]

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8/3 Minor League Report!

An article by posted on August 3, 2010 0 Comments

We will hold our second MPH chat in the chat room on August 5th, followed by our third on August 23rd, instructions for getting in are located directly below the Rotoworld widget. If you have any questions, use the chat box (either of them) to ask, and I’ll anwer. AAA International League: Buffalo 1/8/3, Lehigh […]

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Doug’s Dugout: Pray For Moving Day

An article by posted on August 3, 2010 0 Comments

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss, Anger,the disliked trio of Oliver Perez, Luis Castillo, and Carlos Beltran, and Packing Materials.  If you are an avid Mets fan you should be angry today. Seething actually. Angry your GM, Omar Minaya waved the White Flag at the trading deadline; a team with numerous holes couldn’t fill any […]

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How Good Is Ike Davis, And Is He Really A Core Player?

An article by posted on August 3, 2010 0 Comments

I got an interesting email from one of our readers, Des, yesterday. It contained  a small analysis she did in which she compares Ike Davis to Daniel Murphy. First let me share what she wrote me, and then I have some analysis of my own along with my conclusions. Earlier in July I did an […]

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A Memo To Fred Wilpon: The Time Is Now

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After two of the most shameful games in the history of the New York Mets, I’m calling for the team owner – yes, you Fred Wilpon – to make some moves. Last night a local sport station host played “Taps” as he recounted the past two games. He’s a long time fan of the Mets […]

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The Weeks Ahead: One Last Chance

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The Weeks Ahead: One Last Chance

I know, no sane fan can come away from a 14-1 flogging at the hands of one of the worst teams in baseball and shout “Who’s Next!”  As a Met fan these days, however, sanity is not an option.  Even with bitterness in my heart and vinegar running through my veins I have to at […]

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Last Night, The Mets Mailed It In

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Last Night, The Mets Mailed It In

 OK, fine, that was the turning point, but the real indictment of the Mets came in the eight other innings. Johan Santana was professional enough to keep the game close, but the Mets’ offense slumbered through what they called a critical game. It’s not the adversity, but how you respond that is critical, and the […]

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