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Featured Post: Mets Have Finally Figured Out Citi Field

An article by posted on July 15, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Mets Have Finally Figured Out Citi Field

Mike Puma of the NY Post writes about how the Mets have figured out their problems at Citi Field this season. During the offseason, the team moved the fences in for the second time in four seasons, and the decision already appears to be paying off. The Mets are 32-14 at home, and have seen […]

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Binghamton Releases Three During All-Star Break

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Binghamton Releases Three During All-Star Break

Binghamton has announced they have released INF Aderlin Rodriguez, INF Dustin Lawley, and OF Eudy Pina from the AA roster. Lawley was a 19th round pick of the Mets in 2011 and has hit .213/.256/.370 with six homeruns and 26 RBI. He has been more productive lately with two homeruns and eight RBI over his last ten games. He has […]

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Tulowitzki Responds To Mets Trade Rumors

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Tulowitzki Responds To Mets Trade Rumors

Speaking with reporters prior to the All-Star game, Troy Tulowitzki says he has no desire to be traded. “I signed to be a Rockie and right now my job is to be a Rockie, so my job is to go out there every single day and help them to try to win games,” Tulowitzki said. […]

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The Final Piece Of The Puzzle

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The Final Piece Of The Puzzle

The ’69 World Series saw Jerry Koosman pick up the W in 2 of the 4 Mets victories. His ERA was 2.04 and he allowed only 7 hits in 17 2/3 innings pitched. Ron Swoboda hit .400 and made arguably one of the best catches in Series history. Tommie Agee outdid his teammate and made […]

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DeGrom Shined Bright Among The Stars

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DeGrom Shined Bright Among The Stars

Jacob deGrom didn’t pitch long, but long enough to show why rival scouts and opposing general managers salivate when they catch a glimpse of him, and why his popularity is soaring. The 2014 NL Rookie of the Year struck out the side in the fifth inning, and needed only ten pitches to do it. Overpowering is […]

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All-Star Recap: AL Tops NL 6-3, DeGrom Strikes Out The Side

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All-Star Recap: AL Tops NL 6-3, DeGrom Strikes Out The Side

The American League All Stars defeated the National League All Stars by a score of 6-3 in Cincinnati Tuesday night. National League: Pitching: Zack Greinke started the game for the National League. He pitched two strong innings after giving up an opposite field leadoff home run to Angels’ outfielder Mike Trout. The next batter walked, however he […]

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2015 All-Star Game Thread: Greinke vs. Keuchel, 8:15 PM

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2015 All-Star Game Thread: Greinke vs. Keuchel, 8:15 PM

2015 MLB All-Star Game AL vs. NL First Pitch: 8:15 p.m. ET | TV: FOX Tuesday night at the Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati, the American League squad will look to continue its dominance in baseball’s annual All-Star Game. Zack Greinke of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Dallas Keuchel of the Houston Astros have […]

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Pure DeGromination

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Pure DeGromination

You’re looking at the official 2015 All Star Game portrait of Jacob deGrom which he just posted to Instagram. Jacob deGrom has been brilliant for the Mets this season, posting a 9-6 record with a 2.14 ERA that ranks fourth best in the National League. In his last seven starts, dating back to June 1, […]

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Parnell Is Thriving As A Middle Reliever

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Parnell Is Thriving As A Middle Reliever

Since returning from Tommy John surgery, Bobby Parnell has been excellent. He’s allowed only one run and seven hits during ten innings. “It was way more difficult than I thought it would be,” Parnell told SNY.TV’s Robert Brender about his year-long recovery from surgery. “The physical side was pretty much laid out, it’s easy to comprehend. […]

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Despite The Naysayers, Mets Have Been Fun and Exciting To Watch

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Despite The Naysayers, Mets Have Been Fun and Exciting To Watch

I don’t know about you my fellow Mets fans, but I’m pretty happy with how the season has gone so far. I mean if you had asked me back in March if I would take being two games out of first place and one game out of the wild card at the All-Star break, my […]

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