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How Good Is Dilson Herrera?

An article by posted on April 28, 2015 0 Comments
How Good Is Dilson Herrera?

Before Daniel Murphy blasted that epic home run in the Mets 3-1 victory over the Miami Marlins, there were many killing Murphy and some were even calling for him to be replaced by Triple-A second baseman who has been tearing it up in Las Vegas. Herrera, 21, has been a Top 100 prospect in baseball, […]

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Mets Matters: Who’s On Second?

An article by posted on April 26, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Matters: Who’s On Second?

The Mets are the talk of the baseball world with a blazing hot start to their season. The Mets currently are in 1st place in the NL East with a commanding lead of 4.5 games over 2nd place Atlanta. Everything seems to be falling in place, as each Mets player has had a role in […]

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MMO Exclusive: Jim Callis Talks Mets Prospects With Metsmerized

An article by posted on April 22, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Jim Callis Talks Mets Prospects With Metsmerized

The Mets patience in their farm is starting to pay significant dividends to their major league ball club, recently in the emergence of Jacob deGrom, Juan Lagares, and Jeurys Familia as star-like talents. Now, it seems like no matter which player makes the trip from the farm, be it deGrom and Dilson Herrera last year, […]

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Reflecting on the Mets’ Homestand So Far

An article by posted on April 21, 2015 0 Comments
Reflecting on the Mets’ Homestand So Far

The Mets just defeated the Marlins 7-6 on Sunday, sweeping the four game series from the Marlins. This came immediately after a three game sweep of the Phillies, another division rival. The Mets have won eight straight games, seven of which were at home, and have yet to lose at Citi Field. This past week, […]

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Mets Fans Breathing Life Into A Revived Citi Field

An article by posted on April 19, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Fans Breathing Life Into A Revived Citi Field

Citi Field opened it’s gates for the first time in 2009. The Mets were coming off a second disappointing finish in a row to their season that saw them just miss the playoffs on the final game of the season. The Mets still won 89 games and had high hopes for their team entering Citi’s […]

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Granderson Trades Power for Patience

An article by posted on April 17, 2015 0 Comments
Granderson Trades Power for Patience

It was the eighth inning of a tie game, Juan Jaime was on the mound for Atlanta, and Curtis Granderson drew a lead-off walk. He would then steal second, reach third on a bunt, before scoring the eventual winning run on a sacrifice fly hit by Daniel Murphy. Without recording a hit, Granderson had done […]

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MMO Exclusive: MiLB.com’s Jake Seiner on Matz, Nimmo, Syndergaard, Conforto

An article by posted on April 10, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: MiLB.com’s Jake Seiner on Matz, Nimmo, Syndergaard, Conforto

On Wednesday evening, I had the pleasure of sitting down with minor league reporter and analyst Jake Seiner of MilB.com. Seiner covers the entire minor leagues very closely, but  agreed to keep our discussion limited to the Mets and we mainly discussed the teams top prospects as featured on the MMO Top 25 for the […]

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The Science Behind Choosing A Lineup

An article by posted on April 9, 2015 0 Comments
The Science Behind Choosing A Lineup

So, there’s been a lot of talk about the Mets’ batting order in recent days. It started on the morning of Opening Day when news started to leak out that the Mets were going with an “unconventional” lineup that had David Wright batting second and Curtis Granderson leading off. Then the story became about who […]

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Some Things Colon Did Different on Opening Day

An article by posted on April 8, 2015 0 Comments
Some Things Colon Did Different on Opening Day

Besides being a surprise choice for Opening Day starter (and we have beaten that story to death), Bartolo Colon offered a few other surprises, in the way he pitched, on Monday. The 41-year-old hurler was impressive, matching $210 million man Max Scherzer, frame-by-frame, over six innings of three-hit ball. How he did that is what […]

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Three Trades The Mets Should Consider

An article by posted on April 8, 2015 0 Comments
Three Trades The Mets Should Consider

With an impressive balance of power arms, consistent bats, and major league ready talent, the Mets have a consensus top-five minor league system. They also, at least in my opinion, have a damn good major league team as well. The big club definitely has some holes, though, notably at shortstop, but otherwise there seems to […]

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Featured Post: Mets Make Smart Move With Lagares

An article by posted on April 4, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Mets Make Smart Move With Lagares

The Mets made their fans happy on Wednesday by signing all-world, defensive wizard, Juan Lagares, to a four-year $23 million extension. The deal will start in 2016, covering all four of his arbitration-eligible seasons, plus a one-year $9.5 million club option for his first year of free agent eligibility. We talked yesterday about a potential […]

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