Jeremy Hefner Undergoing Second Tommy John Surgery

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Jeremy Hefner Undergoing Second Tommy John Surgery

Jeremy Hefner announced via Twitter that he will undergo his second Tommy John surgery in 14 months. Hefner had been rehabbing from his first Tommy John surgery in St. Lucie and after appearing in a few games he suffered a forearm fracture and they discovered he re-tore  his ulnar collateral ligament. he had been debating whether or […]

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Nimmo Has Solid Debut In Arizona Fall League

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Nimmo Has Solid Debut In Arizona Fall League

The Arizona Fall League got underway on Tuesday and the Mets contingent got off to a running start. Left fielder Brandon Nimmo had an exciting debut, going 2-for-5 with a double and two runs scored, helping Scottsdale defeat Salt River by a score of 7-4. Nimmo also stole third base. Shortstop Matt Reynolds went 0-for-3 with […]

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Mets Still Searching For Answers At Leadoff Spot

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Mets Still Searching For Answers At Leadoff Spot

Of all the Mets’ off-season questions, the matter of their leadoff hitter is one of the most intriguing. That is especially if their intent is to fill it from within. With no budding Lou Brock or Rickey Henderson in their farm system, or even a Jose Reyes, their best hope is on their current 40-man […]

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Qualifying Offers Rise To $15.3 Million

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Qualifying Offers Rise To $15.3 Million

This off-season, free agents that are extended qualifying offers by their current teams will be in store for a paycheck worth $15.3 million should they accept their offers. The figure was arrived at by averaging the 125 highest-paid players in a given season. The qualifying offer enables a team to either bring back a player […]

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Turn Back The Clock: Mets’ 1971 Off-Season

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Turn Back The Clock: Mets’ 1971 Off-Season

With all the talk about possibly packaging young players in a trade to fill the Mets’ obvious needs for 2015, I was reminded of the 1971/72 offseason. In 1970 and 1971, the Mets had identical 83-79 records as the Pirates won the division both years. Still, there was reason to be optimistic that the Mets […]

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NLDS Thread: Dodgers vs Cardinals, Nationals vs Giants (Game 4′s)

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NLDS Thread: Dodgers vs Cardinals, Nationals vs Giants (Game 4′s)

Game 4 (Cardinals Lead 2-1) Los Angeles Dodgers at St. Louis Cardinals, Tuesday, Oct. 7, 5:00 PM, FS1 Clayton Kershaw (21-3, 1.77) vs Shelby Miller (10-9, 3.74) The Cardinals will look to land the finishing blow as they send Shelby Miller to the mound in his first ever playoff start. Miller has pitched in relief […]

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How Did Jacob deGrom Go From Relative Unknown To Head Of The Class?

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How Did Jacob deGrom Go From Relative Unknown To Head Of The Class?

Jacob deGrom did something that very few players are able to in this age of social media and constant connection. He flew under the radar. After Tommy John Surgery in 2011 cost him that entire season, he emerged in 2012 and pitched well in A and High-A, establishing a 2.43 ERA. While 2013 was an up […]

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Bidding For Andrew Miller Begins At Three Years, $21 Million

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Bidding For Andrew Miller Begins At Three Years, $21 Million

Baseball reporters and bloggers say the darnedest things.  Joel Sherman of the New York Post says the Mets should target lefthander Andrew Miller this offseason as a free agent. An executive who expects to pursue the lefty told Sherman he believes the field will be so crowded that three years at $21 million is probably […]

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Featured Post: Which Mets Pitchers Are Untouchable?

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Featured Post: Which Mets Pitchers Are Untouchable?

I thought it was interesting listening to Jim Duquette on SNY discussing which Mets pitchers were now considered to be untouchable and which ones the Mets would most likely move this offseason to acquire a big bat. Obviously nobody is untouchable in theory, but here is how he ranked them, however the comments are my […]

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The 2,700 Hit Club Not in the Hall of Fame

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The 2,700 Hit Club Not in the Hall of Fame

There have been 65 players in MLB history that have racked up at least 2,700 hits. 3,000 hits has been a magic benchmark, but to get 2,700 hits – if you’re not in the Hall of Fame – you’re just one notch below. So who are the members of the 2,700 hit club that aren’t […]

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