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We Did It!!! The Mets Stun The Dodgers To Win NLDS!!!

An article by posted on October 15, 2015 0 Comments
We Did It!!! The Mets Stun The Dodgers To Win NLDS!!!

Oh My God… We did it… The New York Mets have stunned the Los Angeles Dodgers with a 3-2 victory to win the National League Division Series with an epic Game 5 showdown at Dodger Stadium. I’m so incredibly proud of this team, they’re so exciting, so amazing, so freaking awesome… My dear Mets friends, […]

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NLDS Game 5 Thread: Mets vs Dodgers, 8:00 PM – It’s Do or Die!

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NLDS Game 5 Thread: Mets vs Dodgers, 8:00 PM –  It’s Do or Die!

Take a deep breath everyone and brace yourself for an epic battle as the New York Mets and the Los Angeles Dodgers face off for their last meeting of the season in Game 5 of the NLDS. Jacob deGrom will oppose fellow right-hander and ace Zack Greinke in the winner-take-all finale of the division series […]

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Conforto Comfortable Facing Greinke

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Conforto Comfortable Facing Greinke

Mets’ rookie Michael Conforto will make his second career postseason start tonight against Dodgers right-handed starter Zack Greinke. Conforto already faced Greinke back in game two, and he had successful night at the plate against him. While he only recorded one hit, it was a huge one. Conforto blasted a solo home run to right […]

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Fearless deGrom Ready To Take On Greinke And The Dodgers

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Fearless deGrom Ready To Take On Greinke And The Dodgers

With everything on the line tonight at Dodger Stadium, Jacob deGrom is not worried about the pressure. He’s focused on delivering a great start and is trying to approach it one pitch at a time. “I just try to block everything out once I get on the field,” the right-hander explained. “The nerves go away, and […]

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Lucas Duda’s Struggles In Postseason Have Hurt Mets

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Lucas Duda’s Struggles In Postseason Have Hurt Mets

Before flying out in his final at-bat during Tuesday night’s game four, Lucas Duda had struck out in six consecutive plate appearances. Overall, Lucas has gone 2-for-15 in the NLDS with 0 HR and 0 RBI’s. Duda is a big part of this line-up and the Mets need to have him get it going in […]

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Tonight, We Are The Greatest Baseball Team In The World

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Tonight, We Are The Greatest Baseball Team In The World

Looking back on all my interviews preparing the book The Voices of Baseball, one particular memory would apply to tonight’s game in Dodger Stadium. Dave Wills of the Tampa Bay Rays, on the morning of Game 7 of the 2008 ALCS, noticed his broadcast partner, Andy Freed feeling a bit melancholy, knowing they were playing […]

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Bartolo Colon: Mets’ Best Reliever Not Named Familia

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Bartolo Colon: Mets’ Best Reliever Not Named Familia

I loved this characterization Mike Puma of the New York Post made about Bartolo Colon last night. “The 42-year-old right-hander quickly has become the Mets’ most reliable reliever not named Jeurys Familia this postseason.” One highlight that went overlooked during the loss to the Dodgers on Tuesday night, was that Colon needed just 26 pitches to […]

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All Hands On Deck: DeGrom, Thor, Mets Are Pumped & Ready To Go!

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All Hands On Deck: DeGrom, Thor, Mets Are Pumped & Ready To Go!

Mets manager Terry Collins told reporters in Los Angeles tonight, that right-hander Matt Harvey will be available to pitch in relief if needed in Game 5 of the NLDS. According to Collins, Harvey approached him during the flight to LA and told him he was ready to pitch out of the bullpen if the situation […]

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Scouts Continue To Be Amazed By Cespedes

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Scouts Continue To Be Amazed By Cespedes

After Monday night’s incredible performance against the Dodgers, MLB scouts were stunned by Yoenis Cespedes‘ tremendous combination of power and speed. Cespedes launched a 430 foot home run, and he was also timed at 3.9 and 3.8 seconds running to first base. “That’s Mickey Mantle, Bo Jackson territory,” one scout said of the speed-power combination […]

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Ex-Met Turner Is Locked In Against Former Team

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Ex-Met Turner Is Locked In Against Former Team

Facing his former team in the NLDS, ex-Met Justin Turner is having an incredible series. He’s batting .467 in 17 at bats, and has been huge for the Dodgers in the clutch. Turner crushed a key two-run double against Steven Matz with two outs in third inning last night, and he also made an impressive play […]

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Dominic Smith Picks Up Right Where He Left Off

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Dominic Smith Picks Up Right Where He Left Off

Last night the Arizona Fall League started with the Salt River Rafters winning their first game of the season 5-3 over the Scottsdale Scorpions. The Rafters offense was helped by Dominic Smith who was 2 for 3 with a walk, run scored and two doubles. Both doubles were off San Francisco Giants left-handed prospect Adalberto […]

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