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Rosario, Smith Ranked in Law’s Top 50 Midseason Prospects

An article by posted on July 14, 2016 0 Comments
Rosario, Smith Ranked in Law’s Top 50 Midseason Prospects

Amed Rosario had seen his highest ranking ever last week when Baseball Propectus’ Top 50 Midseason Prospects came out and placed him #15 among the elite talent in the minor leagues. Keith Law of ESPN released his Top 50 today with Rosario coming in at #13, a new high for the talented shortstop. Here is what […]

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The Mets Will Seek Bullpen Help At The Trade Deadline

An article by posted on July 14, 2016 0 Comments
The Mets Will Seek Bullpen Help At The Trade Deadline

There isn’t likely to be a big splash from the New York Mets come this August 1st trading deadline, as a Yoenis Cespedes type player does not seem to be in the cards for the team. Mike Puma of the New York Post spoke with “team sources” who have advised that the team is likely […]

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Is It Time For Mets To Approach Cespedes With An Extension?

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Is It Time For Mets To Approach Cespedes With An Extension?

Yoenis Cespedes has proven that his performance with the New York Mets last season was not a fluke but just a preview of how well he could perform over a 162-game season. With “La Potencia” being the heart of this offense, it may be time to approach him to discuss a contract extension to keep […]

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Mets Tab Colon, Verrett and deGrom To Jump Start Second Half

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Tab Colon, Verrett and deGrom To Jump Start Second Half

The New York Mets have released their rotation coming out of the All Star break, reports ESPN’s Adam Rubin. On Friday, the Mets will have Bartolo Colon on the mound to kick the second half off against Jeremy Hellickson and the Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.  In 98.2 innings, the surprising 43-year old All Star […]

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Mets Sign 31st Overall Pick LHP Anthony Kay

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Sign 31st Overall Pick LHP Anthony Kay

The Mets have signed the 31st overall pick Anthony Kay according to Jim Callis, he will receive a $1.1 signing bonus from the Mets which is significantly under the slot value of $1,972,100. It’s believed that there were some elbow issues in the left-hander’s physical which is part of the reason they were able to get […]

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Nationals Vow To Win NL East

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Nationals Vow To Win NL East

The Washington Nationals have looked unstoppable at times this year. They are not the same team they were in 2015 and have shown no signs of putting the brakes on any time soon. Kevin Kernan of the NY Post spoke with Daniel Murphy, Bryce Harper and Max Scherzer on Tuesday, regarding the current state of […]

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Justin Dunn Reminiscent Of Young Doc Gooden

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Justin Dunn Reminiscent Of Young Doc Gooden

To say Justin Dunn‘s 2016 was anything but exciting would be an understatement. He pitched for Boston College as both a starter and reliever this year, appearing in 18 games while starting eight of them. Dunn compiled a record of 4-2, and pitched to a 2.06 ERA in 65.2 innings. His team was also the […]

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Syndergaard Decreasing His Workload, Will Toss Bullpen On Friday

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Syndergaard Decreasing His Workload, Will Toss Bullpen On Friday

Over the course of the season, Noah Syndergaard has averaged 98 MPH with his fastball. Many times a game, he will throw that fastball in excess of 100 MPH. However in his last start before the All Star break, Syndergaard’s fastball velocity dropped precipitously to 91 MPH. “I’ve never seen anything like that before when […]

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Featured Article: Mets Have Favorable Second-Half Schedule Ahead

An article by posted on July 13, 2016 0 Comments
Featured Article: Mets Have Favorable Second-Half Schedule Ahead

The Mets were just a .500 team in the first half of the 2015 season. It wasn’t until the second half of last year that the team transformed itself into the juggernaut that would eventually win the National League pennant and earn a trip to the World Series. This year, the Mets will hope for […]

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Terry Collins Made Sure Every NL Team Played Except His Own Mets All Stars

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Terry Collins Made Sure Every NL Team Played Except His Own Mets All Stars

The one benefit to having your manager managing the All Star Game is knowing that you have someone who will get you into the game at some point so you’ll have a lifelong memory to tell your friends and family about for the rest of your life. That’s usually the case in every All Star […]

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All-Star Game Recap: American League 4, National League 2

An article by posted on July 12, 2016 0 Comments
All-Star Game Recap: American League 4, National League 2

The American League all-stars defeated the National League all-stars by a score of 4-2 tonight at PETCO Park. With the win, the American League secured home field advantage in the 2016 World Series. What you should know: In the top of the first inning, Kris Bryant who has 25 home runs in the regular season, […]

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