Mets News & Notes

Ryan Braun Negotiated Suspension With MLB Down To 65-Games

An article by posted on July 22, 2013 0 Comments
Ryan Braun Negotiated Suspension With MLB Down To 65-Games

CHEATER, LIAR, SUSPENDED, JUSTICE! Updated By Clayton Collier: The 65-game ban of Ryan Braun was negotiated by him, MLBPA and MLB. Major League Baseball was looking for a suspension beyond 2013, says ESPN’s T.J. Quinn, however Braun was able to get it reduced to the remainder of the current season. Sources tell OTL MLB confronted […]

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D’Arnaud Cleared To Play In Games

An article by posted on July 22, 2013 0 Comments
D’Arnaud Cleared To Play In Games

Travis d’Arnaud met with team doctors in New York today and was cleared to play in minor league games beginning this week, according to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. D’Arnaud will run the bases on Tuesday and Wednesday, then play in his first game since early April on Thursday. If all goes good and and […]

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Turner To Return From DL On Monday, Still No Timetable For Duda

An article by posted on July 20, 2013 0 Comments
Turner To Return From DL On Monday, Still No Timetable For Duda

Here are a couple of Mets injury updates… There is still no timetable for left fielder Lucas Duda (intercostal strain) returning to the big-league team. Last week, Terry Collins said that he was progressing much slower than the team initially anticipated and that he could be out until late July. That would seem like an […]

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MMO Exclusive: Willie Randolph Likes What He Sees With Mets

An article by posted on July 17, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Willie Randolph Likes What He Sees With Mets

The guys over at IMG and Subway were kind enough to allow me to attend a Media Event through MetsMerized, where I got to meet Jared (“The Subway Guy”) and our former manager, Willie Randolph. Right off the bat, I took one look at Randolph and realized that he doesn’t seem to have aged at […]

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Mejia Tosses Five Scoreless Innings

An article by posted on July 14, 2013 0 Comments
Mejia Tosses Five Scoreless Innings

Lynn Worthy, beat writer for the Binghamton Mets, reported that Jenrry Mejia pitched five scoreless innings in a rehab start on Saturday night for the B-Mets. Mejia, pitched the second game of doubleheader against the Portland Sea Dogs and limited them to just three hits and two walks in five scoreless innings while striking out one. […]

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Hawkins Was Unavailable Due To “Triceps Issue”

An article by posted on July 13, 2013 0 Comments
Hawkins Was Unavailable Due To “Triceps Issue”

For those wondering why Gonzalez Germen was the go-to guy in Friday’s extra-innings frenzy, LaTroy Hawkins was unavailable due to a “triceps issue”. According to ESPN’s Adam Rubin: “Collins said the 40-year-old Hawkins has been battling the issue since going two innings and registering an uncharacteristically high 94-95 mph on the radar gun in a […]

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Mets To Release Brandon Lyon

An article by posted on July 9, 2013 0 Comments
Mets To Release Brandon Lyon

The New York Mets have requested to put right-handed reliever Brandon Lyon on unconditional release waivers. The team recently made the announcement through their official Twitter page stating, The #Mets asked for unconditional release waivers for RHP Brandon Lyon. — New York Mets (@Mets) July 9, 2013 If Lyon accepts, he will become a free […]

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News Good On Niese, Lefthander To Begin Rehab

An article by posted on July 8, 2013 0 Comments
News Good On Niese, Lefthander To Begin Rehab

Jonathon Niese underwent a second MRI on his pitching shoulder Monday to determine the fate of his partially torn rotator cuff. According to ESPN’s Adam Rubin the exam yielded positive results, and the left-handed pitcher will begin rehabilitation in Port St. Lucie immediately. Niese underwent tests at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan. The […]

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Featured Post: Harvey’s Good, But Not Good(en) or Terrific — Yet

An article by posted on July 7, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: Harvey’s Good, But Not Good(en) or Terrific — Yet

By the time I arrived at Shea Stadium in mid-June, a Dwight Gooden start had become a New York event. I had been watching Gooden baffle opponents on television over the first two months of the 1985 season. The first month he shut out the Philadelphia Phillies twice and the Cincinnati Reds. From May and […]

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Wright and Harvey Selected To All-Star Game, Full Rosters

An article by posted on July 6, 2013 0 Comments
Wright and Harvey Selected To All-Star Game, Full Rosters

THAT’S WRIGHT!!! Give yourselves a pat on the back Met fans, David Wright and Matt Harvey have been elected to start the 2013 MLB All-Star Game at Citi Field on July 16th! In a late surge of votes for Wright, the Mets captain managed to beat out the “Kung Who? Panda” by a whopping two […]

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