Dilson Herrera Homers and Triples As Impressive Debut Continues

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Dilson Herrera Homers and Triples As Impressive Debut Continues

Second baseman Dilson Herrera had a big day at the plate on Monday against the Miami Marlins. Herrera blasted a solo home run, his first, against Henderson Alvarez in the third. Then he lined a two-run triple against Sam Dyson in the sixth. Herrera, 20, did commit two errors, giving him three in four games. […]

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Mets Promote Conforto, Rosario, Urena To Savannah

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Mets Promote Conforto, Rosario, Urena To Savannah

The Mets have promoted outfielder Michael Conforto to Single-A Savannah as the Sand Gnats head to the playoffs. Joining the 2014 first-rounder will be his Brooklyn Cyclones teammates shortstop Amed Rosario and third baseman Jhoan Urena. Conforto batted .331/.403/ .448 with three home runs, 10 doubles, 30 runs and 19 RBI in 42 games with […]

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Prospect Watch: Molina’s Secondary Pitches, Rosario’s Improving Approach

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Prospect Watch: Molina’s Secondary Pitches, Rosario’s Improving Approach

Saturday night I had the pleasure of catching a game between two of the New York Penn League’s best teams, the Tri City Valley Cats and the Mets’ own Brooklyn Cyclones. Let me tell you MMO, we can begin to get excited about a couple farmhands on that roster, specifically Marcos Molina and Amed Rosario. […]

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Cyclones Eliminated As Playoff Hopes Went Down to the Wire

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Cyclones Eliminated As Playoff Hopes Went Down to the Wire

Beginning the last day of the season, the Brooklyn Cyclones and the Connecticut Tigers were locked in a tie for the only New York-Penn League Wild Card slot.  Connecticut held the tiebreaker, meaning Brooklyn needed both a win and a Tiger loss to make it to the playoffs.  The dust finally settled three hours after […]

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MMO Game Recap: Marlins 9, Mets 6

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MMO Game Recap: Marlins 9, Mets 6

The Mets (64-74) lost to the Miami Marlins (67-69) this afternoon by a score of 9-6. What you should know: Giancarlo Stanton got the Marlins on the board first this afternoon as he rocketed his 34th home run of the year over the left field fence to give the Marlins an early 1-0 lead in […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Marlins, 1:10 PM

An article by posted on September 1, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Marlins, 1:10 PM

The Mets open a three game series against the Marlins beginning with a Labor Day matchup in Miami at 1:10 PM. Zack Wheeler  (9-9, 3.44) starts for the Mets, while Henderson Alvarez (10-6, 2.75) pitches for the Marlins. Bobby Parnell says he won’t throw off a mound until after Christmas. He will remain in Florida through the Winter rehabbing and […]

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3 Up, 3 Down: Mets Phil Up on Momentum For Miami

An article by posted on September 1, 2014 0 Comments
3 Up, 3 Down: Mets Phil Up on Momentum For Miami

The Mets went almost entirely with home grown talent this weekend against the Phillies as clubhouse veterans such as Daniel Murphy, David Wright and Curtis Granderson saw their playing diminished for various reasons.  The results?  The Amazins’ added another series W to this year’s resume.  Below are the usual 3 Up/3 Down takeaways. 3 Up 1.  Sunday […]

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Will 2015 Be A Repeat Of 2014 For Mets?

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Will 2015 Be A Repeat Of 2014 For Mets?

Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, raised a very interesting question in his column over the weekend. Will the 2015 Mets really be any better than the 2014 Mets? The obvious things to remember are that Matt Harvey will return, likely taking the mound on opening day to a huge, energized crowd. Bobby Parnell will also […]

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Mets Fire Senior VP of Ticket Sales Leigh Castergine

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Mets Fire Senior VP of Ticket Sales Leigh Castergine

In a statement released to Fred Kerber of the New York Post, the Mets confirmed the recent whispers that Leigh Castergine, senior vice president of ticket sales had been fired. “Leigh Castergine, Senior Vice President of Ticket Sales & Services, is no longer with the organization. Although no replacement has been named yet, we have a talented […]

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A Month To Forget For Curtis Granderson

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A Month To Forget For Curtis Granderson

Saturday night was not too kind to the struggling Curtis Granderson. The Mets right fielder went 0-for-4, striking out with the bases loaded to end the seventh and leaving the field to a chorus of boos. Ironically, it was supposed to be his day as the Mets gave out Granderson bobbleheads to fans who were […]

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