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Tonights Game: Mets vs Phillies

Posted by Jake Lublin

When: 7:10

Where: Citi Field

Tune In: SNY or listen WFAN

Mets Lineup:

1. Jose Reyes – SS
2. Justin Turner – 3B
3. Carlos Beltran – RF
4. Jason Bay – LF
5. Nick Evans – 1B
6. Angel Pagan – CF
7. Ronny Paulino – C
8. Ruben Tejada – 2B

Mike Pelfrey (3-4, 5.37 ERA) will go for the Mets tonight after his last stellar innings against the Yankees.  In the 7th a misstep led to the down fall and the loss of the game.  So far this year he is 0-2 with a 14.21 ERA in just 6 1/3.

Cole Hamels (6-2, 3.03 ERA) will toe the mound for the Phillies tonight.  Hamels is coming off beating the Rockies and the Reds in back to back starts.  In his career Hamels is 2-9 with a 4.35 ERA in 14 starts against the Mets

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Pre Game

Posted by Jake Lublin

Terry's Pre Game Talk brought to us from Matt Dunn SNY producer:

  • The decision on R.A. Dickey will come after his bullpen session tomorrow
  • Aren't sure if Dickey will be able to cover first base
  • Ike Davis took batting practice in PSL today, however he has not started running
  • Is happy with the way Mike Pelfrey is throwing the ball
  • Nick Evans will take first tonight and Collins has planed on this the whole time he was called up, the decision has nothing to do with Daniel Murphy botched play at first yesterday night
  • Angel Pagan brings a lot to the bottom of the lineup, but doesn't want him to get ahead of himself
  • Justin Turner's hitting mechanics have been great of late
  • Ruben Tejada needs to get bigger for his offense to pick up
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Einhorn agrees to principle owner

Posted by Jake Lublin

“Einhorn has agreed in principal to purchase roughly 33 percent of the team for $200 million, which will infuse cash and keep the organization solvent in the immediate future. In three years, according to the source, Einhorn has an option to up his stake to 60 percent, although principal owner Fred Wilpon and his family have an opportunity to block Einhorn from gaining that majority stake.

The source said the Wilpons can stop Einhorn from gaining the majority share essentially by returning Einhorn’s initial $200 million investment yet allowing him to keep the 33 percent share of the team.”

- Adam Rubin, ESPN New York

Make sure to check out more news on Einhorn at ESPN New York.

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Dickey/ Call up send down/ Sandy Alderson

Posted by Jake Lublin

After being evaluated at Hospital for Special Surgery R.A. Dickey was diagnosed with a partial tear of his planter facia of his right foot. Dickey will be throwing in the pen and is expected to make his next start.

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN NY Bobby Parnell has his equipment in his locker, however he is not activated yet.

The Mets sent down Fernando Martinez to triple-A Buffalo, and optioned Pat Misch for assignment.

Filling in for Misch is RHP Dale Thayer, who in 20 games for Triple-A Buffalo is 2-0 with a 2.05 ERA with 25 strikeouts in 26 1/3 innings.

Before todays game Sandy Alderson had these words to say about the on going drama around the club

  • Is predicting the teams payroll with be from $100 million and $145 in 2012
  • Is confident that Fred Wilpon was not quoted in Sports Illustrated regarding next years pay roll
  • David Einhorn made some real impressive comments during yesterday's conference call, and was flattered by them
  • Didn't fell the need to talk to Carlos BeltranDavid Wright and Jose Reyes about Fred Wilpon's comments in the New Yorker Article
  • If the transaction goes through he is sure Einhorn will make a great owner


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Gary Carter’s tumors most likely maligant

Posted by Jake Lublin

Doctors at Duke University Hospital had to say this about Gary's medical condition.

“Following a thorough examination and assessment of Gary Carter, biopsies were performed this morning from a tumor located in Mr. Carter’s brain. The preliminary results are that his tumor appears to be malignant. Once the pathology report is available, which will take several days, we will discuss treatment options with Mr. Carter and his family.

In the meantime, Mr. Carter is in excellent spirits and good physical condition. He is resting comfortably, surrounded by his family. We hope that his friends and fans will continue to pray for Mr. Carter and his family during this time.”

This afternoon the Daily News said the tumors in Gary Carter's brain are 90% maligant

I cant put into words how terrible this news is, my thoughts and prayers go out to the Carter family and I know everyone is hoping Gary pulls through with a speedy recovery.



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Recap: Phillies 6, Mets 4

Posted by Jake Lublin

The Mets fall to the Phillies tonight in a heartbreaker at the end of the game.

Box Score: Click Here

Key Info:

  • Daniel Murphy couldn't field a ground ball off the bat of Domonic Brown in the 9th that eventually ended up in the game winning run.
  • Chris Capuano pitched 6 brilliant innings, allowing four hits, two runs one being earned, also adding 8 strike outs.
  • Justin Turner picked up his first 4 hit game of his career, also adding an RBI Turner is now .438 at Citi Field.
  • Angel Pagan went 2-4 while steeling a base and scoring a run in his return to the lineup.
  • Francisco Rodriguez (1-1) was given the loss for the Mets after allowing five hits and three runs in two thirds of an inning.

Some Thoughts:

  • Tonight the Mets played a solid game against the hard fighting Phillies.  Capuano pitched a stellar game going 6 and only giving up two runs one which was earned.  However, for the first time in a while we saw the bullpen fall apart especially later in the game with K-rod who of late has been spotless.
  • Also in the 9th Daniel Murphy misplayed an easy double play to get out of the inning which let up the go ahead run.
  • Willie Harris could not convert when he was called into pinch hit for Capuano with runners on scoring position
  • Jose Reyes once again causes confusion for all catchers, when tonight the ball was thrown to an empty second base that eventually reached center field.
  • When Jason Isringhausen and K-Rod are spotless like they normally on the dynamic duo always seems to finish out the late innings strong.  But tonight when we saw their faults it ended up in a late game loss for the Mets.

Terry Collins Post Game Reaction:

  • Was disappointed in the fans reaction to K-rod because he has been pitching well all year
  • Pulled Capuano after 78 pitches because he needed some offense, thought the bullpen would come through
  • Impressed with Pagan in his first start back
  • Told Frankie not to get down on himself its only one game, the reason for him struggling could have been from his lack of appearances of late.

Next For The Mets:

Mike Pelfrey (3-4, 5.37 ERA) will face Cole Hamels (6-2, 3.06 ERA) on the hill tomorrow in the middle game of the series.  Game start is projected for 7: 10 pm. 

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Recap: Cubs 9, Mets 3

Posted by Jake Lublin


In todays matinee the Mets fell to the Cubs 9 to 3

Box Score: Click Here

Key Info:

  • R.A. Dickey left todays game after pitching 2 2/3 innings while giving up 4 hits.  Dickey was covering 1st on a ground ball when he fell down in apparent pain.
  • Pedro Beato (1-1) was given the loss after coming in for Dickey.  Beato lasted an inning and a third and gave up 4 runs.
  • Carlos Zambrano (5-2) pitched a steller game holding the Mets to a run over 6 innings.  Not only on the mound did Z dominate the Mets he went 3-3 with a double and an RBI at the plate.
  • Jose Reyes added his 23 multi hit game of the year and the Mets only RBI.
  • Daniel Murphy went 3-4 and now is on a 6 game hit streak.

Some Thoughts:

Jason Pridie didn't play like I thought he would today with Pagan to be coming of the DL within a matter of days Pridie didn't seem to have any urgency to prove himself.

Today as many predicted yesterday the Mets used K-rod in the 8th today in a 9-3 game.

Next For The Mets

Chris Capuano (3-5, 5.36 ERA) will make the start for the Mets going against Roy Oswalt (3-2, 2.77 ERA) of the Phillies.  The game at Citi Field will start at 7:05

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David Einhorn invests in Mets

Posted by Jake Lublin

Earlier today the Mets chose David Einhorn as a partial owner of the Mets.  Einhorn bought less than 49% of the team for 200 million dollars.  The 2oo million is a personal investment from Einhorn, the details and approval from the MLB still need to be worked out.

Fred Wilpon has this to say about the investment

We are very excited about David joining our ownership group for several reasons. David’s investment immediately improves the franchise’s financial position. Equally important, David’s intelligence, integrity and success in both business and civic affairs provides us with another perspective in evaluating what is best for this organization and our fans, and we welcome his input. In partnership with David, we look forward to achieving our ultimate goal of again becoming World Series champions.”

Also Einhorn was quoted saying

“Having an opportunity to become part of the Mets franchise is exciting beyond my wildest childhood dreams.  I spent my first seven years living in New Jersey and rooting for the Mets.  In 1975, I even dressed in a homemade jersey as a Met for Halloween.  I have been a baseball fan for my entire life and have enjoyed teaching the game as the coach of my daughter’s little league team.  I look forward to partnering with the Wilpon and Katz families through the good seasons, the tough seasons and especially the championship seasons.”

In my opinion this is very exiting for the Mets organization and all Met fans.  The investment from Einhorn is the start to a new beginning for baseball in Flushing.  Hopefully the Mets will be able to work with Einhorn and build a world series caliber team.

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Recap: Mets 7, Cubs 4

Posted by Jake Lublin

In a rain shortened game the Mets took the victory in 7 innings, snapping their 3 game losing streak.

Box Score: Click Here

Key Info

Some Thoughts:

Gee once again surprised me with his start tonight.  Starting off allowing 4 runs in the 1st to the Cubs it looked like deja vu from the night before.  However once the Mets produced some runs Gee looked spotless once again, only allowing 1 hit the rest of the game.

When Jason Berg entered the game tonight it was crazy when he walked in two runs on 12 straight balls

If tomorrows game is played you will be sure to see Jason Isringhausen and Francisco Rodriguez

Terry's Thoughts

  • Did not know how bad the front was going to be, wanted to continue
  • Gee pitched a great game after the first
  • Early it was difficult to grip, his command wasn't up to his potential, but then flipped the script
  • Game sparked some players bats
  • Thole should be happy the last two games he has caught
  • Worst spring weather ever seen

Next For The Mets:

R.A. Dickey (2-5, 4.71 ERA) will start in the rubber game tomorrow afternoon trying to take the series against Carlos Zambrano (4-2, 4.88 ERA).  The projected game time is 2:20 pm

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Tonight’s Game: Mets vs. Cubs

Posted by Jake Lublin

Where: Wrigley Field

When: 8:05pm

Catch the Game: Watch on SNY, or listen in on WFAN 660

Mets (22-25) Starting line up:

  1. Jose Reyes SS
  2. Josh Thole C
  3. Carlos Beltran RF
  4. Jason Bay LF
  5. Daniel Murphy 1B
  6. Justin Turner 3B
  7. Jason Pridie CF
  8. Ruben Tejada 2B
  9. Dillon Gee P

Dillon Gee (3-0, 3.44 ERA) will start for the Mets. Gee was fantastic in his last start against the Nationals, allowing no earned runs on two hits in 7.2 innings pitched while striking out three in the win.

Cubs (21-25)

Casey Coleman (2-3, 6.03 ERA) will start for the Cubs. Coleman has struggled this season, but pitched fairly well in his last start going 5.2 innings allowing four hits and striking out seven in the win against the Marlins.

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