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June 30, 2007

Twice As Nice

Mets 6 - Phillies 5 Mets 5 - Phillies 2 Day/Night Doubleheader Played Friday, June 29, 2007 Game 1 -- El Duque's Revenge The Mets may have taken 2 of 3 from the Cardinals in their rain-shortened series this week, but the way they were hitting was cause for concern...

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June 29, 2007

Trouble in Paradise?

Those of you who, like me, faithfully catch up on all the Mets news each morning are well aware that a Paul Lo Duca blowup has resurrected talk of a potential Latin/White rift on the New York Mets. Unlike a virtually unsubstantiated rumor of something similar from a blog a...

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June 28, 2007

Glavine Notches 297, Offense Still Sputtering

Mets 2 - Cardinals 0 (6) Played Wednesday, June 27, 2007 The Mets and Cardinals continued their exciting display of inept offense last night. Fortunately for Tom Glavine, David Wright's first inning homer, a really nice catch by Carlos Gomez and a deluge that opened on Shea in the middle...

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Chunky Bits of Tid

I'm not one to look a gift victory in the mouth, but did anyone else feel a bit uncomfortable with the Mets getting a "W" for only six innings of baseball last night? Heck, if my boss told me he didn't care how long I worked, just as long as...

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June 27, 2007

Effort-Loss

I wanted to write this post when I got home from the game last night, but I was so frustrated, angry and disgusted I thought it best to wait until today since Mike has a no curse rule. I normally don't curse, but I was afraid that last night might've...

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The Incredible Shrinking Offense

Cardinals 5 - Mets 3 (11) Played Tuesday, June 26, 2007 After winning an 11 inning game where they didn't hit the night before, the Mets mixed it up by losing an 11 game where they didn't hit. You could make the point that Mike Maroth is a pretty good...

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The Delgado Dilemma

Editor's Note: This is Jack Dickey's first contribution to this blog. - M.S. Most of us who were baseball fans during the 1990s and after recall an image of a fearsome terror north of the border: Carlos Delgado. He was a lethal member of the Blue Jays, and although he...

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June 26, 2007

Oliver, Carlos and John

I guess it's safe to say that not every surprise has been a pleasant one for Mets fans this year. Carlos Delgado's inability to keep his batting average above .230, lingering struggles for key members of the bullpen, and a prolonged June nose-dive have been some of the early low-lights...

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An Improbable Victory Stretches Win Streak to 4

Mets 2 - Cardinals 1 (11) Played Monday, June 25, 2007 When Carlos Gomez homered off Mike Maroth in the third inning to put the Mets up 1-0, it was their second hit of the game. It took the Mets 8 innings to get their next hit. That kind of...

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June 25, 2007

Sweeping Out the Cobwebs

Mets 10 - A's 2 Played Sunday, June 24, 2007 The Mets took another big step towards putting this nightmarish team slump behind them by sweeping the A's behind John Maine yesterday. Although once again not blessed with his absolute best stuff, Maine managed to keep Oakland at bay by...

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June 24, 2007

El Duque Does It Again

Mets 1 - A's 0 Played Saturday, June 23, 2007 He's not throwing a 90 mph fastball or striking out a batter per inning as he did last year, but Orlando Hernandez still figures out how to get it done. Although once again the team failed to reward him with...

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Trades From The Past: Staub for Lolich

Editor's Note: We will publish a post from Barry Duchan every Sunday covering some aspect of Mets history. - M.S. In 1975, Rusty Staub had his best year for the Mets, driving in 105 runs. Then, in the offseason, for reasons few fans could understand, the Mets traded Staub to...

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June 23, 2007

Rhymes with "Grin"

Mets 9 - A's 1 Played Friday, June 22, 2007 For only the fifth time in fifteen tries in June, the Mets managed to walk off the field with a win last night. For Tom Glavine, it was the sixth time that was the charm in finally achieving career win...

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June 22, 2007

Scott Schoeneweis

If you're a regular reader of the comments on this site, you are familiar with the excellent comments dd leaves on this site. However, many of the readers don't check out the comments, and I thought this one from yesterday deserved to be more widely read: I don't believe in...

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The Psychology of the Slump

I remember when the Mets lost seventeen games in a row in 1962. Losing seventeen games in a row is a pretty awful experience under any circumstances, but for the 1962 Mets there was little but dignity at stake. And there wasn't much dignity left when that slump happened. The...

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June 21, 2007

Shea is Ain't So...Good

I don't get it. I can no longer say that we are in a slump. At this point, I'm beginning to think that we are no longer a good baseball team playing poorly. I'm honestly beginning to think that maybe we're just not that good. In any case, I'm here...

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No End in Sight

Twins 6 - Mets 2 Played Wednesday, June 20, 2007 I thought the Mets would win that game last night. I convinced myself before the game started that they would begin to turn things around. But then Perez wasn't really sharp and the offense was borderline pathetic against an extremely...

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Get Stuff for Your Little League Team from David Wright and Nike

Received this email today: This summer, Nike and David Wright are giving local Little Leagues the opportunity to look and feel like their favorite Big League team. This season, for every homerun the Mets third baseman hits, Nike will donate $1,000 worth of new equipment to a selected Little League...

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Appearance on MetsBlog's Mets TalkRadio

I appeared with the great Metstradamus on MetsBlog's Mets TalkRadio last night. You can hear the show by clicking here. Matt and Anthony have been doing a really good job with this radio show. Matt interviewed Omar Minaya the day before. That interview can be heard here. By the way,...

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June 20, 2007

Season Pitching Stats for Triple-A Pitchers

Updated Wednesday, June 20, 2007 Note: These stats have been updated here. If the clock strikes midnight for Jorge Sosa or a starter gets injured, the replacement will most likely come from the New Orleans roster. Here are updated season stats for Adam Bostick, Phil Humber, Brian Lawrence, Mike Pelfrey...

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Forfeit

Twins 9 - Mets 0 Played Tuesday, June 19, 2007 I don't think it's a coincidence that the final score of this one was the official score of a forfeited game. This game wasn't a third of the way over before it seemed as if the Mets should save themselves...

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June 19, 2007

Anyone? Anyone? Buehrle? Buehrle?

So I heard that noted Met booster, Michael Kay, on the radio yesterday talking about a trade for Mark Buehrle. Namely, we give them Lastings Milledge and Mike Pelfrey for the 28 year old free agent to be. My first thought was "stick to the Yankees". Well, not that polite,...

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A Nice Blast from the Past

Mets 8 - Twins 1 Played Monday, June 18, 2007 For one night, at least, the Mets took a vacation from what's been ailing them and played a very good baseball game. It started with excellent pitching from John Maine, included a Carlos Delgado home run to open the scoring,...

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June 18, 2007

Another Loss

Yankees 8 - Mets 2 Played Sunday, June 17, 2007 I hesitated to write about this game today, tired of writing the same things over and over as the June swoon deepens. El Duque had a bad one, but the Mets had another one of those games offensively where the...

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Mets Redux

I would like to come in off the ledge. I don't like heights and it is getting crowded up here. I have decided to be rational and logical, as opposed to emotional, or as I prefer to call it, passionate. Prior to Friday night's game, I said that the Mets...

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What's a GM to Do?

No doubt about it--this has been a brutal two-week slump. At the one-third point of the season on June 4, the Mets were 35-19. In the intervening two weeks they have gone 2-11. And it is not a pretty sight, as just about all aspects of their game has been...

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June 17, 2007

Glavine Shelled Again

Yankees 11 - Mets 8 Played Saturday, June 16, 2007 For three starts spanning from lat May to early June, Tom Glavine pitched well enough to pick up career win number 296 but the offense let him down. The last two times out he was handed 14 runs worth of...

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Trades From The Past - Rusty Staub

Editor's Note: We will publish a post from Barry Duchan every Sunday covering some aspect of Mets history. - M.S. Just before the start of the 1972 season, Mets' manager Gil Hodges died suddenly of a heart attack. A few days later, the Mets announced that Yogi Berra was the...

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June 16, 2007

Return of the Ace

Mets 2 - Yankees 0 Played Friday, June 15, 2007 Oliver Perez had a rough time of it his last time out in Detroit. Those of us who have been watching him all season kind of knew he'd come back with a good one in the Bronx last night. The...

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June 15, 2007

Disliking Bud (Again)

I've read quite a few things over the years that tell me that Bud Selig has been a lot better as the commissioner of MLB than he has been given credit for. Not being a hard-ass by nature, I'm willing from time to time to question my loathing for the...

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Supporting the Battle Against Alzheimer's Disease

Later this month the Mets will host the 3rd Annual Alzheimer's Awareness Day at Shea Stadium. I've been contacted by the publisher of Once Upon A Game: Baseball's Greatest Memories by New York Times staff writer Alan Schwarz. Here is a portion of the press release: "In baseball, the past...

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June 14, 2007

June Quagmire

Dodgers 9 - Mets 1 Played Wednesday, June 13, 2007 I think we're all seeing the dreary sameness that permeates all of the recent losses, rendering these recaps a somewhat repetitive and masochistic quality. The Mets manage to score fairly early in the game and then the offense goes to...

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Jorge Sosa 2007 Season Pitching Stats

Updated Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Note: This chart only includes the 14 games Sosa pitched as a starter. He had 28 appearances after July 27, all as a reliever. Jorge Sosa (7-6) DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 5/5@ARI6.12243202.840.95W 5/11MIL6.22244322.701.05W 5/16CHC7.01115301.290.57W 5/22@ATL4.055643111.252.25L 5/27SFG5.22252103.181.06W May   (5 games)29.2121220181233.641.084-1 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 6/2ARI6.21154111.350.90W 6/8@DET80045200.000.75W 6/13@LAD5.26681119.231.59L 6/19MIN3.175812013.503.00L 6/25STL61165201.501.33W...

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June 13, 2007

LA = Losing Again

Dodgers 4 - Mets 1 Played Tuesday, June 12, 2007 The remorseless drought deepened last night in LA as the Mets dropped their ninth game in 11 attempts this June. What seemed to get a lot of ink from last night's debacle were the three home runs that John Maine...

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Something Besides Losing

I suppose I have to write at least a quick recap for last night's game, but before I do here are a couple of items that aren't about the team not hitting and not winning. Memories of Vern Former Mets bullpen coach Vern Hoscheit passed away Monday at the age...

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John Maine 2007 Season Pitching Stats

Updated Tuesday, January 1, 2008 John Maine (15-10) DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 4/4@STL70016200.000.43W 4/9PHI4.22254613.862.36W 4/18@FLA72227412.570.86W 4/23COL7.21175201.171.17W 4/29@WAS70038300.000.86W April   (5 games)33.15518301721.351.055-0 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 5/4@ARI61167101.501.17W 5/9@SFG63354614.501.83W 5/15CHC53374305.402.00L 5/20NYY55584329.002.20L 5/26@FLA62248403.001.33W May   (5 games)28141430271734.501.683-2 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 6/1ARI62257013.000.83L 6/7PHI72262002.570.86L 6/12@LAD5.14472236.751.69L 6/18MIN7.11144201.230.82W 6/24OAK72256012.570.71W 6/29@PHI82146001.130.50W June   (6 games)40.213123127452.660.863-3 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 7/5@HOU7.22269202.351.04W 7/13CIN4.27463317.711.93L 7/18@SDP64475226.001.50L 7/25PIT72257112.570.86W 7/29WAS50015000.000.20W July...

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June 12, 2007

(Still) Lost in LA

Dodgers 5 - Mets 3 Played Monday, June 11, 2007 The game seemed to offer the promise of some Mets offense when they scored a pair of runs off Randy Wolf in the first inning without the benefit of a home run. Unfortunately, the only run they were able to...

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Orlando Hernandez 2007 Season Pitching Stats

Updated Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Note: This chart only includes the 24 games Hernandez pitched as a starter. He had 3.2 innings in 3 appearances at the end of September as a reliever. Orlando Hernandez (9-5) DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 4/3@STL71150211.291.00W 4/8@ATL61126411.501.00L 4/14WAS566843310.802.20L 4/19@FLA721310201.290.71W 4/24COL70045200.000.86W April   (5 games)3210922251352.531.093-2 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 5/25@FLA60024000.000.33W...

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June 11, 2007

Cold Turkey

I am sure that none of you have noticed, but I have not posted in over two weeks. Pete and I were in Italy with our friends. We left on May 25th following the Braves series and returned last evening. My luggage, however, was having such a great time, it...

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This One Was Glavine

Tigers 15 - Mets 7 Played Sunday, June 10, 2007 I doubt it was much consolation to Tom Glavine that this loss (and failure to win number 296) was all on him, but after coming up short in 3 consecutive solid performances, this time it was all about his pitching....

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Perez Has a Bad One

Tigers 8 - Mets 7 Played Saturday, June 9, 2007 After a May that featured a 4-1 record, and ERA just a sliver over 2 and a WHIP under .9, Oliver Perez was probably due to stink. As I recall, even Tom Seaver did occasionally. Actually, for an admittedly bad...

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Tom Glavine 2007 Season Pitching Stats

Updated Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Tom Glavine (13-8) DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 4/1@STL61162101.501.00W 4/7@ATL5.15242313.381.31L 4/12PHI63344324.501.17W 4/17@PHI61163501.501.83W 4/22ATL63375014.501.17L 4/28@WAS61132101.500.67W April   (6 games)35.1141130181342.801.224-2 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 5/3@ARI64454026.000.83W 5/8@SFG71175111.291.14W 5/14CHC64462406.001.67W 5/19NYY63392214.501.83W 5/24@ATL62252213.001.17L 5/30SFG73394203.861.57L May   (6 games)38.0171741191154.031.224-2 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 6/5PHI72284102.571.37L 6/10@DET4.1991122118.693.00L 6/16@NYY477803215.752.75L 6/22OAK81165211.131.00W 6/27STL60011200.000.50W June   (5 games)29.1191934121045.831.502-3 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 7/2@COL66693516.002.33L 7/7@HOU73351103.860.86W 7/14CIN81125011.130.25W 7/19@LAD2661001227.005.50W 7/25PIT63382314.501.83W...

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Oliver Perez 2007 Season Pitching Stats

Updated Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Oliver Perez (15-10) DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 4/6@ATL71156011.290.71W 4/11PHI2.233127010.123.37L 4/21ATL6.22299002.701.35W 4/27@WAS74489015.141.14L April   (4 games)23.110102326723.861.412-2 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 5/2FLA5.231310301.591.06W 5/7@SFG4.28251223.861.50L 5/13MIL8.11126211.080.50W 5/18NYY7.22255212.350.91W 5/23@ATL70045200.000.86W 5/29SFG73358033.860.71W May   (6 games)40.117924351122.010.875-1 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 6/3ARI73345303.861.00L 6/9@DET55574519.002.40L 6/15@NYY7.10056300.001.09W 6/20MIN5.14453516.751.88L 6/26STL6.12256302.841.26L June   (5 games)31141426241924.061.451-4 DateOpp.IPRERHKBBHRERAWHIPTeam Result 7/15CIN62266313.001.50W 7/20@LAD7.11168311.231.23W 7/26PIT65059110.001.00L July   (3 games)19.1831723731.401.242-1...

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My Comment Doesn't Show Up On the Site

I've had a couple of emails recently asking why a comment the user posted didn't make it onto the site. While a very small number of comments get blocked for bad language, the most likely explanation for this happening is that it was incorrectly blocked by a filter looking for...

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Top 10 Mets Questions Right Now

1.  How long can and will the Mets go with a less than 100% Scott Schoeneweis? So, why not DL Schoeneweis for a few weeks to mend and look at some other options? The man has a tendon problem at the back of his push-off leg for Pete's sake. And...

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June 10, 2007

Trades From The Distant Past - A Trade That Never Was

Editor's Note: We will publish a post from Barry Duchan every Sunday covering some aspect of Mets history. - M.S. It was late 1966 and the Winter Meetings had just ended. It was a Sunday night, and I'm not sure if I'd missed "Bill Mazer's Sports Extra" on Channel 5,...

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June 9, 2007

Sosa Stops the Bleeding

Mets 3 - Tigers 0 Played Friday, June 8, 2007 Every season offers up its own story lines, both good and bad. On one hand, 2007 has offered us the sad sight of outfielders dropping like flies, but on the other we have been treated to some much more cheerful...

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Catching Up, Part 2

Phillies 6 - Mets 3 (10) Played Thursday, June 7, 2007 This was John Maine's turn to be denied a win he had earned with a great performance. Maine has really found himself again in his last 3 starts after struggling for most of May. He hasn't allowed a walk...

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Catching Up, Part 1

Phillies 4 - Mets 2 Played Wednesday, June 6, 2007 Just catching up on the pitching charts for the last two games of the Phillies series. This one was from Wednesday with the amazing Orlando Hernandez keeping the Phillies off the board for 6 innings without his best stuff. Sadly,...

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June 8, 2007

Can You Smell What Schoeney is Cooking?

"Scott. Customers at table 60. And this time, don't screw it up." "Yes, sir, Mr. Randolph." His shoulders slumped as he headed to the table dejectedly. The middle-aged couple looked up from their menus and smiled. "Good evening, folks, and welcome to Schoeney's. I'm Scott, and I'll be serving it...

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June 7, 2007

(Not) Taking Care of Business

I've been writing for a while now how I don't have the same feeling watching this year's team as I did last year. Of course they get some slack for their current struggles for all the injuries they have suffered, but they certainly haven't shown the same toughness in the...

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June 6, 2007

The Offense Takes Another Night Off

Phillies 4 - Mets 2 (11) Played Tuesday, June 5, 2007 Sorry for the late post, it was a very busy day with work. Not much to say about last night's game, anyway. Carlos Beltran can be forgiven for being a little rusty, but when the Mets get their walking...

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June 5, 2007

Mets Pitching 55 Games In

The Mets are now exactly one game past a third of the way through the season. With 33% of the games and just under 500 innings in the book, I think it's fair to say the staff has debunked the extravagant predictions for their failure in 2007: Mets Pitching Staff...

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Pedro Sighting

Just caught this tucked into one of Will Carroll's Under the Knife columns at Baseball Prospectus. We have a Mark Mulder sighting. The Cardinals pitcher will get on a mound for the first time this week, though this is more of a test than the start of something. Depending on...

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June 4, 2007

No Offense Leads To Series Loss

Diamondbacks 4 - Mets 1 Played Sunday, June 3, 2007 For four innings yesterday, Oliver Perez pitched as well as I've ever seen from any Mets starting pitcher in the thousands of baseball games I have watched in my lifetime. Unfortunately, Oliver had a couple of bad innings that cost...

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Short Stops

One-Third the Way Yes, we are already at the 54 game mark and the Amazins are on track for a 105-57 season. The Mets have done this with creative general managing, intuitive managing, instructive coaching, startling pitching and great role playing. At the same time, they have never been at...

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El Duque

We had some discussion on this site about Orlando Hernandez after his impressive win over the Giants last week. Eduardo S. Fernandez left a comment with a link to a terrific story on Hernandez by Doug Padilla of the Chicago Sun-Times in January of 2005. Among other things, we learn...

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June 3, 2007

Trades From The Distant Past - Donn Clendenon

Editor's Note: We will publish a post from Barry Duchan every Sunday covering some aspect of Mets history. - M.S. One of the few Mets' trades that actually worked out for both teams was the one that brought Donn Clendenon from Montreal on June 15, 1969. Clendenon had actually been...

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June 2, 2007

Another Win for Sosa

Mets 7 - Diamondbacks 1 Played Saturday, June 2, 2007 A big difference between this season and last has been the starting rotation. It seemed for much of the 2006 season as if the Mets were running a guy out there every fifth day that didn't belong in the major...

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No Support for Maine

Diamondbacks 5 - Mets 1 Played Friday, June 1, 2007 On a night when Brandon Webb was on his game and the Mets lineup featured Damion Easley in the 3-hole, the odds were stacked against John Maine. One bad pitch cost him the game, but it was the best we've...

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June 1, 2007

No Excuse for Sleazy Journalism

Alex Rodriguez has a way of finding negative publicity, whether on the field or off. The sordid photographs of A-Rod walking into a strip club with a large-breasted woman he wasn't married to that the New York Post deemed newsworthy are Alex's latest brush with infamy. Although it's hard not...

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Meeting Phillip Humber

New Orleans native and Mets fan Chad Bordelon passes along a close encounter with Phillip Humber in the stands of a Zephyrs game while Humber was charting pitches: By the way I sat next to Phil Humber for the last half of the game. This guy is gold. He's the...

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Hernandez Puts Giants to Sleep

Mets 4 - Giants 2 Played Thursday, May 31, 2007 For three batters, it looked like the San Francisco Giants had El Duque's number. Two hits and a sacrifice fly made the 41-year-old Cuban look fragile and vulnerable as the Giants jumped out 2-0 on him. By the time the...

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