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The hot-hitting Allan Dykstra, who received a little nod in a Prospect Spotlight yesterday, is also our MMN Player of the Week!
Dykstra had a nice fling with the longball last week, slamming three homers to lead all Mets organizational players.
His overall line on the week was .588/.696/1.118, as he supplemented his hot hitting with six walks at the plate.
He drove in eight runs as well. Dykstra, and to this point in June, owns a .412/.553/.824 line and is striking fear into the hearts of any opposing pitching.
Here’s what Matt M. had to say about Dykstra yesterday…
It’s fun to watch him starting to mesh his physical ability with the wisdom he’s gained since being drafted in 2008. Those two things coming together are bringing some major results on the field for a career year. Here’s how he stacks up against some of his fellow Eastern League counterparts:
.318 batting average (5th)
.585 slug% (2nd)
.470 on-base% (.470)
42 RBIs (7th)
48 walks (1st)
1.055 OPS (1st)
While this is a ye...
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Fred Wilpon spoke with Steven Marcus of Newsday on Monday and said he is confident in Sandy Alderson’s plan for the Mets. The Mets owner added that things will improve now that the big unproductive contracts are coming off the books.
“We’re coming to the end of the time when we have had an overhang of players who got hurt or didn’t play well, and I think that Sandy Alderson...
The Mets lost in Atlanta by a score of 5-3 tonight at Turner Field, evening the 5-game series at two games apiece heading into tomorrow’s rubber match. Shaun Marcum pitched for the Mets and battled through the first few innings before being burned by a 3-run home run off the bat of Chris Johnson.
Freshly acquired Eric Young led off the game with a single for New York, but the Mets...
David Wright, 3B
MMO Player of the Week!
Just when we thought it couldn’t get any worse, the Mets go ahead and prove us wrong. Although it’s a long shot to say that anybody was expecting to win a series against the best team in baseball (and the way this team was playing, against the Cubs), hopes were not high coming into the week. The streaky defense and simply atrocious offense...
An unfamiliar feeling of hope for the future resonated all around the New York Mets at Turner Field on Tuesday after two young, hard-throwing arms in the team’s starting rotation came out with brilliant pitching performances in a doubleheader sweep of the Atlanta Braves. First up was Matt Harvey, who had yet another brilliant [...]The post Mets P Zach Wheeler doused with beer...
Been really tough to watch the Mets this year as all us die hards know. Even for me I just cant sit night after night watching the Mets score one or 2 runs with 5 hits. ZZZZZ . My partners in crime text me and ask are you watching this mess and I usually tell them I am busy with other things. A 2 year old will do that to you.
Of course yesterday being fathers day...
Normally when a pitcher throws a complete game on the road, it means they won. However, Mets fans know better than to think they are anything close to normal.
One night after the Mets continued the downward spiral of humanity by celebrating a game they didn’t deserve to win, Karma reared her ugly head and forced some the Mets’ own medicine down their throat.
Dillon Gee had perhaps...
Table of Contents
Here’s the table of contents for today’s edition of the Daily Notes.
1. A Brief Review of Zack Wheeler’s Debut Start
2. Today’s MLB.TV Free Game
3. Today’s Complete Schedule
A Brief Review of Zack Wheeler’s Debut Start
Prized Mets right-handed prospect Zack Wheeler made his major-league debut on Tuesday. What follows is a brief review of...
New York Mets vs Atlanta Braves
Turner Field, Atlanta • 7:10 PM
Shaun Macum (0-8, 5.43) vs Kris Medlen (3-7, 3.09)
Eric Young, Jr. – CF
Daniel Murphy – 2B
David Wright – 3B
Marlon Byrd – RF
Lucas Duda – 1B
John Buck – C
Kirk Nieuwenhuis – LF
Omar Quintanilla – SS
Shaun Marcum – RHP
The Mets have placed Scott Atchison on the disabled...
After a long day at Turner Field, the future suddenly looks a lot brighter for the New York Mets.
Just imagine Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler at the top of the rotation for years to come.
''I hope people saw this,'' said manager Terry Collins, no doubt referring to New York's long-suffering NL fans. ''Certainly they're going to enjoy watching these...
Matt Oberste grew up in Oklahoma as a lone ranger. As the majority of the population flocked to the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers, he sought solace with another team: The New York Mets. His favorite player? David Wright, who he modeled himself after growing up.
Oberste was selected by the Mets in the seventh-round of the 2013 MLB Amateur Draft and quickly signed with the...
Mets begin a five-game series with the Braves. First game in the showdown starts at 7:10 PM
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Matt Harvey didn’t throw a no-hitter against the Braves on Tuesday, but he did almost do that, not allowing a hit until the bottom of the seventh. It’s not that Harvey relied entirely on the strikeout — of the batters he faced, 13 didn’t whiff. But then, of the batters he faced, 13 did whiff, and Harvey’s season rate is verging on 30%. Matt Harvey was already good a year...
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