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Steven Matz Could Win Rookie of the Year Award

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Steven Matz Could Win Rookie of the Year Award

Long Island native, Steven Matz looks to get his first full major league season under his belt this coming year. In his brief appearance last season, we saw glimpses of how great of a pitcher he can truly be. Marc Carig of Newsday spoke with Frank Viola and discussed the possibilities for Matz, and what […]

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I Can’t Wait To Hear Howie!

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I Can’t Wait To Hear Howie!

I grew up before the 24-hour news cycle started, when social media constituted of passing around the headphones of a Walkman as you ‘streamed’ music on the radio. Maybe if one was lucky, they could ‘share’ their cassette recording of said song so everyone could hear it. It was a suburb of northern New Jersey, […]

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MMO Exclusive: Catching Up With Cliff Floyd

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MMO Exclusive: Catching Up With Cliff Floyd

Where Are They Now? Cliff Floyd Baseball players tend to disappear after retirement. Without the spotlight of national media, or admiration of thousands of fans, they fade back into mainstream society. They leave only memories, and their absence from the game makes it easy to forget that these guys we watched on TV are still […]

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Curtis Granderson Expected To Play Friday Against Marlins

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Curtis Granderson Expected To Play Friday Against Marlins

Terry Collins told reporters that Curtis Granderson is expected to play in Friday’s Grapefruit League game against the Miami Marlins. Granderson was diagnosed with pinkeye on Tuesday, but has been working out and said the condition has improved. “He feels good, the medicine has worked,” Collins said. “Tomorrow he won’t go on the trip, but […]

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Morning Grind: Cuddyer Retirement Details, State of the Mets

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Morning Grind: Cuddyer Retirement Details, State of the Mets

An industry source tells Mike Puma of the NY Post that Michael Cuddyer received a buyout valued in the $2 million to $3 million range to terminate his contract with the New York Mets in December when the veteran outfielder announced his retirement. Cuddyer, 36, was due to earn $12.5 million dollars in the final season […]

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Collins: Fun Time Is Over, Time To Get Ready For Baseball

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Collins: Fun Time Is Over, Time To Get Ready For Baseball

This might be one of the best and most interesting spring training camps I can ever remember. Everyone is so happy to be here. There are no real spring training battles to speak of. There are no underlying issues that are lurking about. There are no ominous storylines waiting in the shadows. Far from it, […]

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Ruben Tejada Could Be Traded Or Released Before Opening Day (Updated)

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Ruben Tejada Could Be Traded Or Released Before Opening Day (Updated)

According to what a team official told Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, there is a possibility Ruben Tejada could be traded or released before Opening Day. The team official indicated that Matt Reynolds or Dilson Herrera would “really have to distinguish themselves during spring training and force their way onto the roster before the […]

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Mets Players And Staff Host Clinic For St. Lucie Special Olympics

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Mets Players And Staff Host Clinic For St. Lucie Special Olympics

On Sunday, the New York Mets hosted a clinic for the St. Lucie Special Olympics at Tradition Field. The feel of the event can be summed up with a quote from Special Olympics regional director Jeff Hancock, who said, “This is beyond amazing. The opportunities that our athletes in the Special Olympics have because of […]

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Neil Walker Looks To Improve Against LHP

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Neil Walker Looks To Improve Against LHP

Things are going to be a little different at second base this season, as Daniel Murphy moves onto the rival Washington Nationals after a seven year career with the Mets. Now manning second base for the Amazins is Neil Walker, who spoke with Tyler Kepner of the New York Times about some of the challenges […]

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Cespedes and Syndergaard Caught Horsing Around At Mets Camp

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Cespedes and Syndergaard Caught Horsing Around At Mets Camp

If you thought you saw everything last week, when Yoenis Cespedes showed up to camp driving six different custom, souped-up vehicles including two Polaris Slingshots, a sleek black Lamborghini Aventador and a stunning red Alfa Romeo Competizione, you ain’t seen nothing yet. This morning, Cespedes showed to camp with one of his teammates in his […]

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