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Are You Ready For A Mets Dynasty?

An article by posted on October 20, 2015 0 Comments
Are You Ready For A Mets Dynasty?

Jon Morosi of Fox Sports points out that the New York Mets’ postseason rotation comprised of Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey and Steven Matz are historically the second quartet in modern baseball to meet the following criteria: 1. They are each 27 or younger. 2. They made their Major League Baseball debuts with the […]

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R.A Dickey Hopes To Face Syndergaard In World Series

An article by posted on October 20, 2015 0 Comments
R.A Dickey Hopes To Face Syndergaard In World Series

After being traded by the Mets three seasons ago, R.A. Dickey has a chance to start against his former team in the World Series. Dickey would love to see a Blue Jays and Mets series happen, and he thinks it would be great if he can go up against Noah Syndergaard. “I think it would […]

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Fiery DeGrom Is Charged Up And Sets His Sights On Cubs

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Fiery DeGrom Is Charged Up And Sets His Sights On Cubs

Mets ace Jacob deGrom returns to the mound tonight at Wrigley Field for Game 3 of the NLCS against the Chicago Cubs after taking the first two games of the series in New York. “I think we have a lot of confidence going into this game,” deGrom said on Monday during his media session. “We […]

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NLCS Notes: Slumping Duda Iffy For Game 3, Lester Won’t Pitch Game 4

An article by posted on October 20, 2015 0 Comments
NLCS Notes: Slumping Duda Iffy For Game 3, Lester Won’t Pitch Game 4

During manager Terry Collins meeting with the press yesterday he did not give a ringing endorsement to start slumping first basemen, Lucas Duda in game three of the NLCS. In the postseason thus far Duda is 2-for-21 with 2 walks and 13 strikeout’s. It is worth noting that the Chicago Cubs will be sending RHP […]

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Harvey Has Sore Right Triceps, But Still Good For Game 5

An article by posted on October 19, 2015 0 Comments
Harvey Has Sore Right Triceps, But Still Good For Game 5

7:00 PM Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen told reporters there was “no doubt” that Matt Harvey would start Game 5 on Friday. “I don’t foresee any problem with Matt going out there and pitching,” Warthen said. (ESPN New York) “He’s doing his treatment. The doctors looked at it yesterday. He was in great shape. He’s […]

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Murphy Jokingly Goads Granderson To Steal Third… And It Worked!

An article by posted on October 19, 2015 0 Comments
Murphy Jokingly Goads Granderson To Steal Third… And It Worked!

No matter what the Mets do, they just keep winning in the playoffs, even when they’re joking around. One example of that came in the third inning, when after Curtis Granderson stole second base, red-hot Daniel Murphy was intentionally walked so they could pitch to Yoenis Cespedes. Murphy then signaled to Granderson to go for […]

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Heyman: Boras Took Out Insurance Policy On Harvey’s Arm

An article by posted on October 19, 2015 0 Comments
Heyman: Boras Took Out Insurance Policy On Harvey’s  Arm

In the midst of the Matt Harvey innings controversy, agent Scott Boras took out an insurance policy on Harvey’s arm, reports Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. According to Heyman, Boras bought the policy at the end of the regular season, when it was becoming clear that Harvey was going to continue to pitch, possibly all […]

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Wright Snaps 1-for-19 Slump With RBI Double Off Arrieta

An article by posted on October 19, 2015 0 Comments
Wright Snaps 1-for-19 Slump With RBI Double Off Arrieta

Despite entering Sunday night’s game in a 1-for-19 slump, David Wright delivered the first blow against the Cubs’ ace Jake Arrieta. Wright crushed a double to centerfield over the head of Dexter Fowler that scored Curtis Granderson all the way from first base. The double ignited the Mets first inning outburst off Arrieta, who did […]

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Heyman: Mets Will Look A Lot Different Without Murphy and Cespedes

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Heyman: Mets Will Look A Lot Different Without Murphy and Cespedes

While the New York Mets are absolutely pleased with how Yoenis Cespedes has worked out for the team, one rival executive who has talked with Mets brass told Jon Heyman of CBS Sports that he would be “shocked” if the Mets retained him. “Yoenis Cespedes carried the Mets through August, and Daniel Murphy is carrying them now, when it counts […]

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Daniel Murphy’s Postseason Jumps From Great To Historic

An article by posted on October 19, 2015 0 Comments
Daniel Murphy’s Postseason Jumps From Great To Historic

It didn’t take long for Daniel Murphy to continue his epic postseason performance in Game 2 on Tuesday night of the National League Championship Series. The free agent to be, ripped a laser off Cubs starter Jake Arrieta in the first inning for his fifth home run of the playoffs to put the Mets ahead […]

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