Tag: David Wright

Tejada! Clutch! Mets Win 4-3

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments
Tejada! Clutch! Mets Win 4-3

Mike Pelfrey went seven and one third innings of quality baseball, and key offensive contributions from David Wright and clutch hitting from Ruben Tejada gave the Mets the win, 4-3 versus the Brewers. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey went seven and one third innings today, giving up three runs on five hits, walking four and striking […]

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In This Town, Winning Is Everything

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

In a post to CBS New York by Jason Keidel, David Wright is portrayed as solid player who never asked to be the team’s leader, and is frequently chastised by fans for not being one. He writes, What has Wright done so wrong? He doesn’t sign a $36 million contract and then loaf his way to the back of […]

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Trade You…We Might

An article by posted on September 28, 2010 0 Comments

It’s safe to say that while we all may be Mets fans to the core, there’s a part of us – our own dark sides if you will – that have had our collective fill of the 2010 New York Mets and want to see it all torn down, brick by brick, player by player, […]

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Niese Rocked, Mets Lose 7-5

An article by posted on September 23, 2010 0 Comments

Jonathon Niese was abused in the first inning and that set the tone for the Mets and left them playing from behind for the entirety of the game, losing the series to the Marlins, by losing tonight 7-5. Game Notes Jonathon Niese was horrible in the first inning, giving up five of the six runs […]

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David Wright’s Opposite Field Power

An article by posted on September 22, 2010 0 Comments

The three-run homer that Elmer Dessens gave up tonight in the eighth inning to Gaby Sanchez that wound up costing the Mets a loss didn’t really bother me tonight. The team is out of contention, and at this point, all I want to see is some solid, fundamental baseball as well as some clutch hitting […]

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When Will Wright Learn That Actions Speak Louder Than Words?

An article by posted on September 21, 2010 0 Comments

David Wright was a guest on WFAN this morning, and Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog.com captured this quote from Wright, “I think there needs to be changes.  There needs to be a new look, some new life.  If that involves the coaching staff, that’s up to Mr. Wilpon and the Front Office. I think the players […]

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Dessens Demolished, Mets Lose 5-2

An article by posted on September 21, 2010 0 Comments
Dessens Demolished, Mets Lose 5-2

Game Notes Mike Pelfrey was about as good as you can get today and had nothing to show for it. Pelf went seven innings, allowing one earned run and another unearned, giving up five hits, striking out four and walking zero. The gameplan was in place all game and he executed it, locating masterfully. Pedro […]

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Mets Get Swept By Braves After A 6-3 Loss

An article by posted on September 19, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets get swept by the Braves as they lose 6-3. Dickey got tagged for six runs and ten hits in six innings. The bullpen didn’t help much either as they gave up two runs. The offense didn’t do much either, other than David Wright’s 24th homerun of the season. Game Summary R.A. Dickey got […]

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Niese Crushed, Mets Lose 6-4

An article by posted on September 18, 2010 0 Comments
Niese Crushed, Mets Lose 6-4

After a good beginning, Jonathon Niese was lit up and the Mets couldn’t recover, losing the opening game of the series versus the Braves 6-4. Game Notes Jonathon Niese was strong until the fourth inning, which would prove to be his last – giving up six runs, with NONE of them being earned thanks to […]

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Roy Oswalt Four Hits The Mets In A 3-0 Loss.

An article by posted on September 12, 2010 0 Comments

Mets bats were kept to just four hits in the game as they fall 3-0 to the Phils and lose the series 2-1. Niese pitched seven innings giving up three runs and eight hits. Bullpen kept it together for the last two innings, but Roy Oswalt four hit the Mets in a complete game shutout […]

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