Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Mets News and Notes: Mets Mess, Wright, Santana, McHugh, Kids Go Free


Mets News and Notes:

The METS ARE A MESS..... They’re 11-26 since the All-Star break and dropped to nine games under .500 for the first time in three years following a 6-2 loss to the Rockies on Tuesday night, which prompted manager Terry Collins to hold a team meeting.

David Wright was quoted, "I don't think we are a bad team, We are just playing very bad right now. If you watch our games, you can probably see from the outside what we are seeing; we are not executing. The coaching staff is getting us prepared. The players, we have to do a better job of executing." 

The biggest news will come before tonight's game when the results of Johan Santana’s MRI are expected to be announced.

If Santana cannot start Thursday afternoon, Colin McHugh has been promoted from Triple-A to the taxi squad to take his place. Adam Rubin has a scouting report on McHugh, who has been described as a “Dillon Gee type” who relies on pinpoint control.

The New York Mets announced a Kids Go Free ticket offer for the Mets-Rockies game this Thursday, August 23 at 1:10 p.m. at Citi Field. Up to three children 12 and under will get free admission with the purchase of regularly priced tickets.

For the Kids Go Free ticket offer available via phone at (718) 507-TIXX and in person at the Citi Field Box Office, fans buying one adult ticket will get up to three complimentary kids tickets. or the ticket offer available online at Mets.com/KidsFree, fans may purchase a Family Four Pack that includes four tickets for the price of two.

For the ticket offer available online at Mets.com/KidsFree, fans may purchase a Family Four Pack that includes four tickets for the price of two.

All tickets must be picked up at Citi Field the day of the game and children must be present.

For more information, contact the Mets Ticket Office at (718) 507-TIXX.

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