Tag: spring training

Parnell Has Successful Surgery To Repair Herniated Disk

An article by posted on September 11, 2013 0 Comments
Parnell Has Successful Surgery To Repair Herniated Disk

Before tonight’s game against the Washington Nationals, the Mets announced that closer Bobby Parnell had surgery to repair the herniated disk in his neck. The procedure was performed by renowned spinal surgeon Dr. Robert Watkins in California. Dr. Robert Watkins has treated more professional athletes with spinal injuries than any other surgeon in the world. […]

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Mets To Play Au Pair In Montreal Next Spring

An article by posted on September 9, 2013 0 Comments
Mets To Play Au Pair In Montreal Next Spring

#BlueJays are expected to announce tomorrow plans for two spring games versus #Mets at Montreal's Olympic Stadium next year. — Shi Davidi (@ShiDavidi) September 9, 2013 As reported by Shi Davidi, The Mets and Toronto Blue Jays will play a pair of spring-training games at Olympic Stadium in Montreal next March. According to Adam Rubin, the Mets […]

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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “Oh, Sandy” Edition

An article by posted on September 1, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “Oh, Sandy” Edition

Sometimes I wonder why I even read some Mets related posts on Facebook or Twitter. If you were to gauge the Mets fan base on the way General Manager, Sandy Alderson has run the team, well you would think that this team was based out of Miami. Yes, I realize that the lunatic fringe faction […]

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From the Organization That Brought Us Generation K, the Mets Now Present Generation DL

An article by posted on August 27, 2013 0 Comments
From the Organization That Brought Us Generation K, the Mets Now Present Generation DL

I can’t even count how many times broadcasters, commentators or play-by-play announcers have started a sentence with: “The Mets, an organization known for pitching…” Really??? Perhaps it’s time to rethink exactly how knowledgeable the Mets are when it comes to pitching. In one of the first scenes in the classic Field of Dreams, Ray Kinsella […]

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Are The Mets Delaying The Inevitable With Parnell?

An article by posted on August 23, 2013 0 Comments
Are The Mets Delaying The Inevitable With Parnell?

While New York Mets closer Bobby Parnell continues on the shelf with the prospect of surgery on his herniated disk, the question burns: What are he and the Mets waiting for? Perhaps he can rehab to where surgery isn’t needed, but those odds are getting long. Yes, yes, it is his body and nobody can force surgery […]

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Mejia Takes Cue From Harvey, Says It’s Better To Pitch Intelligently Than Harder

An article by posted on August 10, 2013 0 Comments
Mejia Takes Cue From Harvey, Says It’s Better To Pitch Intelligently Than Harder

Jorge Castillo of the Star Ledger, spoke with Jenrry Mejia on his noticeably reduced velocity in his last start and for those of you who may have been worried, fret not. Mejia, has intentionally dialed back on his fastball velocity to avoid the discomfort in his elbow which is being caused by floating debris – a common occurrence for a […]

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Shawn Teufel Promoted To St. Lucie As Tim Byrdak Moves Onto Vegas

An article by posted on August 5, 2013 0 Comments
Shawn Teufel Promoted To St. Lucie As Tim Byrdak Moves Onto Vegas

Shawn Teufel, the son of Mets third base coach  Tim Teufel, is reported via Twitter that he has been promoted from the Brooklyn Cyclones to the St. Lucie Mets in High-A. It will be his fourth different Mets affiliate he’s played for this season. According to Matt Musico of MetsMinors.net, Teufel has split 30 appearances […]

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Who’s On First? A Look At A Mets Position That’s Still Up In The Air

An article by posted on July 27, 2013 0 Comments
Who’s On First? A Look At A Mets Position That’s Still Up In The Air

Outside of third base, there aren’t a lot of positions on the Mets that one could consider truly “locked up,” but first base is one that many felt had had a flag planted by Ike Davis by the end of last season. True, this would have been an assumption primarily based on 1 ½ seasons […]

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Wheeler Takes Another Step Forward, His Former Team Is Up Next

An article by posted on July 6, 2013 0 Comments
Wheeler Takes Another Step Forward, His Former Team Is Up Next

In the midst of all the Keystone Cops slapstick last night, Zack Wheeler made his fourth start of the season and delivered a somewhat uneven performance. It wasn’t bad, it wasn’t great, it was a step in the right direction. “I’m happy about my outing, even though there were some low points,” Wheeler explained. “Falling […]

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Den Dekker Starting In CF For St. Lucie Tonight

An article by posted on June 17, 2013 0 Comments
Den Dekker Starting In CF For St. Lucie Tonight

Some more encouraging news in the world of Mets injuries — Matt den Dekker is in the starting line-up for the St. Lucie Mets tonight as he looks to work his way back into the Mets outfield picture. He is batting lead-off and playing center field. The young outfielder was cleared for game action back on June […]

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