Mets Place Cesar Puello On Waivers

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Mets Place Cesar Puello On Waivers

Major League sources tell Adam Rubin of ESPN New York that the New York Mets have placed outfield prospect Cesar Puello on waivers. Not a surprise as this has been widely expected. Puello was out of options and was not going to make the opening day roster. If Puello does not clear waivers, he’ll go […]

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Mets Make Smart Move With Lagares

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Mets Make Smart Move With Lagares

The Mets made their fans happy on Wednesday by signing all-world, defensive wizard, Juan Lagares, to a four-year $23 million extension. The deal will start in 2016, covering all four of his arbitration-eligible seasons, plus a one-year $9.5 million club option for his first year of free agent eligibility. We talked yesterday about a potential […]

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MMO Game Recap: Cardinals 5, Mets 4

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MMO Game Recap: Cardinals 5, Mets 4

The New York Mets came up a run short on Wednesday as they fell to the St. Louis Cardinals by a score of 5-4 at Tradition Field. Pitching: In his final tuneup of the Spring before his Opening Day start against the Washington Nationals, Bartolo Colon had mixed results against the Cards who tagged him […]

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Five Things We Learned From Sandy Alderson

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Five Things We Learned From Sandy Alderson

Sandy Alderson is extremely happy with the Spring the Mets have had, and what he likes most is the camaraderie between the players and how they’ve invested in each other. He credits Mike Barwis and Kevin Long for some of that. He’s also very happy with the Mets record in Spring Training Alderson said that […]

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MMO Game Thread: Cardinals vs Mets, 1:10 PM (SNY)

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MMO Game Thread: Cardinals vs Mets, 1:10 PM (SNY)

The New York Mets will play their final Grapefruit League game at Port St. Lucie on Wednesday, as they host the St. Louis Cardinals at Tradition Field. Opening Day starter Bartolo Colon takes the hill against Carlos Martinez in a 1:10 PM contest. Mets starters have had displayed remarkable control during Grapefruit League games. Bartolo […]

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Breaking: Mets Sign Juan Lagares To 4-Year, $23 Million Extension

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Breaking: Mets Sign Juan Lagares To 4-Year, $23 Million Extension

According to Jim Bowden of ESPN, outfielder Juan Lagares and the Mets have agreed on a 4-year extension with a club option. The deal is expected to be worth $23 million and covers all of Lagares’ arbitration years and one year of free agency. Lagares is already signed for 2015, so this new deal starts […]

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Gee Overcomes Challenge From Montero, Wins Fifth Starter Job

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Gee Overcomes Challenge From Montero, Wins Fifth Starter Job

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, veteran righthander Dillon Gee will be the Mets fifth starter based on information he received from several team sources. Despite a stiff challenge from prospect Rafael Montero, Gee will remain in the rotation as the Mets head into Opening Day. Gee could get traded within the month […]

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Rafael Montero No Longer Tipping Pitches

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Rafael Montero No Longer Tipping Pitches

According to what pitching coach Dan Warthen told Kristie Ackert of the Daily News, righthander Rafael Montero was tipping his pitches last year and early this Spring. “€œHe was tipping his pitches,”€ Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen said of Montero, referring to last season and earlier this spring. “€œHorribly. That’€™s pretty much all we’ve worked […]

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Hey Lennon and Klapisch… Thanks, But No Thanks

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Hey Lennon and Klapisch… Thanks, But No Thanks

Please stop. Please for God’s sake stop it. You are sitting there angrily clicking away on your laptop because Fred Wilpon didn’t give you a frigging sound-bite, a quote. You don’t care. You don’t care one bit about the NY Mets … or their fans. You just care about your little nugget … your Scooby snack … […]

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Overcrowded Bullpen Has Caused Quite a Conundrum

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Overcrowded Bullpen Has Caused Quite a Conundrum

It’s hard to believe that just two days ago, even Terry Collins was unsure who would get the regular season call to face opposing lefty sluggers in the late innings. With Josh Edgin out for the season with a torn UCL and no proven options in camp, the Mets bullpen, an expected strength to begin […]

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