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Mets Freefall Begins Much Earlier Than Last Two Seasons

An article by posted on April 29, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Freefall Begins Much Earlier Than Last Two Seasons

To say things are rocky might be sugarcoating what is going on with the Mets these days. Do you remember the beginning of the month when the Mets were off to a semi-good start and the Yankees – beset by injuries – stumbled out of the gate and the talk was could they actually finish […]

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Parnell Should Remain Mets Closer When Francisco Is Activated

An article by posted on April 22, 2013 0 Comments
Parnell Should Remain Mets Closer When Francisco Is Activated

Most everything about the Mets these days is about the future. From Matt Harvey, to extending David Wright, to the trade of R.A. Dickey and protecting Zack Wheeler, we’re talking about 2014 and beyond. Sure, it would be great to compete now, but 2013 is mostly for establishing the foundation. It is the development of Harvey and Jon Niese; giving Wheeler major league […]

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Tapia Shines, 3 RBIs For Rivera In St. Lucie Victory

An article by posted on April 21, 2013 0 Comments
Tapia Shines, 3 RBIs For Rivera In St. Lucie Victory

  St. Lucie 6, Fort Myers 5 Domingo Tapia allowed zero earned runs over seven innings and put St. Lucie on the path to victory on Saturday evening. Tapia was on his game for St. Lucie, as he allowed just four hits and a walk across seven innings while striking out six. He was on […]

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Mets Mauled By Rockies; Disappointing Trip Ends

An article by posted on April 18, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Mauled By Rockies; Disappointing Trip Ends

The road trip that began with a stumble in Philadelphia mercifully ended with a fall this afternoon in freezing Denver. The Mets left Citi Field at 4-2 and will arrive home tomorrow at 7-7. After losing two of three to the Phillies, the Mets won two in Minnesota in brutal conditions, then lost three games […]

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Aderlin Rodriguez Homers In 5-2 St. Lucie Loss

An article by posted on April 18, 2013 0 Comments
Aderlin Rodriguez Homers In 5-2 St. Lucie Loss

Charlotte 5, St. Lucie 2 Starting off ugly and not getting much better, the St. Lucie Mets got hit hard out of the gate by the Charlotte Stone Crabs and were unable to bounce back, falling by a score of 5-2. Marcos Camarena took the hill for his start for the St. Lucie Mets and […]

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Feliciano Tosses Scoreless Inning In First Game Back For St. Lucie

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
Feliciano Tosses Scoreless Inning In First Game Back For St. Lucie

Updated by HoJo at 10:45 PM Pedro Feliciano tossed a scoreless seventh inning for Advanced-A St. Lucie tonight in his first game action in nearly a month and the results were encouraging. The Mets’ southpaw allowed one hit, one walk, and had one strikeout. But his velocity was in the 84-86 mph range, according to Adam […]

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Marcum To Pitch A Couple Of Simulated Innings Today or Tomorrow

An article by posted on April 11, 2013 0 Comments

Updated on 4/11 by HoJo According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Shaun Marcum is expected to throw two innings of a simulated game before the weekend as he attempts to get ready to comeback from a neck injury and bicep tendinitis. If all goes well without any setbacks, Marcum could appear in a rehab […]

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Buck Ignites 7-2 Win Over Phillies, Harvey Dominant Again

An article by posted on April 9, 2013 0 Comments
Buck Ignites 7-2 Win Over Phillies, Harvey Dominant Again

The pre-game buzz was Matt Harvey being a growing hot property and Philadelphia’s Roy Halladay on a downhill slide. Both bandwagons got a little more crowded Monday night as Harvey was superb as his Mets pounded Halladay, 7-2. The Mets also received big nights from John Buck and Ruben Tejada in winning their third straight game. ON THE MOUND: Harvey gave up a run […]

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Mets’ Spring Training Winners and Losers

An article by posted on March 30, 2013 0 Comments
Mets’ Spring Training Winners and Losers

It is the same in every spring training camp with winners and losers. Booms and busts. With camp ending today, the Mets had their share of both. THE WINNERS Jon Niese: With Johan Santana a question going in, Niese entered camp No. 1 in the rotation and pitched deserving of that title. Not surprisingly, he […]

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Who Were the Biggest Winners and Losers for the Mets This Spring?

An article by posted on March 26, 2013 0 Comments
Who Were the Biggest Winners and Losers for the Mets This Spring?

Clayton – Collin Cowgill is the biggest winner. The guy has yet to see a single pitch for the Mets in the regular season and he already has the number and comparison to a Mets great, not to mention most likely a starting outfield job. My loser is Johan Santana. It could have just as […]

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