Mets Claim “Numerous Inaccuracies” In Security Report

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Mets Claim “Numerous Inaccuracies” In Security Report

Update: The Mets claimed there were “numerous inaccuracies” with a DNAinfo.com article stating they have slashed their security staff in recent years. (Matt Ehalt) “There are numerous inaccuracies as to what’s been reported,” the Mets said in a statement. “While the details of our security are by their very nature confidential, the security of all […]

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MMO Game Recap: Mets 8, Nationals 3

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MMO Game Recap: Mets 8, Nationals 3

The Mets defeated the Washington Nationals by a score of 8-3 at Space Coast Stadium this evening. Offense: Matt Reynolds went 2-for-2 with a home run, a sacrifice fly and three RBI’s after coming off the bench in the 7th inning. Reynolds is hitting a robust .378 so far this spring. Juan Lagares added a […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 5:05 PM (Wil-maaa!)

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 5:05 PM (Wil-maaa!)

The New York Mets travel to Viera, Fla. to take on the Washington Nationals at 5:05 PM. Matthew Bowman faces left-hander Gio Gonzalez. Jon Niese, who was originally slated to start this game, will pitch in an Intrasquad game today instead. The decision was based on weather related issues. As previously reported, Wilmer Flores returns […]

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Wright Okay With Moving Out Of No. 3 Spot In Order

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Wright Okay With Moving Out Of No. 3 Spot In Order

Mike Vorkunov of the NJ.com asked the question today, “Would David Wright move out of his No. 3 spot in Mets lineup?” While Wright has pretty much owned the No. 3 spot over the last five years, the Mets captain is not averse to making a switch if that’s what the team wants. Wright has […]

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Ex-Mets Catcher John Buck Announces Retirement

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Ex-Mets Catcher John Buck Announces Retirement

Braves catcher and ex-Met John Buck announced his retirement on Thursday, so he can spend more time with his family, the Braves announced. The one-time All Star had spent 11 years in the Major Leagues, playing for the Royals, Marlins, Mets, Angels, Pirates, Mariners and Blue Jays. He had signed this season with the Braves […]

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How Much Of A Sure Thing Are The Nationals?

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How Much Of A Sure Thing Are The Nationals?

Everyone has the Nationals as a lock? GREAT! Hope the Nats are thinking the same thing too! The Nationals made a big off season splash inking Max Scherzer. They signed him for seven years but backloaded the contract so this year it is only $10MM, $15MM for the three years after that, $35MM for the […]

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Latest On Mets and O’s Lefty Reliever Matusz

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Latest On Mets and O’s Lefty Reliever Matusz

Left-handed reliever Brian Matusz has a “robust” market, and is getting several trade inquiries, says Oriole’s GM Dan Duquette. The Orioles have four lefthanded relievers, counting closer Zach Britton, so it’s a possibility, writes Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, who also adds that after the Mets’ interest leaked out in Matusz many other teams became […]

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And Here Comes Sean Gilmartin

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And Here Comes Sean Gilmartin

I know, I know, only two weeks ago I said, “No way this guy makes the 25, he looks like roadkill out there.” But what to my wondering eyes should appear, but a lefty reliever who throws with no fear. So out of this pack of underwhelming relievers, Sandy’s words not mine, here comes Sean […]

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Montero Could Be Best No. 5 Pitcher In League

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Montero Could Be Best No. 5 Pitcher In League

It wasn’t long ago that we were referring to Rafael Montero as “The Dominator” here at MMO, as his pitching performances often left us with our mouths hanging open, and each performance seemed to get better and better. Then he was called up to make a few starts with the Mets last year, and all […]

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Despite Reduced Velocity, Parnell Effective In Second Rehab Appearance

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Despite Reduced Velocity, Parnell Effective In Second Rehab Appearance

Bobby Parnell continues to make progress in his recovery from Tommy John surgery. In his second rehab appearance yesterday behind Tradition Field in Port St, Lucie, Parnell pitched one inning, and did not allow a run. Dave Lennon of Newsday analyzed Parnell’s fastball velocity from his appearance using PITCHf/x data. He also included some good […]

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