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May 15th, 2010 | 2010 | 8 Comments »

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LET’S GO METS! LET’S GO

LET’S GO METS! LET’S GO

LETS GO METS! LET’S GO

LETS GO METS! LET’S GO

LETS GO METS! LET’S GO

LETS GO METS!LET’S GO

The future of Perez

May 15th, 2010 | General Baseball, Mets, New category name, New York Mets, Oliver Perez, Uncategorized | Comments Off

Oliver Perez who gave 3 walks, 4 homeruns in last night’s game it seemed that he is not going to be a Met after all. Let’s take a look of Perez Career in the Major Leagues
San Diego Padres 2002-2003
Pittsburgh Pirates 2003-2006
New York Mets 2006-present (not for long to be present)


But Manager Jerry Manuel and GM Omar Minaya are still talking over about it if he should be let go or send down to the minors. Last year in 09 he only had 3 win and 4 losses (3-4) total with a 6.82 ERA. He ended the season with right knee injury and had to have season-ending surgery on August 26, 2009.

Should Perez got to the Minor or should be released? What do you think?  You can comment below to say what you think!

The Last Pic from Citi Field

May 15th, 2010 | At the Game, Citi Field, Live at the Game | 1 Comment »

The Last Pic

The Last Pic

Pics from Citi Field

May 15th, 2010 | At the Game, Citi Field, Live at the Game | Comments Off

The Homerun Apple Up by Rod Barajas

The Homerun Apple Up by Rod Barajas

The Screen

The Screen

The Cub(I think it is Ryan Theriot)

The Cub(I think it is Ryan Theriot)

The Field

The Field

The Outfield

The Outfield

Jason Bay in Left Field

Jason Bay in Left Field

Me (the owner of the blog) enjoying the game

Me (the owner of the blog) enjoying the game

Another Pic

Another Pic

Pics from Citi Field

May 15th, 2010 | At the Game, Citi Field, Live at the Game | Comments Off

Mets Legends Board

Mets Legends Board

Me and two of my friends

Me and two of my friends

The Mets Logo on the Elevator

The Mets Logo on the Elevator

Mr.Met at the game

Mr.Met at the game

Two of my friends

Two of my friends

Pics from Citi Field

May 14th, 2010 | At the Game, Citi Field, Live at the Game | 1 Comment »

The Rainy Citi Field/The first pic I took of Citi Field

The Rainy Citi Field/The first pic I took of Citi Field

The Tarp on the Field

The Tarp on the Field

The Pepsi Porch Sideview

The Pepsi Porch Sideview

That's Me (the owner of the blog) with my Glove

That's Me (the owner of the blog) with my Glove

Mets @ Marlins:PostGame

May 14th, 2010 | 2010, Flordia Marlins, Marlins, Mets, New York Mets, Oliver Perez, Post Game | Comments Off

The Mets (18–18) lost to the Marlins (18–18) by the score of 7 to 2 tonight.

For a full recap and boxscore, go to SNY.TV.

  • Oliver Perez was pulled from the game in the third inning, after having thrown 88 pitches and letting up seven runs on nine hits, including four home runs and three walks.
  • The Mets had just four hits.  Jose ReyesJason Bay and David Wright were a combined 1 for 10.

…i actually feel bad for ollie… i do… Jerry Manuel actually ran to the mound to give him the hook, as though ollie could do some sort of additional damage just standing idle on the mound… i think what saddens me most is that he looked good to start, and then once it fell apart that was that… it’s like he quit on himself

…i just don’t see how the Mets can let this guy take the mound again, without at least skipping him in the rotation or something… damn… i mean, tonight’s performance was more or less the worst-case scenario for him… i don’t know, i don’t expect the Mets to eat $20 million based on a few bad starts… make up an injury, put him on the disabled list if he doesn’t want to openly accept a minor-league assignment… but, they’ve got to do something, because perez is not suited to be in this rotation, for a team trying to contend… so, call up Dillon Gee, RA Dickey, Pat Misch or Tobi Stoneror giveHisanori Takahashi a crack at things… these last two starts have been demoralizing for everyone involved, as i have heard from people connected to the team that players know they’re in for a long day when he takes the mound… and we know how they feel…

frankly, i want gee up, just so we can unleash the silly onslaught of 90s gangsta rap references, likeGee Money, and Nuthin Butta Gee Thang, etc… also, i think he’s earned the opportunity

…it’s not just ollie, either… there need to be changes made to the batting order, the bench, and jerry needs a fresh arm or two in the bullpen, because he’s being forced to use his relievers too the point in which i would not be shocked to see someone’s arm fall off

…don’t look now, but despite the 9–1 home stand, the Mets are now dangerously close to falling below .500 again, as well five or so games back of first and in last place

The Mets continue their four-game series with the Marlins tomorrow night at 7:10 pm, with John Maine (1-2, 5.45 ERA) taking on Nate Robertson (3-3, 4.54 ERA).

Mets @ Marlins:Pre-Game

May 14th, 2010 | 2010, Flordia Marlins, Marlins, Mets, New York Mets, Pre Game | Comments Off

The Mets (18-17) will look to even their series against the Marlins (17-18) tonight at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Game time is 7:10 pm.

The lineup is as follows:

1. Angel Pagan CF
2. Luis Castillo 2B
3. Jose Reyes SS
4. Jason Bay LF
5. David Wright 3B
6. Ike Davis 1B
7. Jeff Francoeur RF
8. Rod Barajas C

Oliver Perez (0-2, 4.50 ERA) will start for the Mets. Perez was awful once again last Sunday against the Giants, allowing four runs and seven walks in 3 1/3 innings. Perez has been good against the Marlins over the course of his career, as he’s 6-3 with a 4.00 ERA in 16 career starts against them, and is 4-1 with a 3.15 ERA in seven career starts at Dolphin Stadium.

Anibal Sanchez (1-2, 4.08 ERA) will start for the Marlins. Sanchez took a no-decision in his last start against the Nationals, going just 4 1/3 innings and allowing two runs and six hits, with four walks and four strikeouts. The Marlins have lost four of his five last starts, and in six career starts against the Mets, he’s 2-3 with a 4.22 ERA.

Friday Minor League Games:5/14/2010

May 14th, 2010 | Uncategorized | 3 Comments »

(AAA) Norfolk Tides (BAL) (15-20)@ Buffalo Bisons (19-15)- 7:05

RHP Chris Tillman (3-3, 3.49) vs. RHP R.A. Dickey (3-2, 2.56)

Jesus Feliciano leads the IL with a .351 avg. (33-94).

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(AA) Binghamton Mets (19-15) @ Trenton Thunder (NYY) (18-15)- 7:05

RHP Dylan Owen(2-1, 3.34) vs. RHP Lance Pendelton (1-2, 5.28)

Owen has held opponents to a .188 avg. (21 hits in 31 1/3 innings).

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(A+) Jupiter Hammerheads (FLA) (13-20) @ St. Lucie Mets (15-18)- 7:00

LHP Brad Hand (1-1, 3.34) vs. RHP Kyle Allen (3-2, 6.21)

St. Lucie is 2nd in the FSL with a team batting average of .272

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(A) Rome Braves (12-21) @ Savannah Sand Gnats (22-12)- 7:05

LHP Brent DeVall (0-1, 3.60) vs. LHP Jimmy Fuller (4-1, 1.63)

Savannah leads the SAL with a team ERA of 2.60.

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Thursday Minor League Games:5/13/2010 Recap

May 14th, 2010 | Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

AAA: Buffalo Bisons 6, @ Louisville Bats 1

Baseball, as we are reminded nightly, is a funny game.  C Jean Luc Blaquiere, who was promoted to the Bisons earlier this week, smacked two home runs and drove home four runs in the Bisons’ win.  It was the first time in his career Blaquiere has ever hit two home runs in a game and it came in his second AAA appearance.

Tobi Stoner (2-4, 5.00) skated around eight hits in seven innings to allow just one run, on a solo HR.  He fanned five and did not walk a batter.

AA: @ Trenton Thunder 5, Binghamton Mets 2
Eddie Kunz: 5 IP, 5H, 2 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 3 K.  No meltdowns, so that’s good, I guess.  His K/BB now stands at an even 1/1 (21/21) in 33.1 innings.  That’s not good.  Hey, but if you want to be wildly optimistic, get fired up about 9 K/3 BB in 11 innings in May with a 4.09 ERA after a 8.83 ERA in April.
24 yo Brahiam Maldonado was 2-2 with a walk and an RBI.  Promoted to Binghamton two weeks ago, he’s hitting a very nice .286/.375/.500 in his first 12 games in the Eastern League.

A+: @ St. Lucie Mets 6, Brevard County Manatees 5
Five different FSL Mets had multi-hit games, led by SS Wilfredo Tovar who was 3-5.  The 18-year-old Tovar’s a little dude (5′10″, 160 lbs) who has now hit safely in every one of the seven game’s he’s played for St. Lucie.  The Mets like him.  He was described to me quickly as having “great” hands.  He’s struck out just twice in 27 AB, so he’s making a lot of contact.  He has no power yet, but all that contact is a good thing for the moment.
LF Eric Campbell (.342/.415/.544) was 2-5 with a double, his ninth.  I was disappointed when Campbell hit just .248/.347/.360 last year for the Gnats, so his hot 30 games to start the season is a very pleasant surprise.   1B Stefan Welch(.328/.378/.492) was 2-4 with a strikeout, a walk, and a pair of RBI to run his hitting streak to 13 straight games.

Scott Moviel gave up three runs on 10 hits in five innings with a pair of walks and two strikeouts.


A: @ Savannah Sand Gnats 6, Rome Braves 2

SS Wilmer Flores is ridiculous.  He singled hard to right field in his first AB.  In his second AB he ripped a 90+ mph fastball in on his hands down the left field line for a two-RBI double that put the Gnats up 2-0.  He didn’t fist it.  Instead, he showed his premium bat speed and hand/eye coordination to make hard, barrel contact.  He lined a single into left field in his third AB to push his season line to .343/.392/.577.

1B Alex Gregory doubled twice in four trips.  The 23-year old Gregory (.302/.327/.377) has three doubles among his last four hits and has hit his way into more playing time at first, helped by 1B Jeff Flagg’s (.162/.246/.248) struggles.

Brandon Moore rolled through the Rome lineup twice, before giving up a run in the seventh.  He might have grown a little tired, but he also took a hard comebacker off his thigh (I think) that appeared to disrupt him.  Still, there’s nothing wrong with seven innings of one-run baseball.  He was 86-87 mph from the right side, but he mixed in curve, slider and changeup effectively all night.