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MMO Game Recap: Nationals 2, Mets 1

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MMO Game Recap: Nationals 2, Mets 1

The Mets fell short against the Nationals on Wednesday night, losing 2-1 in the nation’s capital. Jacob deGrom got the start for the Mets and was good, although he didn’t have his best stuff. deGrom went six innings, allowing two runs on six hits and two walks, striking out six. The game was delayed for […]

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Collins Says He Decides Who Starts and Where They Bat

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Collins Says He Decides Who Starts and Where They Bat

The lineup mystery has been solved. Terry Collins spoke with reporters today and said the lineup is created by him and his coaching staff, as well as the front office. “It’s a collaboration.” Collins said he has the final decision as to who starts, where they bat, and which players get benched. Additionally, he credited […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 7:05 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 7:05 PM

The New York Mets (1-0) continue their season opening series with the Washington Nationals (0-1) in D.C. on Wednesday at 7:05 PM. New York Mets Curtis Granderson, RF David Wright, 3B Lucas Duda, 1B Michael Cuddyer, LF Daniel Murphy, 2B Juan Lagares, CF Travis d’Arnaud, C Jacob deGrom, RHP Wilmer Flores, SS Washington Nationals Michael […]

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Mets Broadcast Team Optimistic About Mets This Season

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Mets Broadcast Team Optimistic About Mets This Season

The Mets broadcast provided their thoughts on several on several hot button topics in an interview with Steve Serby of the NY Post. Here are some of their most interesting responses. 90 wins or less? Darling: 90 wins is a lot of wins when you’re coming from 79. That being said, it’s an 11-win jump. It’s […]

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Mets New Lineup Would Result In One Additional Win

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Mets New Lineup Would Result In One Additional Win

The Mets’ unorthodox starting lineup on Opening Day had many in a tizzy and it was the big story on Tuesday while the team enjoyed a day off. Whose idea was it? Terry? Sandy? Mr. Met? All of the above? In a report by Marc Carig of Newsday, team sources insisted that the adjusted lineup […]

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Some Things Colon Did Different on Opening Day

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Some Things Colon Did Different on Opening Day

Besides being a surprise choice for Opening Day starter (and we have beaten that story to death), Bartolo Colon offered a few other surprises, in the way he pitched, on Monday. The 41-year-old hurler was impressive, matching $210 million man Max Scherzer, frame-by-frame, over six innings of three-hit ball. How he did that is what […]

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MMO Feature: A Comprehensive Review of the Triple-A Las Vegas Roster

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MMO Feature: A Comprehensive Review of the Triple-A Las Vegas Roster

The official roster for the Triple-A Las Vegas 51s was announced this week. The Mets are entering their third year with the 51s and are quickly approaching the end of a contract that takes them through the 2016 season, where I hope this connection ends. The ballpark itself can hurt pitcher development as less moisture […]

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Mets Must Continue To Beat Nationals Consistently In 2015

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Mets Must Continue To Beat Nationals Consistently In 2015

The Mets went a dismal 4-15 last season against their division rival, Nationals. If the Mets want to be a superior team this season, they must do better against their rival from D.C. who’s considered not only the top team in the NL East but maybe the best in baseball. “This is a team we […]

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Three Trades The Mets Should Consider

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Three Trades The Mets Should Consider

With an impressive balance of power arms, consistent bats, and major league ready talent, the Mets have a consensus top-five minor league system. They also, at least in my opinion, have a damn good major league team as well. The big club definitely has some holes, though, notably at shortstop, but otherwise there seems to […]

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Amazin’ Memories: Steve Henderson Delivered Some Thrills for the Mets

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Amazin’ Memories: Steve Henderson Delivered Some Thrills for the Mets

Steve Henderson came to the Mets with the burden of being one of the key players coming over from the Reds in the 1977 Tom Seaver trade. In addition, since the Mets had just traded Dave Kingman to San Diego, Henderson was expected to eventually replace him in the middle of the Mets’ lineup. This […]

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