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Reyes and Francoeur Homer To Beat Orioles 3-1

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Mets take two against the Orioles on the road winning 3-1. First back-to-back road wins for the Mets since late July of last year. Mets also go six games over .500 on the season. Game Summary Mets imported arm, Hisanori Takahashi had his fifth major league start with the Mets. And for the first time, […]

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Experience The Mets Magic Again And Again

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Hey Mets fans… Here are a couple of great offers from the Mets MLB Shop and our friends at A&E Home Entertainment. Here’s your chance to treat yourselves to something special, or maybe you still need a great gift for dad on Fathers Day… Consider two great Mets DVD boxed sets from A&E Home Entertainment at new low price! […]

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Mets To Host All Star Game In 2013

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According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today via Twitter, the Mets will host the 2013 MLB All-Star Game. Selig will say Wednesday that KC will host the 2012 All-Star Game.The Mets will get the game in 2013, Minnesota in 2014, and DC in 2015. Hopefully, Citi Field will have already hosted a World Series by then…

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Beltran Plays Center, Scheduled for Late July Return

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Today the NY Post reported that Carlos Beltran played 3 innings in center field for Port St. Lucie.  He was responsible for 2 put-outs and went 3 for 5 at the plate with 2 singles, a home run, and a walk.  This is a significant indicator on the proximity of Carlos’ return to the Mets.  […]

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6/11 Minor League Report!

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AAA International League: Buffalo 3/6/1, Durham 8/13/0 rf Russ Adams 1 for 4, run, .249 2b Justin Turner 0 for 3, .281 1b Mike Jacobs 0 for 4, RBI, .271 3b Mike Cervanek 2 for 4, run, K, .235 CF FERNANDO MARTINEZ 1 for 4, run, 2b (6), 2 Ks, .244 dh Val Pascucci 0 […]

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Dickey Solid, Carter Homers, Mets Top O’s 5-1

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R.A. Dickey and his knuckleball were highly effective today, and Chris Carter hit his first home run in the MLB as the Mets beat the Orioles 5-1. Game Notes R.A. Dickey was as effective today as he was wild and that was what made his knuckle ball as good as it has been since his […]

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NL East Report

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Atlanta Braves (35-26; Leader) The Braves had an interesting four-game series with the Arizona Diamondbacks, winning the two highest scoring ones, and losing the two lowest scoring. In fact, Aaron Heilman got the win in relief for the D-Backs on Wednesday. The Braves will face the first-place Minnesota Twins, with tonight’s pitching matchup being Tim […]

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Another No-Name Keeps The Mets From A No-Hitter

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Another No-Name Keeps The Mets From A No-Hitter

Do you recognize the baseball player in the photograph to the left?  No?  Then welcome to the club.  The man in the Padres hat is San Diego’s backup centerfielder Chris Denorfia, and he just became the latest player to keep the Mets from finally recording their first no-hitter. Last night, during the second game of […]

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A Lesson In Mets History

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I’m a fan of history. Whether it be baseball or Mets history or the history of our nation, I love how history provides us with a template for the future. We tend to have short attention spans in this new media digital age. We tweet, surf the web and instant message while texting all at […]

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Oh, Give Me A Home

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Citi Field, aged two, already has a past. Last year when we first saw the place, there were a lot of Brooklyn memorabilia and exhibits there. We knew that the Dodgers had moved to LA in the long ago fifties, so many of the visitors thought that something was wrong. And it was. Fred Wilpon, […]

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