The Mets Aren’t As Bad As Their Record Suggests

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The Mets Aren’t As Bad As Their Record Suggests

Despite the Mets best efforts to throw away last night’s game against the Braves, this team really isn’t as bad as their 37-46 record suggests. At nine games under .500, their .446 winning percentage places them 10th in the National League and 23rd in all of Major League Baseball. While a bottom 10 spot does […]

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B-Mets Flex Muscle In Tool City

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B-Mets Flex Muscle In Tool City

The Binghamton Mets looked like a juggernaut while smothering the New Britain Rock Cats by a score of 8-3 on Monday night in Eastern League action. Now that their hitting has caught up with their formidable pitching, the B-Mets are beginning to steamroll the rest of the league. Fresh off a three game sweep in […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Gil Hodges Belongs In The Hall Of Fame

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MMO Fan Shot: Gil Hodges Belongs In The Hall Of Fame

An MMO Fan Shot by Bill Hall We support the election of Gil Hodges to the Baseball Hall of Fame. He is fully qualified under every one of the criteria set forth in the Hall’s own rules: “Voting shall be based on player’s record, playing ability, integrity, sportsmanship, character, and contributions to the team(s) on […]

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Terry Has Them Playing Not To Lose

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Terry Has Them Playing Not To Lose

What an stunning and deflating loss last night. I don’t mind losing, I can handle losing, but it’s the agonizingly, torturous ways we lose that kill me. And last night’s gut-punch was the worst of the season. You know, I started to get that feeling of impending doom in the bottom of the sixth when […]

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MMO Game Recap: Braves 5, Mets 3

An article by posted on June 30, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Braves 5, Mets 3

Chris Young Scores, But Mets Blow 3-0 Lead The Mets opened up a three-game series with the Atlanta Braves at Turner Field tonight with Zack Wheeler facing off against Alex Wood. The Mets, seven games out of first coming into tonight, looked to inch their way back into contention with a crucial series versus the […]

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Astros Release Statement On Leaked Information

An article by posted on June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Astros Release Statement On Leaked Information

6:00 PM Below is the official statement issued by the Houston Astros. “Last month, we were made aware that proprietary information held on Astros’ servers and in Astros’ applications had been illegally obtained. Upon learning of the security breach, we immediately notified MLB security who, in turn, notified the FBI.  Since that time, we have […]

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Wright To Avoid DL, But Mets Will Play Shorthanded Until Friday

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Wright To Avoid DL, But Mets Will Play Shorthanded Until Friday

Adam Rubin reports that the Mets will play shorthanded during their series against the Atlanta Braves while David Wright remains in New York getting treatment on his bruised left rotator cuff, according to what Terry Collins said on Monday afternoon. Collins said there has been “zero” consideration to placing Wright on the disabled list and team doctors believe he […]

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

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

After a disappointing series in Pittsburgh, the New York Mets are back in action against the rival Atlanta Braves, in the first of three on Monday night.  First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 PM at Turner Field. Zack Wheeler (3-8, 4.45) has the duty of getting things back in order, when he faces Alex Wood […]

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Bowties and Rings

An article by posted on June 30, 2014 0 Comments
Bowties and Rings

Frank Cashen, who served as Mets general manager from 1980 through 1991, died today at age 88. Cashen was regarded by many as the architect of the last Mets World Series championship team in 1986. The following was originally written about Cashen and current Mets GM Sandy Alderson, shortly after Alderson assumed control in 2010. Frank Cashen […]

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Mets With RISP, First Pitch Swinging, Deep Counts

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Mets With RISP, First Pitch Swinging, Deep Counts

Travis d’Arnaud is batting .143 (6-for-42) with RISP After another awful showing with runners in scoring position in Sunday’s loss 5-2 loss to the Pirates, manager Terry Collins addressed the issue “We left a lot of guys at third base,” Collins said. “You think you’re out of it. You think you’re swinging good. And it […]

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