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Cuddyer Now Expected To Be Activated Monday

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Cuddyer Now Expected To Be Activated Monday

Michael Cuddyer may not be activated from the disabled list until after the weekend series against the Tampa Bay Rays according to what sources have told Adam Rubin. (ESPN New York)   The plan now appears to be that Cuddyer will play a couple of games with the St. Lucie Mets and then rejoin the team on […]

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MLB Commish Glad To See Mets and Yanks In Playoff Hunt, Says Told You So On Wilpons

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MLB Commish Glad To See Mets and Yanks In Playoff Hunt, Says Told You So On Wilpons

MLB commissioner Rob Manfred can feel the excitement in the city and said he’s thrilled to see both the Mets and Yankees in a playoff race this late in the season. “I have to say it’s a great thing for our game,” the MLB commissioner said Thursday. “In terms of our fans, to have two […]

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Mets Minors: Montero Pitches, Herrera Continues Power Surge

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Mets Minors: Montero Pitches, Herrera Continues Power Surge

Las Vegas (64-49) 3, Salt Lake 2 Brandon Nimmo wasn’t in the starting lineup, however he still managed to make his presence felt walking in the the 9th inning and coming around to score the game-winning run on a single by Wilfredo Tovar. Here is the GW single. Dario Alvarez picked up his 2nd AAA win […]

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Amazin’ Thoughts: Wright’s Pumped, Leaving Miami, Sparky Says

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Amazin’ Thoughts: Wright’s Pumped, Leaving Miami, Sparky Says

Kevin Kernan of the New York Post caught up with David Wright while he was rehabbing at the Mets complex in Port St. Lucie. The Mets’ captain continues to work his way back and suddenly it’s becoming easier and easier to envision him batting in the Mets lineup again. It’s getting real. Someone pointed out […]

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Mets Reliever Eric Goeddel Set To Return Soon From DL

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Mets Reliever Eric Goeddel Set To Return Soon From DL

Mets right-handed reliever Erik Goeddel, who has been nursing a right elbow strain that landed him on the DL, continues to make progress and is nearing a return. Goeddel played in his second rehab game on Thursday, tossing one inning for High-A St. Lucie and allowing a run and walking two batters. Expected to be […]

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Gavin Cecchini Makes BA’s July All-Prospect Team

An article by posted on August 6, 2015 0 Comments
Gavin Cecchini Makes BA’s July All-Prospect Team

Gavin Cecchini has had a breakout year with the bat for the Binghamton Mets that has put him on the prospect map including ranking #69 on John Sickels mid-season top 75 prospect list. Baseball America recently chose a 13 player All-Prospect team for July including eight position players and five pitchers with Cecchini being their selection at […]

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Blevins Out For Season After Re-Injuring Forearm

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Blevins Out For Season After Re-Injuring Forearm

Left-handed relief pitcher  Jerry Blevins re-fractured his injured left forearm and will undergo surgery and likely miss the rest of the season, the team announced on Thursday. Reportedly, Blevins slipped off a curb and re-fractured the distal radial bone. His surgery is scheduled for next week in Boston. He was recently cleared to throw last week after […]

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Wright Expects To Start Playing Rehab Games On Monday

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Wright Expects To Start Playing Rehab Games On Monday

According to Kevin Kernan of the NY Post, David Wright is expected to play a minor league game Monday in Port St. Lucie. Wright took batting practice today and fielded ground balls at third base. If he avoids any setbacks, Wright could return sooner than anticipated in early September or late August. August 5th After […]

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Mets Starting Rotation Could Be MLB’s Best Ever

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Mets Starting Rotation Could Be MLB’s Best Ever

SNY TV analyst Ron Darling, who was part of a 1986 Mets rotation that featured the likes of the great Dwight Gooden, Bobby Ojeda and Sid Fernandez, had some very impressive things to say about the current Mets starting rotation. Darling believes that Matt Harvey, Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Steven Matz and next year, Zack Wheeler, […]

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Harvey Unconcerned With What Nats Think, Mets Eyes Are On The Prize

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Harvey Unconcerned With What Nats Think, Mets Eyes Are On The Prize

After tossing seven shutout innings against the Miami Marlins, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey responded to comments from Nationals’ outfielders Jayson Werth  and Bryce Harper. Harvey told reporters that the Mets are only focused on themselves and aren’t concerned about what other people think. “I think we’re just keeping our head down and staying focused here in […]

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