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Don’t Count Out Rafael Montero

An article by posted on January 14, 2015 0 Comments
Don’t Count Out Rafael Montero

I remember the game because it was on my birthday, September 27. A meaningless game but as the season was almost over I felt the need to absorb what precious little baseball was left. I wanted to watch Rafael Montero’s outing because I’d noticed a change in him over his previous few starts. He was […]

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Mets Payroll For 2015 Looks To Be $91 Million

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Mets Payroll For 2015 Looks To Be $91 Million

I was asked to calculate the Mets current payroll after some questions arose from the $85 million that was cited in yesterday’s article from The Guardian. Based on my calculations I come up with $91 million not counting Gee. Here’s the math: Guaranteed Contracts ($67.65M) David Wright $20.0M Curtis Granderson $16.0M Bartolo Colon $11.0M Michael […]

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Mets Captain Is Locked On, Wright Says Playoffs Or Bust

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Mets Captain Is Locked On, Wright Says Playoffs Or Bust

Kevin Kernan of the NY Post caught up with David Wright who is swinging a bat again pain free and insists he is right where he needs to be for 2015, a season in which he expects to be playing in October. “I fully expect us to be in the playoffs,” the 32-year-old Wright said. […]

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Writer Rips Mets Ownership, Calls Them An Embarrassment

An article by posted on January 13, 2015 0 Comments
Writer Rips Mets Ownership, Calls Them An Embarrassment

Jonathan Bernhardt of The Guardian ripped into Mets ownership but good in a scathing article that calls the team out on a few central issues. He contends that going with Wilmer Flores as the everyday shortstop is an embarrassment that underscores the financial depravity of the New York Mets. He accuses the front office of […]

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Murphy, Duda, Mejia, Gee, Tejada File For Arbitration

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Murphy, Duda, Mejia, Gee, Tejada File For Arbitration

As expected, Jenrry Mejia, Dillon Gee, Daniel Murphy, Lucas Duda and Ruben Tejada were among the 172 players who filed for salary arbitration on Tuesday. MLB teams now have until Friday to submit their bids for each player, although keep in mind both sides can still negotiate before their arbitration hearings and agree to a deal. […]

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Mike Piazza Thanks Fans and Supporters

An article by posted on January 13, 2015 0 Comments
Mike Piazza Thanks Fans and Supporters

Former NY Mets catcher, Mike Piazza, took to Facebook to thank his fans for all their support after not being voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame. Mike posted the following on his Facebook: “Hey Everyone! I truly hope all your holidays were awesome and that everyone was safe and sound. It was a little […]

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D’Backs Still Shopping For A Starting Pitcher

An article by posted on January 13, 2015 0 Comments
D’Backs Still Shopping For A Starting Pitcher

Jon Morosi of Fox Sports reports that the Arizona Diamondbacks will make a trade or two to acquire a starting pitcher and a catcher with MLB experience before the start of Spring Training. Morosi says that Arizona GM Dave Stewart is looking to trade from his surplus of outfielders, and there’s not been any mention […]

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Carlos Beltran Signed With Mets 10 Years Ago Today

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Carlos Beltran Signed With Mets 10 Years Ago Today

On January 13, 2005, ten years ago today, the Mets signed free agent  Carlos Beltran to a seven year, $119 million dollar contract. I can’t recall a greater Mets player who was as under-appreciated as Beltran was when he was with the Mets, despite always giving it everything he had and delivering countless big hits and big […]

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MMO Fan Shot: What Run Differential Doesn’t Tell You

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MMO Fan Shot: What Run Differential Doesn’t Tell You

An MMO Fan Shot by Joey D. While I expect the Mets to take a significant step forward this season, I have to disagree with the case many make for the Mets based on their run differential last season. Run differential numbers are useless because of the missing nuts and bolts that are hidden behind […]

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Does Kevin Long Plan To Adapt Mets Hitting Philosophy?

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Does Kevin Long Plan To Adapt Mets Hitting Philosophy?

In perusing old magazines ferreting unusual sports stories that might be topics on my Tip-Off sports radio show, I found an interesting quote from the New York Mets’ recently hired hitting coach, Kevin Long. Mind you now, Long had yet to be released by the Yankees and hired by the Mets when he made his […]

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