Sandy Alderson Can’t “Duquette” Out For Help This Year

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Sandy Alderson Can’t “Duquette” Out For Help This Year

Eight years ago, the Mets came out of the All-Star Break with a win against the Philadelphia Phillies in extra innings.  Although they were only two games above .500 at the time, the Mets were in the thick of a tight four-team race in the National League East, with one game separating the Braves (46-42), […]

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Changes Are Coming For The Mets, But Will It Be Too Little, Too Late?

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Changes Are Coming For The Mets, But Will It Be Too Little, Too Late?

As we posted here yesterday, the Mets will be sending an entourage to Buffalo and all eyes will be on right-handed starter Matt Harvey who could be auditioning for a chance to make his Major League debut next Saturday.against the Dodgers. If Harvey were to convince the Mets that he is up for the challenge, […]

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Santana Takes On The Braves As Mets Try To Avoid Sweep

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Santana Takes On The Braves As Mets Try To Avoid Sweep

Starting Lineup Ruben Tejada – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Ike Davis – 1B Scott Hairston – LF Kirk Nieuwenhuis – RF Andres Torres – CF Josh Thole – C Johan Santana – LHP The Mets will try to salvage the final game of the series today in Atlanta as Johan […]

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Mets Farm Report: Wheeler Tosses Complete-Game Shutout, Cuan, Mateo and Schwinden All Solid

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Mets Farm Report: Wheeler Tosses Complete-Game Shutout, Cuan, Mateo and Schwinden All Solid

Buffalo 8, Pawtucket 2 By Connor O’Brien The Bisons, backed by another great night on offense, defeated Pawtucket last night by a score of 8-2, their seventh win in a row. Chris Schwinden got the ball for the Bisons in his first start since returning to Buffalo a little more than a week ago, looking to […]

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Could Liriano Be A Solution?

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Could Liriano Be A Solution?

A few months back when the Mets looked like they could compete this season, I began to think of where they could address the inevitable problems in the rotation. Aside from the fantasy of making a move for a pitcher like Cole Hamels, I began to think that the Twins Francisco Liriano would make sense […]

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Bullpen Blows Another Late Lead As Braves Stun Mets 8-7

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Bullpen Blows Another Late Lead As Braves Stun Mets 8-7

The Mets drop a close game to the Braves, 8-7. Summary I hate when we lose games like this. It always feels so tough to stomach. Time to get right into it. RA Dickey started this one, his first start after being snubbed for the AS game start he deserved, and looked a little rusty. […]

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Worried Harvey Is Being Rushed? Collins Says Wheeler Could Be Coming Too…

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Worried Harvey Is Being Rushed? Collins Says Wheeler Could Be Coming Too…

If you had any concerns about the Mets possibly rushing Matt Harvey to the majors too soon, then you might want to sit down for this one… According to Brian Costa of the Wall Street Journal, Terry Collins told reporters this afternoon that Zack Wheeler is not out of the mix for a promotion to the majors this […]

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D-Day For Harvey: Prospect To Audition For Mets Officials In Buffalo On Monday

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D-Day For Harvey: Prospect To Audition For Mets Officials In Buffalo On Monday

This afternoon in Atlanta, Terry Collins spoke with reporters about the future of the rotation and what it means for Mets prized prospect Matt Harvey. The Mets manager said that in all likelihood, Harvey or Miguel Batista will start next Saturday’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Citi Field. Harvey will be pitching on Monday for […]

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Alderson Still Waiting For Bay To Perform Like 22nd Highest Paid Player In Game

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Alderson Still Waiting For Bay To Perform Like 22nd Highest Paid Player In Game

In Doug’s Dugout today, we broach the second half, Tony LaRussa, and other observations. As the Mets embark on the second half sprint towards the post-season (who would’ve predicted that?) the benchmark is Ten. That is, ten games above .500. If the team can improve their 6 games above .500 mark, and make another strong […]

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R.A. Dickey: No Respect…No Respect At All

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R.A. Dickey: No Respect…No Respect At All

That phrase was made famous by comedian Rodney Dangerfield.  These days, it could be used in reference to R.A. Dickey, and knuckleballers in general.  It couldn’t have been more evident in what we saw take place during this week’s All-Star game. Dickey was one of the few feel good stories we’ve seen in baseball this […]

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