Mets P talks smack to Yankees

A Mets pitcher tweeted some smack to the Yankees over Twitter after the Mets swept them, but he thought better of it and deleted.

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May 31, 2013  |  Discuss

Collin McHugh Has A Message For New York

You can call us the NYC Sanitation Dept. because we just SWEPT the yankees from Queens to the Bronx. — Collin McHugh (@Collin_McHugh) May 31, 2013 The post Collin McHugh Has A Message For New York appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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May 30, 2013  |  Discuss

McHugh Batted Around, Vegas Falls In Wild One 8-7

Colorado Springs 8, Las Vegas 7 It was an up and down night for the Las Vegas 51s that ended on a low note as they fell to Colorado Springs in walk off fashion, going down in a wild one 8-7. Mets rotation hopeful Collin McHugh took the hill and had himself a day he’d like to soon forget. Going just 5 1/3 innings, McHugh surrendered  four runs on a whopping 13 hits while walking...
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April 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Getting to know Collin McHugh, rotational darkhorse

Every day the Mets move closer to starting the 2013 with only four rotational givens: Santana, Niese, Harvey and Gee.  That leaves Mejia, Familia, Schwinden, Hefner and a certain fella named McHugh.  You might be asking, “McWho?” but by the end of Spring Training I would hardly be surprised if Collin McHugh were to be anointed as the 5th starter in the rotation. The reason...
January 19, 2013  |  Discuss

Mets Minors: Top 20 role player rankings – Collin McHugh to Logan Verrett

I did a piece last week on the Top 20 Blue Chip Prospects in the New York Met system.  I wrote about Zack Wheeler, Wilmer Flores and Jeurys Familia but avoided talking about a number of solid players who could, in every likelihood, still help the franchise.  Today’s list is the top 20 prospects who lack the same ceilings as the blue chippers.Collin McHugh, SP: McHugh is the...
October 08, 2012  |  Discuss

Mets Recall RHP Collin McHugh For Today’s Start Against St. Louis

Prior to today’s game, the Mets will recall RHP Collin McHugh from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League…McHugh will wear #36 and make his second major league start today. McHugh made his major league debut on August 23 vs. Colorado tossing 7.0 shutout innings in a no-decision. He allowed only two hits while fanning nine to become only the fifth pitcher in modern major...
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September 03, 2012  |  Discuss

McHugh Sent Down; Merengue Night At Citi - All Is Right In The World: Mets Lineup V. Astros - August 24 ,2012

It was announced today that yesterday's starter, Collin McHugh was sent down to AAA Buffalo to make room on the Mets roster for Jeremy Hefner. McHugh, who pitched brilliantly in tossing seven scoreless innings yesterday will not be eligible to return to the Mets rotation until after the September 1st call-ups. McHugh will have to remain at Buffalo for 10 days unless there is...
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August 24, 2012  |  Discuss

McHugh tosses 7 scoreless frames in debut; Rewarded with a no-decision

Making his major league debut on Thursday afternoon, New York Mets starter Collin McHugh allowed two hits and a walk, while fanning nine batters over seven scoreless frames.  His efforts, however, were rewarded with a no-decision.  Surprise. Surprise. Unfortunately for McHugh, a misplay by Jordany Valdespin in centerfield led to the games only run as the last place Colorado Rockies...
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August 23, 2012  |  Discuss

A Smashing Debut For Collin McHugh!

This is why we’ve been downplaying all these insane notions of bringing up Zack Wheeler in the last few months. As I said before, Collin McHugh is more deserving and more polished, and his debut today has validated everything we’ve been saying about him all season long. McHugh won’t figure into the decision, but his performance today was definitely deserving of a win as the...
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August 23, 2012  |  Discuss

Meet The Met: RHP Collin McHugh

Collin McHugh Makes His First Big League Start This Afternoon At Citi There’s an old baseball adage kicking around regarding player development. It’s a basic rule of thumb that, assuming a player ever navigates the minors and makes it to the major leagues, it should take a hitter roughly 1500 minor league at-bats before he is equipt to handle the David Price’s and Johnny Cueto’s...
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August 23, 2012  |  Discuss

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