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 →
The Mets sent their lineup out this morning via Twitter and something was unusual about it. For just the seventh time in his career, Ruben Tejada will be hitting leadoff. In 32 total at-bats in the leadoff position, Ruben has hit .219. However, the Mets need someone to fill in for Andres Torres until he is able to return to… Read more →
Mets writer Tim Horodyski submitted two guest posts, which you can always do by filling out the “Contact” form on the site. Click read more to read Tim’s articles.
Mike Pelfrey was looking to bounce back from a rough first outing against the Miami Marlins today as he faced the St. Louis Cardinals in his second spring start. After allowing four runs on six hits in 2.2 innings, Mike struggled again. 4.1 IP, 6H, 4 ER, 2 HR, That was Pelfrey’s line from today. He clearly didn’t pitch well… Read more →
Here is some news from regarding the Mets organization The Mets sent someone to watch former Devil Rays ace Scott Kazmir pitch.. He didn’t impress. Matt Harvey threw live BP yesterday and apparently impressed everyone, according to Anthony DiComo of Mets.com. He has received nothing but praise this spring for his mechanics and movement on his pitches. The Mets officially… Read more →
Here is some news from regarding the Mets organization Shortstop Ruben Tejada is expected to arrive in camp today, according to Andy McCullough of the Star-Ledger. According to the article, Ruben and Daniel Murphy will be working together every day for all of spring training once Tejada arrives. McCullough also reported that the Mets will be pushing back Johan Santana‘s first… 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 →
(Sorry for the delay in posting this.) 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. Ruben Tejada has some huge shoes to fill this year. After “The Traitor,” “The Benedict Arnold of Baseball,”… Read more →