Tag: Wright

Doug’s Dugout: The Boss, The Superstar, And The Race Horse

An article by posted on May 25, 2011 0 Comments

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss: the updated version of the Boss, the scrappy Mets, and other imbecilic thoughts. I have never seen such a firestorm over benign comments made by an owner until the other day when excerpts from Fred Wilpon’s confessional in the New Yorker was released (you see the size of that […]

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Who Is Better To Retain, Wright Or Reyes?

An article by posted on May 17, 2011 0 Comments

Jose Reyes, along with the up and coming Ike Davis, who now is on the DL, have been the best offensive production on the Mets ballclub. Reyes has also become arguably the best player to be the subject of trade rumors this season. While it becomes increasingly likely that Reyes will be dealt do to an inability or lack of interest to […]

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Doug’s Dugout: Wright Out, Father Time, Strike Now

An article by posted on May 16, 2011 0 Comments

In Doug’s Dugout today we discuss: Striking while the iron is hot, Father Time, and other insipid thoughts. In around ten weeks Carlos Beltran will be an ex-Met. That is a foregone conclusion. His comeback is one of the only positive stories the Mets have written this year. But why wait? The iron is hot […]

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F.Mart, Wright, Bay Spark Comeback, Mets Win 6-4

An article by posted on May 14, 2011 0 Comments

After a shaky outing from Dillon Gee, the Mets offense sparked a late rally to take the first game of the series, 6-4 against the Astros. Game Notes DIllon Gee was struggling today to consistently throw strikes, and continually got himself into and then out of jams. Gee allowed four runs in five innings on […]

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From Left Field: Is Citi Field The Problem?

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments

Yesterday, former Met right fielder Jeff Francouer released statements saying that the Mets should consider lowering the left field fence and bringing in the deep gaps of Citi Field. Of course, earlier in the offseason, Francouer, who is currently mashing with the Kansas City Royals, called Citi Field a “damn joke.” Internally, the Mets have […]

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Things I Wish Would Go Away Already

An article by posted on May 11, 2011 0 Comments
Things I Wish Would Go Away Already

Willie Harris had an uncanny ability to make the spectacular play against the Mets, and now as a Met, he’s killing the team from the inside. Hey, lets not place all of the team’s woes on pitchers dropping like flies, the revolving door at second base, and a lack of clutch hitting by the usual […]

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The David Wright Trade Watch Should Be On

An article by posted on May 10, 2011 0 Comments

I was watching SNYs “Wheelhouse” tonight when one of the wheelies Eamon McAnaney gave voice to something I had already been thinking the past few days. The issue on the board was whether the Mets should consider trading Jose Reyes or David Wright or even both as the organization considers how to spend it’s meager […]

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New Mets GFX: Gettem While They’re Hot!

An article by posted on May 9, 2011 0 Comments
New Mets GFX: Gettem While They’re Hot!

After a beautiful Mothers Day yesterday with my son and family, I was feeling so inspired and creative that I decided to spend my evening having some fun and making some new Mets graphics. I hope you like them. All spring long as Carlos Beltran sat out game after game in order to as he said […]

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Get Metsmerized! The Week In Review and A Word Of Thanks

An article by posted on May 1, 2011 0 Comments
Get Metsmerized! The Week In Review and A Word Of Thanks

With our site now producing over 70-80 Mets posts per week, and more than half of those being 100% unique and original content, I thought it was time to try and highlight the weeks greatest hits. Ed Leyro got things started last Sunday with an interesting post in which he ponders the question: Could Ike Davis Be The […]

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Niese Strong, Offense Held In Check, Mets Lose 2-1

An article by posted on April 30, 2011 0 Comments

Jonathon Niese went a strong six and one third innings but the Mets offense was held in check by Roy Halladay and the Mets lost 2-1 to the Phillies. Game Notes Jonathon Niese went out today, and pitched a great game. Jonathon gave up two runs in six and one third innings on six hits, […]

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