Tag: energy

Justin Turner Was On A Mission Last Night

An article by posted on August 23, 2014 0 Comments
Justin Turner Was On A Mission Last Night

Dodgers utility man Justin Turner put on a heck of show last night, seemingly doing everything he could to beat his old teammates. Turner turned two key double plays against the Mets, and was no slouch at the plate singling, doubling, drawing a walk and scoring a run. Turner also stole a base and nearly […]

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Collins Tells Team ‘We’ll be back in the hunt’

An article by posted on August 15, 2014 0 Comments
Collins Tells Team ‘We’ll be back in the hunt’

After last nights loss to the Washington Nationals, the nail in a three game sweep, Terry Collins addressed the team. The Nationals increased their lead in the East to 10.5 over the Mets and have now taken their last 11 games played at Citi Field. “They just outplay us. The whole difference is we can’t […]

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Niese Wins First Game Since Return From Disabled List

An article by posted on August 12, 2014 0 Comments
Niese Wins First Game Since Return From Disabled List

If any pitcher needed a good start on Monday it was Jon Niese. Helping the Mets take down the Phillies was just gravy. For Niese, the summer had been disastrous. After starting the season with a 5-4 record, sporting a dazzling 2.88 ERA, Niese dropped his next four decesions leaving the lefty searching for answers. […]

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Chris Young Loves How Mets Battled: “We Were Never Out Of It”

An article by posted on May 13, 2014 0 Comments
Chris Young Loves How Mets Battled: “We Were Never Out Of It”

Chris Young came through for the second consecutive game on Monday, this time going 2-for-4 and delivering the game-winning, eighth-inning home run in the Mets’ 9-7 win over the Yankees. Young told reporters he didn’t know the regular season could ever feel as electric as last night, calling it the most exciting game he’s ever played […]

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Scout Says d’Arnaud Doesn’t Look Strong, Lacking Energy

An article by posted on April 25, 2014 0 Comments
Scout Says d’Arnaud Doesn’t Look Strong, Lacking Energy

Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud continues to struggle and is slashing at .190/.277/.276 in 65 plate appearances this season. Baseball Prospectus spoke to a scout who told them:  “I haven’t liked him so far. He hasn’t looked good defensively, including allowing a bunch of passed balls. I’ve seen him miss some fastballs, almost like he has […]

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First Base Follies To Continue

An article by posted on April 11, 2014 0 Comments
First Base Follies To Continue

Despite Ike Davis starting on Thursday night against the Braves and starter David Hale, Terry Collins insists that Lucas Duda is still the starting first baseman and will continue to get the bulk of the playing time. “We made a decision and you don’t have much credibility if you keep changing your mind every other day because somebody goes 2-for-4,” […]

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Will Terry Collins Survive The Year? Odds-Makers Say No…

An article by posted on April 3, 2014 0 Comments
Will Terry Collins Survive The Year? Odds-Makers Say No…

Although I already posted on the Mets and their new modern MLB record of 31 strikeouts through the team’s first two games, it was late last night when I wrote that and I didn’t get a chance to throw in some of my own thoughts on the matter. About three weeks ago I was at […]

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Mets Pitchers Not Sure About Protective Caps

An article by posted on February 18, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Pitchers Not Sure About Protective Caps

Adam Rubin writes that the Mets have not yet received their shipment of the new protective caps designed to protect pitchers on the mound. Rubin shares that while pitchers on Tuesday expressed a willingness to try them during a spring-training bullpen session once the caps arrives, no one indicated that they would actually wear it during the […]

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As Early As Spring Training, Padded Caps Approved By MLB For Pitchers

An article by posted on January 29, 2014 0 Comments
As Early As Spring Training, Padded Caps Approved By MLB For Pitchers

Paul Hagen shared on MLB.com, that Major League Baseball has approved padded caps for pitchers. This will be optional for pitchers but will give them an opportunity to decide if wearing the cap will be enough protection from dangerous line drives to the head. The new caps will be manufactured by isoBLOX. The company explains […]

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Episode 2014: A New Hope

An article by posted on January 28, 2014 0 Comments
Episode 2014: A New Hope

Simply because I’m a geek – I’ll let my inner Star Wars express my feelings about the team’s outlook from one year ago compared to today… A long time ago at a Citi Field far, far away… 2013: I’ve got a very bad feeling about this. I find your lack of faith disturbing. Who’s the […]

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