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Undrafted Prospect T.J. Rivera Impressing Mets

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Undrafted Prospect T.J. Rivera Impressing Mets

Mets prospect and Bronx native T.J. Rivera was undrafted out of Troy University in Alabama. But so far in the minor leagues, he is making the Mets notice writes Adam Rubin of ESPN. Last season at Class-A St Lucie and Double-A Binghamton combined, he hit .349 with 5 home runs and 75 RBIs in 453 […]

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Star Power: Matt Harvey Is Big Box-Office Draw

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Star Power: Matt Harvey Is Big Box-Office Draw

In an exclusive interview with Mike Puma of the New York Post, Mets chief revenue officer Lou DePaoli said that the team has already sold upward of 30,000 tickets for Matt Harvey’s first home start scheduled for Tuesday, April 14 at Citi Field. “Generally the second home game of the season is the toughest to […]

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Mets Minors Recap: Stuart and Becerra Homer, Matz Impressive

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Mets Minors Recap: Stuart and Becerra Homer, Matz Impressive

Last night Steven Matz made his AAA debut last night in a 2-1 for the Las Vegas 51′s and pitched 5 scoreless before running into trouble in the 6th. Matz left the in the 6th inning after walking a batter that would later come around to score against Zack Thornton. Matz final line: 5.1, 3 […]

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MMO Exclusive: MiLB.com’s Jake Seiner on Matz, Nimmo, Syndergaard, Conforto

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MMO Exclusive: MiLB.com’s Jake Seiner on Matz, Nimmo, Syndergaard, Conforto

On Wednesday evening, I had the pleasure of sitting down with minor league reporter and analyst Jake Seiner of MilB.com. Seiner covers the entire minor leagues very closely, but  agreed to keep our discussion limited to the Mets and we mainly discussed the teams top prospects as featured on the MMO Top 25 for the […]

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Collins Insists Duda Not In A Platoon, But Will Sit Against Lefty In Atlanta

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Collins Insists Duda Not In A Platoon, But Will Sit Against Lefty In Atlanta

During spring training, Mets manager Terry Collins said that starting 1st baseman, Lucas Duda would not platoon at first base during the regular season. However that could be subject to change this weekend. The Mets will head into Atlanta to face another division rival, the Braves this weekend, who are set to start lefty, Eric […]

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Matt Harvey: He Came, He Saw, He Conquered

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Matt Harvey: He Came, He Saw, He Conquered

“It’s like he never left,” said Gary Cohen as Matt Harvey walked off the mound – swagger and all – after striking out Clint Robinson to end the sixth and complete his incredible and somewhat magical return to baseball. Harvey’s first pitch of the day was a scintillating 96 mph fastball for a strike that […]

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Collins Unconcerned About Alex Torres, Jeurys Familia

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Collins Unconcerned About Alex Torres, Jeurys Familia

In his New York Mets debut, lefty reliever Alex Torres was unimpressive. Torres walked two batters, and he only recorded one out. Both runners Torres allowed on base eventually scored after he was pulled by manager Terry Collins. After the game, Collins said that he believes that rust was a factor in Torres’ poor performance […]

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MMO Minors Game Thread: Matz Making AAA Debut

An article by posted on April 9, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Minors Game Thread: Matz Making AAA Debut

Opening Day is finally here for the Mets Minor League affiliates with Savannah, St. Lucie, Binghamton, and Las Vegas all playing their first game tonight. The most anticipated game of the night is at AAA where the Las Vegas 51′s take on the Fresno Grizzlies with Steven Matz making his AAA debut. If you didn’t […]

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MMO Game Recap (#HarveyDay Edition!): Mets 6, Nationals 3

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MMO Game Recap (#HarveyDay Edition!): Mets 6, Nationals 3

The Mets (2-1) took the series from the Washington Nationals (1-2) this afternoon by a score of 6-3 at Nationals Park. Offense: The Mets got on the board first this afternoon in the third inning. Ian Desmond committed yet another error – his third of the series – which led to the Mets putting up […]

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Matt Harvey, The Real Baseball Maverick

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Matt Harvey, The Real Baseball Maverick

The temperature is in the mid-40s. It’s a dreary, early spring day on the east coast. It’s not exactly the type of day you would be running to the ballpark to watch a game. That is, unless, the pitching matchup features Stephen Strasburg and Matt Harvey. Below, you will find an actual text conversation that […]

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