Mathew Brownstein

An avid Mets fan who has fond memories of running around Shea Stadium with my dad collecting autographs and enjoying many summer night games. My best friend introduced me to the Mets at a young age, and since then I've enjoyed rooting for the orange and blue through good times and bad. Attended Iona College for mass communications, and my goal is to be a baseball columnist/beat writer. It's an honor and pleasure to be a Senior Writer for MMO.

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Wilmer Flores Off To A Slow Start

An article by posted on May 1, 2016 0 Comments
Wilmer Flores Off To A Slow Start

An enduring sight from the summer of 2015 is from the July 31 game against the Washington Nationals, when leading off in the bottom of the 12th in a 1-1 game, Wilmer Flores jacked a 95 mph fastball to the left-center Party Deck to send the Mets home as winners. That win pulled the Mets to […]

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The Force Awakens: Duda’s A Big Part of Offensive Surge

An article by posted on April 28, 2016 0 Comments
The Force Awakens: Duda’s A Big Part of Offensive Surge

After a slow start to the season for many of the New York Mets, it seems they’ve found their groove over the last two weeks, having gone 9-2 before Wednesday night’s finale against the Cincinnati Reds. Most of the players in Mets lineup were off to slow starts to begin the year, including Yoenis Cespedes […]

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“A” For Asdrubal

An article by posted on April 26, 2016 0 Comments
“A” For Asdrubal

What a great feeling it is to watch the New York Mets climb out of their early season offensive woes, and seeing a host of different players contributing on a nightly basis. While most of the talk has been the recent power surge the Mets have had in their last ten games, a forgotten man […]

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Syndergaard Is Syn-Sational

An article by posted on April 21, 2016 0 Comments
Syndergaard Is Syn-Sational

What an amazing transformation Met fans are able to witness as Noah Syndergaard is quickly blossoming into the conversation as one of the best starting pitchers in the game. Syndergaard is rounding into quite a complete pitcher, featuring an arsenal of plus pitches in his four-seam fastball, sinker, changeup, curveball, and his new toy, a […]

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Matt Harvey’s Rough Start To 2016

An article by posted on April 18, 2016 0 Comments
Matt Harvey’s Rough Start To 2016

If anyone would’ve guessed that Matt Harvey would start the year winless in his first three starts, and be in the bottom third of qualifying pitchers in ERA, well then maybe you should play the Power-Ball. For everyone else, Harvey’s first three starts to the 2016 season have been filled with early promise, only to […]

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Bartolo Colon Notches A Special Victory

An article by posted on April 17, 2016 0 Comments
Bartolo Colon Notches A Special Victory

With the Mets 6-5 win in Friday night’s contest with the Cleveland Indians, RHP Bartolo Colon notched his 219th career victory. He moves up the career wins list and is now tied for 77th all-time. Another achievement took place with win number 219 however, as Colon tied fellow Dominican native, former Met, and Hall of […]

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Terry Collins Did What He Needed To Change The Narrative

An article by posted on April 14, 2016 0 Comments
Terry Collins Did What He Needed To Change The Narrative

I know this was already addressed on MMO in an article by John Delcos, but I have a somewhat different take on the issue, and that’s what makes this site so special anyway – the wide range of opinions on so many different Mets matters. So Terry Collins knows his team plays hard and knows the effort his […]

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Mike Piazza 9/11 Jersey Rescued By Three Mets Fans

An article by posted on April 14, 2016 0 Comments
Mike Piazza 9/11 Jersey Rescued By Three Mets Fans

Great news on the 9/11 Mike Piazza jersey flap. Thanks to the efforts of three huge Mets fans, the jersey will soon be back in New York where it belongs. According to Kevin Kernan of the NY Post, Anthony Scaramucci, Tony Lauto and an anonymous third business partner, came to an agreement in principle Thursday […]

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Mets Dwelling At The Bottom In Offense

An article by posted on April 11, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Dwelling At The Bottom In Offense

The New York Mets haven’t gotten off to the start they may have wanted to this season, considering all the lofty predictions in the off-season and boasting the best starting rotation in baseball. Of course, the Met teams of 1986, 2000, and 2015 all opened their seasons at a record of 2-3, so needless to […]

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Matt Harvey’s Stomach Woes

An article by posted on April 7, 2016 0 Comments
Matt Harvey’s Stomach Woes

When we think of professional athletes we tend to group them into a separate category than the average nine to five blue-collar worker. We revere their talents, respect their athleticism, and marvel at the feats they accomplish on the field for our beloved teams. When a story arises that brings to light certain ailments or […]

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