Tag: Pedro Martinez

Will Perez Force Mets To Get A Starter At Deadline?

An article by posted on April 10, 2009 0 Comments

I was just reading an interesting article by David Lennon of Newsday on his blog. Lennon seems all fired up about comments that were made by Jerry Manuel and Dan Warthen who both said they were encouraged by Ollie’s last start. I was kind of surprised yesterday to hear both manager Jerry Manuel and pitching […]

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Thursday Mets Intelligence Briefing

An article by posted on March 12, 2009

A new daily feature that will keep you fully briefed on the current state of the Mets. One post with all you need to know until tomorrow. Domestic Affairs Now that the Dominican Republic has been eliminated from the WBC, shortstop Jose Reyes and left fielder Fernando Tatis are flying back to St. Lucie and will be in […]

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Update: Pedro Still Tops Our Poll For Fifth Starter

An article by posted on March 9, 2009

On Saturday we ran a poll… Who Should Be The Mets Number 5 Starter? We have registered over one hundred additional votes since yesterday, and Pedro’s numbers continue to rise. Pedro now stands at 59% with 262 votes, followed by Tim Redding in second place with 19% and 83 votes. Today, Ron Darling said that the thing that […]

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Pounded Again! Call Pedro!

An article by posted on March 8, 2009

Yesterday, I was told by many that I should not shed light on the solid performance by Pedro Martinez because it came against the Netherlands who happened to beat the Dominican Republic. I was like so what? What does that matter? He went out there without the benefit of training in a Major League camp […]

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Pedro Martinez Puts On Impressive Performance

An article by posted on March 7, 2009

Pedro Martinez took the mound for the Dominican Republic this afternoon and served notice to Major League Baseball that he still has plenty of gas left in the tank. Pedro threw three shutout innings and allowed just one hit while walking none. Of his 40 pitches thrown, 32 of them were for strikes, a remarkable achievement. […]

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We’re in the Home Stretch!

An article by posted on September 13, 2008

The New York Mets have 17 games left to play. As has been the story all season, we blew a 7 game lead with 17 left to play. It’s bad enough we historically collapsed, but if I have to hear about it on a national broadcast one more time, I’ll break my TV. Seriously, the […]

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Pedro Martinez Pulled In The Fourth Inning With Shoulder Tightness

An article by posted on July 12, 2008

Pedro Martinez did not come out to pitch the fifth inning after being pinch-hit for in the bottom of the fourth inning. According to Ken Rosenthal of FOX sports, when he made contact with Pedro Martinez in the dugout, he pointed to his groin and said it was precautionary. UPDATE: After initially thinking it was […]

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Hot as Fire or Not at All?

An article by posted on June 28, 2008

Welcome to another installment of Hot or Not. This week was an interseting one in Mets Nation. After losing 2 out of three to the MLB worst Mariners, the Mets really picked up their game against the Yankees. Despite the 9-0 loss in the second game, the Mets offense did manage to get on base. […]

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Pedro Martinez: T Minus Five Days

An article by posted on May 29, 2008

The troops are currently in the staging area, cleaning their weapons. The engineers are working on the engines and we’re starting to see them click on some of the available cylinders. D Day has been set for June 3rd. Pedro Martinez has thrown a rehab session in A Ball St. Lucie and has been declared […]

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We Still Have Our Ace In The Hole

An article by posted on August 29, 2007

Much has been made this year, (especially by me) of the lack of passion and excitement that has been missing from the Mets this year. With the exception of a Paulie LoDuca blow- up it has been pretty monotonous. It’s hard for me to say that when we have the most exciting player in baseball […]

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