Noah Wolfe

Noah is a die-hard Mets fan from New Jersey. He currently cheers for and follows the Mets from snowy Syracuse, New York, where he studies broadcast journalism at the Newhouse School. Follow him on Twitter @iNoahWolfe or drop him a line at nlwolfe@syr.edu to comment on his work.

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Update: David Wright Undergoes Successful Neck Surgery

An article by posted on June 17, 2016 0 Comments
Update: David Wright Undergoes Successful Neck Surgery

Mets Third Baseman David Wright underwent successful surgery on Thursday performed by Dr. Robert Watkins. The procedure was cervical discectomy and fusion. Dr. Watkins – who performed the surgery in California — and the Mets medical staff at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York have prescribed a period of rest before Wright resumes any […]

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Mets Changed Their Offensive Approach And It Paid Off Last Night

An article by posted on June 16, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Changed Their Offensive Approach And It Paid Off Last Night

Following yesterday’s rout of the Pirates, ESPN’s Adam Rubin reported that hitting coach Kevin Long had a “get-together” with his players before the game to discuss their collective approach at the plate. Long’s words must have hit home, as the Mets pounded out 11 runs on 19 hits, both season highs for the club. For […]

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On Being a Mets Fan in College

An article by posted on June 14, 2016 0 Comments
On Being a Mets Fan in College

College is supposed to be about finding an identity. That’s what they tell you when you first walk in past the gates into a crowded dorm full of strangers. Personally, I was fortunate to come in with one. The identity of being a Mets fan is a badge of honor that I’ve worn ever since […]

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Top Prospect Jameson Taillon to Debut Against the Mets

An article by posted on June 8, 2016 0 Comments
Top Prospect Jameson Taillon to Debut Against the Mets

The Pirates’ Jameson Taillon will be the next top pitching prospect to make his debut against the Mets, matching up against Noah Syndergaard tonight at PNC Park. Pittsburgh announced the move before yesterday’s doubleheader, which made the call-up necessary for the Pirates to avoid using Jon Niese or Juan Nicasio on short rest. Before being […]

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The Mets Have a Need for Speed

An article by posted on June 8, 2016 0 Comments
The Mets Have a Need for Speed

The Mets lack speed, and everybody, from opposing teams to the fans at Citi Field knows it. As of today, the team scores over 60 percent of their runs via the longball, making them perhaps the only squad in baseball capable of being fourth in the league in home runs while simultaneously sitting third from […]

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Eric Campbell to Join Mets for Doubleheader

An article by posted on June 7, 2016 0 Comments
Eric Campbell to Join Mets for Doubleheader

Soup’s up! Just when we thought that Eric Campbell had left for good, he’s back. The 29 year old utility man will join the Mets for their doubleheader against Pittsburgh tonight. However a stipulation in the current Collective Bargaining Agreement only makes him eligible for the second game of the doubleheader as the team’s 26th […]

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How to Beat Clayton Kershaw

An article by posted on May 29, 2016 0 Comments
How to Beat Clayton Kershaw

Tonight, the Mets will square off against one of the game’s best in Dodgers’ ace Clayton Kershaw. And as of now, there is much reason to believe that Kershaw is the best pitcher on the planet. Since 2013, he’s pitched to a 60-20 record with a pristine 1.87 ERA while striking out more than a […]

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Mets Acquire James Loney From Padres For Cash Considerations

An article by posted on May 28, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Acquire James Loney From Padres For Cash Considerations

James Loney has been acquired by the Mets in a trade with the San Diego Padres, reports ESPN’s Adam Rubin. The Mets are trading cash considerations for the veteran first baseman. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports, first reported that the Mets were scouting Loney in El Paso on Friday. Loney, 32, is batting .342 with a […]

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Mets Scouting James Loney, Looking At Other External 1B Options

An article by posted on May 27, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Scouting James Loney, Looking At Other External 1B Options

The New York Mets are scouting first baseman James Loney in Triple-A EL Paso, according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Loney has an opt out in his deal with the Padres. Rosenthal adds that the Mets are also looking at other first base options as well. Mets GM Sandy Alderson talked about that today. […]

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Top Pitching Prospect Julio Urias To Debut Against Mets Tonight

An article by posted on May 27, 2016 0 Comments
Top Pitching Prospect Julio Urias To Debut Against Mets Tonight

After dominating Triple A hitters in the Pacific Coast League with a 1.10 ERA, .780 WHIP and 9.7 K/9 rate, the Dodgers have announced that top prospect Julio Urias will be making his MLB debut against Jacob deGrom and the Mets tonight at Citi Field. But Urias isn’t your typical blue chip prospect. In 2012, […]

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