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Morning Mets Links: July 19, 2012

July 19, 2012 // 0 Comments

(NOTE: I’m trying out a new format for the morning links. Let me know what you think.) Here are this morning’s Morning Mets Links: Frank Francisco will probably not return until August with a left oblique injury. Francisco recently suffered a setback and will not begin his rehab [...]

Bullpen Implodes, Mets Lose 8-2

April 15, 2012 // 0 Comments

The scoring in today’s game was completely backwards. If you told me the Phillies would score eight runs today, I would have said they would have been scored on Mike Pelfrey and not the Mets bullpen- which has been lights-out this season. That was not the case today. Pelfrey, making his [...]

Mets Sweep Braves Behind Niese, Offense

April 8, 2012 // 0 Comments

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 [...]

2011: The season in review

October 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

The Mets ushered out the 2011 season in an afternoon win against the Reds on Tuesday. They finished up with a 77-85 record, “earning” them fourth place in the NL East, worse than what was expected by most at the beginning of the year. Today, we’ll look into the big headlines of [...]

Mets battle back, fall to Nationals in ninth 8-7

September 3, 2011 // 0 Comments

Coming off a solid 7-3 victory in D.C., the Mets sent Dillon Gee to the hill to take on rookie Tom Milone. Gee started off the game by giving up a lead off home run to Ian Desmond down the left field line after a scoreless first by the Mets. After a scoreless second for [...]
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