1. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Pedro Feliciano

    Currently the lone left-handed pitcher in the New York Mets' projected 2009 bullpen, 'loogy' Pedro Feliciano will be carrying a large burden with him into the upcoming season...

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  2. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Duaner Sanchez

    Two and a half years removed from a taxicab incident that sidelined him for the entire 2007 season, Duaner Sanchez is looking to prove that he can once again be one of the best relievers in baseball...

    Andrew  Wharton Written by Andrew Wharton about over 6 years ago 175 reads 6 comments

  3. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Sean Green

    2008 Stats 72 G, 4-5, 4.67 ERA, 79.0 IP, 62 SO, 1.468 WHIP Yet another new face in the New York bullpen in 2009, Sean Green (not to be confused with former Mets' outfielder Shawn Green) brings to New York a large frame and tons of potential...

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  4. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: J.J. Putz

    2008 Stats 47 G, 6-5, 15 SV, 3.88 ERA, 46.1 IP, 56 SO, 1.597 WHIP Coming off of his toughest season in the majors to date, big 6'5", 250-pound right-hander J.J. Putz will start the season as the New York Mets' setup man...

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  5. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Francisco Rodriguez

    2008 Stats 76 G, 2-3, 62 SV, 2.24 ERA, 68.3 IP, 77 SO, 1.288 WHIP, .216/.314/.316 vs. Hitters Ah, yes; K-Rod...

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  6. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Jonathan Niese

    2008 Stats AA: 22 GS, 6-7, 3.04 ERA, 2 CG, 124.1 IP, 112 SO, 1.30 WHIP AAA: 7 GS, 5-1, 3.40 ERA, 39.2 IP, 32 SO, 1.21 WHIP MLB: 3 GS, 1-1, 7.07 ERA, 14.0 IP, 11 SO, 2.00 WHIP Jon Niese is listed as the Mets' No...

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  7. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Tim Redding

    2008 Stats (Was) 33 GS, 10-11, 4.95 ERA, 182 IP, 120 SO, 1.429 WHIP, .275/.340/.449 vs. Hitters In 2008 with the Washington Nationals, Tim Redding was anything but stellar. In fact, he was about the equivalent of a No...

    Andrew  Wharton Written by Andrew Wharton about over 6 years ago 119 reads 1 comments

  8. Ten Reasons the New York Mets Didn't "Choke" in 2008

    "There's no way they will choke again this year." Ah yes, the naivity. That was the thought on mind of every Mets fan who sat and watched them completely fall apart in 2007. That and, "We got Johan Santana...

    Andrew  Wharton Written by Andrew Wharton about over 6 years ago 244 reads 20 comments

  9. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Mike Pelfrey

    Mike Pelfrey's 2008 Stats 32 GS, 13-11, 3.72 ERA, 200.2 IP, 110 SO, 1.36 WHIP, .276/.336/.393 vs. hittersMike Pelfrey was perhaps the greatest story for the New York Mets in 2008...

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  10. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: John Maine

    2008 Season Stats 25 GS, 10-8, 4.18 ERA, 140 IP, 122 SO, 1.35 WHIP, .234/.317/.372 vs. Hitters Put it this way—the Maine was sunk in 2008. Coming off a 15-win season in 2007, John Maine was expected to step up and be a young leader in 2008...

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  11. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Oliver Perez

    2008 Season Stats: 34 GS, 10-7, 4.22 ERA, 194 IP, 180 SO, .234/.338/.387 vs. hitters.First of all, I would just like to say welcome back, Ollie! Now that's out of the way, let's get serious here...

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  12. New York Mets 2009 Rundown: Johan Santana

    2008 Season Stats 34 GS, 16-7, 2.53 ERA, 234.1 IP, 206 SO, 1.15 WHIP, .232/.286/.362 vs. Hitters Of course, Johan Santana was a strong candidate for the Cy Young Award in 2008, ...

    Andrew  Wharton Written by Andrew Wharton about over 6 years ago 54 reads 2 comments

  13. The Mets' Hibernation Is Over: It's Time for Baseball!

    Once again Spring is closing in on us, and we only have 10 days until pitchers and catchers report. After a long, cold winter, it is time to pack the bags and migrate down to Florida to watch the guys prepare for another season of Mets baseball...

    Andrew  Wharton Written by Andrew Wharton about over 6 years ago 30 reads 0 comments