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Mets Card of the Week: 1996 Jason Isringhausen

1996 SPx JASON ISRINGHAUSEN The 1990s were Tomorrowland. Ownership of personal computers skyrocketed throughout the decade, rising from 15% of all US households in 1990 to 35% by 1997. We all took our first tentative steps onto the World Wide Web, enabled by one of the gazillion AOL diskettes that came wrapped with our Sunday newspapers. (For our younger readers who might not understand...
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June 03, 2015  |  Discuss

2011 Player Review: Jason Isringhausen

John Delcos of Newyorkmetsreport.com and Joe DeCaro of Metsmerizedonline.com will be doing more and more projects together with the goal of merging two successful blogs in the hope of giving our readers everything they’ll need in covering the Mets. Continuing our review of the 2011 Mets, today we take a look at Jason Isringhausen. Tomorrow: Willie Harris and Scott Hairston. Sunday...
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November 11, 2011  |  Discuss

Will Jason Isringhausen be the Mets’ closer in 2012?

One night after picking up the win, Jason Isringhausen came on Tuesday night to retire the side in order and pick up his sixth save of the season. Since taking over as the primary closer after the trade of Francisco Rodriguez, Isringhausen has appeared in 11 games with a 2-2 record, a 4.50 ERA and one blown save. It’s not overwhelming production, so the question remains: Can...
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August 10, 2011  |  Discuss

Jason Isringhausen: Who Says You Can’t Go Home Again?

During Spring Training, when former Mets pitching phenom Jason Isringhausen reached out to assistant general manager J.P. Ricciardi for a bullpen session tryout, many of us crossed our fingers for the sake of nostalgia and hoped for the best. Many of us were further surprised when Izzy impressed Ricciardi so much that both he and general manager Sandy Alderson signed him to a minor...
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June 28, 2011  |  Discuss

Isringhausen Offers A Glimmer Of Hope In Mets Debut

It has been almost 12 years in between pitches as a New York Met for Jason Isringhausen, but last night when he emerged from the bullpen and took the mound, he was one of the lone Mets relievers that got the job done against the Rockies. Isringhausen came into the game with two runners on and the score tied at 4-4, and then registered two big outs to preserve the tie and pitch the...
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April 12, 2011  |  Discuss

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