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Mets Minors: Montero Fires Seven Scoreless Innings

An article by posted on June 1, 2013 0 Comments

There aren’t many pitchers that pitch seven innings of scoreless baseball, and you can say that wasn’t the most dominating performance we’ve seen this year from that guy. Rafael Montero is one of those guys. Montero’s four strikeouts was his lowest total of the year thus far, but the guy completely shut down New Hampshire tonight, […]

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Series Preview: Miami Marlins

An article by posted on May 31, 2013 0 Comments
Series Preview: Miami Marlins

Series Preview: Mets at Marlins Tonight, the suddenly-streaking Mets begin a three-game series with the lowly Marlins down in Miami. While it appeared early on that the Mets and Marlins would be “battling” for last place in the NL East, the gap between the two teams has widened considerably. The Marlins are by far, the […]

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Ike Davis is Basically Playing for his Job Now

An article by posted on May 30, 2013 0 Comments
Ike Davis is Basically Playing for his Job Now

There have been enough posts trying to figure out what is up with Ike Davis.  Right now, as stated by Mike Francesa today on WFAN, Ike is basically playing for his job. So doomsday for Ike looms, and he plays with the thought that the next time he strikes out or the next hitless game […]

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Citi Field All-Star Game Poised To Be Highest Priced In Four Years

An article by posted on May 30, 2013 0 Comments
Citi Field All-Star Game Poised To Be Highest Priced In Four Years

The Mets may have some trouble selling tickets for their own regular season games at Citi Field, but New Yorkers and baseball fans around the country sure are excited for a little midsummer exhibition at the new ballpark. According to TiqIQ, the average ticket price for this year’s All-Star Game at Citi Field currently checks […]

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Mets Beat Yanks In Wild 2-1 Walkoff Win

An article by posted on May 29, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Beat Yanks In Wild 2-1 Walkoff Win

Wow, what a game… What a rollercoaster of emotions… I don’t even know where to start… The Mets just beat the Yankees 2-1 with a walk-off win in the bottom of the ninth off Mariano Rivera who gave up three straight hits without recording an out. It was the first time Rivera has blown a […]

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Braves vs Mets: Marcum Still Looking For First Win, Davis Batting Seventh

An article by posted on May 26, 2013 0 Comments
Braves vs Mets: Marcum Still Looking For First Win, Davis Batting Seventh

Starting Lineup Daniel Murphy – 2B Rick Ankiel – CF David Wright – 3B Lucas Duda – LF John Buck – C Marlon Byrd – RF Ike Davis – 1B Ruben Tejada – SS Shaun Marcum – RHP Game Notes The Mets have lost eight straight games at Citi Field. With 12 losses in their […]

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Shorter Subway Series Reduces The Spotlight On Woeful Mets Season

An article by posted on May 26, 2013 0 Comments
Shorter Subway Series Reduces The Spotlight On Woeful Mets Season

Mike Kerwick of The Record, says it’s probably a good thing for the Mets that the Subway Series has been shortened from six games to four this season because it “brings glare” to how bad they are. This season has become a dark hour for Mets fans – darker, if possible, than any of the past four […]

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Jose Reyes Is Running Again And Making A Rapid Recovery

An article by posted on May 25, 2013 0 Comments
Jose Reyes Is Running Again And Making A Rapid Recovery

Former Mets shortstop Jose Reyes continues to make a rapid recovery from the severely sprained left ankle he suffered on April 12. Reyes started running for the first time on Friday, and he continues to push the envelope in his recovery process, according to Team officials. “It was a little bit scary for me,” Reyes […]

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It’s Not The Approach That’s The Mets’ Problem, It’s The Execution

An article by posted on May 24, 2013 0 Comments
It’s Not The Approach That’s The Mets’ Problem, It’s The Execution

Early in the spring we did a post mortem of the 2012 Met 2nd half in an attempt to discover the ugly specifics of last year’s second half swoon. What we found was interesting in that the culprit was not the offensive approach per se, but rather the downward spiral was precipitated by some hideous […]

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From Left Field: Big Innings Have Been A Killer

An article by posted on May 23, 2013 0 Comments
From Left Field: Big Innings Have Been A Killer

Nothing seems to be going right for the Mets. The team is 10 games under .500, the first baseman is batting .147 and virtually no one is showing up to Citi Field. It seems that every time the Mets fall behind, the game is over. Sure, the team has had a few exciting late-game wins, […]

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