Tag: Jerry Koosman

Jerry Koosman: The Story Of One Mets Veteran

An article by posted on November 11, 2016 0 Comments
Jerry Koosman: The Story Of One Mets Veteran

Back in 1962, the New York Mets were having their inaugural season while a 20-year old from Appleton, Minnesota was drafted into military service. Being drafted into the military would forever change the future for Jerry Koosman and the New York Mets. While Koosman was stationed at Pere Marquette State National Park, he had taken […]

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Week 10 Mets Pitching Review: Matz Keeps Rolling

An article by posted on May 31, 2016 0 Comments
Week 10 Mets Pitching Review: Matz Keeps Rolling

A review of the latest turn through the Mets starting rotation: Name InningsThe Hits Runs (Earned Runs) Strikeouts Walks ERA (Season) WHIP (Season) Quality Start? Matt Harvey (3-7) 5.0 8 5(5) 1 2 6.08 1.69 No (10/3) Steven Matz (7-1) 8.0 4 0(0) 7 1 2.36 0.99 Yes (8/7) Jacob deGrom (3-1) 7.0 3 1(1) 7 […]

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It’s Easy To Forget How Good Jon Niese Has Been

An article by posted on December 13, 2014 0 Comments
It’s Easy To Forget How Good  Jon Niese Has Been

Reading the tea leaves, Jon Niese, Dillon Gee and Bartolo Colon will all inevitably be traded in the near future sooner or later and certainly before their team control with the Mets expires. Top pitching prospect Noah Syndergaard will likely come in and assume a rotation spot this season, followed by the final development and […]

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Open Letter From Mets: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

An article by posted on April 30, 2014 0 Comments
Open Letter From Mets: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

By now, most of you should have received the email from the Mets, encouraging you to prove that you are “real” fans and to sign a pledge of support. The letter, which was signed and sent by Keith Hernandez, Ron Darling, Cleon Jones, Ed Charles, Jerry Koosman, and Doc Gooden, read as follows: To True New […]

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Who Should be on Mets Rushmore?

An article by posted on January 9, 2014 0 Comments
Who Should be on Mets Rushmore?

Four spots. 52 seasons. Who belongs on Mets Rushmore? Without a doubt, Tom Seaver. If there isn’t a Mets Rushmore without The Franchise, it’s just another rock. So how about the other three? We could go with Casey Stengel. His number is already retired and on the wall. We can go with Gil Hodges. His […]

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Tom Seaver, Closer?

An article by posted on January 1, 2014 5 Comments
Tom Seaver, Closer?

Tom Seaver won 311 games during his great career. He won 198 of those games with the Mets. He also saved one career game. The year was 1968. The day was July 7th. The Mets were playing the Philadelphia Phillies in a doubleheader that Sunday afternoon at Connie Mack Stadium. The Mets had already lost […]

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Why I Love The Mets – Finalist #3

An article by posted on December 22, 2013 0 Comments
Why I Love The Mets – Finalist #3

Here is the last of our three finalists, and as you will soon see, all three of them did an excellent job and should be applauded. Overall, I tip my cap to all 109 Met fans who entered our “Why Do I Love The Mets” contest. including a 10-year old girl from Dallas, TX named […]

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Why I Love The Mets: Finalist #1

An article by posted on December 21, 2013 0 Comments
Why I Love The Mets: Finalist #1

We are getting down to the end of our Kindle Fire HDX giveaway. We’ve already posted our two Honorable Mentions and we now present to you our Three Finalists. From these three a winner will emerge. It was tough narrowing down 109 different entries – all of them fantastic – to these three, but we […]

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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: Random Thoughts On Granderson

An article by posted on December 8, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: Random Thoughts On Granderson

When the news broke late Friday morning that the Mets had finally came to an agreement with outfielder, Curtis Granderson I admit I did the proverbial  “happy dance” while driving in my car. Yes Granderson is not the “savior” that the Mets need to help this team escape from mediocrity as well as ineptitude. But […]

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This Week In Baseball History – Metsmerized Edition!

An article by posted on October 13, 2013 0 Comments
This Week In Baseball History – Metsmerized Edition!

October 13 1903 – The first ever World Series ever played is completed as the Boston Pilgrims defeat the Pittsburgh Pirates 3-0 and take the series, 5 games to 3. 1914 – The Boston Braves, who were in last place in mid-July, rebound to win the World Series. “The Miracle Braves” defeat the Philadelphia A’s in […]

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