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Bullpen Falters Late In 5-2 Loss To Phillies

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Game Summary With Pelfrey’s best and longest start going into the eighth inning, the Mets looked to beat their rivals, but the implosion of the bullpen and the faltering of Mets late-inning runs, cost him a win. Mets lose 5-2. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey pitched like he was finally back in form. Pelfrey kept the […]

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Mets/Giants Trade Brewing?

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****UPDATE**** – link to story - http://stlucietoflushing.com/?p=380 ****************************************************************************** In a post I have going up over at StlucieToFlushing.com, I detail a possible trade that could be happening between the Mets and Giants for Jose Reyes. In past days the Giants have made a few moves following the season-ending injury to star C Buster Posey. They have […]

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Schwinden Ready In Case Dickey Can’t Make Next Start

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Mike Mazzeo of ESPN reports that right-hander R.A. Dickey long-tossed with pitching coach Dan Warthen on Saturday and remains on track to throw a bullpen Sunday and make his scheduled Tuesday start against the Pittsburgh Pirates, he told reporters. “It’s manageable,” Dickey said of the discomfort in his right heel. “I’m optimistic.”  Dickey was diagnosed with a […]

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K-Blah’d, Mets Lose 6-4

An article by posted on May 27, 2011 0 Comments

The Mets as a team pitched well, but the bullpen wound up being the culprit of loss again today, and the Mets lost the opening game in the series, 6-4 to the Phillies Game Notes Chris Capuano, coming off a disastrous outing in the Bronx, went six effective innings, allowing two runs on four hits with […]

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Murphy’s FLAW

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Murphy’s FLAW

Daniel Murphy has done everything the Mets have asked of his this season, and has performed reasonably well in the field and at the plate. Today however, things just didn’t go particularly well for the Murph-Man as the Mets lose a heart-breaker to the Phillies 6-4 at Citi Field. The turning point in the game […]

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The Phillies Have Done Things The Right Way

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The Phillies are coming, the Phillies are coming… Just read a decent post from Jeff Bradley on the Star-Ledger who thinks that the Mets should use the Phillies as a model of what type of franchise we want to be. Since the end of the 2006 season, the Phillies have gone 402-296, won four consecutive […]

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So, Who Else Is Sick Of Jason Bay?

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Jason Bay has been a Met for a year and two months. During this time, he has been a major disappointment since signing a four-year, $66 million deal with a fifth-year vesting option. Granted, Bay missed a significant chunk of time last season due to a concussion, but even before that, he struggled offensively. This […]

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After MRI, Mets Say Dickey Is Day To Day

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After MRI, Mets Say Dickey Is Day To Day

R.A. Dickey underwent an MRI at the Hospital for Special Surgery today which revealed a partial tear of the plantar facia of the right foot. His status is day-to-day. R.A. Dickey left this lat night’s game against the Cubs after injuring his right heel while covering first base on a groundball to the right side […]

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The Invisible Top Prospect Wilmer Flores

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Amidst this crazy season, it’s easy to forget about a guy who most of upper management is hoping will be apart of the team’s future within the next few years. Flores, 19, is the prototypical Mets prospect in that he’s young and raw with unlimited amounts of potential. They signed him as an undrafted free […]

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Stay Classy, Philadelphia

An article by posted on May 27, 2011 0 Comments

We’re in 4th place – and yet, the Philadelphia Phillie writers just can’t stop writing about the Mets. This piece really rubbed me the wrong way and was noted by Metsblog. The Phillies have a one game lead on the Marlins and about three and a half on the Braves. And yet, Mike Missanelli from […]

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