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Mets Seek Rocky Mountain Redemption

An article by posted on May 9, 2011 0 Comments

Two weeks ago the Rockies left the Mets beaten and bewildered. They came into Citi Field, and swept the Mets in four straight games. The four game sweep capped off a dreadful home stand, one that saw the Mets go 1-6 as they opened their season in Citi Field. At the time, the Mets had […]

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Citi Field Ranks Sixth In Home Runs Allowed This Season

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Citi Field Ranks Sixth In Home Runs Allowed This Season

According to Jayson Stark of ESPN, the New York Mets front office have had discussions about moving in the outfield walls at Citi Field. A fascinating rumor that’s been rippling through the Mets’ clubhouse lately has the team finally getting ready to move in the fences at Citi Field. Based on what he’s heard from […]

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Minaya, DePodesta and Ricciardi MLB Draft Review

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Minaya, DePodesta and Ricciardi MLB Draft Review

This contribution was borne out of several discussion this offseason in our MMO chat room in which many have heaped praise on Paul DePodesta and J.P. Ricciardi for their player evaluation skills and success in the draft, while knocking the Mets farm system and the player evaluation skills of Omar Minaya. I wanted to compare […]

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Jeurys Familia Promoted To Binghamton

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Jeurys Familia Promoted To Binghamton

After Saturday’s game and during the post game show on SNY, the Mets announced that RHP Jeurys Familia has been promoted from High-A St. Lucie up to Double-A Binghamton. Familia was off to a great start at St. Lucie and had a 1-1 record with a 1.49 ERA in six starts. He racked up 36 strikeouts against eight walks in 36 innings […]

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Mets Gambled On Young And Rolled Snake Eyes

An article by posted on May 9, 2011 0 Comments

Considering how it began, you have to be satisfied with the Mets’ six-game homestand against the Giants and Dodgers. A split was about as good as could be expected, and that’s what the Mets got. Perhaps the most significant development coming out of the homestand was Chris Young’s second appointment to the disabled list. He […]

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Mets Leaders, Best and Worst

An article by posted on May 8, 2011 0 Comments

Best and Worst (Min 20 AB, 10 IP) Batting Average Best: Jose Reyes .331 (49-148) – Carlos Beltran .295 (33-112) Worst: Lucas Duda .100 (1-10) – Angel Pagan .159 (11-69) On-Base Percentage Best: Carlos Beltran .380 – Jose Reyes .379 Worst: Lucas Duda .217 – Angel Pagan .259 Slugging Percentage Best: Jason Pridie .558 – […]

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Chris Young Has Swelling In Back Of Shoulder, Possibly Out Longer Than Minimum DL Stay

An article by posted on May 8, 2011
Chris Young Has Swelling In Back Of Shoulder, Possibly Out Longer Than Minimum DL Stay

Chris Young who was scratched from his scheduled start yesterday after stiffness in the back of his right shoulder, has been placed on the disabled list for the second time this season. Young said that the tightness started last Tuesday and hasn’t gotten better as the week went on. He also said the injury is not like […]

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Happy Mother’s Day Mets Moms!

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Happy Mother’s Day Mets Moms!

Just wanted to wish all of the Mets Moms out there a very Happy Mother’s Day! Enjoy your day and hopefully we will be celebrating a Mets victory! LETS GO METS!  

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Justin Turner Comes Through Late, Mets Beat Dodgers 4-2

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Justin Turner Comes Through Late, Mets Beat Dodgers 4-2

The Mets were keeping pace with the Dodgers during the entire game.  They would score a run here, and the Mets would score a run there.  Dillon Gee allowed for the Mets to keep pace, but it took a late game hit by Justin Turner, to decide the game.  The Mets went on the win, […]

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The Mets Have Roster Depth

An article by posted on May 8, 2011 0 Comments

I really enjoyed reading Ken Davidoff’s column on Newsday this morning. Unlike the last few seasons, Davidoff points out that this year the Mets have gotten some solid contributions from their roster depth when players have gotten hurt or landed on the DL. Jason Pridie is one such player that has been a pleasant surprise […]

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