Tag: 2014

Mejia Continues To Struggle, Should He Be Shut Down?

An article by posted on August 19, 2014 0 Comments
Mejia Continues To Struggle, Should He Be Shut Down?

On August 11th it was reported that closer Jenrry Mejia had been laboring through a sports hernia that would require surgery in the off-season. At that moment questions started to swirl about why the 24-year old closer would pitch through the injury. After all, the Mets playoff hopes have stalled and while they seem destined […]

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Terry Collins Unhappy With Matt Harvey’s Most Recent Session

An article by posted on August 14, 2014 0 Comments
Terry Collins Unhappy With Matt Harvey’s Most Recent Session

August 14th (Harris Decker) According to ESPN’s Danny Knobler, Terry Collins and the Mets are trying desperately to slow down Matt Harvey‘s recovery from Tommy John Surgery. Yesterday, the Mets manager tried to get in touch with the recovering ace to discuss a reworked schedule only to find out that he was on the radio […]

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Collins Likely To Return As Mets Manager In 2015

An article by posted on August 13, 2014 0 Comments
Collins Likely To Return As Mets Manager In 2015

Terry Collins will return to manage the Mets in 2015 as long as the team don’t completely fall apart before the end of the season, a source familiar with the situation told Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Ken Rosenthal of FOX Sports adds that if the Mets go into the 2015 season with a manager on the […]

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Showcase Showdown: Mets Poised To Find Out Who Stays and Who Goes

An article by posted on August 9, 2014 0 Comments
Showcase Showdown: Mets Poised To Find Out Who Stays and Who Goes

It’s odd to think about the months of November, December and January right now. After all, it’s still hitting 90 degrees on almost a daily basis and there’s still almost two months of baseball left to play. Football hasn’t started and no teams have clinched playoff berths yet. Still, the Mets are poised to help […]

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Collins Will Start Giving More Playing Time To Younger Players

An article by posted on August 8, 2014 0 Comments
Collins Will Start Giving More Playing Time To Younger Players

This is getting creepy now… I feel like I’m being stalked… Terry Collins spoke to Sandy Alderson this afternoon and effective immediately, the Mets manager will be playing the younger players more. A lot more… Collins told reporters that Kirk Nieuwenhuis and Wilmer Flores specifically, will begin seeing more playing time and each of them […]

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Collins: All Of A Sudden, Wheeler Is A Different Animal Out There

An article by posted on August 6, 2014 0 Comments
Collins: All Of A Sudden, Wheeler Is A Different Animal Out There

Last night during our game thread, I was taken aback when a reader commented during the second inning that the problem with Zack Wheeler was that he’s a thrower and not a pitcher. I jumped right in and said nothing could be more further from the truth and that Wheeler was mature beyond his years as […]

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Featured Post: Jacob deGrom Is The One You Keep

An article by posted on August 3, 2014 0 Comments
Featured Post: Jacob deGrom Is The One You Keep

Incredible, amazing, spectacular… Those are the kind of words that get tossed around whenever Met fans talk about Jacob deGrom. The young and exciting righthander continues to build a case to be this year’s NL Rookie of the Year. DeGrom was unstoppable on Saturday night as he twirled 6.2 no-hit innings against the San Francisco […]

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Mets Minors Report: Montero and Bowman Toss Gems, Lawley Blasts 19th Homer

An article by posted on August 1, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Minors Report: Montero and Bowman Toss Gems, Lawley Blasts 19th Homer

Last Night’s Quick Scores Las Vegas 2, El Paso 0 Binghamton 9, Bowie 4 St. Lucie 4, Dunedin 3 Hickory 10, Savannah 1 Auburn 14, Brooklyn 3 Kingsport vs Elizabethton postponed due to rain. Prospect Pipeline Rafael Montero pitched a gem, holding El Paso scoreless for a season high 6.2 innings, allowing just three hits, two […]

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Lucas Duda: The Mets Most Pleasant Surprise in 2014

An article by posted on July 22, 2014 0 Comments
Lucas Duda:  The Mets Most Pleasant Surprise in 2014

Nobody wanted Ike Davis patrolling the first base bag at Citi Field this year more than me. In several posts over the off-season I outlined my arguments why I believed that if the Mets chose to go within the organization at first base it made baseball sense that Davis was their man. Recent history with […]

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Mets Haven’t Had Any Significant Trade Talks

An article by posted on July 21, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Haven’t Had Any Significant Trade Talks

Sandy Alderson shed some more light on the trade front before Friday night’s game in San Diego, telling beat writers that he has yet to have any significant talks with other GMs . “It’s hard to say exactly what will happen on the trade market,” the Mets GM said. “Honestly, I haven’t had a lot of […]

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