Tag: Wilfredo Tovar

Hawkins Earns Career Save No. 100 In 4-3 Mets Win Over Philly

An article by posted on September 22, 2013 0 Comments
Hawkins Earns Career Save No. 100 In 4-3 Mets Win Over Philly

Carlos Torres turned in yet another strong start for the Mets today, going six innings and allowing just two runs, en route to a 4-3 victory over the Phillies. Hell, it’s always a good feeling when we sweep the Phillies. Dominic Brown had a hand in both Philadelphia runs off Torres, scoring the first one […]

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Wilfredo Tovar Won’t Start Tonight, But Available Off Bench

An article by posted on September 20, 2013 0 Comments
Wilfredo Tovar Won’t Start Tonight, But Available Off Bench

With Ruben Tejada lost for the season due to a broken leg, the Mets have promoted shortstop Wilfredo Tovar. According to today’s media notes, he is not in tonight’s starting lineup, but will be available off the bench to Terry Collins. I had the privilege of enjoying a summer of baseball watching Wilfredo Tovar play shortstop […]

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Collins Wants Tejada To Reclaim The Shortstop Job In 2014

An article by posted on September 19, 2013 0 Comments
Collins Wants Tejada To Reclaim The Shortstop Job In 2014

(Updated) One day after Terry Collins announced that Ruben Tejada suffered a broken right fibula and would miss the remainder of the season, he challenged his shortstop to comeback next Spring focused and with some fire in his belly. “My message is real simple: this job is his,” Collins said of next year’s starting shortstop gig. “But […]

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Don’t Overlook Wilfredo Tovar For Mets’ Future Shortstop

An article by posted on September 11, 2013 0 Comments
Don’t Overlook Wilfredo Tovar For Mets’ Future Shortstop

A recent Bleacher Report post listed the 2013 New York Met All-Prospect team. At shortstop, Bleacher Report tabbed Gavin Cecchini as this years Met shortstop of the future. Don’t get me wrong, this is not intended to be a knock on Cecchini. As a number one draft selection, Cecchini automatically gains recognition as a highly […]

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B-Mets Eliminated In A Game Marred By Critical Blown Calls From Umpires

An article by posted on September 7, 2013 0 Comments
B-Mets Eliminated In A Game Marred By Critical Blown Calls From Umpires

It was the only game of the year with a four man umpiring crew the entire season in Binghamton. By the end of the night, Binghamton manager Pedro Lopez and his B-Met baseball team and some 4,000 Binghamton fans pined for the return of a three-man crew, or perhaps the two-man officiating teams used to arbitrate a college […]

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B-Mets Suffer Tough Walk-Off Loss In Game One, 6-5

An article by posted on September 4, 2013 0 Comments
B-Mets Suffer Tough Walk-Off Loss In Game One, 6-5

Trenton 6, Binghamton 5 Oh, this sucks…Last night, the Kingsport Mets lost when they had a lead with one out to go…and the Binghamton Mets unfortunately suffered the same fate. Noah Syndergaard had a chance to redeem himself after a bad start by starting Game One of the playoffs for the Binghamton Mets. Thor delivered, […]

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Top 5 Underrated Mets Hitting Prospects

An article by posted on August 29, 2013 0 Comments
Top 5 Underrated Mets Hitting Prospects

JAYCE BOYD TOPS THE LIST With the amount of promising prospects that have come up through the Mets system recently, many fans have become more focused on the minor leagues.  Many view the exciting crop of young players the Mets currently possess as a sign that the team will soon escape mediocrity, so the elite […]

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Tovar Homers Twice, D’Arnaud Triples In 5-4 B-Mets Loss

An article by posted on August 8, 2013 0 Comments
Tovar Homers Twice, D’Arnaud Triples In 5-4 B-Mets Loss

Altoona 5, Binghamton 4 Despite two home runs from Wilfredo Tovar, the Binghamton Mets had three costly throwing errors as they fell to the Altoona Curve, 5-4 on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium. The loss snapped their five-game winning streak. After a scoreless first inning, Binghamton struck the scoreboard in the bottom of the second […]

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Montero and Puello Headline An Exciting Crop Of Prospects Knocking At The Door

An article by posted on June 12, 2013 0 Comments

Here is the rest of my interview with Lynn Worthy, who covers the Binghamton Mets as the regular beat writer for the Press & Sun Bulletin. Lynn provides some great insight on Which player’s performance has impressed you the most thus far and do you believe it will eventually translate well in the majors? The most […]

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Verrett Continues Impressive Campaign In 7-3 B-Mets Win

An article by posted on May 15, 2013 0 Comments
Verrett Continues Impressive Campaign In 7-3 B-Mets Win

Binghamton 7, Akron 3 Many times you can gauge a pitcher’s demeanor, their grit and persistence, when they don’t have their best stuff.  That was the case at Binghamton’s NYSEG Stadium for B-Met starter Logan Verrett in the early going of last nights 7-3 victory over Akron. Verrett has been a mainstay of the Binghamton […]

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