Archive for May, 2013

Featured Post: Baxter Frustrated, Wants Incorporate Mets Approach and Be More Consistent

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Featured Post: Baxter Frustrated, Wants Incorporate Mets Approach and Be More Consistent

From his key double in his first at-bat in blue and orange, to his crucial catch in Johan Santana‘s no-hitter, to last night’s tenth inning walk-off knock against the White Sox, Mike Baxter has already found his place in Mets history and into the hearts of the Flushing Faithful. For Baxter however, he is always […]

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MMO Exclusive Interview: Daniel Murphy Talks Second Base, Lucas Duda’s Emergence

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MMO Exclusive Interview: Daniel Murphy Talks Second Base, Lucas Duda’s Emergence

Among the highs and lows to already come out of the first month of this season, the continued improvement of Daniel Murphy has certainly been one of the brighter spots to this point so far. Playing out of his natural position, Murphy has slowly made the proper adjustments on both sides of the diamond. After […]

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Collins Wasn’t Kidding; Turner Logs First Career Game In The Outfield

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Collins Wasn’t Kidding; Turner Logs First Career Game In The Outfield

Terry Collins says a lot of things that will raise eyebrows whenever we go to these pre and post game press conferences. Many times he’ll say one thing on Monday and then do the exact opposite on Wednesday. Just to cite two recent examples remember when he proclaimed Collin Cowgill the everyday center fielder on […]

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Ron Darling Talks to MMO About Harvey, Wheeler, Major Difference Between Them

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Ron Darling Talks to MMO About Harvey, Wheeler, Major Difference Between Them

Matt Harvey and Zack Wheeler headline a handful of budding young pitchers who hope to one day bring the New York Mets organization back to relevance again. Harvey,  in his first full season, is doing his best to do just that–as exemplified by his near-perfect, nine shutout frames in Tuesday night’s walk-off victory by the […]

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Duda Homers, But Mets Lose To Padres 6-3

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Duda Homers, But Mets Lose To Padres 6-3

That shot of Lucas Duda entering the dugout after a solo homerun in the second inning of the game was tonight’s highlight as the Mets were defeated by the Chicago White Sox by the score of 6-3. What a difference between the energy in last nights game compared to this one which had all the excitement of a wake. […]

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Ad-Rod Stays Hot With Walkoff Hit In 6-5 St. Lucie Win

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Ad-Rod Stays Hot With Walkoff Hit In 6-5 St. Lucie Win

  St. Lucie 6, Daytona 5 Aderlin Rodriguez drilled a two out, walk-off single to center to score T.J. Rivera with the winning run in the bottom of the 10th as the Mets completed a four-game sweep of the Daytona Cubs with a 6-5 victory on Wednesday. Rodriguez hit a solo home run in the fifth […]

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Verrett Untouchable, Nearly Tosses Complete Game In B-Mets Win

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Verrett Untouchable, Nearly Tosses Complete Game In B-Mets Win

  Binghamton 3, Trenton 1 With all the talk in Binghamton circling around Rafael Montero, the incredible season that Logan Verrett is having has almost gone by the boards. Verrett went ahead on Wednesday and tossed perhaps the best game of his career – as he nearly finished the game with a complete game victory. […]

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Torres Rocked For Nine Runs In 9-5 Vegas Loss

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Torres Rocked For Nine Runs In 9-5 Vegas Loss

  Round Rock 9, Las Vegas 5 I am not a mean-spirited guy when it comes to baseball, honestly, but why is Carlos Torres on our AAA team? He was lit up again on Wednesday night for a grand total of nine earned runs over 4+ innings and it was just a really rough performance. […]

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The Dominator: Rafael Montero Mows Them Down

An article by posted on May 8, 2013 0 Comments

Some people believe that we were put on this planet to serve a purpose. They believe that we were all put here for a reason. Well if that is the case, Rafael Montero was put on this planet for one reason: to pitch. Montero was going through the Trenton Thunder lineup with surgical precision tonight, […]

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Is Keith Hernandez Slipping?

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Is Keith Hernandez Slipping?

I don’t know what’s up with Keith Hernandez lately. I mean he’s always been kind of funny, provides great insights, is definitely entertaining and amusing, and he keeps each Mets broadcast light-hearted and serious all at the same time (when he’s there). The truth is that love him. I was crazy about him as a […]

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