Tagged: Jose Reyes

The New York Mets 2012 Game Recap: Mets 2 Marlins 1

It’s been a couple of days since I’ve been able to post something, life sometimes does get in the way you know. I did do the Mets weekly report yesterday if that counts for anything. If you haven’t listened to it as of yet you can access it here.

Jose Reyes returned to Citi Field a midst cheers and boos and took a collar on the night going 0-4….it’s too bad he got booed. He did what he needed to do and what EVERY single person in the stands would do….he took the money. So what.

Johan Santana threw another beautiful game last night and once again gets a no decision. Three hits, one run, eleven strike outs and only two walks. I’d say the “old” Santana is back and that’s a good thing for both the Mets and for him.

Josh Thole is on fire at the plate folks….I wish he’d get better behind the dish but if he continues to rake like he has it will be much easier to watch the defensive adventures of Josh Thole this season.

Lucas Duda got the game winning RBI…he’s going to be okay I think.

Kirk Nieuwenhuis made another outstanding grab last night and seems very comfortable batting leadoff….we’ll see what happens when Torres comes back.

Jordany Valdespin saw his first big league action last night at second base…I like this kid.

Good win especially after black Monday with the Giants….hopefully the Amazins will win another one tonight when R. A. Dickey takes the hill.

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The Baseball Page Podcast: New York Mets Baseball with Mark Berman

On this weeks Baseball Page Podcast I’m joined by Mr. Mark Berman. Mark is the owner of Blogging Mets and is also the author of the novel Brilliant Disguise that is available here.  Tonight Mark and I are discussing the NY Mets. Join us as we reminisce about past Met teams and discuss the 2012 Mets. Of special interest is our discussion on whether or not Mets Third Baseman David Wright should be traded.

To listen to the show from the site please click the link provided below. To save this program to your portable listening device please right click the link below and select “save as”.

http://phillyflash.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/ny-mets-hot-stove-baseball.mp3

Fantasy Baseball on the Phil Naessens Show!

Special guests Bob and Jonathan Bentz from the outstanding websitewww.fantasybaseballdugout.comteach us everything we need to know about Fantasy Baseball on this week’s Phil Naessens Show!

Music by MatzWallez

The Phil Naessens Show is proudly presented by Swagg Screen and Textile

 

Hot Stove Baseball with Greg Eno!

We’re talking hot stove baseball with Mr. Greg Eno on today’s Phil Naessens Show! Greg shares the news regarding the Detroit Tigers and we also take a look at some of the recent free agent signings as well as speculate about Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes and Prince Fielder…

To listen to the show from the site please click the link provided below. To save this program to your portable listening device please right click the link below and select “save as”.

http://phillyflash.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/hot-stove-baseball-with-greg-eno.mp3

Artwork and Logo by Mr. Spiros Pandis

Music by MatzWallez

The Phil Naessens Show is proudly presented by Swagg Screen and Textile

Jose Reyes Wins The National League Batting Title!

New York Mets shortstop Jose Reyes has won the National League Batting Title. Reyes becomes the first Met in the history of the organization to win this title. You can read the full story here.

Reyes had an amazing year for the Amazin’s and it was an absolute joy to watch him play this year.

The fans were ticked off after he left the game so abruptly and rightly so. Jose is a lifetime Met and in what was most likely Jose’s last game as a Met they just wanted to see him play in a Met uniform a little while longer.

Can’t say as I blame them.

Jose is going to be asking for BIG money and a LENGTHY contract. I don’t see a problem with paying the guy BIG money to keep him but Jose plays hard and occasionally finds his way on the disabled list soI don’t see anyone offering Jose more then five years and 100 million.

Will the Mets be able to re-sign him?

Stay tuned!

Congratulations Jose and if this was your last season as a New York Met, and I truly hope that it isn’t, THANK YOU for the awesome memories!!

Fennville High: A Lesson in Showing Up

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The topics
for this week’s Phil Naessens Show include;

1). Wes
Leonard and the Fennville High School Varsity Basketball team

2). The NBA
featuring the Chicago Bulls

3). The 2011 New
York Mets

http://phillyflash.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/fennville-high-a-lesson-in-showing-up.mp3