Wild Card Game Thread: Cards vs Reds, Rockies vs Giants

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Wild Card Game Thread: Cards vs Reds, Rockies vs Giants

St. Louis Cardinals (82‐76) vs. Cincinnati Reds (67‐91) RHP Alex Reyes (4‐1, 1.58) vs. RHP Dan Straily (14‐8, 3.74) Reds Lineup 1. Jose Peraza (R) SS 2. Hernan Iribarren (L) CF 3. Joey Votto (L) 1B 4. Adam Duvall (R) LF 5. Eugenio Suarez (R) 3B 6. Ivan De Jesus Jr. (R) 2B 7. Tucker […]

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Jay Bruce Is Heating Up At The Perfect Time

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Jay Bruce Is Heating Up At The Perfect Time

When Jay Bruce didn’t make an immediate impact in blue and orange, many fans called for the veteran outfielder’s head, citing an uncanny similarity to a former Met with the same initials. Terry Collins tried everything. Moving him up and down the lineup, giving him a “mental health break,” and even benching him. Though Bruce’s […]

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Mets Wild Card Roster Options

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Mets Wild Card Roster Options

One of the quirks of the Wild Card Game is a team is able to create a standalone 25 man roster just for that game. After the completion of the Wild Card Game, the winning team is able to reset its roster for the Division Series. With that in mind, when the Mets construct their […]

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Collins Had His Finest Moment As Mets Manager

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Collins Had His Finest Moment As Mets Manager

During this three game series with the Miami Marlins, Terry Collins yet again showed everyone why he is a good human being and a leader of men. The Mets were in a terrible spot after the Jose Fernandez death. The team had to get up for the three game set while also showing proper reverence […]

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Mets One Road Homer Away From Tying Franchise Record

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Mets One Road Homer Away From Tying Franchise Record

The New York Mets entered Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Marlins third in the National League in road home runs with 102, behind only the St. Louis Cardinals (121) and the Chicago Cubs (103). With two, two-run homers by James Loney and Jay Bruce in last night’s 5-2 win, the Mets are closing in […]

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Character.

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Character.

It can be frustrating as a writer when you have so much you want to say but so little time to say it all. In your mind you begin to reduce and dissect about a quarter million words down to 500 and you hope that in the end, you did enough to convey your true […]

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Seth Lugo Continues to Cruise

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Seth Lugo Continues to Cruise

Seth Lugo continued his winning ways in Wednesday’s 5-2 victory over the Miami Marlins in what has been a very impressive rookie campaign. Lugo pitched 5.1 innings on Wednesday while allowing two runs on five hits. He walked three batters on the day while striking out two. Lugo picked up his fifth consecutive win on […]

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The Amazin’ Metscast: The Final Countdown

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The Amazin’ Metscast: The Final Countdown

The Amazin’ Metscast – Episode 12 – The Final Countdown We are joined by Mets Daddy of Metsmerizedonline.com and MetsDaddy.com this week as we discuss the Jose Fernandez tragedy and the tremendous job done by both the Marlins and Mets in what was an emotionally charged series. We take a look at the scandalous thought […]

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Mets Minors Rookie of the Year: Andres Gimenez

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Mets Minors Rookie of the Year: Andres Gimenez

There was some great new talent in the Mets system this season highlighted by our MMO/MMN Rookie of the Year, Andres Gimenez. Gimenez, who just turned 18 on the fourth of September, was outstanding in the Dominican Summer League in his first pro season. The 2015 international free agent signing showed why he got a $1.2 million […]

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Jeurys Familia is the First to 50 Saves in 2016

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Jeurys Familia is the First to 50 Saves in 2016

New York Mets closer, Jeurys Familia became the first Dominican-Born pitcher to reach 50 saves in a season with the Mets’ 5-2 victory over the Miami Marlins. Save number 50 put Familia in a special class, as only 12 other closers have reached the season mark that Familia had on Wednesday night. No other closer […]

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Loney and Bruce Homer As Mets Leave Miami With 5-2 Win

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Loney and Bruce Homer As Mets Leave Miami With 5-2 Win

The New York Mets (85-74) defeated the Miami Marlins (78-80)  by a score of 5-2 Wednesday. The Mets’ magic number is now 3, so any combination of Mets wins or Cardinals losses totaling 3 will secure a Wild Card spot for the Amazins. Offense: After the Marlins put up a 2-spot in the bottom of the […]

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