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No Hitters Over The Years By (Binghamton) Mets Pitchers

There has been a lot of talk this season about the ‘no-hitter’ and lack of one by a pitcher in a New York Mets uniform.  Ex-Mets minor leaguer Phil Humber tossing a perfect game on Saturday will only help fuel the conversation that the Mets history books are devoid of a no-no.  However, while the New York Mets have never experienced the thrill of having one of their own throw a...
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April 22, 2012  |  Discuss

Mets pitching prospects need nickname

The spectre of Generation K hangs over everything. We live in a society that wants to name everything. But so far there has been no defining nickname for the quartet of young pitching prospects – Jeurys Familia, Matt Harvey, Jenrry Mejia and Zack Wheeler – that the Mets are counting on to lead their resurgence in the second half of the decade. It is as if everyone is afraid...
March 02, 2012  |  Discuss

Lets Hope This Version Of Generation K Works Out Better Than The First

Generation K 1.0 - Jason Isringhausen, Paul Wilson, Bill Pulsipher Back in spring 1995, Generation K was going to change everything for the Mets , a downtrodden club known three years earlier as “The Worst Team Money Could Buy” that went on to lose 103 games in 1993. Jason Isringhausen , Bill Pulsipher and Paul Wilson were supposed to be the saviors, just like Dwight Gooden and...
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February 20, 2012  |  Discuss

Which Of Our Top Pitching Prospects Are You Most Excited About?

The big three pitching prospects that we have looming down in the minors gives me an eerily familiar feeling. Haven’t we heard this before?  Does “Generation K” and the names of Jason Isringhausen, Bill Pulsipher and Paul Wilson ring a bell?  This was supposed to be our home grown trio of Superstars in the 90′s. These were the guys who were supposed lead us to a World Series title...
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January 06, 2012  |  Discuss

Mets Card of the Week: 1994 Bill Pulsipher

1994 SIGNATURE ROOKIES BILL PULSIPHER Ah, the promise this card once represented. First off, it’s a genuine autograph numbered to 7,750, which actually seemed pretty cool and limited back in 1994. And of course, it’s the left-handed vertex of Generation K, that pitching triforce that was supposed to bring the Mets a decade of pennants and parades. Long ago this was a binder card...
September 14, 2011  |  Discuss

Remembering Generation K

We swing back and forth from the past to the future like a pendulum with the fondness of memories and pride for our Orange and Blue past and the dismay and questions about our future. Met fans get a bad rap but we love our team and we want to see it become what we always thought it could be. It’s hard to not wax nostalgic and think of the days of Doc K, Cone, Keith H, and the Straw...
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September 16, 2010  |  Discuss

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