Found April 06, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
Saturday #Mets vs. #Marlins: Baxter 9, Murphy 4, Wright 5, Davis 3, Buck 2, Kirk 8, Duda 7, Tejada 6, Niese 1 — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 6, 2013 #Marlins lineup vs NYM: Pierre LF, Polanco 3B, Stanton RF, Dobbs 1B, Ruggiano CF, Olivo C, Hechavarria SS, Solano 2B, Nolasco P — Miami Marlins (@Marlins) April 6, 2013 Trying to bust out of his 1-for-16 before it gets worse, Ike is shaving his beard. Again. As we speak. #Mets — Anthony DiComo (@AnthonyDiComo) April 6, 2013 not buying that platoons are dead — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 6, 2013 One pitch and I can tell we have the pleasure of Jim Joyce behind home plate. #HAAAHEEE — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 6, 2013 …and there goes the no-hitter… #mets — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 6, 2013 Of course the day SNY harps on Niese not giving up 1st inning runs….. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 6, 2013 Mike Baxter’s ability to get on base & work the pitcher is outstanding #ThePrideofWhitestone #LGM — Katie Bowles (@MetsGirlKatie) April 6, 2013 For Wright, that’s 26-for-64 lifetime against Nolasco. — Marc Carig (@MarcCarig) April 6, 2013 Ike Davis shaved his beard then he got a hit. I’m sure the 2 are tied in some way. — Jorge Castillo (@jorgeccastillo) April 6, 2013 Nice AB by Buck. He just passed Josh Thole on the greatest catchers in #Mets history list — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 6, 2013 All of a sudden Niese can’t hit!?!Sheesh! ha. #METS — Mets Fan For Life™ (@MetsFanInPhilly) April 6, 2013 BTW, remember last year when Loria was at Citi using a flip phone and we all LOL’d at him? twitpic.com/axoui2 — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 6, 2013 #tweetyourseat #mets twitter.com/TeamThirstTrap… — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 6, 2013 Juan Pierre. We gave you the senior citizen’s discount on that one#Mets — J Seaford (@Lets86it) April 6, 2013 Why slide? And why can’t you reach first base from 20 ft away on the fly? — D (@Hey_its_Don) April 6, 2013 Niese needs to make quick work of some hitters here if he wants to go past five innings — Ty (@tysim19) April 6, 2013 74 pitchesA very quiet stadium. — metspolice (@metspolice) April 6, 2013 Ike is the anti-Mike Piazza #SwingsAtEveryFirstPitch #mets — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 6, 2013 Stanton: good at baseball — Joe (@ritzdeez) April 6, 2013 we are pressing our luck w/ stanton.. guy on base every ab — Dan Tanna (@danXtanna) April 6, 2013 Miami has seven hits against Jon Niese. Very few of them have been hard. It’s a bizarre game, this baseball. — Jared Diamond (@jareddiamond) April 6, 2013 It’s early, but Ruben Tejada’s throws are pretty alarming. — D.J. Short (@djshort) April 6, 2013 Tejada may be best served heading to Vegas to figure out his defensive issues. — Ben Yoel (@Ben_Yoel) April 6, 2013 It’s pretty funny to see on here how fans turn on players so quickly. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 6, 2013 WOW, an OVERHAND THROW…lookie here. #mets — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 6, 2013 ruben tejada is 23 years old. you wanna **** on him with warped expectations of misremembered memories past? great. good for you. i won’t — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 6, 2013 There ya go Ike! #Mets — Michael Ganci (@MikeGanci) April 6, 2013 Nolasco is so #BUCKED — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 6, 2013 Wonder what #Mets can get for d’Arnaud, hopelessly blocked by John Buck. — Howard Megdal (@lohudmets) April 6, 2013 Never batted fifth either RT @anthonydicomo Josh Thole did not record his eighth RBI last year until June 23. #Mets — Michael Donato (@Ceetar) April 6, 2013 New Mets catchers seem to have a way of starting the season out on fire. Even Rod Barajas did it. — Chris McShane (@chrismcshane) April 6, 2013 MEME: A new Verizon ad campaign just for the Marlins Bullpen phone: twitpic.com/chhlld — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 6, 2013 Has learned there is a player named Atchison — metspolice (@metspolice) April 6, 2013 Smart play by Atchison. Greg Burke should’ve been so wise yesterday. — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 6, 2013 Cat like reflexes for 82 year old Atchison. — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) April 6, 2013 Weirds. Pierre scored tying run, then ran into Buck, who was way over toward first base side to field Baxter’s poor throw. — Marc Carig (@MarcCarig) April 6, 2013 That play was a weird Juan #Mets #Marlins — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 6, 2013 #EthnicTensions between Pierre & Buck. — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 6, 2013 Baxter has a good eye #mets twitter.com/danXtanna/stat… — Dan Tanna (@danXtanna) April 6, 2013 mike baxter, arguably the metsiest met — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 6, 2013 Daniel Murphy for three!!!!! — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 6, 2013 #IMWITH28 — Stephen Keane (@kranepool) April 6, 2013 Three hit Day For The Captain — Rich Coutinho (@coutinho9) April 6, 2013 #OLOLivo — Eddie Adlman (@EddieAdlMets) April 6, 2013 John Buck continues to en-deer himself to Mets fans. — Anthony Rieber (@therealarieber) April 6, 2013 Sacrifice fly for Buckaroo! 6-3 Mets! — Lauren G (@laurengeld) April 6, 2013 Dear Mets bullpen…DON’T **** THIS LEAD UP — Jill Norlander (@callyschknparm) April 6, 2013 Buck Yo Couch #mets — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 6, 2013 I’d be Lyon if I told you I was confident in a three-run lead with this bullpen. — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 6, 2013 Lyon has GREAT movement on that sinker. #mets — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 6, 2013 ROAAARRRRRRR — J Seaford (@Lets86it) April 6, 2013 The Marlins have lots of guys where you can easily add LOL to their name. So that’ll keep me busy all season. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 6, 2013 #MoreCowgill — New York Mets (@Mets) April 6, 2013 Less is “more”. — Metstradamus (@Metstradamus) April 6, 2013 #MORECOWGILL! twitter.com/ReadTheApple/s… — Randy Medina (@ReadTheApple) April 6, 2013 collin cowgill obviously doesn’t have parnell on his fantasy team as his solo home run makes it a 7-3 lead for the #mets — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 6, 2013 My twitter feed after that homerun twitter.com/ryangillman/st… — Ryan Gillman (@ryangillman) April 6, 2013 Nice throw by Ruben Tejada, who I could swear was banished to the Atlantic League in the 5th inning. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 6, 2013 Marlins broadcasters STILL complaining about that runner’s interference call. #Mets — Warbaby Fox (@jaybeforewicket) April 6, 2013 Mets Win! twitter.com/SNYtv/status/3… — SportsNet New York (@SNYtv) April 6, 2013 #Mets Win! Time to high five #CaptainShorts! twitter.com/ReadTheApple/s… — Randy Medina (@ReadTheApple) April 6, 2013 The post #MetsTwitter Recap: Marlins Get Bucked appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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