Jerry Blevins Cleared To Throw

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Jerry Blevins Cleared To Throw

The Mets announced that left-handed reliever Jerry Blevins, has been cleared by team doctors to begin throwing. Blevins sustained a broken left wrist on April 19 after taking a comebacker to the mound against the Marlins. There is no timetable for his return yet but clearly this is a step in the right direction. The Mets […]

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Mets Option Anthony Recker To Make Room For Travis d’Arnaud

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Mets Option Anthony Recker To Make Room For Travis d’Arnaud

Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud is now in New York and with the team. He will be activated from the disabled list before Friday’s game with the Washington Nationals. To make room for d’Arnaud the Mets optioned Anthony Recker back to Triple-A Las Vegas after this afternoon’s loss to the Padres. That leaves Kevin Plawecki as the […]

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MMO Game Recap: Padres 8, Mets 7

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MMO Game Recap: Padres 8, Mets 7

The Mets (52-50) were defeated by the San Diego Padres (49-53) by a score of 8-7 today at Citi Field, and in the process, dropping the rubber game. Jon Niese had a bounce back outing today, after he got lit up by the Dodgers his last time out. The southpaw pitched much better today, as […]

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For Terry’s Future, It’s Playoffs or Bust

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For Terry’s Future, It’s Playoffs or Bust

After Tuesday night’s 4-0 win against the San Diego Padres, Terry Collins told the media that he doesn’t believe there’s too many teams out there that would want to face the Mets pitching staff in a playoff situation. He’s probably right about that. After all, what manager would sign up to face something to the […]

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Latest Trade News: Mets Not Interested In Cespedes

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Latest Trade News: Mets Not Interested In Cespedes

Sources told Andy Martino of the Daily News that the Detroit Tigers reached out to the New York Mets on Wednesday night to try and shop Yoenis Cespedes. According to Martino, the Mets told the Tigers they had no interest. It corroborates a report from Mike Francesca this afternoon who reported the same thing. Not […]

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Blue Jays Have Jon Niese On Their Radar

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Blue Jays Have Jon Niese On Their Radar

The Toronto Blue Jays are still shopping for starting pitching despite already acquiring David Price on Wednesday, according to Chris Cotillo of MLB Daily Dish. “According to an organizational source, the team is still looking at options on the trade market, with both rotation and bullpen options on the table.” “Two options that the Jays […]

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Report: Brewers Deny Gomez Hip Issue, Mets Nixed Deal Due To Payroll Concerns

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Report: Brewers Deny Gomez Hip Issue, Mets Nixed Deal Due To Payroll Concerns

The story keeps changing on the dead in the water Carlos Gomez deal. This is why I’ve been imploring everyone to stop taking sides when both teams are trying feverishly to save face and nobody knows the truth. Tim Haudricourt of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel is now reporting that the Mets killed the deal because of […]

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Jumping To Conclusions and Agent-Speak

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Jumping To Conclusions and Agent-Speak

Update 11:30 am Brewers beat writer Tom Haudricourt has spent the day trying to explain to fans what exactly happened. Now, in the latest tweet meant to set off yet another firestorm, Haudricourt says, The more details I get on nixed Gomez trade, the more it sounds as if it became more financial matter than medical […]

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Duda Breaks Out Of Slump With Home Run Barrage

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Duda Breaks Out Of Slump With Home Run Barrage

After battling through a dreadful slump for almost two months, Lucas Duda broke out in incredible fashion during yesterday’s game. Duda crushed three home runs against Padres’ pitching, and he became only the 11th player in franchise history to accomplish this feat. He also joins Kirk Nieuwenhuis as the second player in team history to […]

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Jenrry Mejia Tested Positive While Still Serving First Suspension

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Jenrry Mejia Tested Positive While Still Serving First Suspension

According to T.J. Quinn of ESPN, Jenrry Mejia’s second failed drug test came while he was still serving his first 80 game suspension. So despite the second suspension being announced a few weeks after Mejia was reinstated, the results were from while he tested positive during his first suspension. That’s kind of difficult to believe… […]

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