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Mets trade Darrell Ceciliani to Blue Jays

An article by posted on 02/02/2016 0 Comments
Mets trade Darrell Ceciliani to Blue Jays

The Mets have traded OF Darrell Ceciliani to the Toronto Blue Jays, the clubs have confirmed. Ceciliani hit .206 in 68 at-bats last season. He started 13 games in the early part of the season, having a couple nice moments but mostly struggling before being sent back to the minors when the Mets upgraded their […]

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Look Who’s Holding Up The Rear

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Look Who’s Holding Up The Rear

I couldn’t help but share this chart from MLB Trade Rumors which essentially summarizes all the activity of this current Hot Stove Season as it pertains to Guaranteed Spending, Number of Players Signed and Average Annual Value. May I direct your attention to that team all the way at the bottom of the list… Namely […]

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Thoughts On Zack Wheeler and His Evolution

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Thoughts On Zack Wheeler and His Evolution

In an exclusive interview with rehabbing Mets right-hander Zack Wheeler, Kevin Kernan of the New York Post covered a variety of issues that go beyond the typical reports we’ve been getting on the former top pitching prospect in baseball. It’s not the usual mundane “Wheeler feels great” blah, blah, blah, push the “publish” button, mission accomplished […]

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MMO Mailbag: Sorry To Disappoint You

An article by posted on 01/02/2016 0 Comments
MMO Mailbag: Sorry To Disappoint You

Morgan writes… I think you were way to quick to say you were “moving on” from the Mets payroll discussion just based on a one-year deal to Yoenis Cespedes, which quite frankly they were forced to do to prevent rioting at Citi Field if he had signed with the Washington Nationals. For someone I admired […]

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Carlos Torres Clears Waivers, Elects Free Agency

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Carlos Torres Clears Waivers, Elects Free Agency

Reliever Carlos Torres has cleared waivers and has elected free agency rather than accepting an assignment to Triple-A Las Vegas. The Mets tried and failed to trade Torres before being placed on waivers Friday. He was due to earn $1.05 million in 2016. And so ends the Mets journey of Carlos Torres…  <sniff, sniff> Fare thee well…. January 28 […]

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How Good Is Mets Pitching Coach Dan Warthen

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How Good Is Mets Pitching Coach Dan Warthen

Back in the 90′s when the Atlanta Braves had a historically dominant rotation that included Tom Glavine, Greg Maddux, and John Smoltz, pitching coach Leo Mazzone was hailed as a genius. When he went to the Baltimore Orioles, not so much. Rick Peterson was also lauded for his work with an A’s rotation comprised of Tim […]

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Mets Unveil New Spring Training Jersey, Cap, Hoodie

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Mets Unveil New Spring Training Jersey, Cap, Hoodie

With the reporting date for pitchers and catchers only 16 days away, here’s a preview of the new jerseys, caps and pullover hoodies Mets players will be sporting when they arrive to camp at Port St. Lucie. Jacob deGrom (above) is looking good in his official Mets Spring Training sweatshirt that features the slogan “Train […]

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Mets Could Still Bring Back Tyler Clippard

An article by posted on 31/01/2016 0 Comments
Mets Could Still Bring Back Tyler Clippard

On Sunday, Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe reported that the Mets may still bring back free agent RHP Tyler Clippard, who remains one of the top relievers that is still on the market. It’s no secret that the Mets have maintained a strong desire to re-sign Clippard. Right from the very start of the offseason, […]

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Mets 2016 Breakout Prospect: 3B David Thompson

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Mets 2016 Breakout Prospect: 3B David Thompson

Next in our breakout candidates is a relatively new face, 3rd Baseman David Thompson. Our first prospect in the series was fellow third baseman Jhoan Urena. Profile: Before Thompson was a 4th rounder for the Mets, he was an offensive star in the Miami area. As a Westminster Christian Alumni, (Same high school as Alex Rodriguez), he […]

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Greed is Good… Except If You’re A Baseball Fan

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Greed is Good… Except If You’re A Baseball Fan

If you’re Gordon Gekko greed is good. If you’re Bernie Sanders greed is bad. If you’re a baseball fan you wonder if MLB’s greed has a direct impact on winning the World Series. Although none of us like to admit it Baseball is a business. But what happens when the desire to make a buck […]

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