Tag: RBI

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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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “Random Thoughts” Edition

An article by posted on September 2, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “Random Thoughts” Edition

First off, I would like to take the time out to wish all the readers of this blog a Happy Labor Day. If you’re one of the few that has to work today (cops, firefighters, etc)  - thank you for your service. The Legendary French Renaissance writer , Michel de Montaigne once said: “So it is with minds. Unless […]

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Mets Fall Apart Late, Lose 6-5 To Nationals

An article by posted on September 2, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Fall Apart Late, Lose 6-5 To Nationals

The Mets (62-73) lost to the Nationals (69-67) by a score of 6-5 Sunday night at Nationals Park. Jon Niese took the hill against Ross Ohlendorf as the Mets sought to sweep Washington on the road. Jon was handed a 2-0 lead before throwing a pitch thanks to Daniel Murphy’s RBI double and an RBI […]

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Not Much Offense, But Cyclones Win Again

An article by posted on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Not Much Offense, But Cyclones Win Again

The Brooklyn Cyclones have only scored three runs in the past two games. Yet it’s resulted in two wins. The Cyclones earned a 2-1 win Thursday night over the Staten Island Yankees to remain a half-game in first place ahead of the Aberdeen Ironbirds, who also won Thursday. In front of a packed house at […]

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Wright Says He’ll Return This Season, Heads To PSL For Rehab Games

An article by posted on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Wright Says He’ll Return This Season, Heads To PSL For Rehab Games

David Wright spoke with reporters and is on his way to Port St. Lucie to begin his rehab, the team announced. As he’s said before, Wright fully intends on returning this season. ”It’s pretty much against everything I believe in to shut it down,” Wright said about shutting it down for the rest of this season. […]

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Mets First-Rounder Dominic Smith Promoted To Kingsport

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Mets First-Rounder Dominic Smith Promoted To Kingsport

New York Mets 2013 first round pick (11th overall) Dominic Smith, has been promoted from the Gulf Coast League to the Appalachian League and will join the Kingsport Mets immediately. ESPN’s Adam Rubin initially mad e the announcement, noting that the lefthanded slugger has been promoted at a pivotal time in the K-Mets season and just in […]

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Tonight’s The Night… Flores Will Play Second Base Against Phillies

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Tonight’s The Night… Flores Will Play Second Base Against Phillies

According to Kevin Burkhardt, Wilmer Flores will make his debut at second base tonight when the Mets take on the Phillies. Finally…. I’m looking forward to this…. Hat tip to BBLB…. Original Post 8/26 Wilmer Flores will get a chance to play second this week, according to Kristie Ackert of the Daily News. Lost in the […]

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Cyclones Lose Heart Breaker In 16 Innings

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Cyclones Lose Heart Breaker In 16 Innings

No one said moving into first place would be easy for the Brooklyn Cyclones. But with the Abderdeen Ironbirds losing Tuesday night, the Cyclones could have moved a half game into first place had they won. It took 16 innings – the longest game of the season for Brooklyn – but the Cyclones fell 5-3 […]

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D’Arnaud Homers, But Mets Can’t Avoid Sweep After 11-3 Mauling By Tigers

An article by posted on August 25, 2013 0 Comments
D’Arnaud Homers, But Mets Can’t Avoid Sweep After 11-3 Mauling By Tigers

TIGERS LEAVE METS IN TATTERS AFTER 11-3 MAULING The Mets got pounced on by the Tigers who beat them 11-3 this afternoon at Citi Field to complete a three game sweep and leave them licking their wounds. Dillon Gee started for the Mets and wasn’t nearly as sharp as we’ve seen from him of late. […]

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