Finding The Silver Lining In The Mets’ Second Half

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Finding The Silver Lining In The Mets’ Second Half

A lot can be said about the culture of a franchise and what it can do to both the confidence of the players and the fan base.  The best example unfortunately comes from the Bronx where we find the Yankees who are almost synonymous with winning.  In Queens though, things never seem to go as […]

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Jason Bay’s Grand Slam – The Shot Heard ‘Round SNY

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Jason Bay’s Grand Slam – The Shot Heard ‘Round SNY

It was great to see the Mets complete the sweep of the Miami Marlins after their 5-1 victory on Saturday, but what was with that over-the-top, public display of affection for Jason Bay on SNY afterward? Did any of you happen to catch that or are you among those that change the channel immediately after the last […]

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Mets Recall RHP Collin McHugh For Today’s Start Against St. Louis

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Mets Recall RHP Collin McHugh For Today’s Start Against St. Louis

Prior to today’s game, the Mets will recall RHP Collin McHugh from Buffalo (AAA) of the International League…McHugh will wear #36 and make his second major league start today. McHugh made his major league debut on August 23 vs. Colorado tossing 7.0 shutout innings in a no-decision. He allowed only two hits while fanning nine to become only the fifth pitcher […]

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Daniel Murphy: Deceptively Good At Second Base

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Daniel Murphy: Deceptively Good At Second Base

When I first started to write this piece about a week ago, it was going to be about why Daniel Murphy is not the answer at second base for the Mets. I questioned why some Mets fans are obsessed with this player that was, to me at least, a fringe major leaguer at best. I […]

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Mejia Roughed Up In Bisons 6-0 Loss

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Mejia Roughed Up In Bisons 6-0 Loss

Jenrry Mejia had a rough outing last night against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs, leading to a Bisons 6-0 loss. Mejia, making his final Triple-A start of the season, was looking to bounce back off a rough start on August 27, when he gave up five runs in six innings against Rochester. Well, he didn’t bounce […]

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Happy Labor Day From MMO!

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Happy Labor Day From MMO!

As we close out this Labor Day Weekend with friends and family, I just wanted to say a few things… First and foremost, I want to say thank you to all of our brave servicemen and servicewomen who are still defending freedom here at home and overseas in every corner throughout the world. Thank you […]

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Mets Complete Sweep Of Marlins After Slam Dunk 5-1 Victory

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Mets Complete Sweep Of Marlins After Slam Dunk 5-1 Victory

Is this the return of those seemingly miracle Mets we saw in the first three months of 2012? Now posting W’s in six of their last seven contests, the Amazins’ sit just half a dozen games under the .500 mark. Before Chris Young even entered today’s ballgame, he was handed a five run lead thanks […]

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MMO Flashback: Jerry Koosman – A Big Game Pitcher You Could Always Count On

An article by posted on September 2, 2012 0 Comments
MMO Flashback: Jerry Koosman – A Big Game Pitcher You Could Always Count On

Throughout our history, we’ve had our fair share of great pitchers. The names Seaver, Gooden and Santana quickly come to mind. However, if there was one game that your life depended on, if you needed a big win, Jerry Koosman should be listed first. The best lefty in team history, Koosman was always capable of […]

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MMO Exclusive Interview With Brandon Nimmo

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MMO Exclusive Interview With Brandon Nimmo

In case you missed it on Friday, enjoy this exclusive interview with Brandon Nimmo… Our Minor League Editor Pete Shapiro, hooked up with Kevin Kernan of the New York Post and together they had a great interview with Mets 2011 first rounder Brandon Nimmo on Wednesday at the Hudson Valley before the Cyclones game. If […]

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Cedeno Bats Leadoff, Young On The Hill, Mets Looking For Sweep Of Marlins

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Cedeno Bats Leadoff, Young On The Hill, Mets Looking For Sweep Of Marlins

New York Mets vs Miami Marlins Sunday, September 2 – 1:10 PM at Marlins Park RHP Chris Young vs LHP Mark Buehrle Today’s Quote “We’ve got 29 games left. That’s basically ten three-game series. You go 2-1 and 2-1 and 2-1 and at the end of it you would be satisfied.” ~ Terry Collins Starting […]

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Yesterday Was Kind Of A Bad Day… And Then This Happened!

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Yesterday Was Kind Of A Bad Day… And Then This Happened!

Saturday was one of those days for me when very little if anything went right, you know what I mean? Things were looking a little better when I discovered  a new trendy restaurant and ordered this amazing dinner of Korean braised short ribs topped with caramelized onions and served with chipotle mashed potatoes and honey […]

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