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St. Lucie 8, Bradenton 2
The St. Lucie offense came to play on Sunday – as they supported Angel Cuan by scoring in six different frames in their 8-3 victory over Bradenton.
The aforementioned Angel Cuan started this game for St. Lucie and went five solid innings, allowing just two runs while striking out eight. He was victimized by a solo home run and three singles in the fourth inning, where he allowed both his runs. Cuan allowed nine baserunners, through six hits, two walks, and a hit-by-pitch, but he danced out of trouble enough to allow only the two runs in the fourth. Jim Fuller and Hamilton Bennett combined to finish the game with two scoreless innings each.
St. Lucie was able to put a run on the board in the first two innings via an RBI ground-out by Rylan Sandoval and an error by Bradenton, which allowed a run to score and put them up 2-0 at the time. Another RBI ground-out, this one by T.J. Rivera, put the Mets up 3-0 at the top of the fourth.
Charles Thurber drillled an RB...
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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...
What a masterful performance by Mets right hander Matt Harvey today as the Mets won their second straight game against the Minnesota Twins by the score of 4-2 at frigid Target Field.
Harvey thrilled Mets fans as he took a no-hitter into the seventh inning until Twins first baseman Justin Morneau ruined it when he cranked a towering shot off Harvey that just barely hit the foul...
Noah Syndergaard strikes out eight for St. Lucie on Saturday. (Photo: Michael Baron, SNY)
Last Night’s Quick Scores
Savannah (5-4) topped Rome, 8-6
St. Lucie (6-3) dropped to Palm Beach, 4-3
Binghamton (5-4) lost to New Hampshire, 6-1
Las Vegas (5-5) dropped slugfest to Fresno, 11-6
I just learned that we have some exciting phone interviews lined up with T...
Matt Harvey almost made history on Saturday for the Mets, coming within seven outs of pitching the franchise’s second no-hitter. Although he didn’t keep the Twins hitless, he did keep them behind the Mets all day en route to his third consecutive victory to start the season.
Given the weather forecasts for Minneapolis today and Denver during the week, the Mets might have to...
The New York Mets were hoping that Johan Santana and Shaun Marcum would be occupying spots in the starting rotation for the majority of the 2013 season. Unfortunately, here we are in the middle of April, and neither one has thrown a regular season pitch. Santana is lost for the year after re-tearing his shoulder capsule, while Marcum has been on the disabled list since March 22nd...
The other day I noticed my kid was reading this book that I recognized from when I was around his age. Jonathan Livingston Seagull, by Richard Bach. The short novel about the transcendent ascension of a seagull who refused to be confined by the boundaries of his own defining limitations. He flew higher, faster, until he became a kind of zen master of flight and was even able to teleport...
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 [...]
Some of the best images of the Colorado Snow-out
Update 10:40 PM by Satish Ram
Lopez said Mateo’s issue was in his right forearm/elbow. Mateo got checked out by the team doctor, but he may also get an MRI to be safe.
— Lynn Worthy (@PSBLynn) April 16, 2013
Team doctors have examined Mateo and it looks like he’s definitely heading for an MRI in the morning.
Well, let’s all hope for the best…
Original Post 7:58 PM
The opponent and city may change, but the weather continues to be an additional hurdle for the New York Mets.
Troy Tulowitzki and the Colorado Rockies have been challenging enough.
After rain and snow postponed their latest scheduled contest, the Mets will need to contend with the elements again as they try to solve Tulowitzki and end a four-game skid to the Rockies on Monday night...