Tag: David Wright

Daniel Murphy Belongs At Second Base, Not Valdespin

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
Daniel Murphy Belongs At Second Base, Not Valdespin

Two years ago, never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be typing the first six words of this post, but it’s true. Daniel Murphy has proven himself as a formidable second baseman in 2013, and jerking him around the diamond is not going to do him or the Mets any favors. The […]

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Pair Of Errors Lead To Seven Unearned Runs In Mets 9-2 Loss To Cards

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Pair Of Errors Lead To Seven Unearned Runs In Mets 9-2 Loss To Cards

Jeremy Hefner started the game and while he was charged with six runs, only one of them were earned. He let up eight hits and walked two in 7.0 innings pitched  while striking out two. One of the hits was a three-run blast by Allen Craig in the fifth. Greg Burke allowed two unearned runs in […]

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David Wright Named NL Captain For Home Run Derby

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David Wright Named NL Captain For Home Run Derby

A New York player will captain both Home Run Derby teams during this year’s All-Star week. David Wright will captain the National League while Robinson Cano will look to lead the American League to it’s fourth-straight title. Wright, who hasn’t participated in the Derby since 2006, will select three additional players from the National League […]

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Who’s Batting Third? It Should Be Daniel Murphy.

An article by posted on June 11, 2013 0 Comments
Who’s Batting Third? It Should Be Daniel Murphy.

Lineup design tends to follow a classic formula:  the leadoff hitter gets on base, the number two guy gets him over, the number three or four guy knocks him in. It’s that simple. Or it would be in an ideal baseball world. The Met lineup has generally been anything but ideal this season as their […]

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3 Up & 3 Down: The Sky Is Falling Edition

An article by posted on June 11, 2013 0 Comments
3 Up & 3 Down: The Sky Is Falling Edition

I think all of us knew the 2013 Mets were not a playoff caliber baseball team. However I was also of the belief that although the Mets were not postseason ready, they would at least be competitive. Boy was I wrong. Here we are a week before Father’s Day, and we find the Mets in […]

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The Worst Baseball On The Planet

An article by posted on June 10, 2013 0 Comments
The Worst Baseball On The Planet

Bill Madden of the Daily News with the sobering reality most Met fans probably don’t want to hear: There were 21,747 gluttons for punishment at Citi Field Sunday for the conclusion of another Mets-Marlins series, which now qualify for the worst baseball on the planet. Not satisfied with having tortured their fans for 20 innings […]

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Terry Collins, Sandy Alderson And Getting Our Priorities In Order

An article by posted on June 10, 2013 0 Comments
Terry Collins, Sandy Alderson And Getting Our Priorities In Order

Even though the beginning of the season started with low expectations, there is still a little bit of hope. Maybe we can be that team. Maybe we can do the unthinkable. Well, after last night’s debacle and the recent stretch in general, I would say that hope is on life support and if nothing improves before the […]

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Wright Losing More Ground To Sandoval In All Star Voting

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Wright Losing More Ground To Sandoval In All Star Voting

PLEASE DON’T LET THIS GUY BEAT DAVID WRIGHT… The second National League All-Star update has been released and six-time All-Star David Wright is losing even more ground to Pablo Sandoval of the San Francisco Giants for starting third baseman. With 1,473,381 votes, Wright now trails Sandoval by over 200,000 votes almost doubling the gap from […]

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Unwatchable Mets Get Gutted By Marlins In Embarrassing 8-4 Loss

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Unwatchable Mets Get Gutted By Marlins In Embarrassing 8-4 Loss

After scoring four times in the top of the tenth, the Miami Marlins beat the New York Mets by the score of 8-4 in another embarrassing loss at Citi Field. It’s the second weekend in a row that the Mets were swept by the Marlins which begs the question; which of the two teams is […]

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Harvey Will Make His Scheduled Start On Thursday

An article by posted on June 9, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Will Make His Scheduled Start On Thursday

Terry Collins just told reporters that Matt Harvey will make his next scheduled start on Thursday against the Cardinals. Go ahead and plan accordingly for Harvey Day… In the eighth inning of last night’s 20-inning 2-1 loss to the Marlins, Harvey was removed from his start with tightness in his lower back. He was cruising before being […]

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