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Mets Minors Report 5/26: Verrett And Cuan Both Strike Out Nine In Dominant Performances

An article by posted on May 26, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Minors Report 5/26: Verrett And Cuan Both Strike Out Nine In Dominant Performances

Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas lost to Salt Lake, 7-5. Binghamton slipped by Portland, 3-2. Savannah defeated Augusta, 2-1. St. Lucie shut out Bradenton, 1-0. Prospect Pipeline Logan Verrett was pretty damn good in yesterday’s game, scattering three hits over seven innings while striking out nine. He allowed just one earned run and walked […]

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Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

An article by posted on May 14, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

Updated by HoJo at 6:00 PM Scott Atchison, who experienced numbness in his fingers while pitching Monday, has been placed on the disabled list according to Assistant GM John Ricco. Atchison was examined Tuesday in New York by team doctors who said there is “no new structural damage.” The 37 year old veteran reliever opted not […]

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Valdespin Comes Through Again In Mets 7-6 Comeback Win!

An article by posted on May 2, 2013 0 Comments
Valdespin Comes Through Again In Mets 7-6 Comeback Win!

Just call him Mr. Clutch or as our own Daniel Nelson likes to refer to him, “El Dramatico”. Yes, of course we’re talking about the incredible Jordany Valdespin who came off the bench once again and delivered another dramatic pinch-hit home run to help the Mets beat the Marlins 7-6 and salvage the final game […]

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The Terry Collins Watch Keeps Ticking

An article by posted on May 1, 2013 0 Comments
The Terry Collins Watch Keeps Ticking

Updated on 5/1 Bob Klapisch of The Record, mirrors my post from Monday that the Terry Collins watch has begun: The countdown on Terry Collins began on the first day of pitchers and catchers and nothing so far has made it any easier to believe he’ll be back with the Mets in 2014. Of course, […]

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The Perils of the Poison Pen and the Promise of Tomorrow

An article by posted on April 18, 2013 0 Comments
The Perils of the Poison Pen and the Promise of Tomorrow

Jon Niese gets credit for a quality start according to those stats… As for the others? Well this, my friends, is where our story begins… Behold the Mets’ poison pen and embrace the horror… Josh Edgin has a 9.75 ERA and his fastball is slowing down in velocity by the day. The situation with him […]

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Live From Target Field: Mets Freeze-Dry Twins In 16-5 Win

An article by posted on April 13, 2013 0 Comments
Live From Target Field: Mets Freeze-Dry Twins In 16-5 Win

I was on the phone with Joe D. as I was driving to the park and he asks me if I think they’ll get the game in? I look out my window, light snow showers, “I think so,” I tell him. “Just some light snow at the moment.” I hadn’t been off the phone for […]

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First Impressions On 2013 Mets As I Get Ready To Brave Frozen Target Field

An article by posted on April 12, 2013 0 Comments
First Impressions On 2013 Mets As I Get Ready To Brave Frozen Target Field

Over their first 9 games the Mets have  shown some decidedly encouraging signs, but there have also been some glaring concerns. It’s far too early to draw any real conclusions, but it isn’t too early for a first impression. The Starting Pitching Two words: Matt Harvey. Harvey has been stellar … actually more than stellar, […]

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Marlon Byrd Caps Off Wild Mets Walk-Off Win

An article by posted on April 7, 2013 0 Comments
Marlon Byrd Caps Off Wild Mets Walk-Off Win

There are a lot of indicators for a successful team and the Mets did several of them today in beating the Miami Marlins, 4-3, Sunday. Among them are winning close games, being able to come from behind, clutch hitting and solid relief work. The bullpen kept the Mets in the game until aggressive base running […]

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Scott Rice Gives The Game Ball To His Dad

An article by posted on April 1, 2013 0 Comments
Scott Rice Gives The Game Ball To His Dad

Scott Rice made his Mets and major league debut by pitching a perfect ninth inning in this afternoon’s 11-2 Opening Day win over the San Diego Padres. After the game, Rice told reporters he intends to relich the moment as long as he can and let it all sink in. “Obviously I had a little […]

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2013 Mets Projection: Scott Atchison, RHP

An article by posted on March 23, 2013 0 Comments
2013 Mets Projection: Scott Atchison, RHP

The Mets made possibly their most underrated signings of the offseason in late-January when they signed right-handed relief pitcher Scott Atchison to a minor league contract. Atchison, 36, has bounced around baseball in his 14-year professional career. He came out of TCU as a starting pitcher in the late ’90s. Drafted by the Mariners, he […]

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The Most Underrated Reliever In Baseball Pitches For The Mets

An article by posted on February 14, 2013 0 Comments
The Most Underrated Reliever In Baseball Pitches For The Mets

Grant Brisbee wrote a great article last month that only came to my attention today. While browsing through Baseball Nation I came across a post entitled, Baseball’s Most Underrated Reliever. Over the last five seasons, 40 relief pitchers have posted an ERA under 2.00 with 50 or more innings pitched in a season. Of those […]

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