Tag: starting rotation

Week 5 Mets Pitching Review: Colon Gets Top Billing

An article by posted on May 3, 2016 0 Comments
Week 5 Mets Pitching Review: Colon Gets Top Billing

A review of the latest turn through the Mets’ starting rotation: Name Innings Hits Runs (Earned Runs) Strikeouts Walks ERA (Season) WHIP (Season) Quality Start? (Starts/QS) Matt Harvey (2-3) 6.0 7 2(2) 7 1 4.76 1.52 Yes (5/1) Steven Matz (3-1) 6.0 7 0(0) 4 3 3.86 1.52 Yes (4/3) Jacob deGrom (3-0) 6.0 2 […]

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Week One Review of Mets Starting Pitching and Bullpen

An article by posted on April 10, 2016 0 Comments
Week One Review of Mets Starting Pitching and Bullpen

A review of the latest turn through the Mets’ starting rotation: Name Innings Hits Runs (Earned Runs) Strikeouts Walks ERA (Season) WHIP (Season) Matt Harvey (0-1) 5.2 8 4(3) 2 2 4.76 1.765 Noah Syndergaard (1-0) 6.0 3 0 9 1 0.00 .667 Jacob deGrom (1-0) 6.0 5 1(1) 6 0 1.50 .833 Bartolo Colon […]

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How Should The Mets’ Rotation Order Go?

An article by posted on February 19, 2016 0 Comments
How Should The Mets’ Rotation Order Go?

As pitchers and catchers get going in Arizona and Florida, reporters no longer have to ink their annual rankings for teams and positions. Now they can focus on seeing if their prognostication will come true. When it comes to pitching, just about everyone: ESPN’s Buster Onley, Paul Casella of MLB.com, Grant Brisbee of SB Nation and Ted Berg of For […]

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Who Has The NL’s Best Rotation?

An article by posted on December 31, 2015 0 Comments
Who Has The NL’s Best Rotation?

Scott Kazmir was part of one of the worst trade deadline deals in recent history. Let me refresh your memory (or pour salt in an old wound). With the Mets six games out of first and in fourth place in the NL East, GM Jim Duquette sent the Mets’ first round selection and top prospect […]

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Noah Syndergaard: A Tale of Two Pitchers

An article by posted on September 4, 2015 0 Comments
Noah Syndergaard: A Tale of Two Pitchers

Noah Syndergaard has turned heads for his entire baseball career. Before he came up to the Show, he was known for having outstanding stuff which he could not command. Shades of “Nuke” Laloosh in Bull Durham, he threw hard but had no idea where the ball was going. Not even the mascots were safe. This […]

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Should Mets Sign Free Agent Closer David Robertson?

An article by posted on December 7, 2014 0 Comments
Should Mets Sign Free Agent Closer David Robertson?

Daily News columnist John Harper believes the Mets should do something “eye-popping” and sign free-agent closer David Robertson. Harper is skeptical of the Mets closer situation and asks, “Do you really trust Jenrry Mejia?” He refers to Mejia and Jeurys Familia as a tightrope act and adds that even before Bobby Parnell got hurt he […]

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Mets Will Allow Montero To Pitch In Dominican League

An article by posted on October 5, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Will Allow Montero To Pitch In Dominican League

The Mets have granted permission for Rafael Montero to pitch for his native Escondido in the Dominican League this winter. According to ESPN’s Adam Rubin, Montero spoke to Dominican reporter Héctor Gómez. “I’m eager to throw in my country. This will be a dream come true…I am sure Daniel Cabrera, Jorge Sosa, Edward Valdez, Carlos […]

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Biggest Takeaways From the 2014 Season

An article by posted on September 29, 2014 0 Comments
Biggest Takeaways From the 2014 Season

With the Mets 8-3 win yesterday afternoon over the Astros, they closed out what was a rather hectic 2014 season, one filled with both surprises and disappointments, yet one that brought reasons to be optimistic for next season. They finished 79-83, solidly better than last year, but still leaving room to improve. Here are my […]

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Can Dillon Gee Crack 2015 Mets Rotation?

An article by posted on September 18, 2014 0 Comments
Can Dillon Gee Crack 2015 Mets Rotation?

As far as 2015 goes, it seems as if there’s really only one guy with a firm lock on his rotation spot. On opening day, barring any unforeseen circumstances, Matt Harvey will take the mound as the Mets ace. Beyond that, the rotation is as big a mystery as any. There are certain guys that […]

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DeGrom Could Earn A Permanent Rotation Spot

An article by posted on May 22, 2014 0 Comments
DeGrom Could Earn A Permanent Rotation Spot

Even though Jacob deGrom received his second loss in as many starts on Wednesday night, he’s also recorded two quality starts in that time as well. Sure, he has not been flawless in either start but he has certainly impressed. DeGrom made his big league debut on May 15th, tossing seven innings and allowing just […]

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