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The Z Files: Matt Harvey’s One Defining Pitch Against Phillies

An article by posted on 11/04/2016 0 Comments
The Z Files: Matt Harvey’s One Defining Pitch Against Phillies

The New York Mets hitters were stunned once again by the Philadelphia Phillies in their 5-2 loss yesterday afternoon.  More stunning was Matt Harvey’s pitch selection in key at-bats during the game. Matt Harvey (L, 0-2) 6.0 IP, 3 R, 6 H, 3 SO, 2 BB Harvey attacked Phillies hitters throwing 63 of 93 pitches for […]

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Why Isn’t deGrom on the DL?

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Why Isn’t deGrom on the DL?

There’s no blaming the Mets for Jacob deGrom‘s right lat injury. Injuries happen. However, we yet again have to question how the Mets handle injuries and their roster. At the outset, the Mets are skipping deGrom’s start on Wednesday. He also isn’t going to throw in the bullpen for the time being. This is a very […]

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With Edgin Nearing Return and Henderson Thriving, Is Robles On The Bubble?

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With Edgin Nearing Return and Henderson Thriving, Is Robles On The Bubble?

In case you missed it in our minor league recap, lefty reliever Josh Edgin started the game for the St. Lucie Mets on Sunday as he began his rehab assignment. Edgin allowed one run on a walk, single and sac fly before departing the game after 27 pitches thrown. He struck out one and registered […]

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Time To Start Worrying About Matt Harvey?

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Time To Start Worrying About Matt Harvey?

After two starts in the 2016 season, Matt Harvey stands at 0-2 with a 4.63 ERA. Kevin Kernan of the NY Post has begun to wonder if it is time to worry about Matt Harvey. The short answer is NO. In yesterday’s start against the Philadelphia Phillies, Harvey pitched six innings while allowing three runs […]

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3 Up 3 Down: Mets Drop Two Of Three to Phillies???

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3 Up 3 Down: Mets Drop Two Of Three to Phillies???

3 Up  1.  Starting Pitching Did Their Job  All three starters this weekend for the Mets had solid outings. Jacob deGrom, Bartolo Colon, and Matt Harvey combined to allow just five runs the entire series. You would figure that would be enough for the Mets to at least take the series against a weaker Phillies […]

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Week One Review of Mets Starting Pitching and Bullpen

An article by posted on 10/04/2016 0 Comments
Week One Review of Mets Starting Pitching and Bullpen

A review of the latest turn through the Mets’ starting rotation: Name Innings Hits Runs (Earned Runs) Strikeouts Walks ERA (Season) WHIP (Season) Matt Harvey (0-1) 5.2 8 4(3) 2 2 4.76 1.765 Noah Syndergaard (1-0) 6.0 3 0 9 1 0.00 .667 Jacob deGrom (1-0) 6.0 5 1(1) 6 0 1.50 .833 Bartolo Colon […]

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Do The Mets Have All The Pieces To Win It All?

An article by posted on 09/04/2016 0 Comments
Do The Mets Have All The Pieces To Win It All?

Before the season started I asked some of my co-writers to give me their thoughts on the team. Mostly, I wanted to know how they viewed the offseason and if we have all the pieces to win win the NL East and hopefully bring home a World Series title. Here’s what they had to say… Tommy […]

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The Z Files: How Jacob deGrom’s Lat Injury Affected His Start Against Phillies

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The Z Files:  How Jacob deGrom’s Lat Injury Affected His Start Against Phillies

The New York Mets beat the Philadelphia Phillies 7-2 on Friday with four runs in the seventh, a preview of what’s to come this season against the Phillies deplorable bullpen.  Good teams score but great teams score late (see last two World Series Champions). Two quick points from last night’s victory: Jacob deGrom (W, 1-0) […]

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When Lagares Plays, Granderson Should Sit Not Conforto

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When Lagares Plays, Granderson Should Sit Not Conforto

I was afraid this was going to be the case as I wrote right after the New York Mets signed Yoenis Cespedes to that three year deal with the opt-out. “Not only does the signing squash literally any substantial playing time for Alejandro De Aza, it may have just placed him squarely on the trading […]

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Featured Article: The Amazing Odyssey Of Mets Reliever Jim Henderson

An article by posted on 08/04/2016 0 Comments
Featured Article: The Amazing Odyssey Of Mets Reliever Jim Henderson

As a 26th round draft pick by the Montreal Expos in the 2003 draft, Jim Henderson faced a steep uphill climb to make it to the majors. He stuck around long enough to be eligible for the Rule 5 draft in 2006. He was selected by the Cubs, but he didn’t make the major league roster. The […]

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