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Last updated: 09/27/2016 - 12:40 AM UTC


Spring Notes

There’s a buzz around this morning about today’s batting order and it has nothing to do with where Luis Castillo or Jose Reyes will bat. Manager Jerry Manuel has put today’s starting pitcher Oliver Perez in the no. 2 hole in the order. Manuel wants to see Perez bunt and is apparently confident enough that […]

Weekend Camp Recap

A few things happened over the weekend in Mets camp. The Mets signed Livan Hernandez to a minor league contract. He will be in camp to compete for the 5th spot in the rotation. The competition for that spot includes Hernandez, Tim Redding and Freddy Garcia. Elsewhere in camp Francisco Rodriguez talked with reporters and […]

Shpigel: Tiebreakers Explained

Ben Shpigel of the New York Times has an excellent summary of the National League playoff tie breakers. Shpigel breaks down the four scenarios and tells us what happens when any of them comes to pass. Considering the weather reports I’m assuming he’s using the days Monday and Tuesday loosely.

Tonight’s Lineup and Notes

# Name Position 7 Jose Reyes SS 28 Daniel Murphy LF 5 David Wright 3B 21 Carlos Delgado 1B 15 Carlos Beltran CF 17 Fernando Tatis RF 3 Damion Easley 2B 23 Brian Schneider C 34 Mike Pelfrey P     Notes: The Mets placed Billy Wagner on the DL today with a strained left […]

The Other Reyes Is In Today’s Lineup

Argenis Reyes is in the lineup today at second base. It’ll be his first start for the Mets. He’s played very well the last couple of days going 3 for 4 with 2 runs and an RBI coming off the bench. He had a heads up play advancing to second on an errant throw last […]

Vote Wright

Mets third baseman David Wright did not make the All-Star team but his chances aren’t dead yet. MLB is taking votes for the fans to name the last member of both teams and Wright is among the the 5 nominees for the National League. You can vote now on MLB’s site or use the handy […]

Warthen Interview

Dan Warthen was interviewed on the air during the third inning of tonight’s game. Here’s some of the points he made.: Pedro Martinez arm strength is good. His stuff is good. We just have to keep pumping him up. He’s physically fine. It’s just “between his ears”. Some work on Aaron Heilman‘s mechanics have got […]

Mets Coaching Shuffle

In the wake of the firings of Willie Randolph, Rick Peterson and Tom Nieto the Mets coaching staff was obviously shuffled around. Sandy Alomar Sr. moved from third base to bench coach, Ken Oberkfell and Luis Aguayo were brought up from New Orleans to coach first and third respectively and Dan Warthen was brought up […]

Peterson In Trouble?

Adam Rubin of the New York Daily News wonders aloud if Rick Peterson will be fired first. The wondering begins in the last sentence of the third to last paragraph of the article. (Thanks to Matthew Cerrone at Metsblog for the tip in this post.)

Notes From A Day Off

The Mets have some tough decisions to make today. It looks like Moises Alou is ready to begin his season. The scare with his foot (where they thought he may have a fracture) has passed. But how will the team make room for Alou? Common thinking is that if Brian Schneider is ready to return […]