Sean Gilmartin Has Found Stability In Queens

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Sean Gilmartin Has Found Stability In Queens

While it’s safe to say that the weakest part of this Mets team is the bullpen, that is not to say that there haven’t been several bright spots in it this year. It started with the emergence of Jeurys Familia as one of the best stoppers in all of baseball in the absence of Jenrry […]

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Michael Conforto: Something Wicked This Way Comes

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Michael Conforto: Something Wicked This Way Comes

Wicked? Yes. Wicked Awesome! Michael Conforto just continues to look better and better the more he plays. Last night, he homered for the fourth time this season (second time at home) and finished the game going 2-for-2 with a walk. His opposite field solo home run in the fifth inning gave the Mets the lead, […]

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WOR Documentary Of Legendary Mets Announcer Howie Rose

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WOR Documentary Of Legendary Mets Announcer Howie Rose

WOR went behind the scenes and followed Mets Broadcaster Howie Rose around Citi Field for a night, providing baseball fans the opportunity to see some really unique and exclusive footage of Howie in his role as the radio voice of the Mets. This short documentary features some candid shots of Howie , and allows him […]

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Collins Hopes Addison Reed Is The Missing Piece

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Collins Hopes Addison Reed Is The Missing Piece

With the Mets struggling to find a solid 7th inning reliever, Terry Collins is hopeful that newly acquired Addison Reed is the answer. “We’ve been snakebit in the seventh,’’ Collins said Sunday. “That’s the inning we have to clean up. For some reason that’s been the toughest inning for us and due to the innings […]

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Magic Number 26: Goodbye August, Hello September!

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Magic Number 26: Goodbye August, Hello September!

Wow, what a month… After a convincing 3-1 win over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday, the New York Mets wrapped up the month of August with a record of 20-8. The last time the Mets had won 20 or more games in a month was back in August of 2000, 15 years ago. And we […]

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MMO Mailbag: Extension For Murphy Or Cespedes?

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MMO Mailbag: Extension For Murphy Or Cespedes?

Greg H. asks… If the Mets could keep and sign only one, who would you give an extension to: Daniel Murphy or Yoenis Cespedes? Connor replies… This is a really difficult question when you consider all of the moving pieces involved. Clearly, at least this year, Cespedes has been a drastically more valuable player than […]

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Bart Sizzles Yet Again On Mound For Mets

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Bart Sizzles Yet Again On Mound For Mets

The ageless wonder Bartolo Colon was nothing short of magnificant last night. In a 3-1 Mets win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Colon tossed a beauty of a game by going eight innings strong while allowing no runs. He gave up just four hits and finished the night striking out nine batters and walking just one. It appears […]

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Colon Fires Eight Scoreless, Conforto and Grandy Homer in 3-1 Win Over Phils

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Colon Fires Eight Scoreless, Conforto and Grandy Homer in 3-1 Win Over Phils

The Mets (73-58) beat the Phillies (52-80) by a score of 3-1 Monday night at Citi Field. Pitching: Bartolo Colon started for the Mets and delivered his best start of the season, tossing 8 scoreless innings while striking out 9 batters and walking one. He allowed only 4 singles, pitching his way to his 3rd […]

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Matz Tosses 5.1 Scoreless Innings In Final Tuneup

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Matz Tosses 5.1 Scoreless Innings In Final Tuneup

Steven Matz looked fantastic tonight in his fourth and final rehab start for Double-A Binghamton. The hard-throwing lefty tossed 5 1/3 innings and held Reading to just one hit and two walks while striking out four in a 78 pitch effort. In his four rehab outings, Matz has given up just two runs on nine hits […]

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Lucas Duda Will Not Be Activated From DL When Eligible

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Lucas Duda Will Not Be Activated From DL When Eligible

Terry Collins told reporters today at Citi Field that Lucas Duda is still just tracking pitches and has yet to begin swinging a bat as he continues to rehab in St. Lucie from back pain. According to Collins, it is unlikely that Duda will be activated from the disabled list when he is eligible to […]

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