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4/19 Minor League Report! LUTZ!!!!!

An article by posted on April 19, 2010 0 Comments

AAA International League: Buffalo 2/7/0, Scranton 7/9/2 The Bisons, sans Ike Davis, lost to the Yankees today, as RA Dickey gave up 2 runs over 8 innings, then Bobby Parnell got torched for 4 runs on a hit and 3 walks without recording an out. The Bisons offense managed 7 hits and 2 walks, while […]

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Now Batting Sixth, Number 29, First Baseman Ike Davis

An article by posted on April 19, 2010 0 Comments

According to Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog, Ike Davis will be wearing uniform number 29 when he takes the field for tonight’s Major League debut against the Chicago Cubs at Citi Field. Over the years, the Mets have had many great players who donned number 29, including one of my favorite Mets of all time, Dave […]

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It’s Official, Ike Davis Will Be In Mets Uniform Tonight!

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  Updated 4/19 1:00 PM Here we go! WFAN is reporting that the Mets have called up 23–year-old Ike Davis and that he will be in uniform tonight when the Mets play the Cubs at Citi Field. According to the Buffalo Bisons, Ike Davis had been removed from today’s starting lineup and was informed of his […]

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Omar Satisfied With His One Hollow Victory

An article by posted on April 19, 2010 0 Comments

It is re-assuring that at least one person in Metville is happy today: Omar Minaya, the General Manager. He got his requisite victory in St. Louis this weekend.  Losing series number four is merely a footnote. The numbers are ugly, friends.  Your team resides in last place, two games behind the Washington Nationals and four games from […]

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Fred Wilpon, It’s Time To Save Your Team

An article by posted on April 19, 2010 0 Comments

It was once said in a famous quote, “Only Nixon could go to China”. Back in the sixties the Communist states of China and the Soviet Union broke off their strategic alliance. Nixon saw this as an opportunity to gain a Cold War edge on the Soviets by warming up to the Chinese. It was […]

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Why Gary Matthews Jr. Should Be Released Now

An article by posted on April 19, 2010 0 Comments

I generally choose to avoid personal biases due to how it affects my writing, but this is one that cannot go unheard for much longer. I’ve witnessed 25 at bats that could’ve gone to Angel Pagan being wasted all because Omar Minaya has to prove he didn’t make a stupid trade. Gary Matthews Jr. should either […]

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New Graphics: The Unusual Suspects

An article by posted on April 18, 2010 0 Comments
New Graphics: The Unusual Suspects

Sunday afternoon is usually a day of rest for me and most Americans but after sleeping in, a movie and some television I suddenly felt the need to create some orange and blue graphics. Maybe it was the seven hours spent watching them yesterday or the fact they will be on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball, […]

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I Like Ike

An article by posted on April 18, 2010 0 Comments
I Like Ike

News from Adam Rubin is that the Mets have designated Mike Jacobs for assignment to make room for Tobi Stoner for tonight’s game. First, lets begin with this. Thank God. I’ve never hidden the fact I was against Mike Jacobs being on this team. He is a professional strikeout hitter who if he’s lucky gets […]

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Mike Jacobs Designated, Tobi Stoner Called Up, Ike Davis On Tap?

An article by posted on April 18, 2010 0 Comments

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN NY, the Mets will try to freshen up a tired and weary bullpen by calling up pitcher Tobi Stoner, who is expected to be promoted from Triple-A Buffalo in time for tonight’s game against the Cardinals which will be broadcast nationally on ESPN. Stoner (0-1, 4.32 ERA) had last pitched Tuesday for […]

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This Was One For The Ages

An article by posted on April 18, 2010 0 Comments

Last night’s epic 20 inning marathon between the Cardinals and the Mets had more ups and downs than a ride on the Cyclone in Coney Island. When the game finally came to an end and I saw Luis Castillo field the grounder off the bat of Ryan Ludwick and fire it to Mike Jacobs at first […]

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