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Featured Post: Where the Mets Will Miss Edgin Most

An article by posted on March 14, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Where the Mets Will Miss Edgin Most

We learned earlier today that Josh Edgin‘s injury is pretty serious. As Edgin decides whether he will undergo season-ending surgery, Mets fans are left wondering why the front office failed to add a left-handed arm to the bullpen to complement, and now, insure, the lead southpaw, Edgin. What the Mets lose in Edgin is more […]

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Who’s The “Not Me” This Time?

An article by posted on March 13, 2015 0 Comments
Who’s The “Not Me” This Time?

Many years ago I worked in an office that had a large staff. When the office manager found that something had been screwed up he would call everyone in and rant, “Who’s the ‘NOT ME’ responsible for this?” I always found that funny – maybe because invariably the culprit was NOT ME. But it brought […]

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Matt Reynolds Is Making His Presence Known

An article by posted on March 11, 2015 0 Comments
Matt Reynolds Is Making His Presence Known

Matt Reynolds has impressed many within the Mets organization this spring, continuing on his stellar development that spanned over two minor league levels last season. Mike Puma (NY Post) recently discussed the meteoric rise of the 24 year old prospect who is considered a multi-faceted player with the potential to see major league time soon. “He’s probably not that […]

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Will Logjam Keep Syndergaard and Matz in Vegas When They’re Ready?

An article by posted on March 9, 2015 0 Comments
Will Logjam Keep Syndergaard and Matz in Vegas When They’re Ready?

The front end of the Mets rotation is young and looks sharp.  Even as a fan of the NY Mets, I take for granted how deep this pitching is, both in quality and in quantity. Matt Harvey will lead fellow flame throwers Jacob deGrom and Zack Wheeler in a 1-2-3 punch that will buckle opposing […]

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Mayberry Felt Mets Were Best Opportunity

An article by posted on March 7, 2015 0 Comments
Mayberry Felt Mets Were Best Opportunity

Matt Ehalt of  NorthJersey.com, recently gathered some thoughts from John Mayberry Jr. on his decision to sign with the Mets in 2015.  According to the 31 year old outfielder, the choice was a “no-brainer”. Looking for a right-handed power bat for the bench, the Mets signed Mayberry to a one year worth $1.45 million dollars. […]

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Mets Are Doing Right By Their Top Prospects

An article by posted on March 5, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Are Doing Right By Their Top Prospects

As most of you know bt now, Kristie Ackert of the Daily News reported on an incident regarding David Wright and top prospect Noah Syndergaard during an intrasquad game on Tuesday, Mets captain Wright noticed the 21 year old eating by himself in the clubhouse.  The veteran third basemen promptly and “intently” instructed Syndergaard to join his […]

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Managing Expectations As We Move Ahead

An article by posted on February 28, 2015 0 Comments
Managing Expectations As We Move Ahead

Even the most pessimistic Mets fan believes right now the 2015 team will be an improvement over the last five versions of the team. Given any kind of reasonable health one expects 82 wins at a minimum. The optimists foresee 89 or 90 wins and a wild card slot. If the Nats were to do […]

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Taking a Look at Mets Prospects Over Time

An article by posted on February 26, 2015 0 Comments
Taking a Look at Mets Prospects Over Time

It’s that time of year when prospects can find their names on the same jerseys being issued to major league players. Spring Training makes everyone look like a big leaguer, as seasoned veterans and bubble-gum chewing minor leaguers meet under the Florida sun. It’s also that time on the calendar when prospect lists are plentiful. Perhaps […]

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Collins To Return Saturday For First Official Workout

An article by posted on February 20, 2015 0 Comments
Collins To Return Saturday For First Official Workout

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Terry Collins plans to be back at Mets camp for Saturday’s first official workout involving pitchers and catchers. Collins left camp to be with his family after learning that his father, Bud, passed away at age 95 on Tuesday night. February 18 According to several media outlets, […]

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Who Will Be This Year’s Spring Training Surprise?

An article by posted on February 18, 2015 0 Comments
Who Will Be This Year’s Spring Training Surprise?

There are a number of young prospects and fringe players who will be fighting for recognition this spring.  Every year, there’s usually one surprise performance that puts a previously unheralded name on the radar.  After all the action wraps up in the Grapefruit League, who will be the player to leave a lingering impression on […]

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