Tag: Jenrry Mejia

Bullpen Burnouts: Fernando Nieve and Jenrry Mejia

An article by posted on May 20, 2010 0 Comments

Only a month ago, the Mets bullpen was being looked at as a big strength for the team as they led the league in ERA, Batting Average Against, WHIP and even strikeouts. They have quickly sunk to the bottom in many of those categories as the season wore on due mostly to some bad bullpen […]

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Jenrry Mejia To The Minors? Makeup Your Minds Already…

An article by posted on May 18, 2010 0 Comments

I just read via MetsBlog, that Adam Rubin of ESPN New York expects the Mets to send Jenrry Mejia back to the minor leagues when they promote RA Dickey from Triple-A Buffalo to start in place of Oliver Perez on Wednesday.  Top prospect Jenrry Mejia, whose dazzling Grapefruit League performance prompted the Mets to place […]

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Mets Domin-8 The Phillies In A 9-1 Trouncing

An article by posted on May 1, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets came out of the gate playing with some fire in their bellies, helping Jon Niese pick up his first win of the season as they crushed the Phillies 9-1 to extend their winning streak to eight games. Game Notes Jonathon Niese looked lights-out all night going seven innings – giving up four hits, walking one […]

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Jenrry Mejia To Remain In Bullpen

An article by posted on April 26, 2010 0 Comments

As the Mets’ bullpen has exceeded expectations in the early part of the season, the need for Jenrry Mejia seems to be diminishing, but Jerry Manuel remains adamant that the 20-year-old will be a bigger part of the pen rather than be pushed out and sent to tune up in the minor leagues for an […]

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Dillon Gee To The Mets Picking Up Steam

An article by posted on April 25, 2010 0 Comments

Updated Post 4/25 2:00 PM While digging up some information on Gee, I came across some glowing remarks by Bisons manager Ken Oberkfell after his last start. “He was outstanding,” Bisons manager Ken Oberkfell said. “He had control of his pitches. He went after hitters and worked ahead and gave us a solid seven innings […]

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The Kids Are Growing Up

An article by posted on April 20, 2010 0 Comments

Last night Ike Davis made his major league debut, going 2-4 with an RBI.  Jonathan Niese pitched a good game and Jenrry Mejia closed the game out for the win.  It was a good night for the franchise prospects. I remember not too long ago there were reports that the farm system was dead.  Some […]

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Despite Results, Jenrry Mejia Looked Good Out There

An article by posted on April 8, 2010 0 Comments

Unless they were under a rock, most Mets fans know that Jenrry Mejia finally made his much anticipated debut last night against the Marlins. And though he displayed the velocity and movement that had been advertised, the results were mediocre at best. Mejia earned a spot on the roster with a blazing fastball that in fact […]

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2010 Gets Off To A Great Start!

An article by posted on April 6, 2010 0 Comments

I know this is a positive post and it’s only been one game but that was a big and important win for the Mets and the fans.  After the disaster of last year the Mets needed this first win behind their ace and they got that win!  Jason Bay had a good 1st day, going […]

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A Preview Of The 2010 Mets: Believe In Miracles

An article by posted on April 3, 2010 0 Comments

After yesterday’s big round of cuts and today’s expected cuts of Omir Santos and Raul Valdez, the Mets 25 Man Roster looks hardly like anything we expected after the offseason began. That’s not to say it’s good or bad, but somewhat surprising to say the least. The 2010 reconstruction plan was going to be predicated on […]

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Look Who’s Talking Now

An article by posted on March 29, 2010 0 Comments

Jon Heyman of SI.com had the following to say in a post to his Daily Scoop. The Mets’ minor-league system looks a lot better now than most realized last year, when so-called experts rated it near the bottom. Those ratings will need to be re-evaluated now that five young Mets looked very good or better […]

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