Tag: David Wright

Lack Of Wright’s All Star Game Support Is Not On The Fans, It’s On The Mets…

An article by posted on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
Lack Of Wright’s All Star Game Support Is Not On The Fans, It’s On The Mets…

David Wright spoke out about the overzealous campaign by the Mets to get him voted to the All Star Game. “It’s nice when the organization is trying so hard to do something for one of their players and I can’t thank them enough for that,” Wright said. “But at the same time, I’ve asked them […]

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A Molina Home Run Followed By Two Collapses: AKA The Good Ol’ Days

An article by posted on June 14, 2013 0 Comments
A Molina Home Run Followed By Two Collapses: AKA The Good Ol’ Days

In four decades of rooting for the Mets my most painful memory, without a doubt, was when Yadier Molina deposited an Aaron Heilman pitch over the wall in Game 7 of the 2006 NLCS. I literally could not believe what I saw. Seeing is believing—but not in this case. 2006, like 1986, was OUR year. The […]

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Cardinals vs Mets: Harvey and Wainwright Duel In The Rain?

An article by posted on June 13, 2013 0 Comments
Cardinals vs Mets: Harvey and Wainwright Duel In The Rain?

St. Louis Cardinals vs New York Mets RHP Adam Wainwright vs RHP Matt Harvey Starting Lineup Jordany Valdespin – 2B Omar Quintanilla – SS David Wright – 3B Daniel Murphy – 1B Lucas Duda – LF Marlon Byrd – RF John Buck – C Kirk Nieuwenhuis – CF Matt Harvey – RHP Game Notes The […]

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Gee Brilliant, Mets Bats Power 5-1 Win Over The Cards

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
Gee Brilliant, Mets Bats Power 5-1 Win Over The Cards

Dillon Gee was dominant for the Mets as they beat the St. Louis Cardinals by the score of 5-1 tonight at Citi Field to even the series at one game apiece. It was the third consecutive solid outing for Gee who is 3-0 with a 1.29 ERA in that span. The righthander held one of […]

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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

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
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

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments
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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