Monthly Archives: July 2012

Mets win wild one in San Francisco, back at it tonight

Last night the Mets won a crazy game in which they fell behind the San Francisco Giants 4-2, came back to take a 6-4 lead in the eighth, blew that 6-4 lead in the ninth, and finally won 8-7 in … Continue reading

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Davis slugs three home runs, Mets lose to Snakes 6-3

When your team’s suddenly hot young slugger hits three home runs in a game and your team only scores three runs… well that’s pretty sad. Tonight (Saturday), the Mets lost to Arizona 6-3 even though Ike Davis went 4 for … Continue reading

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Mets get amazing Harvey debut, then go right on losing

Havery’s incredible debut Thursday night gave the Mets some hope for the future, as 2010 first round pick Matt Harvey’s major league debut went better than anyone could have imagined. The rookie became the first player in the modern era … Continue reading

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Mets are hopefully done losing now

Thanks to the Penn State football team being in dire straights, my attention has wavered a bit from the Mets, who are in admittedly less dire straights. Don’t tell the Mets fans, though. Sure, a 47-51 record after 98 games … Continue reading

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Football Culture!

On Monday morning, the NCAA crashed their “hammer” down on the Penn State football program. A four-year bowl ban and a loss of 10 scholarships per year for four years were penalties designed to humble Penn State’s proud football program. … Continue reading

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Paterno statue down, sanctions coming Monday

On Penn State It appears the day of reckoning is upon us. This morning the Joe Paterno statue outside of Beaver Stadium was removed and reportedly placed in “storage.” Around the same time, a source within the NCAA that “unprecedented” … Continue reading

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Mets Saturday morning: Santana to DL, Hefner up

After last night’s Johan Santana start that was not awesome (well, it was for the Dodgers, and particularly for Luis Cruz, who hit his first major league home run), Terry Collins discussed maybe skipping the lefty’s next start, because he … Continue reading

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Mets bullpen panic and more Penn State yapping

On Wednesday afternoon for The Daily Stache, I wrote a preview for the Mets vs. National game, but what I want to write about now is the beginning in which I wrote about why the awful bullpen situation has not … Continue reading

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On the Penn State scandal

I’m done defending Joe Paterno regarding his role in the Jerry Sandusky scandal. They can do with they want with the statue. I’m don’t think they should tear it down completely, because that would be like pretending this whole thing … Continue reading

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