Rafael Montero Continues to Struggle With Command

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Rafael Montero Continues to Struggle With Command

Rafael Montero has been his own worst enemy so far in his first two starts since returning to the Mets. Montero struggled with his command yet again in Tuesday’s 5-3 victory over Cincinnati. Montero went just 4.1 innings in the game while allowing three runs on three hits and striking out four. His biggest problem […]

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Wilmer Flores Will Be There for You (Watch New Video!)

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Wilmer Flores Will Be There for You (Watch New Video!)

“I’ll be there for you, when the rain starts to fall.” We just had to update this post with a cool video passed along to us by one of our readers. Enjoy! This is awesome. #mets #friends pic.twitter.com/ik1RMU8l3s — New York Sports Guys (@NYSportsGuys5) September 7, 2016   Original Report – Aug 6 In case […]

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Bullpen Comes Up Big in 4th Consecutive Win for Amazins

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Bullpen Comes Up Big in 4th Consecutive Win for Amazins

It took seven Mets pitchers to contain the Reds on Monday night, and again manager Terry Collins is making all the right moves in a come from behind 5-3 victory on the road. The Mets got their 13th straight win over Cincinnati, keeping pace with the Cardinals who overcame the Pirates with four two out runs […]

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The Yo Show Continues it’s Reign of Terror

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The Yo Show Continues it’s Reign of Terror

You almost just expected it to happen. A man on base, the Mets trailing by one run, Yoenis Cespedes at the plate. You almost knew he would come through and provide the go-ahead homer. In what has become a given it seems this year, Cespedes provided another big blast, a two-run shot that gave the […]

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Mets Mash Way to 5-3 Win Over the Reds

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Mets Mash Way to 5-3 Win Over the Reds

The New York Mets (73-66) defeated the Cincinnati Reds (57-80) by a score of 5-3 in a great comeback win for the team. The Mets now currently trail the St. Louis Cardinals by a half game at the time of this posting for the second Wild Card spot. Pitching: Rafael Montero again struggled with his […]

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Marlins Activate Giancarlo Stanton From DL

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Marlins Activate Giancarlo Stanton From DL

Giancarlo Stanton took batting practice with his team this evening. The Wild Card race in the National League may have just gotten a little more interesting. MLB Network just reported that the Miami Marlins, in a stunning move, have officially activated Giancarlo Stanton from the disabled list- yes, the same Giancarlo Stanton that many reports said […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Reds, 7:10 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Reds, 7:10 PM

Tuesday, September 6, 2016 • 7:10 p.m. Great American Ball Park • Cincinnati, OH RHP Rafael Montero (0-0, 3.68) vs. LHP Brandon Finnegan (8-10, 4.19) SNY • WOR 710 AM • ESPN 1050 AM The Mets played a day game on a few hours of sleep yesterday and won! Bartolo Colon was fantastic and Reynolds, […]

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Curtis Granderson: A Deserving Nominee for Roberto Clemente Award

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Curtis Granderson: A Deserving Nominee for Roberto Clemente Award

Major League Baseball announced this afternoon, this year’s 30 club nominees for the annual Roberto Clemente Award, given in recognition of a player who best represents the game of baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field. Each club nominates one player to be considered for the […]

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The Mets’ 2016 Rallying Cry

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The Mets’ 2016 Rallying Cry

We all remember or have heard the legend of Ya Gotta Believe. How the 1973 Mets, racked by injuries all season, in last place on August 30, went on a blistering tear in September and broke the tape by the thinnest of margins.  Their 82 wins were tied for the worst ever to qualify for […]

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David Wright to See Dr. Watkins for a Checkup

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David Wright to See Dr. Watkins for a Checkup

According to Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball, Mets third baseman David Wright will be leaving the team in Cincinnati to travel to Los Angeles to meet with his surgeon, Dr. Robert Watkins, for a regularly scheduled checkup on his surgically repaired neck. The hope is that after the meeting Wright will be cleared by Dr. […]

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MMO Players Of The Week: Granderson and Lugo

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MMO Players Of The Week: Granderson and Lugo

The New York Mets embarked on a tough stretch of games to close out August and usher in September. The Miami Marlins visited Citi Field for four games, followed by the first-place Washington Nationals for a three-game weekend series. The Marlins series was especially momentous, considering that both the Mets and Marlins are eyeing the […]

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