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Ex-Met Turner Is Locked In Against Former Team

An article by posted on October 14, 2015 0 Comments
Ex-Met Turner Is Locked In Against Former Team

Facing his former team in the NLDS, ex-Met Justin Turner is having an incredible series. He’s batting .467 in 17 at bats, and has been huge for the Dodgers in the clutch. Turner crushed a key two-run double against Steven Matz with two outs in third inning last night, and he also made an impressive play […]

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Dominic Smith Picks Up Right Where He Left Off

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Dominic Smith Picks Up Right Where He Left Off

Last night the Arizona Fall League started with the Salt River Rafters winning their first game of the season 5-3 over the Scottsdale Scorpions. The Rafters offense was helped by Dominic Smith who was 2 for 3 with a walk, run scored and two doubles. Both doubles were off San Francisco Giants left-handed prospect Adalberto […]

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Mets Ran Into A Buzzsaw In Dodgers Ace Clayton Kershaw

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Mets Ran Into A Buzzsaw In Dodgers Ace Clayton Kershaw

You knew it was bound to happen at some point. You knew he was due for a postseason win. You just didn’t want to believe it would happen last night against the Mets on our home turf in a pivotal Game 4 of the NLDS. Clayton Kershaw was a Goliath on Tuesday night at Citi […]

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Juan Uribe Expected To Miss NLCS If Mets Advance

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Juan Uribe Expected To Miss NLCS If Mets Advance

According to an article from Adam Rubin at ESPN NY, manager Terry Collins advised that Juan Uribe will more than likely not be available to the team if they advance to the NLCS. The veteran infielder has yet to resume any baseball activities at this time. Uribe, who was part of the turnaround for the […]

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Mets Still Have Faith In Matz Despite Game 4 Loss

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Mets Still Have Faith In Matz Despite Game 4 Loss

During his first postseason start of his career, Steven Matz allowed three runs and six hits in five innings pitched. While his night started out promising, the Dodgers suddenly jumped out to a quick 3-0 lead and never looked back. In the third inning, Matz yielded the first run of the game on a soft […]

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Mets Drop Game 4 To Dodgers 3-1, Series Now Heads To LA

An article by posted on October 13, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Drop Game 4 To Dodgers 3-1, Series Now Heads To LA

The New York Mets were defeated by the Los Angeles Dodgers by a score of 3-1 in Game 4 of the NLDS on Tuesday night at Citi Field. The series is now tied at two games a piece and heads to Los Angeles for the critical Game 5 showdown. Pitching: Steven Matz started for the […]

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Conforto Will Be Everyday Player in 2016

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Conforto Will Be Everyday Player in 2016

In his pre-game press conference this afternoon, Terry Collins expressed his support for Michael Conforto, saying the young outfielder will be an everyday player starting next year. Although Collins has hesitated to use Conforto against left-handed pitching in big games this year, he does believe he can hit left-handed pitching, saying, “I think he can […]

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NLDS Game 4 Thread: Dodgers vs Mets, 8:05 PM – We Can Taste It!

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NLDS Game 4 Thread: Dodgers vs Mets, 8:05 PM – We Can Taste It!

This could be an amazing evening for the New York Mets who are now one victory away from winning the National League Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers. However, it won’t be easy as the Mets have the daunting task of facing LHP Clayton Kershaw (16-7, 2.13) albeit on three days rest. The Mets […]

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Chase Utley Appeal Won’t Be Heard Until Next Monday, He Remains Eligible To Play

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Chase Utley Appeal Won’t Be Heard Until Next Monday, He Remains Eligible To Play

A Major League Baseball source told Bill Shaikin that the appeal filed by Chase Utley will not be heard until Monday, October 19th. Utley was suspended for two games for his take-out slide that resulted in a fractured leg for Ruben Tejada. He appealed the ban immediately, and then turned down an offer by MLB to […]

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D’Arnaud Crushes One In Huge Night At The Plate

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D’Arnaud Crushes One In Huge Night At The Plate

Travis d’Arnaud lit up Citi Field last night with a huge offensive outburst, all part of a tremendous 13-7 win for the Mets . In his first at-bat after the Dodgers had taken a 3-0 lead in the top of the second, TDA came to plate with Yoenis Cespedes on base and ripped the first […]

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