Tag: Jose Reyes

Dessens Demolished, Mets Lose 5-2

An article by posted on September 21, 2010 0 Comments
Dessens Demolished, Mets Lose 5-2

Game Notes Mike Pelfrey was about as good as you can get today and had nothing to show for it. Pelf went seven innings, allowing one earned run and another unearned, giving up five hits, striking out four and walking zero. The gameplan was in place all game and he executed it, locating masterfully. Pedro […]

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Gee, Offense Lacking Again As Mets Lose 4-2 To Braves

An article by posted on September 19, 2010 0 Comments

Mets lose to the Braves 4-2 despite another great start by Dillon Gee. Gee pitched seven great innings, only giving up three runs. The offense faltered as they only scored two runs on two solo homeruns. Game Summary Dillon Gee pitched another good seven innings of work, but the offense faltered in keeping Gee perfect. […]

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Trade Reyes For A Roll Of The Dice? No Thanks, I Wasn’t Born Yesterday.

An article by posted on September 17, 2010 0 Comments

I guess this whole break up the core thing is picking up some steam lately, and I still don’t know why… Maybe I am just a thick-headed Sicilian, because no matter how hard people try to convince me, I still can’t for the life of me understand how trading your best players can be construed as improving […]

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Mets Haven’t Learned Anything From Past Mistakes

An article by posted on September 14, 2010 0 Comments

Last week it was announced that Johan Santana would need surgery to repair the the anterior capsule of his shoulder.  What started out as a pectoral injury has now developed Johan Santana having surgery on his pitching shoulder.  Of course when the injury first occured there was no MRI.  Santana was “day to day” which […]

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Ike Davis Leads The Mets To 4-3 Win Over Phils

An article by posted on September 11, 2010 0 Comments

Mets take over the Phils with a 4-3 win to tie up the series. Mike Pelfrey had a great start going into the eighth inning only giving up two runs. Three bullpen pitches combined for two outs before Takahashi gets another save. Ike Davis goes 4-4 with 3 RBIs and Jose Reyes hits his ninth […]

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Another Amazin’ Mess

An article by posted on September 1, 2010 0 Comments

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss: The Status Quo, Changes, and other mindless random thoughts.   The best part of going on vacation is returning to the comforting surroundings of home.  At least, that’s what I tell my kids.  If you don’t like sleeping in your own bed then buy a new mattress.  Came back from […]

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Mets Lose 11-4 To The Marlins And Lose The Series

An article by posted on August 26, 2010 0 Comments

The Mets lose the rubber game against the Marlins, 11-4. Niese was doing well early but just fell apart in the sixth inning. Bullpen was good minus Feliciano and Dessens. Wright had another homerun and a pair of RBIs on the night. Game Summary Jon Niese had a great beginning of the game for the […]

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Jose Reyes Injures Right Oblique

An article by posted on August 26, 2010 0 Comments

Update 9:20 PM According to SNY, the Mets will not let Jose Reyes resume baseball activities until his aggravated  oblique muscle is pain free. It’s the same oblique he injured in June. Original Post 8:35 PM NJ.com reports, Mets shortstop Jose Reyes’ injured right oblique acted up again.  Reyes re-aggravated his right oblique strain running to […]

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Almost Doesn’t Count, Mets Lose 5-4

An article by posted on August 26, 2010 0 Comments

After a decent outing from Pat Misch, the Mets nearly managed to come back against the Marlins for the second day in a row, but fell short losing 5-4 Game Notes Pat Misch was hit hard today from the onset of the game, and despite being efficient with his pitches, Misch only managed to go […]

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Six Reasons 2010 IS A Great Season

An article by posted on August 25, 2010 0 Comments

Despite the Mets 63-62 record, numerous team problems, mismanagement and an overall inability to win on the road, 2010 has been a great season for the Mets from a different point of view. I’ll avoid the sappy introduction filled with highlights and recaps of moments when they succeeded and just get into the observations: 1. […]

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