The Mets improved to 4-0 tonight as they beat the Nationals at Citi Field by a score of 4-3. Mike Pelfrey started the game for the Amazin’s, and gave up three runs on ten hits in 5.2 innings. He really wasn’t bad. He struck out a career-high eight batters and was decent enough to keep the Mets in the game,… Read more →
Although the Met offense looked great today, pounding the Braves’ pitching staff for seven runs on eleven hits, the real story of the day may have been what Niese did- or almost did. Recently-extended Jonathon Niese was stellar through six, holding the Braves hitless until Freddie Freeman broke it up in the seventh. Still waiting on that Met no-hitter. The… Read more →
Here is some news from regarding the Mets organization Ruben Tejada‘s arrival to camp has been delayed by visa issues, despite the fact that the Mets arranged his working visa months in advance, and Terry Collins is upset about it. Jason Bay believes his two bad years are now behind him. Bay’s slugging percentage dropped from a career .519 before… Read more →
It’s season preview time! Each Saturday I will analyze each position, lookinHpog at the quality, as well as the depth of the Met roster, and how players at each position could perform this season. Enjoy. 2012 will be one that will make or break the career of the guy manning the hot corner in Queens. David Wright will need to… Read more →
It’s season preview time! Each Saturday I will analyze each position, looking at the quality, as well as the depth of the Met roster, and how players at each position could perform this season. Enjoy. The Mets will be praying for the successful return of second baseman Daniel Murphy in 2012 as he tries to build off a fantastic season… Read more →
Here is my continuation of the offseason to-do list… (To see part one, click here) 4. Shop Lucas Duda With Daniel Murphy and Ike Davis coming back next year, the Mets don’t have much room for Duda. Yes, he can play right field, but if the Mets want to make a move for a first baseman this winter (moving Ike… Read more →
At 26, Daniel Murphy has proven himself a major league hitter. However, he hasn’t proven himself as a major league fielder. So, what should the Mets do with him? Do they actually have room in the outfield or infield to put him? Probably not, so why not think about trading him.