Addison Reed Ready For Any Role

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Addison Reed Ready For Any Role

Since the Mets acquired him way back when in 2015, Addison Reed has been nothing but a god-sent for the Mets. In 97 games since being acquired, Reed has been one of the top set-up men in the game. In his Mets career, he has a 1.84 ERA with 108 strikeouts and a 10.5 K/9 […]

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Michael Conforto is Prepared for Whatever 2017 Brings

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Michael Conforto is Prepared for Whatever 2017 Brings

After a stellar breakout campaign in 2015, the sky seemed the limit for Michael Conforto‘s talents. This past season though saw a regression in his play, leading to a few stints back at Las Vegas. “I definitely took a step back and re-evaluated a little bit,” Conforto said. “It was a combination of things. There […]

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Getting to Know the Mets 2017 Minor League Coaching Staffs

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Getting to Know the Mets 2017 Minor League Coaching Staffs

You’d be hard-pressed to find a hardcore Mets fan who doesn’t know about Terry Collins, Kevin Long, and Dan Warthen. The manager and coaches are vital parts of a team’s success. However, there are also managers and coaches in the Mets minor league affiliated teams that many hardcore fans may not even know much about […]

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How Was Asdrubal Cabrera Defensively In 2016?

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How Was Asdrubal Cabrera Defensively In 2016?

Asdrubal Cabrera had a terrific year at shortstop for the Mets in 2016 even if he did not have a good year defensively. Now, there are many things you can point to otherwise to say he did. His .986 fielding percentage was the fourth best in the major leagues last season. Certainly, he passed the […]

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Three Mets Prospects Make Baseball America’s Top 100

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Three Mets Prospects Make Baseball America’s Top 100

Baseball America released their Top 100 MLB Prospects late Friday night which included three players from the New York Mets farm system. The highest ranking Mets prospect on the list was shortstop Amed Rosario at #8. Rosario has been previously ranked #3 by Keith Law and #5 by MLB Pipeline earlier this offseason. Rosario, 21, is the Mets […]

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Six Prospects That Could Make Major League Debut In 2017

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Six Prospects That Could Make Major League Debut In 2017

The New York Mets had a number of prospects that made their Major League debut during the 2016 season to varying degrees of success. Prior to the start of the 2016 season if I had told you that Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo would play a key role in the Mets returning to the playoffs […]

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SNY Announces Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

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SNY Announces Spring Training Broadcast Schedule

Mets fans it’s that time of year again. There may be snow on the ground but baseball season is right around the corner. Pitchers and catchers report in two days, with exhibition games starting two weeks later. Mets fans will get to hear the beloved Gary Cohen’s voice early this year. Via a tweet from MLB.com’s […]

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Mets Trade RHP Gabriel Ynoa to Orioles For Cash

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Mets Trade RHP Gabriel Ynoa to Orioles For Cash

The New York Mets have traded right-handed pitcher Gabriel Ynoa to the Baltimore Orioles for cash considerations. The move creates the 40-man spot needed for recently re-signed Fernando Salas when his deal becomes official. Ynoa, 23, made his Major League debut in 2016 with the Mets in a relief appearance. He would go on to […]

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Why the Mets Should Sign Kelly Johnson

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Why the Mets Should Sign Kelly Johnson

In 2015 with the season hanging on by a thread, the Mets went out and made a couple of moves. The most notable of course was Yoenis Cespedes, however the first of those deals was to bring in utility man Kelly Johnson. Johnson was a good pickup for the Mets as he got some big […]

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Josh Smoker Had a Long Road to the Majors

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Josh Smoker Had a Long Road to the Majors

The Mets’ excitable left-handed reliever, Josh Smoker, had traveled quite the path before making his Major League debut on August 19th, 2016 in San Francisco against the Giants. A first-round pick of the Washington Nationals back in 2007, Smoker struggled with shoulder issues over the years before finally finding his health and making it to […]

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