Montero Shuts Down New Hampshire In Binghamton Shutout Win

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Montero Shuts Down New Hampshire In Binghamton Shutout Win

  Binghamton 3, New Hampshire 0 Rafael Montero fired six scoreless innings to the lead the Binghamton Mets to a 3-0 victory over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Saturday afternoon at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium. The bullpen provided three blank innings of relief for Binghamton’s first shutout victory of the season. Double plays kept […]

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Tapia Shines, 3 RBIs For Rivera In St. Lucie Victory

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Tapia Shines, 3 RBIs For Rivera In St. Lucie Victory

  St. Lucie 6, Fort Myers 5 Domingo Tapia allowed zero earned runs over seven innings and put St. Lucie on the path to victory on Saturday evening. Tapia was on his game for St. Lucie, as he allowed just four hits and a walk across seven innings while striking out six. He was on […]

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Boyd’s 4 RBI Day Leads Savannah To A 6-4 Victory

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Boyd’s 4 RBI Day Leads Savannah To A 6-4 Victory

  Savannah 6, Lakewood 4 Jayce Boyd had a great offensive night and the Sand Gnats received a questionable call from the umpires down in Lakewood en route to a 6-4 victory on Saturday night. It was Rainy Lara who got the start for Savannah in this one, and he was shaky at best, allowing […]

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Bryce Goes Yard Twice As Hefner and Bullpen Hand Nats 7-6 Win

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Bryce Goes Yard Twice As Hefner and Bullpen Hand Nats 7-6 Win

One of the most revealing things about the Mets’ 7-6 loss to the Nationals today, is that they are 7-1 this season when Jon Niese and Matt Harvey start, and 1-7 when they turn to Dillon Gee, Jeremy Hefner and Aaron Laffey. That says a lot, doesn’t it? Today’s sacrificial lamb was 26-year old Jeremy Hefner who […]

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Rafael Montero: All He Does Is Dominate

An article by posted on April 20, 2013 0 Comments
Rafael Montero: All He Does Is Dominate

When it comes to pitching prospects in the Mets organization, Zack Wheeler is the guy that the majority of fans will stop to see how he performed the night before. However, it seems that with every start Wheeler makes, he is getting further and further away from making his Citi Field debut. On the other […]

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Open Thread: Nationals vs Mets – Hefner Looks To Rebound

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Open Thread: Nationals vs Mets – Hefner Looks To Rebound

Starting Lineup Justin Turner SS Daniel Murphy 2B David Wright 3B John Buck C Ike Davis 1B Marlon Byrd RF Lucas Duda LF Collin Cowgill CF Jeremy Hefner RHP Game Preview The Mets try to take the series today against the Nationals! Last night was a -ahem- Harvelous or Matt-tastic day for the Mets as […]

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Tim Leary and the Subtle Danger of Talent

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Tim Leary and the Subtle Danger of Talent

On January 18, 1985 Tim Leary was quietly traded by the New York Mets to the Kansas City Royals. Leary was selected out of UCLA in the first-round (second overall) by the Mets in the June 1979 Draft. Less than two years later, at age 22, Leary made his major league debut. It lasted seven […]

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Duda Is Second In The Major Leagues With A .491 On-Base and 1.234 OPS

An article by posted on April 20, 2013 0 Comments
Duda Is Second In The Major Leagues With A .491 On-Base and 1.234 OPS

Updated by Joe D. on 4/20 What a game it was for Lucas Duda last night in the Mets 7-1 win against the Nationals. Duda had his best game ever as a Met going 2-for-3 with hit two home runs and a walk . The hulking Mets left fielder is now batting .308 for the season […]

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Matt Harvey vs. Other Mets Greats Through 14 Starts

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Matt Harvey vs. Other Mets Greats Through 14 Starts

Since being promoted to the big leagues on July 26, 2012, Matt Harvey has lived up to, and at times, exceeded expectations.  The former first round draft pick has become one of the toughest pitchers to hit in the National League since his debut and his confidence is on par with that of a veteran […]

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The Gospel According To Matthew: “Harvey Never Wins A Cy Young”

An article by posted on April 20, 2013 0 Comments
The Gospel According To Matthew: “Harvey Never Wins A Cy Young”

Everytime I watch Matt Harvey pitch, those words come to mind and it’s not just me. It’s become the Mets Meme on Twitter every time Harvey pitches. It’s brought up mockingly when you’re watching the game with other fans. Who knows, maybe those words give Matt Harvey a little extra motivation to prove SNY’s Matthew Cerrone wrong […]

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