Entries from Mike's Mets tagged with 'Pedro Feliciano'

Silence Is Golden

When I was a kid I was raised primarily by my grandmother, who I wrote about at some length in this piece. No one on earth loved me more than this great woman, but on occasions when I got on...

Season Preview: The Bullpen

The news is out on the latest round of cuts, and they pretty well clarify the bullpen the Mets are going north with: Francisco Rodriguez (R) Ryota Igarashi (R) Jenrry Mejia (R) Sean Green (R) Fernando Nieve (R) Hisanori Takahashi...

Insert Superlative Here for Johan

Game 26: Mets 1 - Phillies 0 I'm old enough to remember all the great Mets pitchers: Seaver, Koosman, the underrated Jon Matlack and Gooden. There were many near-greats who put up some great seasons: Swan, Darling, Ojeda, El Sid,...

Two Weeks to Go -- The Bullpen

It's not exactly a secret that the Mets bullpen was their downfall last September, so it's no surprise that most of us are wishing, hoping and praying that this year's edition performs as well as it looks on paper. In...

Sean Green and Bullpen Lessons

I remember at the time of the trade for J.J. Putz hearing some good things about the other Mariners reliever acquired in the deal. I remember checking his stats out and noting that he had really good numbers for the...

Bullpen Thoughts

A couple of weeks ago, FoxSports.com's Dayn Perry weighed in on Francisco Rodriguez' "team to beat" quote. I myself didn't feel the need to weigh in on it at the time because I think this whole Mets-Phillies back and forth...

Demolition Man, Part II - The Dreaded Bullpen

By its very nature, a major league bullpen is made up of a motley crew of assorted parts. The veteran, who's trying to hang on with what he's still got left. The young kid, who's too wild and not mature...

Winning One for Johan

Game 119: Mets 4 - Nationals 3 On a day when he didn't have his best stuff, Johan Santana handed a couple of leads back to the Nationals. For a change, though, the lead that was handed to the bullpen...

Feed Subscription

If you use an RSS reader, you can subscribe to a feed of all future entries tagged 'Pedro Feliciano'. [What is this?]

Subscribe to feed Subscribe to feed

Other Tags

Other tags used on this blog: