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Deja, deja vu: Walkoff homer makes it another 2-1 loss

Another night game against the Padres, another 2-1 loss. Scott Hairston knocked a Pedro Feliciano fastball over the left field wall in the bottom of the 10th early Sunday morning for a walkoff home run that put the New York … Continue reading

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… or will it be Pelfrey?

The latest “Who’s our fifth starter” rumors are pointing to Mike Pelfrey. The New York Daily News and Sports Illustrated are reporting that the New York Mets’ fifth starter will be Pelfrey, despite his less-than-stupendous spring. The 6-foot-7, 24-year-old righthander … Continue reading

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Will the Mets give Sosa the number 5 slot?

Jorge Sosa’s strong relief work for the Mets this spring may have earned him a spot in the starting rotation. Quoting a “person in the Mets hierarchy,” an article on the Mets’ Web site says the team is considering the … Continue reading

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Johan Santana gets the nod for opening day

We now know who will be the Mets’ opening-day starter against the Florida Marlins. It is, of course, our 137.5 million-dollar man, Johan Santana. Manager Willie Randolph made the announcement today, announcing four-fifths of the Mets starting rotation. Pedro Martinez, … Continue reading

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Welcome to NoNoHitters.com …

… a site devoted to the New York Mets’ dubious streak of having never pitched a no hitter in franchise history. The streak has now lasted: 7,320 games 46 seasons The San Diego Padres (circa 1969), Colorado Rockies (circa 1993) … Continue reading

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