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Mets Edge Phillies 5-4 With Help from Wright & Weather

An article by posted on September 21, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Edge Phillies 5-4 With Help from Wright & Weather

The Mets (70-84) defeated the Phillies (71-83) by a score of 5-4 in a rain-shortened game on Saturday night in Philadelphia. Dillon Gee got the win, tossing 6+ decent innings (4 runs, 7 hits, 0 walks, 3 strikeouts) before the game was called off in the bottom of the seventh. The Phillies struck first on […]

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Hits & Misses: Thoughts On Duda, den Dekker and Flores

An article by posted on September 21, 2013 0 Comments
Hits & Misses: Thoughts On Duda, den Dekker and Flores

Lucas Duda (.232/.351/.426) and Matt den Dekker (.245/.315/.326) might be playing Winter Ball this offseason, according to ESPN New York. Woo freaking hoo… If either of these two players are starting players for us in 2014, I may just puke. We have to stop settling for mediocrity and insist on better quality players for this team. […]

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Mets Struggle Again, Swept By Nationals At Citi

An article by posted on September 12, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Struggle Again, Swept By Nationals At Citi

If an incompetent team loses in an empty stadium, but nobody is there to see it… do the anguished cries of Mets Fans everywhere make a sound? The Mets (64-81) lost to the Nationals (77-69) by a score of 7-2 Thursday afternoon, sealing a 4-game sweep for Washington on the road. Aaron Harang started for […]

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Turner Getting MRI On Hamstring This Morning

An article by posted on September 10, 2013 0 Comments
Turner Getting MRI On Hamstring This Morning

Mets utility infielder Justin Turner, who left Tuesday’s game after six innings with right hamstring tightness, will get an MRI this morning and be evaluated by team doctors. Turner later told reporters,”I came in and the trainer said to shut it down,” according to ESPN New York. “I’ve never had any hamstring problems before. Hopefully it’s […]

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Matz Tosses A Gem As Gnats Advance To Championship Series Which Begins Monday

An article by posted on September 8, 2013 0 Comments
Matz Tosses A Gem As Gnats Advance To Championship Series Which Begins Monday

Savannah 5, Augusta 0 Behind a brilliant pitching performance, the Savannah Sand Gnats blanked the Augusta GreenJackets 5-0 Friday night at Historic Grayson Stadium to sweep the best-of-three Southern Division Championship Series two games to none. Savannah outscored Augusta 15-2 in the two games. Savannah pitchers recorded 19 strikeouts against just one walk in the two-game sweep. […]

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Mets Can’t Climb Out of Early Hole, Lose Again in Cleveland 9-4

An article by posted on September 7, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Can’t Climb Out of Early Hole, Lose Again in Cleveland 9-4

The Mets (63-77) lost to the Indians (76-65) by a score of 9-4 on Saturday Night at Jacobs Field (I won’t call anything about that Cleveland team “Progressive” until they change their logo.) Jon Niese took the ball for the Mets and was dreadful early, giving up six runs — five were earned, and the […]

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Prospect Spotlight: Dustin Lawley Shined Brightly In The Florida State League

An article by posted on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
Prospect Spotlight: Dustin Lawley Shined Brightly In The Florida State League

With the sun setting on another year of Mets minor league baseball, let’s spotlight some of the players who made us stop and take note of what’s been quite an impressive collection of outstanding performances this season. We begin with 24 year old Dustin Lawley. While it’s undeniable that his age played a significant factor […]

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Ynoa’s Quality Start Propels Sand Gnats To Game One Win, 10-2

An article by posted on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
Ynoa’s Quality Start Propels Sand Gnats To Game One Win, 10-2

Savannah 10, Augusta 2 Do you guys remember when I told you that Gabriel Ynoa was pretty good? Well…surprise, surprise. He was pretty good tonight. Ynoa dazzled over nearly eight strong innings of work for Savannah and permitted just two earned runs to cross the plate in Game One of this playoff series. He allowed […]

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Another Juan Of Those Posts About Lagares

An article by posted on September 3, 2013 0 Comments
Another Juan Of Those Posts About Lagares

Who remembers John Milton Rivers? You know, that speedy center fielder that used to run funny and played for the Yankees during their 1977 and 1978 championship years? I guess you probably know him better by his baseball name, Mickey… Last week, I had an interesting debate with the executive producer of SNY, when I […]

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Players of the Week: Murphy Cops NL Honors, Lagares and Gee Get Some Love Too

An article by posted on September 2, 2013 0 Comments
Players of the Week: Murphy Cops NL Honors, Lagares and Gee Get Some Love Too

Just wanted to update this post and say that Daniel Murphy has been named National League Player of the Week for the period ending September 1. Congrats to Murph and nice job by Steph for making a great call! There were close games, there were blowouts. There was dominant pitching, there was offensive outbursts. This week […]

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