Mets Might Carry Three Lefty Relievers

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Mets Might Carry Three Lefty Relievers

According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the New York Mets could carry three left-handed relievers on their Opening Day 25-man roster. The one lefty that is a lock for the bullpen is veteran Jerry Blevins, whom the Mets re-signed to a one-year deal with an option earlier this offseason. Josh Smoker burst […]

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Spring Recap: Wheeler Hits 97 MPH in Mets 3-1 Loss

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Spring Recap: Wheeler Hits 97 MPH in Mets 3-1 Loss

The New York Mets traveled to West Palm Beach to take on the Nationals at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches, where they were defeated by the score of 3-1. Pitching Zack Wheeler made his second start of the spring. His velocity on his fastball sat around 94-95 MPH, and hit 96 and 97 at […]

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Brandon Nimmo Could Return From Hamstring Injury on Saturday

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Brandon Nimmo Could Return From Hamstring Injury on Saturday

According to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com, New York Mets outfielder Brandon Nimmo could return to Grapefruit League play as soon as Saturday. Nimmo suffered a right hamstring pull while playing for Italy in the WBC, but has recovered quicker than initially expected. Nimmo tested out the hamstring on Wednesday by hitting and running and felt […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 1:05 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Nationals, 1:05 PM

Zack Wheeler will make his second start of Grapefruit League play this afternoon as the New York Mets travel to the The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches to play the Washington Nationals. He will be opposed by Nationals left-hander Gio Gonzalez . The game starts at 1:05 PM and will not be televised nor on WOR. […]

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David Wright Hitting, Running, Fielding, But Not Throwing

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David Wright Hitting, Running, Fielding, But Not Throwing

New York Met third baseman David Wright is currently hitting, running and fielding according to Matt Ehalt from The Record. However, Wright is still not throwing yet as he still needs to build up the strength in his right shoulder before doing so. The Mets want Wright to be comfortable with his shoulder program before […]

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Tebow Saves The Best for Last

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Tebow Saves The Best for Last

Over the past few weeks, Tim Tebow has been among the most talked-about players in baseball. Even now, you the reader just clicked on another Tebow article for a variety of reasons. Maybe it was to learn more about him, perhaps it was to trash-talk the coverage of him in the comments, or feasibly it […]

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Seven Most Undervalued Mets in Fantasy Baseball Rankings

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Seven Most Undervalued Mets in Fantasy Baseball Rankings

It’s almost time for fantasy baseball season. And unlike years past, there are actually some Mets worth drafting this year. You should never be that Mets homer in fantasy– the kind of guy who drafts Brad Emaus as his starting second baseman or Frank Francisco as his closer. But there’s a bit of a double-fanhood […]

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Morning Briefing: Wheeler’s Road Back Continues, Nimmo Gets Good News, Tebow’s Big Day

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Morning Briefing: Wheeler’s Road Back Continues, Nimmo Gets Good News, Tebow’s Big Day

Good Morning Mets Fans. Zack Wheeler‘s road back to the show continues today as the Mets take on Gio Gonzalez and the Washington Nationals. Wheeler will look to build on a successful first Grapefruit League start in the 1:10 PM ET game. Today’s game will not be broadcasted on TV or radio, unfortunately. LATEST METS […]

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Thoughts On Matt Harvey’s Velocity Concerns

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Thoughts On Matt Harvey’s Velocity Concerns

After what could only be described as an uneven performance, comments by right-hander Matt Harvey as well as pitching coach Dan Warthen had social media ablaze with consternation, strife and untold drama. On Wednesday afternoon, Harvey allowed two earned  runs in 3 1/3 innings against the Marlins, tossing 67 pitches and reportedly living in the 92-93 […]

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Spring Training Recap: Harvey Struggles In 6-2 Loss To Marlins

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Spring Training Recap: Harvey Struggles In 6-2 Loss To Marlins

The Mets fell back to .500 in spring training play this afternoon in Jupiter, Florida today, losing to the Marlins by a score of 6-2. Pitching Matt Harvey took the mound for the Mets in his third spring start, after a promising outing last week. This afternoon didn’t go as well for the righty, who […]

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