Injured Players “Frustrated” Early On

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Injured Players “Frustrated” Early On

Over at the Star Ledger, Andy McCullough has updates on a few of the injury plagued Mets. He kicks things of with the tidbit that Lucas Duda, who was injured his back working out, is “frustrated” with his swing right now. Duda is expected to take part in the Mets game versus Washington today. McCullough also […]

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Matt Harvey Rebounds With Impressive Outing Against Braves

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Matt Harvey Rebounds With Impressive Outing Against Braves

Mets’ top prospect Matt Harvey may have suffered from a case of the jitters during his first spring start against the Nationals, but he was anything but jittery today against the Atlanta Braves. This of course isn’t going to change the fact that that he’ll be starting the season in the minors and was told […]

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FanGraphs Ranks Mets Minor League System No. 16

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FanGraphs Ranks Mets Minor League System No. 16

Marc Hulet of the very esteemed baseball site FanGraphs, ranked all 30 of MLB’s Minor League Systems and placed the New York Mets at a much improved No. 16. 16. New York Mets Top 2011 Draft Pick: Brandon Nimmo, OF Top 2012 Prospect: Zack Wheeler, RHP Org Strengths: Pitching Org Weaknesses: Catching, power-hitting prospects Top Scout(s): Ismael Cruz, responsible […]

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New Mets Closer Has A Few Troubling Trends Worth Noting

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New Mets Closer Has A Few Troubling Trends Worth Noting

Columnist John Harper of the Daily News hits on one of the main concerns about the Mets new closer Frank Francisco who does not hold runners on well. Terry Collins is well aware of the problem and says it’s “because they know Frankie doesn’t throw over.” “It’s something we’re working on,” Collins said. Obviously this is a huge concern, especially […]

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Lucas Duda Out With Back Stiffness, Joins Growing List Of Ailing Mets

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Lucas Duda Out With Back Stiffness, Joins Growing List Of Ailing Mets

Lucas Duda will not be making the trip to Lake Buena Vista where the Mets will take on the Braves later this afternoon. According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, Duda is suffering from back stiffness, and may miss a few games. The list of Mets that are ailing this spring continues to grow. Other players currently […]

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Pelfrey Pitched… Yikes!

An article by posted on 08/03/2012 0 Comments
Pelfrey Pitched… Yikes!

Mike Pelfrey, armed with his new attitude, improved sinker and all his bravado, got his first start of the spring today against those pesky Miami Marlins. Here’s his pitching line… 2.2 IP, 6 H, 4 ER, 2 BB, 1 HR, 0 K Don’t worry, it’s only March, but damn if it doesn’t feel like the […]

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Santana Just Keeps Chugging Along

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Santana Just Keeps Chugging Along

You can believe what you want about whether or not Johan Santana will make a triumphant return to the mound on Opening Day for the Mets, and you can hang on to your doubts that he’ll ever be what he once was. But Santana is tuning you out. He’s locked into his own plan and […]

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Santana Takes Next Step, Pelfrey Gets Rocked

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Santana Takes Next Step, Pelfrey Gets Rocked

The Mets received good and bad reviews from two pitchers who might have the highest expectations this season in Johan Santana and Mike Pelfrey. Santana, recovering from shoulder surgery, threw in the bullpen today without discomfort and pronounced himself ready for his next start Sunday, when he’s scheduled to throw three innings against the Marlins. […]

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Beato Has Right Rotator Cuff Inflammation

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Beato Has Right Rotator Cuff Inflammation

An MRI this morning revealed that reliever Pedro Beato has right rotator cuff inflammation, but no structural damage in his right shoulder. A team spokesman said that he will begin light throwing as early as Friday. This is good news of course and a couple of days of rest should do the trick. Beato was removed from […]

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From Left Field: Marlins Home Run Celebration Is Very Distracting

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From Left Field: Marlins Home Run Celebration Is Very Distracting

There’s been a lot of talk about the Miami Marlins all offseason, so I’ll keep the trend going. Let me start off by saying, I downright love the “Home Run Apple.” Whether it’s the old one outside Citi Field or the new one inside the stadium, the Home Run Apple is a Mets and baseball […]

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