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MMO Fan Shot: Don’t Be Shy Sandy…

An article by posted on November 6, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Don’t Be Shy Sandy…

An MMO Fan Shot by Matt Stephens It has become evident at this early stage in the off-season that the Mets will not be major players in the free agent market. For the first year in many, that choice isn’t simply because of funds, but simply out of who is available, or better yet who […]

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Nothing Going On Between Mets and Markakis

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Nothing Going On Between Mets and Markakis

Updated November 6 Baltimore beat writer Roch Kubatko, was the first to report that the Orioles have been very busy negotiating with gold glove outfielder Nick Markakis. The two sides have been in close contact since the season ended and they are expected to agree on a four-year deal very soon. MLB Trade Rumors projects […]

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Mets Sign Catcher Johnny Monell, Final Thoughts On Juan Centeno

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Mets Sign Catcher Johnny Monell, Final Thoughts On Juan Centeno

The Mets made several moves last week to clear space on their 40 man roster. One of these decisions was to place catching prospect, Juan Centeno, on waivers. Centeno was quickly picked up by the Milwaukee Brewers, and he will likely compete for a spot on their opening day roster. While Centeno is certainly not […]

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Mets Have Michael Morse On Their Radar

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Mets Have Michael Morse On Their Radar

Now that Michael Cuddyer has been crossed out from the Mets” list of potential free-agent targets, a new name has emerged according to Mike Puma of the New York Post. “Michael Morse is one such name who fits the Mets’ criteria, according to a person with knowledge of the club’s internal discussions.” Morse, 32, gave […]

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Winning Is The Only Known Cure For Fan Apathy

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Winning Is The Only Known Cure For Fan Apathy

You may have heard the Mets announced some new uniform changes for 2015 this morning… Well whoop-dee-freaking-doo… There’s nothing like a good old-fashioned uniform tweak to excite the masses and get them to closet their old jerseys and buy some new ones. Cha-ching… If they really want to excite me in November, how about they […]

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Josh Lewin To Return To Mets Radio Team In 2015

An article by posted on November 5, 2014 0 Comments
Josh Lewin To Return To Mets Radio Team In 2015

According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, Josh Lewin will be back alongside broadcast partner Howie Rose to call Mets games on WOR radio for the 2015 season. Howie and Josh have proven to be a dynamic and entertaining broadcast team for Mets radio, and most Mets fans should be pleased with tonight’s […]

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Justin Upton For Noah Syndergaard?

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Justin Upton For Noah Syndergaard?

John Harper of The Daily News discussed a potential trade parallel between the New York Mets and the Atlanta Braves.  The idea is to trade Mets RHP prospect Noah Syndergaard for a return of Atlanta Braves outfielder Justin Upton.  Neither team has publicly entertained the deal, but it has traction. It certainly makes more sense than signing an underwhelming free […]

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Colorado Could Move Carlos Gonzalez This Offseason

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Colorado Could Move Carlos Gonzalez This Offseason

David Schoenfield of ESPN speculates that with Michael Cuddyer expected to accept his $15.3 million qualifying offer, the Colorado Rockies now find themselves with a glut in the outfield. So by giving Cuddyer that offer, the Rockies are betting on his return and given that Justin Morneau is still under contract, Cuddyer will play in […]

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Featured Post: Enemy At The Gates

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Featured Post: Enemy At The Gates

My family was kind of a Mets microcosm when I was growing up. My father and I were the die-hards with my sister offering casual support, while my mother was the long suffering enabler … Sister and Mom tolerated our tendency to hog the TV when a game was televised, but when the games ended […]

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Potential Trade Partners: Tampa Bay Rays

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Potential Trade Partners: Tampa Bay Rays

What could make the Tampa Bay Rays interesting to watch this offseason is their habit of trading players during their arbitration years. Tampa Bay operates under tight payroll restraints, which was limited to $76 million last year and won’t get much higher. Just think of David Price and James Shields, and former general manager Andrew […]

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