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Last Night’s Quick Scores
Las Vegas lost to Salt Lake, 7-5.
Binghamton slipped by Portland, 3-2.
Savannah defeated Augusta, 2-1.
St. Lucie shut out Bradenton, 1-0.
Logan Verrett was pretty damn good in yesterday’s game, scattering three hits over seven innings while striking out nine. He allowed just one earned run and walked none. In fact, as Mitch pointed out, “over Verrett’s past two starts, he has pitched 13 innings, striking out nineteen batters and walking none. That’s completely ridiculous.” Verrett is the midst of a really impressive season and is thrusting himself right into the middle of prospect radars.
Mitch also mentioned last night that Rafael Montero was on the mound today – and he will be looking to build on a successful outing during his quick stint in AAA, where he lasted six-and-two-thirds innings and allowed just four hits and two earned runs.
Angel Cuan was not to be outdone by anyone last night, as he twirled seven shutout innings for St. L...
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It's official. Mets starter Matt Harvey is having the best year ever, both off the field and on.
As the Mets wait through a second rain delay and the score tied at 5-5 against the Braves, Ike Davis looked worse than ever tonight at Citi Field.
The slumping first baseman is 0-4 with four strikeouts as they wait for the rain to stop. This has become unbearable.
Meanwhile, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reminds us that infield prospect Wilmer Flores continues to log time at first...
It’s been mentioned a lot this season, but the big league outfield of the New York Mets has a lot to be desired. Heading into spring training last February, there was hope one of the unproven outfielders brought into camp would step up to the challenge.
Collin Cowgill did just that; he hit .303/.378/.591 in 66 spring training at-bats, and earned the honor of being the starting...
Since the beginning of the 2012 season the Mets have been patient with Ike Davis’s struggles. They even kept him in the majors, allowing him to turn around his season, putting up a wRC+ of 141, offsetting his wRC+ of 79 in the first half. However, his start to this season has been nightmarish. Hitting a humbling line of .137/.236/.245, the public has expressed its discontent with...
It has been quite a rookie season for New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey. Harvey has been stellar on the mound posting a 5-0 record with a 1.93 ERA and a 0.83 WHIP. The 24-year-old right hander has also been active off the diamond hooking up with Swimsuit Model Anne V.
Harvey and Anne Vyalitsyna met at a Rangers hockey game according to US Weekly and the two exchanged phone numbers...
The Mets’ bullpen may soon be getting some much needed relief of their own as relievers Jeurys Familia and Scott Atchison both began their rehab assignments with Advanced-A St. Lucie on Saturday.
Each reliever tossed a scoreless 1-2-3 inning and struck out one as they began their road back to the Mets.
Familia, 22, who was placed on the disabled list with right biceps tendinitis...
Draft day is approaching quick; June 6th to be exact. The most important phase of the June rule IV Player Draft is the first round, which is speculated over and over every year. The first round usually sets the tone for priority of picks by selecting players teams feel have the highest ceiling or amount of polish in the draft. Though baseball sites do not know the inside of any organization...
Daniel Murphy – 2B
Rick Ankiel – CF
David Wright – 3B
Lucas Duda – LF
John Buck – C
Marlon Byrd – RF
Ike Davis – 1B
Ruben Tejada – SS
Shaun Marcum – RHP
The Mets have lost eight straight games at Citi Field. With 12 losses in their past 15 games overall, the Mets have fallen 12 games under .500 at this early a date for the first time...
The Mets played their first suspended game since Aug. 6, 1986 tonight and after Atlanta scored two runs in the top of the tenth inning, the Mets lost the game 7-5 to drop them 11 games under .500 for the season. Brandon Lyon allowed both Atlanta runs and took the loss.
Right-hander Jeremy Hefner initially started the game for the Mets 18 hours earlier and delivered a gutty performance...
Monday #Mets vs #Yankees:Tejada-6Murphy-4Wright-5Duda-7Buck-2Ankiel-8Davis-3Baxter-9Niese-1
— Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) May 27, 2013
#Yankees lineup vs Mets: Gardner CF, Nix SS, Cano 2B, Wells LF, Adams 3B, Ichiro RF, Overbay 1B, Stewart C, Hughes P #SubwaySeries
— New York Yankees (@Yankees) May 27, 2013
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— Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) May 27, 2013...
Editors Note: An e-mail was received by The Daily Stache this morning at just before 3 AM with us being asked to post this and we agreed. I have been calling out different beat writers for their stupidity this season and now someone wants to go even farther. He calls himself the “Mong Slayer” and this is his Manifesto.
you are reading this because i’ve seen the...
Shin-Soo Choo: Could he be a target for the Mets this winter?
In a recent interview with Matthew Cerrone of MetsBlog, ESPN’s Buster Olney talked about the free agent market, specifically how the Mets will have to approach the offseason in order to land some of the best players on the market:
For example, take Shin-Soo Choo, who is a free agent this fall. I think the Mets will...
The 17th annual Subway Series (first was in 1997) starts tonight at Citi-Field, and other than sharing a city these two New York teams are heading in very different
2013 Subway Series.
As this sorrowful story line has not changed since 2009; the Yankees keep on winning, while the Mets cannot stop losing.
The Bronx Bombers are sitting atop the AL East with a 30-19...