Okay, Someone Needs To Say It… Re-Signing Hairston Was A Stroke Of Genius

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Okay, Someone Needs To Say It… Re-Signing Hairston Was A Stroke Of Genius

I can imagine some of the stomachs churning already after reading that title. But as I was going through some of the Mets notes, it’s hard to ignore what an incredible impact Scott Hairston has made on this team so far this season. Hairston hit a home run and scored three runs last night after entering […]

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Mets Activate Bay, Add Beato to 40, DFA Satin and Place Young On Paternity Leave

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Mets Activate Bay, Add Beato to 40, DFA Satin and Place Young On Paternity Leave

The Mets have announced that left fielder Jason Bay has been activated from the 15-day disabled list and reliever Pedro Beato from the 60-day disabled list. To make room for Jason Bay on the roster, the Mets have placed pitcher Chris Young on paternity leave. Meanwhile, the Mets designated Josh Satin for assignment to clear a spot for Pedro Beato. So […]

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Could Kirk Nieuwenhuis Be The Odd Man Out?

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Could Kirk Nieuwenhuis Be The Odd Man Out?

When Kirk Nieuwenhuis was called up on April 7th, I’m sure a lot of people weren’t expecting Captain Kirk to have an major impact on the team going forward into the season.  Guess what? He has. Luckily, he has done all that and more for the Amazin’s. Not only has Nieuwenhuis provided the Mets with some key hits offensively, […]

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Jon Stewart Experiences Mets No-Hitter Nirvana

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Jon Stewart Experiences Mets No-Hitter Nirvana

If you haven’t seen comedian Jon Stewart’s reaction to Johan Santana’s no-hitter, I think you’re going to love this video… The Daily Show with Jon Stewart Stewart is a life-long suffering Mets fan just like many of us and he does an outstanding job of sharing his reaction which I’m sure was very similar to […]

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Mets Farm Report: Bisons Annihilated In 21-3 Drubbing, St. Lucie Wins In Walk-off

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Mets Farm Report: Bisons Annihilated In 21-3 Drubbing,  St. Lucie Wins In Walk-off

Columbus 21, Buffalo 3 By Andrew O’Brien The Columbus Clipper scored 17 runs through the first four innings Tuesday night en route to a 21-3 drubbing of the Buffalo Bisons. Dylan Owen (3-3) started the game for Buffalo. In three innings of work, Owen allowed 11 hits, 13 runs (all earned), walked five and struck […]

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Enough Is Enough: Ike’s Gotta Go

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Enough Is Enough: Ike’s Gotta Go

About two weeks ago, I questioned if hype got the best of us with regards to Ike Davis. Today, I was hoping I’d write about how he has snapped out of it. The truth is, it’s time to go Ike. This is not about last night. I don’t think last night was a pack it […]

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Funny Story From The Game Monday…

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Funny Story From The Game Monday…

Thought I would share with you all a funny tidbit from Monday’s series finale against the Cardinals that I was in attendance for. So me and four of my friends piled into a car and headed out to Citi Field on a rainy Monday morning. We had been trying to plan a day to all […]

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Wild Game, Bullpen Blows It In 7-6 Loss In Extras To Nationals

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Wild Game, Bullpen Blows It In 7-6 Loss In Extras To Nationals

Chris Young looked good in his first start since May of 2011, but a comedy of errors lead to a thrilling game that was decided in the twelfth in the Mets 7-6 loss. Game Recap Chris Young coming back to the Mets in his first start in over a year pitched admirably, going five innings while giving […]

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Mets 2012 MLB Draft Review

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Mets 2012 MLB Draft Review

Here’s a round-up of the Mets selections of the 2012 First Year Player Draft which continues today and into tomorrow. I am including comment from MLB Draft Guru Jonathan Mayo or some other dignitary, for the first five rounds and also including their Baseball America rank in the Top 500 Draft Prospects. Round 1 (#12) […]

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Rauch Out With Elbow Soreness, Ramon Ramirez Placed On DL, Jack Egbert Cut

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Rauch Out With Elbow Soreness, Ramon Ramirez Placed On DL, Jack Egbert Cut

The Mets have placed Ramon Ramirez on the 15-day disabled list with a strained hamstring. Miguel Batista has been activated from the disabled list, and will take Ramirez’s place on the active roster. Ramirez was the key player in the deal that sent Angel Pagan to San Francisco and was part of the revamped bullpen the Mets focused […]

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Binghamton Buzz: Wheeler (#1) and McHugh (#3) Among League Leaders In Strikeouts

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Binghamton Buzz: Wheeler (#1) and McHugh (#3) Among League Leaders In Strikeouts

Ramblings From Henry and Fayette Streets The Week That Was: May 28th – June 3rd As May came to a close, and June opened up, the B-Mets found themselves in exactly the same spot in the standings as they have been most of the season, that being fourth place looking up at the Rock Cats, […]

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