Found April 16, 2013 on Mets Merized Online:
Mike Puma of the New York Post, reports that Terry Collins was yelled at five times a day by general manager Sandy Alderson regarding the team’s approach during Spring Training, according to a team source. Alderson insisted that the team had to show the kind of selectivity at the plate that has been a hallmark of the general manager’s career. As a result, the Mets are seeing 156.11 pitches per game in 2013, up from 145.82 in 2012, according to Puma. That increase is being attributed to the team shunning the offensive philosophy that saw them struggle in the second half of last season, or so they say. “It’s getting a good pitch to hit, and these guys are sorting through the pitches they are seeing to get something to hit,” Alderson explained to Puma. “That approach is what really made us successful offensively in 2011 and the first half of 2012, and then we lost the approach. We couldn’t generate any offense in the second half of last year.” The Mets have been doing surprisingly well...

Mets Minors 4/15 Report: Montero Is Just Plain Loco, Nimmo Still Raking, Mazzoni Scratched With Sore Arm

Phil Evans is heating up after making some adjustments to his approach. Last Night’s Quick Scores Savannah (5-5) lost a close one to Rome, 2-1 St. Lucie (7-3) toppled Bradenton, 8-2 Binghamton (6-4) dropped New Hampshire, 6-3 Las Vegas (6-5) beat Fresno in eleven innings, 5-4 Prospect Pipeline Zack Wheeler, who had walked six batters in his first 8.1 innings this season, did...

Mets - Rockies Day-Might Double Header Now A Twi-Night Double Header

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Strong Performance From Logan Verrett Fuels Binghamton Victory

Binghamton 7, Portland 3 The B-Mets scored seven unanswered runs and battled through a 37-minute rain delay en route to a 7-3 victory over the Portland Sea Dogs Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium. Portland took an early lead against B-Met starter Logan Verrett. An RBI double from Tony Thomas in the first, and an inside-the-park home run by Heiker Meneses in the second put the Sea Dogs...

Blast from the Past: Jerry Manuel As Mets Manager

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Rank Relief: The Mets turned cold in Colorado

It took a little longer than usual in the day, but finally had a bullpen collapse.  There were two rounds, although the first is hard to put all on Bobby Parnell.  The Mets were up 8-6 in the 8th inning.  Using 3 relievers and only having one hit out of the infield the Rockies scored 2 runs to tie the game up.  The first base runner was allowed via error and a seeming routine...

Photo: New York Mets playing catch at snow covered Coors Field

Tweet   For the second day in a row the New York Mets had their game postponed because of wintry conditions. Sunday, the Mets were unable to complete their three-game series with the Minnesota Twins due to a mixture of light snow and rain in the Minneapolis area. Monday, the team was scheduled to begin [...]

Mets Interested In Rangers Outfielder Julio Borbon

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