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Mets Minors: Sewald, Morris Lead Our All Star Bullpen

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Mets Minors: Sewald, Morris Lead Our All Star Bullpen

This is the fourth and final part of our own All-Star team that brings you the best performers from the Mets minor leagues in the bullpen. This particular group was tough to be to pick with so many guys in the Mets system having good years out of the pen. I will repeat that the […]

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Matt Harvey Arrives To Camp, Open To Extension

An article by posted on 15/02/2016 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Arrives To Camp, Open To Extension

Matt Harvey arrived to Mets camp on Monday in Port St. Lucie and worked out with his teammates before meeting with reporters and answering a few questions. Harvey, 26, recently agreed to a $4.325 million dollar contract with the Mets in his first year of arbitration and is under team control through the 2018 season. […]

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Mets Have Best Chance Of Returning To Postseason

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Mets Have Best Chance Of Returning To Postseason

Phil Rogers of MLB.com looks back at the 2015 postseason and ranks the chances of those ten teams returning to the postseason in 2015. Topping the list at No. 1 Rogers has the New York Mets. He writes: 1. Mets They’ll roll if: Lefty Steven Matz stays healthy for a full season, adding another piece […]

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Ruben Tejada Back On The Field, Still Upset Over Utley Slide

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Ruben Tejada Back On The Field, Still Upset Over Utley Slide

While Ruben Tejada is back on the field and recovering well from his broken leg, he is still upset with Chase Utley‘s controversial slide in the NLDS, writes the NY Post’s Kevin Kernan. “I’d like to see the fielder be protected,” the shortstop said. Tejada’s injury taking place in a big game on national television […]

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Granderson Arrives At Camp With Healthy Thumb

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Granderson Arrives At Camp With Healthy Thumb

Curtis Granderson arrived in camp on Monday and reported his surgically repaired thumb is completely healthy. In a video interview posted by Adam Rubin, Granderson said, “Hand’s all good. Met with the doctors, that would have been, middle of December to get the brace off and everything, and was instructed that really no physical therapy was […]

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The Troubling Case of Jenrry Mejia

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The Troubling Case of Jenrry Mejia

The sad tale of Jenrry Mejia came to a close Friday night, as reports flew in that Mejia had failed a third drug test in less than a year. Major League Baseball issued a lifetime ban to Mejia, joining only Pete Rose on their banned list of players. Mejia can seek a reinstatement after one […]

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Mets Goal For David Wright Is 130 Games

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Mets Goal For David Wright Is 130 Games

According to general manager Sandy Alderson, the New York Mets will continue to be cautious with third baseman David Wright this season in terms of playing time. “We’re going to make sure that he’s not overworked,” Alderson told the New York Post. “So it’s important for us to find somebody who can play 30 games or so […]

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Steven Matz Ready For First Full Season In Majors

An article by posted on 14/02/2016 0 Comments
Steven Matz Ready For First Full Season In Majors

New York Mets left handed starter Steven Matz has already arrived at the team’s Spring Training Complex at Port St Lucie, Florida and had a throwing session this past Thursday. After making his big league debut last season, posting a 2.27 ERA in six regular season starts, the 24-year old lefty is hoping to enjoy […]

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Sandy Alderson Talks About His Health and 2016 Expectations

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Sandy Alderson Talks About His Health and 2016 Expectations

In an exclusive interview with Steve Serby of the New York Post, GM Sandy Alderson weighed in on a wide variety of topics including expectations for the team, the offseason, the bullpen, the rotation, the bench, David Wright, what he’s most proud of as the Mets GM, and his own personal battle with cancer. This […]

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Wilmer Flores Embraces New Utility Role, Wants To Be A Met For Life

An article by posted on 13/02/2016 0 Comments
Wilmer Flores Embraces New Utility Role, Wants To Be A Met For Life

Wilmer Flores has been hard at work at the Mets spring training facility at Port St. Lucie preparing for his new role as the team’s utility infielder. He recently told MLB.com that he is excited about his new role and he is dedicated to making the most of his opportunity. “I just want to play. […]

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