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Hot Stove: Could Marcell Ozuna Be A Potential Fit For Mets

An article by posted on November 6, 2015 0 Comments
Hot Stove: Could Marcell Ozuna Be A Potential Fit For Mets

The Miami Marlins are open to trading Marcell Ozuna this offseason and I think the Mets could be a potential fit. The Mets are in an interesting situation where they need to add offense, but they do not have many available positions on the field to add a bat. With Michael Conforto in left field […]

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MMO’s Clayton Collier Talks Mets With Brian Cristiano

An article by posted on November 5, 2015 0 Comments
MMO’s Clayton Collier Talks Mets With Brian Cristiano

It’s all about the Mets these days in New York, and despite how the Fall Classic ended everyone agrees that the Mets made huge strides in 2015 and all in all this was an exciting season for the team and the fans. On that note, Brian Cristiano, CEO of Bold Worldwide spoke with our Senior […]

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Mets Will Look To Dilson Herrera At Second Base

An article by posted on November 5, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Will Look To Dilson Herrera At Second Base

The New York Mets are expected to make the one-year, $15.8 million qualifying offer to free agent Daniel Murphy by the deadline on Friday. Murphy is expected to decline the offer and look for a multi-year deal as a free agent, thus ending their nine year relationship. However, in return the Mets will receive a […]

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Will the Mets Become the Royals, or the Nationals?

An article by posted on November 4, 2015 0 Comments
Will the Mets Become the Royals, or the Nationals?

Not that we didn’t already know it, but it bears repeating. Nothing is guaranteed in baseball. We know how the Mets’ front office was determined to learn from the mistakes of their chief rivals in the NL East. We all know the story of the Washington Nationals shutting down Stephen Strasburg in the stretch run […]

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Familia Reflects On World Series Performance

An article by posted on November 4, 2015 0 Comments
Familia Reflects On World Series Performance

As most of you know, Jeurys Familia took over the closer’s role this season after Jenrry Mejia was suspended for using performance enhancing drugs shortly after Opening Day last April. The suspension shocked everyone and nobody knew how Familia would fare in his new pressure-packed role. But Familia eased all our concerns and embraced his […]

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A Personal Reflection on the Mets’ 2015 Season

An article by posted on November 4, 2015 0 Comments
A Personal Reflection on the Mets’ 2015 Season

It wasn’t until the second week of the 2015 season that the New York Mets made their home debut. The team was 3-3, and 2014 Rookie of the Year Jacob deGrom was looking to solidify his name and prove to the baseball world that his rookie season was no fluke. 43,947 people were in attendance, […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Because We’re Mets Fans, That’s Why

An article by posted on November 3, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Because We’re Mets Fans, That’s Why

An MMO Fan Shot by Eric Heller I am a Mets fan, in the full sense of the word: I am a fanatic. I like to rail against fanaticism in the real world, but I give myself a pass for baseball. It’s ridiculous, basically. It’s a game and it doesn’t matter. So why does a killer […]

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MMO Fan Shot: A New Met Narrative

An article by posted on November 3, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: A New Met Narrative

An MMO Fan Shot by Andy Love The sickening feeling that the Mets blew a world championship within their grasp will likely (hopefully) recede.  The visions of Lucas Duda‘s wild throw, Daniel Murphy‘s porous glove, Yoenis Cespedes‘ soccer-style fielding, and Jeurys Familia‘s ill-advised quick pitch will likely (hopefully) fade.  And then we can appreciate that this […]

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2015, The Year The Magic Came Back

An article by posted on November 2, 2015 0 Comments
2015, The Year The Magic Came Back

I know it’s painful right now – but the future looks bright… And so it has ended. The 2015 roller-coaster season came to a crashing halt on the franchise´s first ever November game. Yes, the team´s biggest flaws – infield defense and setup relief – were exposed in the World Series and especially late in […]

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But For Three Pitches…

An article by posted on November 2, 2015 0 Comments
But For Three Pitches…

Here are the grim facts:  The Mets were tied or in the lead 77% of the time in the 2015 World Series.  They were tied or ahead for 41 of the 53 innings. And while you would not be wrong in claiming our dormant offense had much to do with our demise, you can now […]

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