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NY Mets: A Look Back at the Weekend Subway Series

The Mets dropped two-of-three to the Yankees at Citi Field over the weekend.

  The Mets dropped two-of-three to the Yankees at Citi Field over the weekend. This weekend was Subway Series Part 2 for 2012. Unfortunately it ends on a sour note for the New York Mets. The Mets looked better this time as opposed to the three game series at Yankee Stadium a few weeks ago. This series, at Citi Field, didn’t start off with More...

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By Matt Kardos On Friday, June 22nd, 2012
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Injury Bug Bites Thunder Hard

Cody Johnson, Trenton's top power threat suffered a hamstring injury, leaving the Thunder with a lineup void. The Trenton Thunder have struggled to find consistency in the month of June. The inability to put More...

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By Eddie Utley On Thursday, June 21st, 2012
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Some Random Mets Thoughts On An Off-Day

Johan Santana Someone grab a TV Guide and let me know if it’s sweeps season yet. How can anyone explain what is going on with the 2012 New York Mets? Sweep, sweep, sweep followed by a sweep. The losses were More...

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By Elizabeth DiPietro On Thursday, June 21st, 2012
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Interleague is Child’s Play for Yanks in 2012

CC Sabathia and the rest of the Yankees pitching staff have dominated interleague play in 2012. It’s generally understood that the American League is well-known for power hitting, while the National League yields More...

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By Eddie Utley On Tuesday, June 19th, 2012
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R.eally A.mazing Dickey

Mets knuckleballer, R.A. Dickey, is now 11-1 on the season after pitching his second consecutive one-hitter. Baseball writers, announcers, analysts, and everyone around the game are going to run out of superlatives More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Monday, June 18th, 2012
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Mid-Way Through June, Yankees Enjoying Dominant Month

Ivan Nova has been dominant through three June starts. He became the first AL pitcher to notch nine victories this season. The New York Yankees are on fire here in early summer. The team has won 13 of it’s More...

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By Eddie Utley On Monday, June 18th, 2012
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Mets Fighting Through a June Swoon

The Mets are playing just .500 ball so far in June, including being swept by the Yankees and Reds. After getting swept by the Yanks, the New York Mets went out and blitzed Tampa. They beat David Price, Jeremy Hellickson More...

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By Philip Mathew On Sunday, June 17th, 2012
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Run(s) and a Win – Patriots Defeat Revolution

Scoring runs and winning games for the Somerset Patriots against the York Revolution has been a difficult task.  However, the Patriots were able to find the solution on Saturday night in front of 6,484 at TD Bank More...

Joe Torre has been named the next manager of Team USA for the World Baseball Classic.
By Gregg Snyder On Friday, June 15th, 2012
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Joe Torre Returning to the Dugout, Will Coach Team USA in WBC

Joe Torre has been named the next manager of Team USA for the World Baseball Classic. With 2,326 wins as a manager in his career, Joe Torre is one of the most successful at the position in Major League Baseball More...

Somerset first baseman, Jesse Hoorelbeke, may be playing his final season of organized baseball.
By Philip Mathew On Thursday, June 14th, 2012
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Jesse Hoorelbeke’s Final Frontier; First Baseman Fulfilling Goal of Playing for Somerset

Somerset first baseman, Jesse Hoorelbeke, may be playing his final season of organized baseball. After playing some of his best years in the Atlantic League as a record-breaking home run hitter, Somerset Patriots More...