Brian Schneider Not Even Close To Returning

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Gary Cohen just gave an update on Brian Schneider during the WB11 Mets broadcast. He said, “Brian Schneider isn’t even close to a return and in fact he hasn’t even done any running”. Schneider, was placed on the disabled list with a strained back on April 17, and was eligible to return on May 2nd. […]

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5/10 Minor League Report! DUDA, BOWMAN!

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Buffalo 1, Norfolk 3 Another game, another woeful offensive showing from the Bisons. This time, they managed just a run on 4 hits and 3 walks, going 1 for 11 with RISP and leaving 5 on base. Cory Sullivan (1 for 3, BB, K, .208), Argenis Reyes (white hot Argenis Reyes, 2 for 3, run, […]

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I Think Reyes Has Turned A Corner… Really!

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Gary Cohen has embedded it into our brains… As Jose Reyes goes, so do the Mets. Lets face it, Reyes hasn’t exactly lit it up with his bat or on the bases this season. But, if you take a closer look you’ll find that his current .336 on-base percentage, matches his career total exactly. So, while […]

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Mets Maul The Pirates In 10-1 Blowout

An article by posted on May 9, 2009 0 Comments

Game Summary The Mets finally got the idea and decided that the best way to play Citi Field was to stop swinging for the fences and start driving the ball toall fields. The results were astonishing as the launched a 17 hit attack and beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 10-1. Johan Maine started and continues to show […]

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5/9 Minor League Report! BOWMAN, PELLOT, DOYLE, Ratliff!

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Buffalo 1, Norfolk 5 Kyle Snyder got tagged with the loss, giving up just an UER over 4 innings (thanks to a Jose Coronado error). Carlos Muniz continues to be very subpar in relief for the Bisons, he’s now given up 7 earned runs in his last 3 innings, and has a 7.62 era on […]

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Stephen Strasburg Hurls 17 Strikeout, No Hitter!

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Stephen Strasburg continues his phenomenal season seemingly outdoing himself every time he takes the mound. The latest feather in his cap? How about a no-hitter with 17  strikeouts! While facing a pretty solid Air Force lineup, Strasburg hurled first no-hitter of his career on Friday night as the Aztecs won 5-0 in front of a packed stadium. Strasburg allowed […]

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Jerry Manuel Suspended – What A Joke!

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Mets manager Jerry Manuel was suspended one game and fined an undisclosed amount for “his aggressive arguing and inappropriate contact” with umpire Bill Welke during Thursday’s game against the Phillies. Manuel will serve his suspension Saturday afternoon against the Pirates. Bench coach Sandy Alomar, will manage today’s game. The worst part of this is that […]

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Calling All Cars, Be On The Lookout For Brian Stokes

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Brian Stokes has been missing since April 28th and none seems to know why he hasn’t been seen in a game since then. When last seen, Stokes was wearing his home uniform and had tossed 1.2 scoreless innings against the Marlins. He can easily be identified by his 0.00 ERA. Stokes is known to brandish a 98 […]

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Niese Impresses In Mets 7-3 Win Over The Bucs

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Game Summary Making his first start of the year for the Mets, Jonathon Niese exceeded everyones expectations and pitched a solid game against the Pirates, holding them to just two runs. The Mets rallied in the eight inning to break a 2-2 deadlock and beat the Bucs 7-3. It was the fifth straight win for the Mets […]

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Move Over Mariano, K-Rod Is The Best Now!

An article by posted on May 8, 2009 0 Comments

Today, Mike Francesa of WFAN has spent hours whining and bemoaning the fall of Yankees closer Mariano Rivera today. He is learning how to come to grips with the fact that Mariano Rivera has hit the wall and is no longer the most dominant closer in baseball. In 11.1 innings, Rivera has allowed 15 hits […]

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