Mets Sign OF Dustin Martin to Minor League Deal

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Mets Sign OF Dustin Martin to Minor League Deal

Mets Sign OF Dustin Martin The New York Mets today announced that they have signed OF DUSTIN MARTIN to a minor league contract. Martin has been activated to the Buffalo Bisons roster and will join the team in Lehigh Valley for tonight’s game against the IronPigs. Martin went to 2012 major league spring training with […]

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Reyes Returns To Citi: Game Notes, Game Preview, Starting Lineup

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Reyes Returns To Citi: Game Notes, Game Preview, Starting Lineup

Starting Lineup Kirk Nieuwenhuis – CF Ruben Tejada – SS Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Lucas Duda – RF Ike Davis – 1B Mike Baxter – LF Josh Thole – C Johan Santana – LHP Mets Notes RISP: The Mets were 3-15 with runners in scoring position during yesterday’s doubleheader. On the […]

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Breaking News: Jason Bay Placed On DL, Mets Call Up Zach Lutz

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Breaking News: Jason Bay Placed On DL, Mets Call Up Zach Lutz

The New York Mets today announced the team placed outfielder Jason Bay on the 15-Day Disabled List with a nondisplaced fracture of a rib on the left side and recalled infielder Zach Lutz from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League.  Bay, 33, is hitting .240 (12-50) with three home runs and five RBI in 15 […]

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Hudgens Said What??

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Hudgens Said What??

“You always like to have speed, but it’s just a matter of, we need to get on base at a high rate,” Mets hitting coach Dave Hudgens said. “We get on base at a high rate, we’ve got good offensive players, we’ll score runs.” Excuse me Dave for interjecting here, but the Mets were second […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: The San Francisco Treat Edition

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3 Up & 3 Down: The San Francisco Treat Edition

The Mets just wound up a four game weekend wrap-around series with the San Francisco Giants, winning only one of the four games. Sunday’s edition of Rain Out Theater, prompted a double-header on Monday night, with the Giants sweeping both games from the Mets. One would think with 36 plus innings of baseball played between […]

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How Will You Remember Jose Reyes?

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How Will You Remember Jose Reyes?

We all glanced at the schedules when they came out to see when Jose Reyes would return to New York with the Marlins. David Wright says he misses his friend, but he remembers the dynamic Reyes from a different perspective than we do. I’ll always remember Reyes as a dynamic player with an electric smile, […]

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2012 Draft: Could Stryker Trahan Be A Future Met?

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2012 Draft: Could Stryker Trahan Be A Future Met?

The June MLB First Year Player Draft is rapidly approaching. The Mets brain trust will be tasked with filling the organization with more quality talent. According to ESPNNewYork’s Adam Rubin the Mets own 4 pick’s in the top 75 (12,35,71,75). In the coming months many people will speculate who the Mets are targeting at #12. While consensus […]

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David Wright Shows Leadership

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David Wright Shows Leadership

David Wright has always been the unofficial captain of the Mets. Once they extend his contract – which they should – it would be a good idea to make it official. That’s because just about everything he does shows leadership. Take last night for example. It was cold and damp. A good night not to […]

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4/23 Farm Report: Andres Torres Has Big Day, Ignites 10-6 St. Lucie Win!

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4/23 Farm Report: Andres Torres Has Big Day, Ignites 10-6 St. Lucie Win!

Buffalo 5 – Lehigh Valley 1 By Joe DeCaro Dylan Owen got the start and kept the Iron Pigs in check allowing just one run on three hits in 4.1 innings of work. Owen retired the first nine batters he faced, issued no walks and struck out two. He helped his own cause with a […]

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I Like Ike, But This Is Ridiculous

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I Like Ike, But This Is Ridiculous

Geez, What the heck is up with Ike Davis? Spare me the “It’s only April diatribes”  I’m not in the mood for cliches and simplistic excuses this morning. Ike Davis stranded the bases loaded three times in Monday’s doubleheader sweep by the Giants, although the first baseman cautiously noted that the final instance — a called […]

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