Tag Archives: Jon Niese

Tejada, Niese hurt for Mets, Quintanilla called up

There’s apparently been too much good news for the Mets this week, so today we started to hear some bad news. First it was reported that Ruben Tejada had suffered a quad strain last night and was going on the … Continue reading

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Niese, Parnell get discussed in awful Mets weekend update

The Mets were swept by the Braves this weekend, but I didn’t catch a whole lot of it because of all the football on TV. Yesterday, the Mets tied the game at 2-2 on David Wright’s sixth inning RBI double, … Continue reading

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Mets win 6-5 after another bullpen disaster

I’m really, really glad that I watched the Olympic closing ceremonies last night. Even though they weren’t live and even though NBC made a bunch of cuts without telling me, it still meant that I didn’t have to suffer through … Continue reading

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Mets vs. Braves Sunday night finale lineups

It’s almost game time! Before you switch on the Olympic closing ceremony, check out the lineups that the Mets and Braves are using tonight ON NATIONAL TELEVISION. Remember, Jon Niese will be pitching for the Mets, and he’s coming off … Continue reading

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Mets unveil 2013 All-Star logo, then lose to Miami

On Tuesday afternoon, the Mets showed to the world the logo of the first All-Star Game to be played in Queens since 1964. As you can see, there is a “Mets” version of the logo with the team script in … 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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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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Niese back on track as Mets take series from Pirates

If you missed last night’s awesome R.A. Dickey start and the Mets win that came long with it, my recap is over at The Daily Stache. Feel free to read it, or just know that Dickey set a new career … Continue reading

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Mets experience awesomeness and then agony in Miami

Rooting for a so far successful but ultimately flawed team like the Mets can be very frustrating. On one hand, the team is 19-15 with the fifth-best winning percentage in the National League. On the other hand, only four teams … Continue reading

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Mets Monday night aftermath

While I was in a euphoric mood last night, I didn’t mention the heroic play that catcher Josh Thole made in the 5-2 Mets win over Philadelphia. With runners on second and third with one out in the bottom of … Continue reading

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