David Conde

David was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY and is a lifelong Mets fan.

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Wheeler Struggles To Lead Mets To Victory

An article by posted on June 9, 2014 0 Comments
Wheeler Struggles To Lead Mets To Victory

On Sunday, Zack Wheeler (2-6) looked nothing like the pitcher we’ve seen in his last three solid starts, allowing four earned runs on six hits and two walks while striking out six in an 86 pitch effort. The young righty suffered with command issues and lasted just 3.2 innings It was the shortest outing of his career. “He wasn’t really […]

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DePodesta and Tanous High On Mets Day Two Draft Picks

An article by posted on June 7, 2014 0 Comments
DePodesta and Tanous High On Mets Day Two Draft Picks

Adam Rubin of ESPN NY writes that Mets VP Paul DePodesta and amateur scouting director Tommy Tanous addressed their Day 2 draft picks on Friday. Here’s what they had to say … Milton Ramos, SS, American Heritage (Fla.) HS., third round: “Certainly he’s known for defense. He’s a lot stronger than people think. This is now a […]

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MMO Game Recap: Giants 4, Mets 2

An article by posted on June 6, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Giants 4, Mets 2

The Mets (28-33), who hoped to bounce back after being swept by the Chicago Cubs, lost 4-2 to the Giants (40-21) to drop their fourth game in a row and are now 4-5 on their current 11 game road trip. Jon Niese, who faced off against Matt Cain, matched zeros with the Giants starter until […]

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Nimmo, Matz, Cecchini Among 14 Mets Prospects Selected To FSL & SAL All Star Teams

An article by posted on June 4, 2014 0 Comments
Nimmo, Matz, Cecchini Among 14 Mets Prospects Selected To FSL & SAL All Star Teams

The Florida State League and the South Atlantic League announced the rosters for their respective All Star games and the Mets are well represented in each game. In the FSL, the St. Lucie Mets will send infielders T.J. Rivera and Dilson Herrera, outfielder Brandon Nimmo, catcher Cam Maron, and pitchers Randy Fontanez, Matt Koch, and […]

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Flores Slams His Way Back Into The Mets’ Shortstop Controversy

An article by posted on June 3, 2014 0 Comments
Flores Slams His Way Back Into The Mets’ Shortstop Controversy

Wilmer Flores has been the odd man out ever since Ruben Tejada started to play better baseball again, and even though Flores has been relegated to the backup role, he still finds ways to make his presence known in the lineup, as he did on Monday night in Philadelphia. With the Mets already up 5-0 in the top […]

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Steven Matz Is In A Groove With St. Lucie

An article by posted on June 2, 2014 0 Comments
Steven Matz Is In A Groove With St. Lucie

Top Pitching prospect Steven Matz has been as consistent or better than anyone in the St. Lucie rotation and even though his record is only 3-3, he hasn’t allowed more than two earned runs in any of his ten starts. In his last two starts he is 1-1, and while tossing 12.2 innings, he has […]

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Nimmo Forcing Mets To Rethink Keeping Him In St. Lucie All Year

An article by posted on May 30, 2014 0 Comments
Nimmo Forcing Mets To Rethink Keeping Him In St. Lucie All Year

Lynn Worthy of the Press & Sun-Bulletin spoke with Dicky Scott, the Mets Director of Player Development, about top outfield prospect Brandon Nimmo and the possibility that he may be nearing a promotion to Double A Binghamton. “He’s tearing it up down there right now.” Scott continues, “It’s the perfect scenario where you have guys forcing your hand. It […]

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Catching Fire: Here Comes Kevin Plawecki

An article by posted on May 29, 2014 0 Comments
Catching Fire: Here Comes Kevin Plawecki

Kevin Plawecki had the best game of his Double-A career on Tuesday when he doubled, homered and drove in five runs in his first two at bats. The game would be suspended in the second inning due to rain and was completed on Wednesday afternoon prior to the regularly scheduled game. The catching prospect finished […]

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Campbell’s Versatility Could Lead To Super Utility Role

An article by posted on May 23, 2014 0 Comments
Campbell’s Versatility Could Lead To Super Utility Role

May 23 Making his first career start in left field, Eric Campbell tied the game with a sac-fly in the second, and then added a stunning game-saving catch in the eighth inning that resulted in a rally-killing double play for the Dodgers. With the Mets trying to preserve a one run lead and Dodgers phenom […]

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Mets Minors: Here Comes Brandon Nimmo

An article by posted on May 21, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Minors: Here Comes Brandon Nimmo

Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal writes that when the Mets made their pick in the 2011 June amateur draft, they chose Brandon Nimmo with the 13th overall pick, which is a valuable slot that comes with inherent pressure and expectations. The Miami Marlins on the other hand, with the 14th pick, chose pitcher Jose Fernandez, and the difference between […]

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Can Citi Field Become The Mets Home Field Advantage?

An article by posted on May 20, 2014 0 Comments
Can Citi Field Become The Mets Home Field Advantage?

Kristie Ackert of the Daily News writes that the Mets acknowledged after the 2011 season that Citi Field was unfair to hitters, so they went ahead and moved the fences in. But just last week the Mets told the Daily News that the team was not considering another adjustment of the fences, but Sandy Alderson did not rule out the possibility. […]

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