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Up, Down, All Around: NY Mets Make Some Roster Moves


Former Rutgers star, Jack Egbert, has been called up by the New York Mets and will get a chance out of the bullpen. As you all know by now, Ike Davis can unpack his suitcases and parka.  There’ll be no trip to Buffalo for him. But, the New York Mets have made a few other moves, with a few more looming in the near future. DJ Carrasco was designated More...

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By Eddie Utley On Friday, May 25th, 2012

Ike’s Ticket To Buffalo Cancelled, Will Stay With Mets

The Mets have decided to keep Ike Davis up with the big club as he works through his struggles. For weeks there have been rumblings that New York Mets first baseman Ike Davis would be heading to Buffalo to straighten More...

By Eddie Utley On Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012

Someone Call PPL, The Mets Have a Major Power Outage

  Lucas Duda and the rest of the Mets lineup have not produced much offensive power this season. Coming into the season, it was expected that the New York Mets would be missing a few things and also be a bottom More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Friday, May 18th, 2012

Bombers Need More Explosion from the Middle of the Order

  The middle of the Yankees lineup, including Mark Teixeira, has struggled this season. The New York Yankees live and die by the home run, that’s no secret. A Thursday night loss to the Toronto Blue More...

By Philip Mathew On Friday, May 18th, 2012

Nettles and Tucker Star As Somerset Sweeps Bridgeport

Jeff Nettles has been swinging a hot bat for the Patriots. The Somerset Patriots continued their dominance at home with a 4-2 victory over the Bridgeport Bluefish Thursday night at TD Bank Ballpark.  With the victory, More...

By Rich Mancuso On Thursday, May 17th, 2012

Mets Bullpen Blows Again While Carassco Gets Sent Packing

New York – Tuesday evening New York Mets right hander D.J. Carrasco was involved in a controversial pitch that was thrown to Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers. In the eighth inning at Citi Field Wednesday night More...

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By Rich Mancuso On Thursday, May 17th, 2012

The Pitch & Game That Got Away As Mets Lose To Brews

New York – Terry Collins said the game of baseball has unwritten rules when it comes to a retaliation pitch. Tuesday night, at Citi Field, the New York Mets manager said he would not risk David Wright from getting More...

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By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

A Look at the Mets Closer Conundrum

Frank Francisco has been shaky as the Mets closer this season. Yesterday is a prime example to why the closer situation over the weekend is a big issue. The New York Mets got their rear ends handed to them More...

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By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, May 16th, 2012

An Injury Roundup for New York Mets

After suffering a concussion in a collision, Mets catcher Josh Thole should be ready to return from the 7-day DL. Josh Thole, the New York Mets starting catcher, has been on the 7-day concussion DL. He is finally More...

By Eddie Utley On Monday, May 14th, 2012

Time For Bobby Parnell To Get His Job Back

Frank Francisco has not gotten the job done as the Mets closer. Time for Bobby Parnell to have that role back? Last week, I thought it would just be a blip with Frank Francisco and the blown save. However, he More...