Tag Archives: Terry Collins

Can we talk some more about how awesome Dillon Gee is?

Party time. The Mets beat the Yankees for the fourth straight time last night. This time the score was 3-1 and the starting pitcher was Dillon Gee. Marlon Byrd hit another home run and it wasn’t only because Yankee Stadium … Continue reading

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Yankees vs. Mets meet at Citi Field again

Terry Collins has dropped Ike Davis to eighth in the batting order against the right-handed Hiroki Kuroda. Strangely, Marlon Byrd is batting fifth. Here’s the Yankees lineup: The Mets get to see Reid Brignac for the first time this season, … Continue reading

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Mets send McHugh to mound, start series with Nationals.

Only 22 games remain on the slate for the 2012 Mets. It’s been a crazy year, filled with hope, despair, drama and heartbreak. At the very least, I know history will remember 2012 as the season Johan Santana finally gave … Continue reading

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Carson called up for Mets vs. Rockies tonight

Jeremy Hefner is having a baby! Well, his wife is at least, and the Mets will use the situation to temporarily bolster their bullpen. Robert Carson, the lefty from Mississippi, is the lucky Bison getting called up. The move makes … Continue reading

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Mets spoil good Dickey start, lose to Rockies 3-1

The Mets fell eight games below .500 and are now tied for fourth place with the Philadelphia Phillies after losing 3-1 to the Colorado Rockies on Monday night. R.A. Dickey pitched seven solid innings and left with the game tied … Continue reading

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Mets begin four-game series with Rockies tonight

So Cablevision and whomever owns WPIX got in a big dispute last week and Cablevision ended up pulling the plug on WPIX and replaced it with some “Style” network on channel 11. Bottom line is, I didn’t get to watch … 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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Johan falls apart in 9-3 Mets loss to Braves

“That really got out of hand fast.” That’s the only way to described last night’s Mets loss, which saw the home team fall behind 9-0 after just two innings of Johan Santana pitching. In the first, Santana got hurt by … Continue reading

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Harvey no match for Maholm, Mets lose to Braves 4-0

Paul freaking Maholm. This is the man who is going to lead the Atlanta Braves into the playoffs. Seriously, look at the pitchers on their disabled list. Brandon Beachy, Tommy Hanson and Jair Jurrjens are all out of commission, and … 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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