Tag Archives: Terry Collins

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 steal one from Cincinnati, head off to Canada

Trailing 4-0 after four and a half innings against Mat Latos and the Cincinnati Reds, the Mets certainly looked like they were going to suffer their third straight defeat yesterday. However, even with Latos pitching well and the National League’s … Continue reading

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Mets call up LHP Robert Carson, designate Carrasco for assignment

D.J. Carrasco only pitched three and two-thirds innings for the Mets this season, but after he surrendered a two-run homer to Cincinnati’s Todd Frazier last night, the front office decided that enough was enough. Carrasco was designated for assingment after … Continue reading

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Wright benching takes center stage as Mets shutout by Brewers 8-0

The Mets were mauled by the Milwaukee Brewers last night. Dillon Gee lasted only five and one-third innings while giving up eight hits and seven runs. Brewers first baseman Travis Ishikawa, who is only in the lineup because of regular … Continue reading

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Frank Francisco is going to get better

Frank Francisco has been really bad this season so far, but his past performance shows that he’s likely to bounce back and be a decent relief pitcher for the rest of the season. That’s why, no matter what Mets manager … 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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The Mets are going for the sweep in Philly tonight

Hey, the Mets are a sports team in New York that is in action tonight. Unfortunately, the Mets won’t be playing a playoff game, but they will be trying to sweep the Phillies in Citizens Bank Park, and that is … Continue reading

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Pelfrey might miss a lot of time and Davis slump is getting serious

Pelfrey diagnosis still up in the air What exactly is the cause of Mike Pelfrey’s elbow swelling? That question is still up for debate. In an interview with Mike Francesa on WFAN yesterday, Mets general manager Sandy Alderon said the … Continue reading

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David Wright got hurt and now the world of the Mets is ending

Mets are embarrassing in home loss to Nats Yesterday, the Mets lost to the Washington Nationals 4-0 and it was pretty horrible to say the least. New York knocked just three hits while striking out a whopping 15 times in … Continue reading

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