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MMO Game Recap: Dodgers 5, Mets 2, NLDS Tied 1-1

An article by posted on October 11, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Dodgers 5, Mets 2, NLDS Tied 1-1

The New York Mets lost 5-2 to the Los Angeles Dodgers on Saturday night at Dodgers Stadium to even the series at 1-1. Noah Syndergaard pitched pretty well for the Mets. Thor went 6.1 innings, allowing 3 runs on 5 hits and 4 walks, striking out 9. But Thor was inefficient and it cost him, […]

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Tejada Suffers Fractured Right Fibula After Late Take-Out Slide By Utley

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Tejada Suffers Fractured Right Fibula After Late Take-Out Slide By Utley

After a dirty take-out slide by Chase Utley, Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada was severely injured and was carted off the field after medical personnel fitted his right leg with a compression air cast. Tejada was sent flying into the air and upended after the brutal late hit by Utley and was in a lot of […]

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NLDS Game 2 Thread: Mets vs Dodgers, 9:00 PM – Thor’s Hammer Time!

An article by posted on October 10, 2015 0 Comments
NLDS Game 2 Thread: Mets vs Dodgers, 9:00 PM – Thor’s Hammer Time!

The New York Mets will look to increase their NL Division Series lead over the Los Angeles Dodgers to 2-0 after taking the first game at Chavez Ravine on Friday night. Rookie right-hander Noah Syndergaard (9-7, 3.24 ERA) will take the mound for the Mets and go up against fellow righty Zack Greinke (19-3, 1.66 ERA) for the Dodgers. […]

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Collins Explains Starting Syndergaard On The Road

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Collins Explains Starting Syndergaard On The Road

Matt Harvey was the aforementioned Mets ace since debuting in 2012 and bursting out the following season which included starting the All Star Game for the NL team at Citi Field. But as good as Jacob deGrom has been so far in his brief major league career, in an ideal world, Mets manager Terry Collins […]

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Some Kind Of Wonderful

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Some Kind Of Wonderful

I just finished reading an article on another site that said last night proved the Mets “are a good team” and “belong on this stage.” Gee, that’s weird… I thought the fact the Mets spent 3 1/2 months in first place and another 2 1/2 months within ear shot of first place was proof enough […]

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Cuddyer Struggles In Game 1, Conforto Should Start Tonight

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Cuddyer Struggles In Game 1, Conforto Should Start Tonight

Michael Cuddyer had a rough night in the field during yesterday’s win over the Dodgers. Cuddyer misjudged two fly balls during the second and third innings that turned into doubles for Los Angeles. “I misread the ball,” Cuddyer said. “The ball was flying in the first couple of innings. Misread both of them….Fortunately for me […]

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Game 1 Thoughts From A Young Die-Hard Mets Fan

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Game 1 Thoughts From A Young Die-Hard Mets Fan

Back in 2006 I was eleven years old. I remember the great season the Mets had, I still watched a lot of games with my dad and I loved the Mets. The big moments from that year stuck in my mind such as the Endy Chavez robbing that home run, and of course Carlos Beltran […]

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Mets Minors: Syndergaard Part Of BA’s All-Rookie Team

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Mets Minors: Syndergaard Part Of BA’s All-Rookie Team

Baseball America picked nine position players and six pitchers to be part of their All-Rookie team with Noah Syndergaard being the only Mets player chosen. Michael Conforto was passed over in the outfield for Joc Pederson, Randal Grichuk and Odubel Herrera mainly because of his limited opportunity this year (only 174 AB’s). Syndergaard led rookie pitchers with his 166 strikeouts this season in 150 innings. […]

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Amazin’ Moment: David Wright Delivers In The Clutch… Again!

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Amazin’ Moment: David Wright Delivers In The Clutch… Again!

It was second baseman Daniel Murphy who silenced a sold-out crowd at Dodgers Stadium on Friday night, a solo blast in the fourth inning against a stunned Clayton Kershaw to give the Mets a 1-0 lead. But equally important was a seventh inning, bases loaded two-run single by the captain David Wright who is back […]

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DeGrom Strikes Out 13 In First Playoff Win!

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DeGrom Strikes Out 13 In First Playoff Win!

In his first ever postseason start, Jacob deGrom was incredible. He fired seven scoreless innings and allowed just five hits while striking out 13 batters. Despite all of the attention being placed on Clayton Kershaw, it was deGrom who ended up stealing the show. He out-pitched the Dodgers’ ace, and led the Mets’ to their […]

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