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Daniel Murphy Treated With PRP Injection For Strained Quad

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Daniel Murphy Treated With PRP Injection For Strained Quad

Terry Collins told reporters in Miami that Daniel Murphy received a platelet-rich plasma therapy injection on Thursday for his left quadriceps strain. He is fully unavailable today while it takes effect and possibly Saturday as well. Murphy had an MRI yesterday on his left quad and team doctors diagnosed him with a mild strain. Initially Murphy […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Marlins, 7:10 PM – Conforto Bats Cleanup!

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Marlins, 7:10 PM – Conforto Bats Cleanup!

After a day off on Thursday, the New York Mets begin a three-game series against the Miami Marlins tonight at Marlins Park. On the mound for the Mets is Jacob deGrom (12-7, 2.32) and hevopposes right-hander Tom Koehler (8-13, 4.12) for the Marlins in Friday’s 7:10 PM series opener. The Mets are 36-18 vs. the […]

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Updated With Thoughts: Boras Wants Hard 180 Inning Cap For Harvey

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Updated With Thoughts: Boras Wants Hard 180 Inning Cap For Harvey

Thoughts from Joe D. On Wednesday night, after Matt Harvey complained of fatigue and weakness due to symptoms of dehydration and was treated by team trainers, I like all of you, was somewhat concerned. When Harvey didn’t speak to reporters I actually became even more concerned, wondering if there was more to this story than […]

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Noah Syndergaard: A Tale of Two Pitchers

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Noah Syndergaard: A Tale of Two Pitchers

Noah Syndergaard has turned heads for his entire baseball career. Before he came up to the Show, he was known for having outstanding stuff which he could not command. Shades of “Nuke” Laloosh in Bull Durham, he threw hard but had no idea where the ball was going. Not even the mascots were safe. This […]

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Hoping Mets Give Me The Best Gift Of All

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Hoping Mets Give Me The Best Gift Of All

Today, on September 4th, 2015, I turn 26 years old. In most years on this day I’m usually full throttle in Football mode, crossing my fingers that another Jets season won’t go to waste, or perhaps that Joe Namath will find the fountain of youth and return as the Jets starting QB. This year is […]

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Mets Midseason Top Prospects 10-6: Robert Gsellman Rising

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Mets Midseason Top Prospects 10-6: Robert Gsellman Rising

#10 Marcos Molina Preseason: #9 Age: 20 – May 8th, 1995 Signed: January 11th, 2012 Bats/Throws: Right/Right It has been a whirlwind year for the young starting pitcher who the Mets decided to be aggressive with pushing him right past Savannah to the St. Lucie Mets to start 2015. This after completely dominating in the […]

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Dominic Smith Named FSL Player Of The Year

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Dominic Smith Named FSL Player Of The Year

It was a rough start to the year for Dominic Smith who was hitting just .194 on May 17th before he went on a tear that turned around his season and earned him the Florida State League Player of the Year award. He is currently hitting 305/.355/.418 with a league leading 33 doubles, six homeruns, […]

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The Z Files: Seven Takeaways from Mets 9-4 Victory over Phillies

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The Z Files: Seven Takeaways from Mets 9-4 Victory over Phillies

All eight starting fielders for the New York Mets recorded a hit, including six Mets with multi-hit performances as the Mets took the rubber match of their three game series against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Mets remain 6.5 games ahead of the Washington Nationals in the National League East standings. Here are seven takeaways from […]

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Ruben Tejada Comes Through Again For Mets

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Ruben Tejada Comes Through Again For Mets

Coming into last nights game against the Phillies, Mets shortstop Ruben Tejada had just three hits in his last 24 at bats. It didn’t take long for him to turn it around last night when in the second inning he launched a two-out fly ball down the right field line that was misplayed and turned into a […]

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Collins Says Impressive Rookie Michael Conforto Won’t See Any Starts Against LHP

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Collins Says Impressive Rookie Michael Conforto Won’t See Any Starts Against LHP

Another big night for impressive rookie Michael Conforto who his fifth home run in the third inning on Wednesday night, a two-run opposite field shot, and he extended his on-base streak to 15 games dating back  to August 15. Over his last 17 games, Conforto is hitting .400 (20-50) with five doubles, four home runs and […]

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