Mets News & Notes

Mets Hope Sherlock Can Solve the Mystery of d’Arnaud’s Struggles

An article by posted on February 1, 2017 0 Comments
Mets Hope Sherlock Can Solve the Mystery of d’Arnaud’s Struggles

It is no secret that the 2017 season will be a make or break year for Mets catcher, Travis d’Arnaud. With the help of newly hired catching guru and third-base coach, Glenn Sherlock, the team hopes to solve the mysteries that have plagued d’Arnaud in his young career. According to Kevin Kernan of the NY […]

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SNY To Stream Live Mets Games On SNY.tv And NBC Sports App

An article by posted on February 1, 2017 0 Comments
SNY To Stream Live Mets Games On SNY.tv And NBC Sports App

Per Andy Graziano on Twitter, SNY will begin streaming live Mets games as well as pre- and post-game shows starting on Opening Day. Per the tweet, the service will be available on SNY.tv and the NBC Sports app at no additional cost to authenticated SNY pay TV subscribers. Speaking on the subject, President of SNY […]

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Lugo Ready To Do Whatever Mets Need

An article by posted on February 1, 2017 0 Comments
Lugo Ready To Do Whatever Mets Need

Seth Lugo came out of nowhere and produced for the Mets last season. Matt Harvey went down, Steven Matz was banged up, Jacob deGrom wasn’t perfectly healthy, and Zack Wheeler never made his much anticipated return. With spots open in the rotation, enter #67 Seth Lugo. Lugo was not one of the Mets top pitching […]

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Collins Says Mets Will Do Some Amazing Things In 2017

An article by posted on February 1, 2017 0 Comments
Collins Says Mets Will Do Some Amazing Things In 2017

The Mets have never appeared in three straight postseasons, but according to Terry Collins, there is a first time for everything. “We can do some amazing things,’’ Collins told Kevin Kernan of the NY Post. “Last year we showed so much character. Two years ago everything went our way. Last year we had to make […]

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Source: Mets and Blevins Could Be Nearing Deal

An article by posted on January 31, 2017 0 Comments
Source: Mets and Blevins Could Be Nearing Deal

Last Thursday, a trusted source told me that the Mets had circled back to lefty reliever Jerry Blevins and reengaged him in contract talks. This as the team’s beat writers were reporting that the Mets were going to keep right fielder Jay Bruce and that they would now look to internal options to fill their […]

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Nationals Sign Relievers Joe Nathan, Matt Albers

An article by posted on January 31, 2017 0 Comments
Nationals Sign Relievers Joe Nathan, Matt Albers

The Washington Nationals have announced minor-league deals with right-handed relief pitchers Joe Nathan and Matt Albers. Albers, 34, pitched in 58 games for the White Sox last year, and posted a 6.31 ERA and 1.675 WHIP. The sinker-ball pitcher saw his MLB career tank last season and is looking to bounce-back. He was linked to the Mets more […]

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FanGraphs Projects Mets For 83 Wins… Yeah, Right…

An article by posted on January 31, 2017 0 Comments
FanGraphs Projects Mets For 83 Wins… Yeah, Right…

Those no-good, downright mean-spirited, fake news spouting folks at FanGraphs currently project the New York Mets to win just 83 games in 2017 and  lose the NL East by seven games while missing the postseason and Wild Card by one game. Just kidding about the intro folks, FanGraphs does a fine job. Just like any set […]

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Three Things To Watch For At Mets Camp

An article by posted on January 31, 2017 0 Comments
Three Things To Watch For At Mets Camp

We are living in a turbulent moment in history with a country that is indignantly divided at times and tearing at each other’s throats. Sadly, that’s probably the one thing all of us can unanimously agree on these days. Writing about the the New York Mets has become my retreat from the acrimonious barrage of […]

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Report: Noah Syndergaard To Start Opening Day

An article by posted on January 30, 2017 0 Comments
Report: Noah Syndergaard To Start Opening Day

Noah Syndergaard will be the Mets’ Opening Day starter, reports Kevin Kernan of the New York Post. While an official announcement will not come until spring, sources tell Kernan that Syndergaard will get the nod. At just 24 years of age, Syndergaard took the reigns of the Mets’ rotation with ease in his second year […]

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Former Met Anthony Young Has Inoperable Brain Tumor

An article by posted on January 30, 2017 0 Comments
Former Met Anthony Young Has Inoperable Brain Tumor

According to NorthJersey.com columnist Bob Klapisch, former Mets pitcher Anthony Young, 51, has a brain tumor which cannot be operated on. Right now it is unknown whether it is malignant or benign according to Klapisch’s tweet. Baseball brings joy to many people. For most, it’s an escape from reality. Every once in a while a dose of […]

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