Tag: Ruben Tejada

Wheeler, Tejada, Cowgill Impress In Mets 5-3 Win, News Not Good On Feliciano

An article by posted on February 23, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler, Tejada, Cowgill Impress In Mets 5-3 Win, News Not Good On Feliciano

THE GAME: Ruben Tejada hit a two-run homer and Collin Cowgill drove in a run with double as the Mets won their exhibition opener, 5-3, over Washington. One game does not a spring training make, but if you’re going to play the games it is better to win them. WHEELER IMPRESSIVE: Zack Wheeler wowed them in his first appearance […]

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Four Prospects Who Give Us Reason To Hope

An article by posted on February 21, 2013 0 Comments
Four Prospects Who Give Us Reason To Hope

It’s not very often that mainstream media paints the Mets in a positive, or better yet, glowing light. So in those rare instances when they do, I like to point it out here on MMO. I give you Chris Cwik of CBS Sports. Chris is doing a team by team review of each minor league […]

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Cam Maron and Steven Matz Remain Loyal To Their New York Roots

An article by posted on February 20, 2013 0 Comments
Cam Maron and Steven Matz Remain Loyal To Their New York Roots

By Mike Stainkamp LI natives stay loyal to roots preparing for Spring Training Baseball players have always been considered the “Boys of Summer.” But what happens when the final out of the World Series is recorded and the offseason begins? For two Mets prospects and Long Island natives, Camden Maron and Steven Matz, the offseason means […]

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Mets Matters: What About “That” Guy?

An article by posted on February 12, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Matters: What About “That” Guy?

For better or worse, Michael Bourn fell off the New York Mets radar Monday when he agreed to a four-year, $48 million deal with the Cleveland Indians. Mets/MLB beat writer Anthony DiComo suggests, if history is any indication, Sandy Alderson committed an error.  DiComo wrote: The 11th overall Draft pick has a bizarre history of […]

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Why Bourn, If Not Reyes?

An article by posted on February 7, 2013 0 Comments
Why Bourn, If Not Reyes?

As the possibility of Michael Bourn landing in Queens seems more and more like a reality, there are a faction of fans who feel Bourn wouldn’t be such a necessity, had the Mets simply resigned Jose Reyes.  On the surface, they’re correct, however as is the case with everything New York Mets, there is always […]

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2013 Mets Projections: Ruben Tejada, SS

An article by posted on February 6, 2013 0 Comments
2013 Mets Projections: Ruben Tejada, SS

When the Marlins signed Jose Reyes in December of 2011, the Mets were forced to turn to a young, inexperienced shortstop in Ruben Tejada. Just 22 at the time, Tejada was given the enormous (and probably impossible) task of replacing Reyes. No one expected him to make up for the production lost, but the club […]

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2012 Mets Report Cards: Infielders

An article by posted on November 6, 2012 0 Comments
2012 Mets Report Cards: Infielders

The Mets infield faced many questions coming into the 2012 season. Will David Wright re-gain superstar status? Can Daniel Murphy survive as an everyday second baseman? How much will the Mets miss Jose Reyes? Let’s see how these questions were answered this season…. Josh Thole: D- Josh Thole has not become the player we thought […]

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Hefner Blanks Pirates In 6-0 Mets Win, Wright Sets New Franchise Hit Record

An article by posted on September 27, 2012 0 Comments
Hefner Blanks Pirates In 6-0 Mets Win, Wright Sets New Franchise Hit Record

David Wright broke the Mets all-time hits record, and Jeremy Hefner pitched seven scoreless innings in the Mets 6-0 win Jeremy Hefner came out of the gate and had his game plan in full swing, dispatching hitters quickly and coaxing weak contact at any given chance. As opposed to Tuesday night when Colin McHugh was […]

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Are The Mets Are Running Out Of Gas?

An article by posted on September 6, 2012 0 Comments
Are The Mets Are Running Out Of Gas?

The rigors of the long major league baseball season seem to be catching up to some of the New York Mets. There have been numerous quotes and clues from the Mets coaching staff lately alluding to the idea that the Mets are looking forward to some much needed rest during the off-season. It’s O.K. guys, […]

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Who Inherited The Better Farm System?

An article by posted on August 25, 2012 0 Comments
Who Inherited The Better Farm System?

In one of yesterday’s posts, I saw a little debate pop up as to which GM inherited a better farm system between Omar Minaya and Sandy Alderson. In my mind, the perception was that Alderson had a significantly stronger base of prospects to work with than Minaya did, but I decided to see what I could dig […]

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