Mets Continue To Make History In A Breaking Bad Way

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Mets Continue To Make History In A Breaking Bad Way

The Mets officially have been eliminated from NL East title contention after losing to the Nationals 5-1 on Monday night. Collin McHugh started and only gave up five hits however three of them were home runs and accounted for all four Nationals runs. I’m not a pitching analyst by any stretch of the imagination, but […]

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Today In Mets History: Look Who’s No. 1

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Today In Mets History: Look Who’s No. 1

On September 10, 1969, the scoreboard said it all… “LOOK WHO’S NO. 1″ After trailing the Chicago Cubs by ten games on August 13th, the New York Mets made it all the way back, plus one, after a doubleheader sweep of the Montreal Expos. The Mets took the opener 3-2 in 12 innings. Jim McAndrew started […]

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Shortstop Ruben Tejada Has Been On A Downward Trend Since May

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Shortstop Ruben Tejada Has Been On A Downward Trend Since May

During last night’s FOX broadcast of the Mets/Braves game, Kevin Burkhardt mentioned that Ruben Tejada had been slumping in September and looks tired and out of gas. That’s been the consensus lately by some of the beat writers in the last two days as well, but this decline by Tejada goes back much further than […]

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Batting

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Mets Minors: Organizational Leaders In Batting

Batting Average T.J. Rivera led the Mets Minors with a .320 combined batting average this season between Low-A Savannah and High-A St. Lucie. Rivera was tearing it up at a .332/.396/.487 clip in 64 games with Savannah before he was promoted. He slowed down considerably after joining St. Lucie, but still batted a more than […]

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Random Thoughts After A Weekend To Forget…

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Random Thoughts After A Weekend To Forget…

Talk about about a depressing weekend at Citi Field… A three game sweep at the hands of the Atlanta Braves and the Mets one game away from tying the franchise record for the most consecutive games scoring three or less runs. A loss today to the Nationals and we’ll officially be in the throws of the worst […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Patience is a Virtue? Not In Flushing It’s Not…

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MMO Fan Shot: Patience is a Virtue? Not In Flushing It’s Not…

We have all heard the phrase good things come to those that wait, but the phrase really only works if you seem to have a plan for the future that you intend to wait for. Patience works if you have a plan. But I see no plan at work with this organization. Many have tried […]

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MMO Fair or Foul: Are You Still With 28?

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MMO Fair or Foul: Are You Still With 28?

Here’s an interesting debate to toss around this morning after reading a column by Rich Couthino of CBS Sports. Rich writes: I believe it is far from a slam dunk that Daniel Murphy will be back here playing second base for a number of reasons. First of all, a .290 batting average with only 5 homers and […]

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Brooklyn Falls To Hudson Valley 8-1, Winner Takes All Game Tonight!

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Brooklyn Falls To Hudson Valley 8-1, Winner Takes All Game Tonight!

It was a tough afternoon for the Cyclones, who played Game 2 of their playoff series with the Hudson Valley Renegades on Sunday afternoon, and fell by the score of 8-1. This game got underway on Sunday afternoon because of a rain delay on Saturday, by the way. Luis Mateo took the mound for the […]

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Could Gregerson and Andrus Be Trade Targets For Mets This Winter?

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Could Gregerson and Andrus Be Trade Targets For Mets This Winter?

With the season entering its last few weeks, there are few things left for Mets fans to be excited about. Of course there are exceptions such as Dickey’s run at the Cy Young award and getting to see some of the younger players, such as Jeurys Familia and Matt Harvey. The focus, for the most […]

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MMO Prospect Pulse: Hansel Robles Is One To Watch

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MMO Prospect Pulse: Hansel Robles Is One To Watch

What an amazing game by Hansel Robles last night who tossed a complete game shutout and struck out ten batters to defeat the Hudson Valley Renegades 4-0 and take Game One of the Semi Final round of the New York Penn League Championship Series. Mets Merized Online’s Peter Shapiro who has been raving about Robles […]

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