Archive for June, 2004

To Glavine or Not Glavine Against the Yankees

I’ve been a little preoccupied with real life the last several days so I haven’t been able to post. The real job and fatherhood have kept me busy. But since I have a few minutes now I figured why not chime in on some issues. So here we go. Art Howe has opted to keep […]


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Blinded By The Sun

The heartbreaking season of Tom Glavine continues. Glavine pitched into the 7th inning last night allowing 9 hits, 2 earned runs, 0 walks and striking out 5. But with Ken Griffey Jr. up with 1 out and bases loaded a routine fly ball to centerfield would change everything as Mike Cameron lost the ball in […]



Roster Moves

As expected the Mets have recalled Tom Wilson from Norfolk. They also activated Orber Moreno from the DL. To make room for the two players Karim Garcia was put on the DL (tendinitis and inflammation in his left wrist) and designated Gerald Williams for assignment.



Notes

The Mets lost 6-4 in 12 innings last night. Sean Casey hit two two-run homers including the game winner. Though the Mets blew an opportunity to win this one I really can’t say I’m surprised by the loss. You can’t fall behind and come back to win all the time. Until they learn to take […]



Mets Beat Reds

After falling behind early the Mets chipped away at the Reds and former Generation K member Paul Wilson (7-0, 3.17) to pull out an impressive 7-4 win at Shea last night. Matt Ginter didn’t have his best stuff and was pulled after 4 innings making way for spectacular relief appearances by John Franco and Mike […]



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Tough Action Coming

The Mets start another tough segment of their schedule tonight as they start a month of tough games against the Reds, Yankees, Marlins and Phillies. The way these guys have been playing the last month or so you can look for some very exciting games and some streaky play. A stretch like this separates the […]



David Wright Ready For Major Leagues?

David Wright has gotten some attention from ESPN’s John Sickels. Sickels wrote a very nice profile on Wright last week and included Wright in his column titled Top 10 possible promotions just posted on ESPN’s website. Sickels says of Wright: In my opinion, he is ready for major league action, both offensively and defensively, and […]



I’m Back

My web hosting issues apparently could not have come at a worse time. In the last week we’ve had a coaching change (I’m indifferent but supportive of it, if that makes any sense), a trade (I like this one, there’s really nothing to lose), the long awaited return of Jose Reyes (I’m happy but a […]