Goodbye and Good Luck, Kevin Burkhardt

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Goodbye and Good Luck, Kevin Burkhardt

“Journey,” is how Kevin Burkhardt described his time with SNY and the Mets. It certainly has been a journey for Burkhardt, who 10 years ago made his primary living as a car salesman in New Jersey. However, once SNY entered the picture, everything changed. High quality reporting as the color man on TV broadcasts and a […]

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Everything Hinges On Wright Returning To All Star Form

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Everything Hinges On Wright Returning To All Star Form

Kevin Kernan of the New York Post conveys that David Wright is stoked about the direction the Mets are heading and knows the front office must acquire a couple of key pieces this offseason to avoid a seventh straight losing season. Ironically, Kernan argues, the biggest piece the Mets have to acquire is one David […]

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Featured Post: Which Mets Won’t Be Back In 2015?

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Featured Post: Which Mets Won’t Be Back In 2015?

With just four days left to the regular season, it won’t be long until the Mets officially shift gears and go into 2015 mode. One area which Sandy Alderson won’t have to worry about this Winter is the bullpen, Thankfully, we won’t have to endure anymore botched bullpen revamps. And ironically, the bulk of the […]

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Niese Not Worried About Rapid Heart Rate, Wraps Up A Solid Season

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Niese Not Worried About Rapid Heart Rate, Wraps Up A Solid Season

Jon Niese was pulled from his final start of the season Friday night with an elevated heart rate. He exited with one out in the sixth inning, having not allowed a run while throwing just 66 pitches. Niese has faced this issue in the past, namely on June 3, 2012 at home against the Cardinals […]

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Last Word On Harvey’s Trip To The Bronx

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Last Word On Harvey’s Trip To The Bronx

As I’m sure many of you know by now, Matt Harvey attended Derek Jeter‘s last game in Yankee Stadium on Thursday night. As you also probably know, that’s elicited plenty of reactions from fans, and beat writers alike, and of course all the talking heads on SNY where Harvey was shredded apart. Here’s my take: […]

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Wuilmer Becerra Named To Appalachian League Top 20

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Wuilmer Becerra Named To Appalachian League Top 20

Baseball America has named Mets prospect Wuilmer Becerra, of the Kingsport Mets, the #18 best player in the Appalachian League following the 2014 season. The incredibly young outfielder might not be at the tip of anyone’s tongue, but he was the final piece we received in the R.A. Dickey deal a few years ago. In […]

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MMO Game Recap: Astros 3, Mets 1

An article by posted on September 26, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Astros 3, Mets 1

An early exit for a dealing Jon Niese and an unfortunate relief appearance by Carlos Torres coupled with a key error led to a 3-1 loss to the Houston Astros in the final series opener of 2014. Granderson began scoring with a solo shot to right with one out in the fourth, handing the Mets […]

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Di-JEST: What’s Next For Derek Jeter?

An article by posted on September 26, 2014 0 Comments
Di-JEST: What’s Next For Derek Jeter?

This past Thursday was a monumental day in New York sports.  Let’s talk about some of the high points of the day in descending importance. The METS won a game in Washington D.C. against the Nationals. This is huge. The team scored seven runs against a team they usually can’t score seven runs against in […]

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

An article by posted on September 26, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Astros vs Mets, 7:10 PM

The Mets (77-82) open their final series of the season on Friday night against the Houston Astros (69-90) at Citi Field. Jon Niese (9-11, 3.50) will get the start for the Mets and he’ll be opposed by Brad Peacock (4-9, 4.82) for the Astros in a 7:10 PM matchup. Niese will make his 30th start tonight, tying his career-high. He also […]

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Would Moving the Fences In Help Curtis Granderson?

An article by posted on September 26, 2014 0 Comments
Would Moving the Fences In Help Curtis Granderson?

This morning, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York reported that the Mets plan to reconfigure the dimensions of Citi Field. By “reconfigure,” it’s likely that Rubin means that the Mets want to bring in the outfield fences. The idea is, make the distance from home to the right-center field gap shorter and you would thereby increase […]

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