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Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez Is Dead Following A Boating Accident

An article by posted on September 25, 2016 0 Comments
Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez Is Dead Following A Boating Accident

I am at a loss of words for having to report this tragic news this morning: Multiple reporters have confirmed this morning that Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has been killed in a tragic boating accident. There are no other details that has been released at this time. Please check back here for updates as more details become available. […]

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Mets Might Have Something With Seth Lugo

An article by posted on August 26, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Might Have Something With Seth Lugo

May 2014. Dillon Gee was headed to the disabled list and the Mets were forced into a corner. Without other options available, it was a lanky right-handed flamethrower with bouncy, brown locks that received the call. Jacob deGrom made his debut against the New York Yankees, not exactly the ideal team to debut against given […]

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Today In Mets Biz: Porsche North America Added To Mets Sponsorship Portfolio

An article by posted on August 16, 2016 0 Comments
Today In Mets Biz: Porsche North America Added To Mets Sponsorship Portfolio

Last week, the New York Mets sent out a press release announcing a new multi-year partnership with Porsche Cars North America. As part of the deal, the German car manufacturer will be given access to the Empire Level Suites as well as the former Acela Club. These two high-end assets will feature activation areas that […]

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A Historic Perspective of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in MLB

An article by posted on July 7, 2016 0 Comments
A Historic Perspective of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in MLB

Sandy Alderson spoke to the media Thursday afternoon and revealed that Matt Harvey has been diagnosed with symptoms most likely related to Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Baseball fans have become very familiar with Tommy John surgery that is required when pitchers tear their ulnar collateral ligament. However, many aren’t familiar with this injury and it’s place […]

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Cespedes’ Market Hasn’t Shaped Up How We Thought It Would

An article by posted on January 17, 2016 0 Comments
Cespedes’ Market Hasn’t Shaped Up How We Thought It Would

If you would have told me in November that we would be refreshing out Twitter feeds on January 17th, praying to see a report indicating Yoenis Cespedes is heading back to Queens, I probably would of laughed myself into tears. Sure the Mets are still in the hunt for the slugging Cuban outfielder that brought magic […]

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What Winning On The Big Stage Felt Like

An article by posted on October 31, 2015 0 Comments
What Winning On The Big Stage Felt Like

I think it was during God Bless America that things started to really make sense and reality set in. I had yet to convince myself that I was attending a World Series game in 2015 at Citi Field, one in which the Mets were competing in. Merely typing that into my computer seemed odd, like […]

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Maximize Your Postseason Experience At Citi Field With Verizon, Win Harvey Signed Baseball

An article by posted on October 30, 2015 0 Comments
Maximize Your Postseason Experience At Citi Field With Verizon, Win Harvey Signed Baseball

MMO and Verizon are continuing their partnership as the Mets return home to try and win their first World Series since 1986. As this monumental series continues in Queens, Verizon would like people to keep in mind some tips to maximize their enjoyment at Citi Field this weekend. Also, look out for a tweet from […]

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Keith Hernandez Compares Terry Collins To Whitey Herzog

An article by posted on September 18, 2015 0 Comments
Keith Hernandez Compares Terry Collins To Whitey Herzog

Mets color broadcaster Keith Hernandez made some interesting comments about Terry Collins in an article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch. “Terry has done a great job of managing everybody, just like Whitey used to,” Hernandez said. “Mixing and matching, making everybody feel a part of the club.” Of course, the famous Whitey Herzog helped […]

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Mets Pick Harvey Up After Tough Start, Unsure When He’ll Pitch Next

An article by posted on September 9, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Pick Harvey Up After Tough Start, Unsure When He’ll Pitch Next

Mets right-hander Matt Harvey has 20 no-decisions during his career, 15 of them in which he allowed one earned run or less. He has picked up the Mets time and time again. While some might disagree with how he handled the fiasco Scott Boras dropped in his lap, what Harvey has done for this team cannot […]

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Herrera, Monell and Verrett Recalled From Las Vegas

An article by posted on September 7, 2015 0 Comments
Herrera, Monell and Verrett Recalled From Las Vegas

The Mets announced they have recalled infielder Dilson Herrera, catcher Johnny Monell and RHP Logan Verrett from Triple-A Las Vegas following Monday’s game. The Las Vegas 51′s season came to a close after they were eliminated from postseason play, so the timing here made sense. Verrett appeared in 10 games for the Mets in 2015, […]

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Sean Gilmartin Has Found Stability In Queens

An article by posted on September 1, 2015 0 Comments
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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