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Keith Hernandez and SNY Agree To New Contract

An article by posted on January 12, 2016 0 Comments
Keith Hernandez and SNY Agree To New Contract

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, Keith Hernandez and SNY have agreed on a new contract. Mike Puma of the New York Post adds that the deal may be longer than his previous three-year contract. Hernandez will resume his role as an analyst with Gary Cohen and Ron Darling during Mets telecasts. Awesome news… […]

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Rockies Sign Gerardo Parra To Three-Year Deal

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Rockies Sign Gerardo Parra To Three-Year Deal

The Colorado Rockies have signed outfielder Gerardo Parra to a three-year, $27.5 million contract, according to multiple reports. The deal will pay Parra $26 million in salary over the three years and includes a fourth-year option at $12 million with a $1.5 million buyout. Parra, 28, has been linked to the Mets for months, including […]

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Rafael Montero Throws Two Innings In Dominican League

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Rafael Montero Throws Two Innings In Dominican League

Rafael Montero pitched two scoreless innings (7th & 8th inning) allowing only one hit last night for the Leones del Escogido in their 6-1 victory. He allowed just the one baserunner who was erased on a double play ball hit by former Met Jordany Valdespin. Montero has now thrown six innings (five during playoffs) for […]

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Leave Matt Harvey Alone

An article by posted on January 12, 2016 0 Comments
Leave Matt Harvey Alone

The last image we have of Matt Harvey was him walking off the mound in the ninth inning of a do or die game. He was everything anyone reasonably could’ve asked him to be. Perhaps more. I thought that after that night, he would get the benefit of the doubt. I was wrong. In a garbage take-down […]

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MMO Season Preview: Michael Conforto, LF

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MMO Season Preview: Michael Conforto, LF

Michael Conforto, LF Bats/Throws: L/R DOB: March 1, 1993 (23 on Opening Day) Contract Status: Pre-Arb Eligible (Free Agent after 2021) 2015 Recap A little over a year after being drafted, Michael Conforto was called up with the expectations that he would turn around an ailing Mets lineup. What the Mets got in Conforto was […]

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Collins Has Moved On From Decision To Leave Harvey In

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Collins Has Moved On From Decision To Leave Harvey In

Following the Mets’ agonizing World Series defeat, Terry Collins‘ decision to leave Matt Harvey in the game haunted him for days. However, in an interview that airs tonight on MLB Network, Collins now says that he feels better about it and has moved on. ” I had my bad three days. You’ve got to move […]

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Mets’ Hardest Throwing Rotation Ranked MLB’s Best

An article by posted on January 11, 2016 0 Comments
Mets’ Hardest Throwing Rotation Ranked MLB’s Best

We wanted to update this article with a quote by ESPN’s Buster Olney who ranked the Mets rotation as the best in baseball today. “Of the National League’s top five hardest-throwing starters with at least 140 big league innings in 2015, the Mets have three of them: Noah Syndergaard, whose fastball averaged 97.1 mph; Matt Harvey […]

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Cricket Player Kieran Powell Tries Out For Mets

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Cricket Player Kieran Powell Tries Out For Mets

Cricket star Kieran Powell is attempting to make the jump from his sport to baseball this winter. After trying out with the Brewers last week, Powell tried out with the Mets at their Port St. Lucie facilities on Saturday. Powell has been trying out for teams as an outfielder and according to Elite Sports NY, […]

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Mets Could Forego Adding Reliever And Stick With What They Have In Bullpen

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Mets Could Forego Adding Reliever And Stick With What They Have In Bullpen

The New York Mets reportedly still have interest in relievers Antonio Bastardo and Tyler Clippard, but only if they are willing to accept a one-year deal which appears to be very unlikely.  On Thursday, GM Sandy Alderson clarified his approach and how he views the current relief market. “Does it really improve the team to […]

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Mets Offseason Strategy May Be Better Than You Think

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Mets Offseason Strategy May Be Better Than You Think

I’ve been accused of having rose colored glasses permanently affixed to my head when it comes to the Mets. When I was a kid I used to pour over potential lineups rationalizing how they could actually win games. Richie Hebner batting third? That could work… Wayne Garrett leading off? Why the hell not? Of course […]

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