Tag: David Wright

Who Is The Mets First Half Hero?

An article by posted on July 9, 2012 0 Comments
Who Is The Mets First Half Hero?

The Mets enter the All Star break today in a position few, if any, fans envisioned.  With forty-six wins under their belt, the Mets reside in third place in the NL East and just out of the final wild card spot.  How did this happen you ask?  Well here are a few of your favorites […]

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Papel-Bombed: Reactions To Last Night’s Improbable Comeback!

An article by posted on July 6, 2012 0 Comments
Papel-Bombed: Reactions To Last Night’s Improbable Comeback!

Wow, still on a big-high from last night. I woke up happy and ready to take on the day this morning. The hell with breakfast, I’m brimming with plenty of energy. We’ve always called the Mets-Phillies match-ups a big rivalry, but let’s face it, it’s tough to call the last five years anything more than a […]

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Bullpen’s A Dud, Mets Lose 9-2 To Phillies

An article by posted on July 4, 2012 0 Comments
Bullpen’s A Dud, Mets Lose 9-2 To Phillies

Chris Young had a good outing but ran out of steam in the seventh, and the bullpen faltered in the 9-2 loss against the Phillies Game Recap Chris Young went to the mound and has kept with the theme of quality outings, going seven innings allowing  three runs on five hits while striking out three […]

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Offensive Explosion, Mets Beat Cubs 17-1

An article by posted on June 27, 2012 0 Comments
Offensive Explosion, Mets Beat Cubs 17-1

Daniel Murphy hit two home runs, Scott Hairston hit a grand slam and the Mets offense had a banner day in their 17-1 win against the Cubs Game Recap Jonathon Niese had a great outing, allowing one run on eight hits while walking one and striking out six in seven innings. Niese consistently drew weak […]

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Mets Go Streaking..Again

An article by posted on June 26, 2012 0 Comments
Mets Go Streaking..Again

June was set to be a real test for this team.  More than 20 games against teams which boast better than .500 records stood in the Mets path a few short weeks ago and ultimately, they’ve navigated the month well, but that’s not to say the month of June hasn’t been frustrating. Win three..lose three..win […]

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Our Amazin’ Mets, The Comeback Kids!

An article by posted on June 21, 2012 0 Comments
Our Amazin’ Mets, The Comeback Kids!

After a sweep of the Tampa Bay Rays, the Mets laid an egg in a home series against the Red, dropping all three games. The Mets needed a bounce back series against Baltimore, who has been terrific the first few months of the season. They did just that only alowing two runs in the three games and […]

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What Is Wrong With The Mets?

An article by posted on June 18, 2012 0 Comments

Coming off of a sweep at the hands of the NL Central leading Cincinnati Reds, the Mets should probably consider themselves lucky.  Why you ask?  Well, just as the Mets had done when sweeping the Tampa Bay Rays only a few days earlier, their crosstown rival Yankees did the Mets a favor in their sweep […]

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Wild Game, Bullpen Blows It In 7-6 Loss In Extras To Nationals

An article by posted on June 5, 2012 0 Comments
Wild Game, Bullpen Blows It In 7-6 Loss In Extras To Nationals

Chris Young looked good in his first start since May of 2011, but a comedy of errors lead to a thrilling game that was decided in the twelfth in the Mets 7-6 loss. Game Recap Chris Young coming back to the Mets in his first start in over a year pitched admirably, going five innings while giving […]

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Bullpen Wastes A Solid Effort From Gee In 10-6 Loss To Phillies

An article by posted on May 31, 2012 0 Comments
Bullpen Wastes A Solid Effort From Gee In 10-6 Loss To Phillies

Dillon Gee went pitch for pitch with Cliff Lee, but the bullpen imploded as the Mets lost 10-6. Game Recaps  Dillon Gee had a good outing on the day, scattering six hits while giving up two runs, walking one and striking out five. Gee had good control on the day, and the only two hits […]

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The Upside Of Downside…

An article by posted on May 28, 2012 0 Comments
The Upside Of Downside…

The 2012 New York Mets season has already seen its share of injuries, tough luck losses  and just outright poor, frustrating play. However, the positives in defeat, losses and watching players fail is you can determine what are your weaknesses as a team, and how can it be improved. So far, some hitting flaws have […]

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