Tag: pitching

Mets Defeat Nats 7-1, Harvey Dominates, Duda and Davis Hit A Pair Of Homers Each

An article by posted on April 19, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Defeat Nats 7-1, Harvey Dominates, Duda and Davis Hit A Pair Of Homers Each

Live Blog From Citi Field Pressbox Top First: It starts to rain right after the anthem and moment of silence for Boston and Texas. The weather isn’t Minnesota-Denver bad, but I thought there would be more people here for Harvey-Strasburg. Harvey strikes out his first hitter and gets out of the inning with a runner […]

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Mets Might Consider Wheeler For Back End Of Rotation If Things Don’t Improve

An article by posted on April 19, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Might Consider Wheeler For Back End Of Rotation If Things Don’t Improve

Terry Collins told Mike Francesa on WFAN on Wednesday, that they might consider calling Zack Wheeler up to the Major Leagues to make his debut, if the back end of the rotation doesn’t improve soon. Jeremy Hefner, Dillon Gee and Aaron Laffey – You’ve all been warned. Or maybe not. Collins also said yesterday that it was […]

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Tonight’s Dream Matchup: Strasburg vs Harvey

An article by posted on April 19, 2013 0 Comments
Tonight’s Dream Matchup: Strasburg vs Harvey

(Photos by US Presswire, Collage by Joe D.) If you’re the kind of baseball fan that still loves a good old-fashioned pitching duel like thrill of a Tom Seaver vs. Steve Carlton matchup, then tonight’s contest between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets will be right up your alley. As I said last week, every […]

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Sandy Alderson: Wheeler’s Performance In Triple-A Will Determine If He Gets Promoted

An article by posted on April 17, 2013 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson: Wheeler’s Performance In Triple-A Will Determine If He Gets Promoted

Updated by Joe D. on 4/17 Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, spoke to Mets GM Sandy Alderson who essentially said that Zack Wheeler’s performance at Triple-A Las Vegas is the primary consideration for him to be promoted to the big leagues. Or in other words, what I’ve been saying all along and you can read below this update. “Super […]

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Mets Suffer A Frosty and Brrrutal Sweep In Colorado

An article by posted on April 17, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Suffer A Frosty and Brrrutal Sweep In Colorado

After losing the first game of their doubleheader with the Colorado Rockies 8-4, it looked as though the Mets might pull out a win in the finale after taking a commanding 8-1 lead through the top of the fifth. But it all fell apart as the blunders, errors and shoddy pitching saw the Rockies mount […]

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Strasburg vs Harvey Matchup Still On For Friday!

An article by posted on April 16, 2013 0 Comments
Strasburg vs Harvey Matchup Still On For Friday!

Updated by HoJo on 4/16 Mets manager Terry Collins said he did not plan to disrupt the throwing schedule for Matt Harvey regardless of postponements in Denver. So Harvey continues to be in line for Friday’s game against the Washington Nationals, who are expected to start Stephen Strasburg in the series opener at Citi Field. […]

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Mets at Rockies Doubleheader Game Preview, Notes, Lineup

An article by posted on April 16, 2013 0 Comments
Mets at Rockies Doubleheader Game Preview, Notes, Lineup

Starting Lineup (Game 1) Jordany Valdespin – RF Daniel Murphy – 2B David Wright – 3B Ike Davis – 1B John Buck – C Lucas Duda – LF Kirk Nieuwenhuis – CF Ruben Tejada – SS Dillon Gee – RHP Game Notes Right-hander Shaun Marcum, who has yet to pitch this season due to neck […]

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Feliciano Tosses Scoreless Inning In First Game Back For St. Lucie

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
Feliciano Tosses Scoreless Inning In First Game Back For St. Lucie

Updated by HoJo at 10:45 PM Pedro Feliciano tossed a scoreless seventh inning for Advanced-A St. Lucie tonight in his first game action in nearly a month and the results were encouraging. The Mets’ southpaw allowed one hit, one walk, and had one strikeout. But his velocity was in the 84-86 mph range, according to Adam […]

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2013 MLB Draft: LHP – Do Mets Have Hometown Kid Rob Kaminsky On Their Radar?

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
2013 MLB Draft: LHP – Do Mets Have Hometown Kid Rob Kaminsky On Their Radar?

As the draft approaches, our organizational needs become very clear. The Mets are surely stocked when it comes to Right-Handed Pitchers, as also evident by every other minor league system boasting at least one pitcher with great upside from the right side. Although the Mets are stocked when it comes to right-handed pitching, they are […]

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Jonathon Livingston Niese

An article by posted on April 15, 2013 0 Comments
Jonathon Livingston Niese

The other day I noticed my kid was reading this book that I recognized from when I was around his age. Jonathan Livingston Seagull, by Richard Bach. The short novel about the transcendent ascension of a seagull who refused to be confined by the boundaries of his own defining limitations. He flew higher, faster, until […]

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