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2009 Predictions – MVP, Cy Young, ROY

An article by posted on April 10, 2009 0 Comments

The rest of our 2009 Staff Predictions Paul NL MVP: David Wright AL MVP: Josh Hamilton NL Cy Young: Johan Santana AL Cy Young: Daisuke Matsuzaka NL Rookie of the Year: Cameron Maybin AL Rookie of the Year: Matt Wieters Jessica NL MVP – David Wright AL MVP – Grady Sizemore NL Cy Young – […]

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Will Perez Force Mets To Get A Starter At Deadline?

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I was just reading an interesting article by David Lennon of Newsday on his blog. Lennon seems all fired up about comments that were made by Jerry Manuel and Dan Warthen who both said they were encouraged by Ollie’s last start. I was kind of surprised yesterday to hear both manager Jerry Manuel and pitching […]

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4/9 Minor League Report! Ramirez!

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Buffalo 4, Pawtucket 6 Jon Niese’s first start of the season was awful, he lasted just 2 innings, surrendering 5 runs on 5 hits and 3 walks, throwing 62 pitches. Niese was in trouble throughout the day, throwing 34 pitches in the first, and 28 in the second. Kyle Snyder worked 3 innings of long […]

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Manuel Hints That Marlon Anderson Is Out

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It looks like Marlon Anderson will be the odd man out when the Mets clear a roster spot fpr the addition of Livan Hernandex. Hernandez will make his Mets debut Saturday against Ricky Nolasco. Jerry Manuel hinted that Anderson would be a roster casualty according to Adam Rubin. Without naming names, Jerry Manuel essentially revealed […]

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The Good, The Bad, and The Ollie

An article by posted on April 9, 2009 0 Comments

It may be far easier to unravel the mysteries of Stonehenge and the Great Pyramid, than it would be to figure out Oliver Perez. Todays performance by Perez was like a perfect microcosm of his entire career. He starts out be teasing us with a tantalizing performance in the first two innings that invoked memories […]

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Mets Notes: Putz Closing, Cora In, Tatis 2B?

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Today before the game, Jerry Manuel said that Frankie Rodriguez would get the day off after a tough workload in last nights game. J.J. Putz will be called on to close the game if necessary. I’m thinking that Putz will pick up about 10 saves this season. Luis Castillo is sitting this one out, and […]

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A Tale of Two Closers

An article by posted on April 9, 2009 0 Comments

April 8, 2009. Francisco Rodriguez comes into the game against the Cincinnati Reds in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Mets have a two run lead, and need their stud closer to come in and shut the door to close out the win. In true Mets-fashion, Frankie gives us all reason to keep our […]

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The Old Mets Would Have Lost That Game

An article by posted on April 9, 2009 0 Comments

I’m feeling so good about the Mets right now especially after what I witnessed last night.  That game against the Reds was more than just another early season win, it was convincing evidence that this might be the year the Mets go all they way. Let me explain… The old Mets never would have stood a […]

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Pelf Not as Bad as You Might Think

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I can only imagine what was going through the minds of some of you when Cincy took a 4-2 lead-Pelf pitched well enough to have been beaten 3-2 at that point. But Pelf was not all that bad, not as bad as that really high, 100-plus pitch count might indicate. What I saw was a […]

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Game Recap: Mets 9 – Reds 7

An article by posted on April 8, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets won a thriller tonight in Cincinnati by a score of 9-7. Mike Pelfrey started and was in big trouble right from the start when the Reds tagged him for 4 runs including a three-run blast off the bat of Joey Votto. However, Pelfrey settled down some and weaved in and out of trouble and […]

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