Tag: Chris Capuano

K-Blah’d, Mets Lose 6-4

An article by posted on 27/05/2011 0 Comments

The Mets as a team pitched well, but the bullpen wound up being the culprit of loss again today, and the Mets lost the opening game in the series, 6-4 to the Phillies Game Notes Chris Capuano, coming off a disastrous outing in the Bronx, went six effective innings, allowing two runs on four hits with […]

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Justin Turner Overdrive, Mets Ground Astros 7-4

An article by posted on 16/05/2011 0 Comments
Justin Turner Overdrive, Mets Ground Astros 7-4

Chris Capuano grinded through five innings, and Justin Turner had a huge day with five RBI and the Mets won the last game, and the series against the Astros 7-4. Game Notes Chris Capuano went out today and pitched a great game, but getting himself into trouble as most Mets starters have been doing this […]

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Not So Amazins’ Get Swept By Rockies; All Alone In Last Place

An article by posted on 15/04/2011 0 Comments

The Mets, backed by overall sloppy play on both the pitching side of the ball, and the defensive side and lost both games in today’s back-to-back double header. Game 1 – Rockies Win 6-5 R.A. Dickey started today, and didn’t have a very good outing today, allowing five runs on eight hits, walking four and […]

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Quick Reaction: Ralph Kiner Only Met Who Could Throw A Strike

An article by posted on 08/04/2011 0 Comments

I’m sure one of my esteemed co-bloggers will have a recap up later, and I know a couple of them were at the game, but I had to jump in and express my utter disappointment in today’s home opening  6-2 loss to the Nationals. Hey, you can’t win them all, but this game was just a […]

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Hasta La Vista, Baby!

An article by posted on 21/03/2011 0 Comments

As if going into a new season without Jeff Francoeur clogging up the lineup wasn’t improvement enough, Mets fans all over the world are absolutely rejoicing today as we bid farewell to Oliver Perez and Luis Castillo too. This is what addition by subtraction is all about! Usually we’d wish former players the best of luck, […]

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I’m Sold on Chris Capuano

An article by posted on 20/03/2011 0 Comments

During the offseason, Chris Capuano signed a contract with the Mets with the hope he could bounce back from injuries and give the team some quality starts at the back of the rotation. The Mets saw it as a high risk, high reward kind of contract.  So far, it’s showing some early promise and there’s a […]

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The Battle For the Back End of the Rotation

An article by posted on 24/02/2011 0 Comments

Last week I wrote a piece on the position battle currently going on at second base. This week I will take a look at the back end of the Mets rotation. The Mets have four players who will be in the running for two spots. The Contenders: Chris Capuano- 4-4, 3.95 ERA, 1.30 WHIP, 2.57 […]

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Will Chris Capuano Win A Spot In The Rotation?

An article by posted on 13/02/2011 0 Comments

Yesterday in my Key Players post, I included Chris Capuano as one of the players to watch this Spring because its going to be interesting to see whether or not he will win a spot on the rotation or be part of the bullpen.  I asked MetsBlog’s Michael Baron this particular, but yet intriguing question about Chris Capuano […]

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Key Players To Watch in Spring Training

An article by posted on 12/02/2011 0 Comments

I cannot believe its finally here!  I have been sitting at home bored out of my mind all winter long without any baseball going on.  But, we are finally going to be getting some added excitement in the days ahead, as spring training has finally arrived.  In 3 days, pitchers and catchers are to report to […]

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Spring Is In The Air!

An article by posted on 05/02/2011 0 Comments

Look at that bright sunshine! That’s newly acquired pitcher Chris Capuano, along with minor leaguers Nick Evans and Mike Nickeas taking a photo today with one of many lucky kids at Port St. Lucie. The three of them visited a local little league team, the Sand Gnats, and spread some cheer to dozens of kids. It […]

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