Tag: Collin Cowgill

Time To End The Charade: Let The Kids Play

An article by posted on June 3, 2013 0 Comments
Time To End The Charade: Let The Kids Play

Following the Mets’ embarrassing 11-6 loss to the Marlins on Sunday to cap a sweep at the hands of the team widely branded the worst in the league, reporter Adam Rubin tweeted a sage assessment, to wit: “Mets brass should spend off-day contemplating whether they want to be a 100-loss team with prospects gaining experience […]

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Cowgill and Nieuwenhuis Continue to Struggle in Minors

An article by posted on May 25, 2013 0 Comments
Cowgill and Nieuwenhuis Continue to Struggle in Minors

It’s been mentioned a lot this season, but the big league outfield of the New York Mets has a lot to be desired. Heading into spring training last February, there was hope one of the unproven outfielders brought into camp would step up to the challenge. Collin Cowgill did just that; he hit .303/.378/.591 in 66 […]

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Sandy Disappointed With Some Of His Moves And The Team’s Performance

An article by posted on May 22, 2013 0 Comments
Sandy Disappointed With Some Of His Moves And The Team’s Performance

During the third inning of Tuesday night’s Mets broadcast, general manager Sandy Alderson joined Gary Cohen and Ron Darling in the booth. Alderson is disappointed with the team’s performance this season, particularly with some of the players he acquired for this transition year who did not perform to his expectation. He no doubt was referring […]

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Featured Post: Keep Daniel Murphy In The Leadoff Spot

An article by posted on May 21, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: Keep Daniel Murphy In The Leadoff Spot

It doesn’t matter that Daniel Murphy hit the game-winning homer Sunday afternoon, or that he’s the Mets’ hottest hitter, he should be in the leadoff spot going forward for the Mets. Because of Murphy’s high on-base percentage, batting him leadoff is something I have advocated, and I’m glad Terry Collins was thinking outside the box enough to make the […]

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Murphy Batting Leadoff, But For How Long?

An article by posted on May 19, 2013 0 Comments
Murphy Batting Leadoff, But For How Long?

Mets manager Terry Collins, has Daniel Murphy batting leadoff today against the Cubs. Murphy becomes the seventh player to be used in that spot by the Mets this season, joining Ruben Tejada, Jordany Valdespin, Mike Baxter, Collin Cowgill,Justin Turner and Kirk Nieuwenhuis. (ESPN) Here is what Collins had to say about it: “I’ll see how it goes. He’s swinging good. He’s swinging […]

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Mets Never Made Hairston Any Offer

An article by posted on May 17, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Never Made Hairston Any Offer

Adam Rubin of ESPN New York writes a column about how the Mets went about building their current outfield which started with a joke and ended with a joke in my opinion. Rubin spoke with Scott Hairston who dismissed rumors that the Mets had made him an offer, but understood the situation and respected Sandy […]

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Lutz, Flores Go Deep En Route To 6-5 Vegas Victory

An article by posted on May 10, 2013 0 Comments
Lutz, Flores Go Deep En Route To 6-5 Vegas Victory

Las Vegas 6, Round Rock 5 Zach Lutz and Wilmer Flores hit solo home runs Thursday for the Las Vegas 51s, helping them take down visiting Round Rock, 6-5. Lutz, who also homered Wednesday, started the scoring in the second inning with a home run to right-center field. The 51s scored two more runs in […]

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Collins Wasn’t Kidding; Turner Logs First Career Game In The Outfield

An article by posted on May 9, 2013 0 Comments
Collins Wasn’t Kidding; Turner Logs First Career Game In The Outfield

Terry Collins says a lot of things that will raise eyebrows whenever we go to these pre and post game press conferences. Many times he’ll say one thing on Monday and then do the exact opposite on Wednesday. Just to cite two recent examples remember when he proclaimed Collin Cowgill the everyday center fielder on […]

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Collin McHugh Dominates, Josh Satin Homers In Vegas WalkOff Win

An article by posted on May 8, 2013 0 Comments
Collin McHugh Dominates, Josh Satin Homers In Vegas WalkOff Win

Las Vegas 3, Round Rock 2 Collin McHugh took the mound tonight and pitched a heck of a game. He continued his tremendous start to the season tossing seven scoreless innings. The righty threw 90 pitches (59 strikes), allowed just five hits, struck out five, and left the game with a 1-0 lead. McHugh came […]

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Wheeler Getting Into Midseason Form As Las Vegas 51s Edge River Cats 6-2

An article by posted on May 6, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler Getting Into Midseason Form As Las Vegas 51s Edge River Cats 6-2

Las Vegas 6, Sacramento 2 Zack Wheeler took the hill yesterday afternoon against the River Cats and was firing on all cylinders as he made quick work of Sacramento, cruising to his second victory on the season. Wheeler took the mound looking to build off of his solid outing against the Reno Aces in which he struck out eight […]

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Mets Minors Report 5/4: Syndergaard Strong, Kirk’s Incredible Catch, Puello Is On Fire

An article by posted on May 4, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Minors Report 5/4: Syndergaard Strong, Kirk’s Incredible Catch, Puello Is On Fire

Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas was shut down by Sacramento, 3-0.  Binghamton got beat by Harrisburg, 3-1.  St. Lucie was also shut out in their loss to Fort Myers, 6-0.  Savannah had their game suspended till 5/30, and trailed 1-0 after three innings before the postponement.  Prospect Pipeline Well, it was a relatively quiet […]

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