Category: 2011 Spring Training
Mets Bullpen Outlook

Mets Bullpen Outlook

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NOTE: this is a post by Matt Himelfarb; please direct your comments to him. As expected, just about every pitcher this side of Ambiorix Burgos is getting the chance to spend a ...

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Why Santana is NOT Behind Schedule

Why Santana is NOT Behind Schedule

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There's a very clear reason that Johan Santana's road to recovery is NOT behind schedule, as has been reported by the Bergen Record. From MLB.com: "How can anyone who isn't me ...

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Misch Mediocre, Ollie Makes LOOGY Appearance

Misch Mediocre, Ollie Makes LOOGY Appearance

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A few notes regarding the most recent televised spring training game between the Mets and Cardinals, in which Oliver Perez made an appearance in his new role of Lefthanded One Out ...

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Paulino In, F-Mart Out

Paulino In, F-Mart Out

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Finally, Ronny Paulino has arrived in Port St. Lucie; he was held up with visa issues related to his failed PEDs test from last year. He spoke about his delay upon arrival, and ...

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Niese Nice

Niese Nice

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A few random notes regarding the most recent televised Mets spring training game ... Jon Niese was very efficient, had good rhythm, and repeated his mechanics. I still don't ...

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Mets 2010 Commercial

Mets 2010 Commercial

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I thought it would be fun to take a look at the TV commercial that inspired us all right around this time last year. In the comments, please post your favorite part of this ...

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Ollie’s Best Chance

Ollie’s Best Chance

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Oliver Perez was, unsurprisingly, unimpressive in his latest spring training outing, allowing three earned runs on four hits and two walks in three innings. His velocity "jumped" ...

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Dykstra is as “Nails” as Sheen

Dykstra is as “Nails” as Sheen

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Surely, you've seen or heard something about the recent activities of Charlie Sheen. Well, former Met Lenny Dykstra seems determined to either ride on the coattails of Mr. ...

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