Tag: David Wright

Mets Not Freaked Out, They Beat The Giants 8-6

An article by posted on May 16, 2009 0 Comments

Lincecum, Schmincecum… That’s all the Mets had to say as they completed their biggest comeback of the season and beat the Giants 8-6 on Friday night. It was a game that featured many layers of clutch hitting, clutch baserunning, clutch fielding and a little bit of luck on this very Freaky Friday. Livan Hernandez started and […]

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Mets Steal First Game From Giants 7-4

An article by posted on May 15, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets had another unlikely win last night that saw them come from behind and take the lead with three runs in the ninth inning and then hang on for the 7-4 win. The go-ahead run scored after Carlos Beltran doubled and then stole third base in the ninth. David Wright then drove home Beltran with […]

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Mr. So Unclutch

An article by posted on May 15, 2009 0 Comments

Man, that David Wright stinks! Even so, he did go three for three, and gave us key ribbies tonight, including driving in the game winner! Metsies beat the Giants 7-4. Doesn’t it feel great when we beat our parents–GIants and Dodgers! As Mets fans know, we don’t play these teams especailly well when we go […]

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Seven Stolen Bases, A New Mets Record!

An article by posted on May 15, 2009 0 Comments

The Mets have just stolen their sixth and seventh bases of the game tonight, thanks to a double steal with Sheffield swiping third and Wright taking second. The seven stolen bases set a new Mets club record. For David Wright it was his fourth steal of the night and a new career best. Carlos Beltran […]

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Mets Played Hardball Last Night and Third Time Was A Charm

An article by posted on May 13, 2009 0 Comments

Last night was a coming out party for the Mets, in what was probably their most significant loss umm win of the season. The old Mets, you know the ones without any grit, would have lost the game last night and today we’d all be screaming and hollering about all the missed opportunities, runners left on […]

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Shock, Outrage and Frustration

An article by posted on May 12, 2009 0 Comments

Jerry Manuel was asked a great question during the post game presser. “Will your team come to regret these Johan Santana losses in September?” “There will probably come a time,” Mets manager Jerry Manuel said. “There will probably come a point where you’ll think, ‘Wow, we missed a lot of opportunities with Johan.’” Ya think??? […]

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Ian Snell Needs Some Serious Therapy

An article by posted on May 11, 2009 0 Comments

While reading a recap of yesterday’s game from Associated Press, I read something that caught me completely by surprise. Apparently, after the game Ian Snell spoke with reporters and pretty much accused Wright of somehow stealing signs. Here is the way AP tells it, “They hit some good pitches. I found out later they had our […]

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Mets Unload On Moyer And Beat Phillies 7-5

An article by posted on May 8, 2009 0 Comments

Game Summary Mike Pelfrey gave the Mets another solid performance as the Mets topped the Phillies 7-5. The Mets broke out of their prolonged power slump at Citi Field and slugged three homeruns off starter Jaimie Moyer who once again failed to notch his 250th win. K-Rod notched his 9th save in nine opportunities and […]

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Do The Mets Lack A Killer Instinct?

An article by posted on May 2, 2009 0 Comments

Omar Minaya spoke with Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports and made some disparaging remarks when talking about the team’s lack of what he calls “an edge”. “We have good guys, solid professionals. There is a smile on David Wright’s face, a smile on Jose Reyes’s face. But there is not an edge to them. Some people […]

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The Idiot’s Guide To Citi Field

An article by posted on May 1, 2009 0 Comments

(Author’s note: This is just one man’s unbiased, impartial view of Citi Field. In no way am I implying that I am speaking for all Mets fans. Just my thoughts) After surviving a brutally cold winter in the northeast, last Sunday was one of those beautiful spring days that made it all worth it. Upon […]

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