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Nationals vs Mets: Home Opener Lineup, Notes, Preview

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Mets Lineup Jose Reyes SS Angel Pagan CF David Wright 3b Carlos Beltran RF Ike Davis 1B Willie Harris LF Brad Emaus 2B Josh Thole C R.A. Dickey P Mets Notes WRIGHT ON: David Wright has collected at least one hit in every Home Opener since making an Opening Day roster in 2005 (six straight)… Wright […]

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Pitching & Bats Vanish, Mets Lose 11-0

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Jonathon Niese & the Mets pitching staff was mauled today, and the offense struggled to get a rhythm against Roy Halladay and the Mets lost the game 11-0. Game Notes Jonathon Niese had a bad outing today. Jonathon was hit, and hit consistently. He gave up six runs on eight hits in four innings, walking […]

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3 Up and 3 Down – Headin’ Home Edition

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Prior to returning home for the 50th Opening Day in team history, our guys were down in Philadelphia for the first head to competition of the season against Eastern Division rivals, the Phillies. The Phillies won two of the three games, and the Mets return to Citifield 3-3 (did anyone really expect anything better). He […]

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Mets’ First Rounder Has Solid Debut

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Mets’ First Rounder Has Solid Debut

Some good news from Port St. Lucie where 2010 first-round pick Matt Harvey made his professional debut on Thursday evening. After a shaky start most likely from jitters, Harvey went on to pitch a solid game as the St. Lucie Mets defeated the Palm Beach Cardinals 1-0. Harvey struck out nine and scattered five hits over […]

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Mets Are Hitting and Scoring

An article by posted on April 7, 2011 0 Comments

Last night, our very own Ben Yoel tweeted this as the Mets went on to lose to the Phils 10-7…. I could care less the Mets didn’t win the game last night. They showed that they have fight and can come back from early deficits. I totally agree with Ben’s statement. Even when the Mets […]

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For Mike Pelfrey, The Hits Just Keep On Comin’

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Mike Pelfrey is entering his sixth season with the Mets, compiling a 43-41 record over his first five seasons in New York (43-42 after his Opening Day loss to the Florida Marlins). Although Pelfrey is just 27 years old, there have been only 17 pitchers in franchise history who have won more games than Big […]

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Mets Hang On To Manny Acosta After He Clears Waivers

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The Mets have  announced that right-handed reliever Manny Acosta has cleared waivers, and will be assigned to Triple-A Buffalo. With Pat Misch also clearing waivers a week earlier, the Mets manage to hang on to two relievers that will give their bullpen some depth in the minors in case somebody falters or is injured. Another well played […]

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Mets @ Phillies Game 3: Lineup, Notes, Preview

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Today’s Lineup Jose Reyes – SS Willie Harris – LF David Wright – 3B Ike Davis – 1B Angel Pagan – CF Lucas Duda – RF Brad Emaus – 2B Josh Thole – C Jonathon Niese – LHP  Mets Notes Daniel Murphy was part of an odd occurrence Wednesday. Murphy entered the game as […]

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Philadelphia Inquirer: Mets Fans Are Extra Creepy

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Came across this post via MetsBlog and thought I would share it here. John Gonzalez, a columnist for the Philadelphia Inquirer, had some harsh words for the Mets and Mets fans in particular. In a column entitled “Mets Are A National Punchline”, he writes: The Mets don’t have to be good or even mediocre for you […]

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A Tragedy That Hits Home

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Last night while checking my e-mail once more, a story flashed across the screen that caught my attention. As a die-hard sports fan this story really hits home and I think we can all relate to it. However its inconceivable why such a tragedy had to occur. Bryan Stow, a father of two, a paramedic […]

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