Tag: Mike Pelfrey

Baffling But Awesome Start

An article by posted on April 28, 2010 0 Comments

Maybe I should move more often.  My family moved from Tennessee to Wisconsin two weeks ago, and about that time the Mets were slipping deeper and deeper into a funk, starting out with a 2-6 record.  It looked like Jerry Manuel and Omar Minaya might not last until the end of April with the team. […]

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The Mets Pitching Staff Has Been Good For Nothing

An article by posted on April 27, 2010 0 Comments

Yes, you did read the title correctly. Over the past week and a half, Mets pitchers have indeed been good for nothing, meaning they’ve been good enough to hold the opposition to practically nothing on the scoreboard. Pitching was not supposed to be the strong point of the 2010 Mets. After all, the Mets’ starting […]

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MetsMerized Player Of The Week! (Week 3)

An article by posted on April 27, 2010 0 Comments

Right about now, it feels pretty good to be a Mets fan. The Yankees lost on some bonehead calls by Girardi, and the Mets have been looking rejuvenated on the field. Some of that should really be credited to Ike Davis and Jose Reyes, who provided an incredible burst of energy to this team. I […]

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Our Offense Needs To Step It Up

An article by posted on April 27, 2010 0 Comments

The pitching this young season has been great.  I don’t think that anyone can honestly say they thought the pitchers, be it the rotation or the bullpen would perform the way they have so far.  Every expert said that the Mets couldn’t contend in 2010 because of the starting pitching after Johan but the starters, […]

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Mike Pelfrey: Bend But Don’t Break Baby

An article by posted on April 26, 2010 0 Comments

Last night’s one nothing victory over Atlanta cemented a terrific start to the 2010 campaign for Mets hurler, Mike Pelfrey (4-0); possibly of his career with now 24 consecutive scoreless innings. As the great Joe Morgan pointed out himself during the game, Pelfrey showed strong signs of growth, maturity, poise and skill, throwing five shutout […]

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Mets By The Numbers – Week Three

An article by posted on April 26, 2010 0 Comments

A new weekly feature that will look at the Mets beyond the box score. The Mets find themselves in the same spot as the crosstown Yankees. Both are in second place in their respective divisions, and both teams are 1.5 games out of first place. In the last ten games, Mets starting pitchers have a combined 1.38 ERA […]

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Rain Helps Mets Sweep Braves And Move Into Second Place!

An article by posted on April 26, 2010 0 Comments

Jose Reyes wasted no time using his speed to get the Mets on the board early in this rain soaked 1-0 win that saw the Mets sweep the Braves. It was the fourth straight victory for the Mets and sixth of their last seven. Game Notes Mike Pelfrey started and it was clear right from the […]

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Source: Mets Have No Chance At Roy Oswalt

An article by posted on April 21, 2010 0 Comments

This morning one of our readers commented about possibly making a trade for Roy Oswalt of the Astros. And although I totally disagreed with having to give up Mike Pelfrey for him, the thought of adding Oswalt seemed quite intriguing. 1. Johan Santana 2. Roy Oswalt 3. Mike Pelfrey 4. Oliver Perez 5. Jon Niese […]

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Pelfrey Continues Dominance In 4-0 Mets Win

An article by posted on April 21, 2010 0 Comments

In another spectacular outing from Mike Pelfrey, the Mets put up enough offense to beat the Cubs 4-0 for their second straight victory. Game Notes: In a game that was fairly stagnant offensively, Mike Pelfrey managed to hold the Cubs to 6 total baserunners – 3 on hits and 3 on walks in 7 innings. […]

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Can Mets Pelfrey Solidify New Status?

An article by posted on April 20, 2010 0 Comments

After 2 weeks and 12 games the Mets saw everything we saw and have been saying since the spring. The team made alterations to their lineup and ballclub. By calling up Ike Davis, designating Mike Jacobs, and adding youth to the Mets clubhouse, a looser, more cohesive team appears to have immediately been the by […]

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