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Wow, what a game!
The Mets combined a solid start by Jeremy Hefner with a huge ninth inning rally and a clutch save by Frank Francisco to stun the Miami Marlins by a score of 5-3 on Saturday night.
After Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen pulled his ace Josh Johnson while in the midst of a three-hitter, the Mets came roaring back from the dead to score four runs in the ninth inning to wipe out a two-run deficit and take a two run lead heading into the bottom of the ninth when the Mets closer pitched a 1-2-3 inning to clinch the victory and guarantee another series win for the Mets. Thank you Ozzie, you have a friend in me…
Young righthander Jeremy Hefner, fresh off his solid start against the Astros, was in command tonight and delivered another quality start while holding the Marlins in check. Hefner threw six innings and gave up two runs on six hits while striking out four. He didn’t factor into the decision, but kudos to the kid for a job well done.
The Mets couldn’t muster much again...
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The Mets used four pitchers last night and the one who likely did the worst job on the night – Ramon Ramirez – came away with the Win. That’s the way it goes sometimes because no statistic is perfect. The annoying thing is that many people will forgive the imperfections of certain stats, like Wins, yet are not willing to give other stats a chance because they focus only...
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R.A. Dickey delivered a complete game to pick up his 17th win and Ike Davis produced a two-run homer as the Mets beat the Miami Marlins, 3-0, Friday night.
Cincinnati's Johnny Cueto, Washington's Gio Gonzalez and Dickey share the major league lead in wins. Dickey's 190 strikeouts rank second in the NL, two behind the Dodgers' Clayton Kershaw...
Jason Bay’s 1st Inning Grand Slam
The Mets swept the Miami Marlins on Sunday afternoon, defeating the fish by a score of 5-1. All of the Mets scoring was done in the first inning which included a Jason Bay grand slam.
Shortstop Ronny Cedeno led off the ballgame with a double, and second baseman Justin Turner followed with one of his own to shift Cedeno over to third base. David...
R.A. Dickey took complete control of the first game, in what begins the Mets’ second to last regular season series in Marlins Park. Robert Allen is earned his league leading 17th win and 3rd complete game shutout of the season against a struggling Marlins lineup.
The Mets struck first and jumped to a quick one run lead after Ike Davis lifted a sac fly ball that brought home...
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Kelly Shoppach has been solid since coming to the Mets.
The Mets came back to win 5-3 against the Miami Marlins tonight. Jeremy Hefner threw 6 innings of two run ball en route to the victory. Manny Acosta added a scoreless inning of relief while Frank Francisco came on in the ninth and earned his 23rd save of the season.
The Mets had difficulty with Josh Johnson until Josh Thole...
And some Mets fans out there think Terry Collins should be fired? HA! What a job by Ozzie Guillen last night. MarLOLins Ace Josh Johnson, was mowing down Mets hitters all night and carried a 2-1 lead into the 9th inning. But as what has become a custom, the closer automatically was brought in to the 9th inning, to add to a meaningless stat. Johnson had only thrown 105 pitches...
A lot can be said about the culture of a franchise and what it can do to both the confidence of the players and the fan base. The best example unfortunately comes from the Bronx where we find the Yankees who are almost synonymous with winning. In Queens though, things never seem to go as well. I don’t want to flat out call it a culture of mediocrity, but watching the fan...
Jenrry Mejia returns this September
As much as we all hoped the Mets would contend this season, we all had to know in the back of our minds that it was a long shot. They took us on a fun ride through the first half, but showed what they really were around the all-star break. Now it’s time to turn our attention to the September call-ups and the playoff chases down the stretch.
Jason Bay’s Grand Slam – The Shot Heard ‘Round SNY
It was great to see the Mets complete the sweep of the Miami Marlins after their 5-1 victory on Saturday, but what was with that over-the-top, public display of affection for Jason Bay on SNY afterward?
Did any of you happen to catch that or are you among those that change the channel immediately after the last out of a Mets...
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N.Y. Mets (62-70) «000100200341
W: R. Dickey (17-4) L: N. Eovaldi (4-10)
HR: NYM - I. Davis (25) MIA - None
R.A. Dickey's magical season continued as the New York Mets took the opener of a three-game set against the Miami Marlins, 3-0.
Dickey (17-4) matched the Cincinnati Reds'...
New York Mets (64-70) at St. Louis Cardinals (72-62) 2:15 PM ET
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C. McHugh (R) 1 0-0 0.007.00-00.008/23COLND7.0200-07.00.00
J. Kelly (R) 13 4-6 3.615.22-33.068/29@PITL5.0851-113.24.61
Rookie right-hander Joe Kelly tries to maintain his team's hold on a playoff spot Monday afternoon...
The Mets head down to Miami today to take on the Marlins in what will be an important series to stay out of the basement of the National League East. Going into yesterday’s game the Mets had a four game winning streak that was snapped even after a quality start of Jon Niese and the bullpen holding down the fort. Tonight R.A. Dickey takes the mound as he faces Nathan Eovaldi, who...
MIAMI -- R.A. Dickey won his 17th game of the season, tying him for the major-league lead, as the Mets defeated the Marlins, 3-0, Friday night before 23,099 fans at Marlins Park. The Mets' veteran allowed five hits and three walks, striking out seven. He improved to 17-4 with a 2.63 ERA. Dickey was supported by Ike Davis, who slugged his 25th homer of the season, a two...
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