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Niese Strong, Offense Held In Check, Mets Lose 2-1

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Jonathon Niese went a strong six and one third innings but the Mets offense was held in check by Roy Halladay and the Mets lost 2-1 to the Phillies. Game Notes Jonathon Niese went out today, and pitched a great game. Jonathon gave up two runs in six and one third innings on six hits, […]

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Is Ike Davis The Solution At Cleanup Spot?

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Is Ike Davis The Solution At Cleanup Spot?

There are going to be a lot of changes over the next year. But I think it’s a pretty safe bet to say that Ike Davis is as close to untouchable as anyone could be on this Mets roster. That is for good reason, since there is no reason to move a 25 year old […]

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Five Quick Fixes The Mets Need To Make NOW

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We can cry all we want about the latest two losses or we can be proactive and learn from them. I would rather take the high road and implement a few improvements rather than sitting back and pointing fingers and looking for blame. Here are a few fixes that need to be implemented with due […]

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Pelfrey & The Pen Fail, Mets Lose 10-3

An article by posted on April 29, 2011 0 Comments

Mike Pelfrey was atrocious today, and the bullpen wasn’t much better in the 10-3 loss to the Phillies. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey went out today, and looked good to decent for the first three innings, then completely fell apart in the fifth. Pelfrey went four and one-third innings giving up four runs on eight hits […]

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Big Pelf, Big Flop, Big Hole In Rotation

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Big Pelf, Big Flop, Big Hole In Rotation

Mike Pelfrey’s 2011 season continues to deteriorate and he had his butt handed to him tonight in Philadelphia where he failed again to make it out of the fifth inning. His final line was as ugly as all the other stinkers he’s pitched this season: 4.1 IP, 8 H, 4 ER, 1 BB , 3 K, […]

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Ronny Paulino Activated From DL; Mike Nickeas Optioned To Buffalo

An article by posted on April 29, 2011 0 Comments

The New York Mets today announced that they have activated catcher Ronny Paulino from the 15-Day Disabled List and he will be available for tonight’s game at Philadelphia. He will wear uniform #9. In order to make room on the 25-man roster, the Mets optioned catcher Mike Nickeas to Buffalo (AAA) of the International League. […]

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Book Review: Moneyball – An Incredible, Revolutionary Masterpiece

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Book Review: Moneyball – An Incredible, Revolutionary Masterpiece

Moneyball tells the fascinating tale of Billy Beane’s ingenious use of statistical analysis in order to assemble a winning ballclub without the luxury of a large payroll. Through statistics such as OBP, SLG, and a slew of other stats, Beane was able to snatch ballplayers with “hidden virtues” up for a song, creating a team on a $35 […]

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Remember The Frenchy?

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Remember The Frenchy?

Things are looking up for the Mets right now and I just wanted to point out something quickly about an ex-Met. Remember Jeff Francoeur? It wasn’t too long ago that Jeff Francoeur sparked incredible debate over every single thing he did. No, really…every thing. There were fiery debates right here and I enjoyed watching all […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: 2 Out of 3 In D.C. Edition

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The Washington Nationals opened Citi Field this season by taking two of three games against the Mets. Our guys went down to D.C. this week and returned the favor by winning two of three down there. Sadly, the Mets six game winning streak came to an end on Thursday night, but I think after watching […]

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Benchwarmers: Are Mets Reserves Better Or Worse?

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Benchwarmers: Are Mets Reserves Better Or Worse?

Like any other major league bench, many of the Mets reserves have already been pressed into some regular duty due to injuries or giving a slumping regular some time off. Last year, general manager Omar Minaya caught a lot of heat for lack of a strong bench and also having poor depth at several key positions. Has […]

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