Mets Close To Finalizing $100 Million In Shares

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Mets Close To Finalizing $100 Million In Shares

According to the Daily News, the Mets are close to finalizing the sale of at least five $20 million shares in the team, a move that would help pay off $350 million in club debt, baseball officials familiar with the transactions told the Daily News. Major League Baseball has vetted and approved the investors, and […]

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Heilman Signs With The Mariners

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Heilman Signs With The Mariners

Free Agent right-handed reliever Aaron Heilman signed a Minor League deal with Seattle on Tuesday and will get a shot in Spring Training as a non-roster invitee. The former Met Heilman was initially shipped to Seattle in the three team, 12 player trade that landed the Mets J.J. Putz before the 2009 season. Heilman, 33, has […]

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Mets Sign Three To Minor League Deals

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Mets Sign Three To Minor League Deals

The New York Mets today announced the club has signed righthanded pitcher Miguel Batista and righthanded pitcher Fernando Cabrera to minor league contracts and invited both to major league Spring Training. Batista, 40, split last season between St. Louis and the Mets, finishing 5-2 with a 3.60 ERA (24 earned runs/60.0 innings) in 35 games, […]

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Hey Fred, This Buds For You – Selig To Get Two Year Extension

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Hey Fred, This Buds For You – Selig To Get Two Year Extension

And the beat goes on… Uncle Bud, or Commissioner Bud Selig as most of you know him, will be extended for at least two more years according to ESPN’s Buster Olney. But of course he is… The dirty deed will be consummated later this week at the owners’ meetings. Selig became MLBs acting commissioner in 1992 thanks to some late […]

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A Touching Piazza Tribute

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Piazza tribute…. last game at Shea This video was edited by my friend and fellow Mets Die Hard Fanatic Max Sanzo. Thanks Max, it’s a very beautiful video dedicated to the one, the only Mike Piazza.

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This Day In MLB History…

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This Day In MLB History…

January 10th, 1928: The Giants trade Rogers Hornsby to the Boston Braves for Shanty Hogan and Jimmy Welsh. It’s the Rajah’s third team in three years. Why exactly is this trade monumental? Mostly because I find it hard to believe that any team would want to trade one of the best second basemen in the […]

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Three More Leave Mets Organization?

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Three More Leave Mets Organization?

Earlier today we learned that Randy Niemann has left the organization. A few moments ago Adam Rubin posted that three top aides from the St. Lucie Mets have also left the organization. Original Post 9:00 AM Anthony DiComo reports that longtime Mets coach Randy Niemann has accepted a job with the Red Sox, according to […]

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Matt Harvey Tops BP Mets Prospect List

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Kevin Goldstein of Baseball Prospectus sums up the Mets farm system like this: With improvement coming via all three areas—draft, trades, international—the Mets are finally moving in the right direction. Here are eleven of his Top 20 prospects: Five-Star Prospects 1. Matt Harvey, RHP 2. Zack Wheeler, RHP Four-Star Prospects 3. Jeurys Familia, RHP Three-Star […]

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Temper Your Expectations

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Temper Your Expectations

Hey MMO readers, I’m not looking to be a Debbie Downer with this post, but I wanted to draw a bit of a comparison to my colleague Clayton’s post yesterday about the Mets offense being better than we think in 2012. I think Clayton drew some fair points, but the bottom line is that it […]

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Mets Waive F-Mart and Herrera

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Mets Waive F-Mart and Herrera

According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. Fernando Martinez and Daniel Herrera have both been put on waivers. Earlier today, Rubin warned that the Mets still needed to clear two spots from their full 40-man roster to make room for recent signings Scott Hairston and Ronny Cedeno. Martinez, 23, has faded as a prospect because of continual leg injuries. Even when healthy, an arthritic […]

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