Tag: David Wright

Jose Reyes Offers Value This Year… And Next

An article by posted on August 24, 2016 0 Comments
Jose Reyes Offers Value This Year… And Next

When the Mets decided to bring shortstop Jose Reyes back into the fray, after he elected free agency and departed after the 2011 season, walking away the as batting champ, many were split on how much the 33-year-old had left in him. After all, Reyes had been routinely injured after he signed his six-year, $106 […]

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Are You Counting On Wright Returning In 2017?

An article by posted on August 13, 2016 0 Comments
Are You Counting On Wright Returning In 2017?

With the 2016 season entering the home stretch, the New York Mets are still in contention for a playoff spot. Not because of anything the offense is doing, but as Ken Davidoff of the New York Post put it, the rest of the NL is playing down to their level. Much has been made about […]

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Peter Alonso Breaks Finger, But Wait ‘Til Next Year

An article by posted on August 12, 2016 0 Comments
Peter Alonso Breaks Finger, But Wait ‘Til Next Year

Brooklyn Cyclones’ slugging first baseman Peter Alonso will miss the remainder of the 2016 season due to a broken right pinky finger. Alonso suffered the injury in Tuesday night’s home game, where in the third inning he was trying to avoid a tag at second base, and jammed his pinky while sliding into second safely […]

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Who Will the Next Mets Hall of Famer Be?

An article by posted on July 26, 2016 0 Comments
Who Will the Next Mets Hall of Famer Be?

When Mike Piazza was inducted into the Hall of Fame yesterday, he became the 14th ex-Met to gain enshrinement into Cooperstown– and only the second player to go in orange and blue. The Mets have seen an alumnus inducted in each of the last three seasons; first with Tom Glavine in 2014 and then with […]

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David Wright Welcomes Baby Girl

An article by posted on July 25, 2016 0 Comments
David Wright Welcomes Baby Girl

According to the New York Mets, David Wright and his wife Molly welcomed their first child, a daughter named Olivia Shea Wright on Saturday. She weighed in at eight pounds, 11 ounces. This is the first child for the Wrights, who were married in December of 2013. Wright, 33, last played with the Mets on […]

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Hey David, Can I Have Your Autograph?

An article by posted on July 18, 2016 0 Comments
Hey David, Can I Have Your Autograph?

Everyone has different memories of attending their first baseball game, whether it be as a young child with a parent, going with friends, family, etc. These are memories that we hold near and dear to us, and are special because of the people we went with, the game we watched, and just being in pure […]

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Do We Really Know Wilmer Flores?

An article by posted on July 8, 2016 0 Comments
Do We Really Know Wilmer Flores?

Reading through an old scouting report on Wilmer Flores that was written prior to his debut back in 2013, it becomes immediately apparent that his future value was rather transparent for a prospect.  Despite knowing his strengths and weaknesses, the Mets front office has spent the last four seasons shifting the always cooperative cult icon all over the diamond. The former […]

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Wright Speaks For First Time Since Surgery

An article by posted on July 2, 2016 0 Comments
Wright Speaks For First Time Since Surgery

Before Friday night’s victory against the N.L. best Chicago Cubs, David Wright made himself available to the media pre-game near the Mets’ clubhouse. This was the first time Wright has made public comments since his June 16 surgery to repair a disk rupture in his neck. A scruffier looking Wright spoke to the media for […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Signing Reyes Is More Than A PR Issue

An article by posted on June 24, 2016 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Signing Reyes Is More Than A PR Issue

MMO Fan Shot by Andy Love, Originally Published on Fair and Unbalanced In 2006, the Mets were one pitch away — albeit, a nasty, possibly unhittable Adam Wainwright curveball (that Carlos Beltran watched for strike three with the bases loaded, but I digress) – from making the World Series.  That team was led by two of the game’s […]

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Terry Collins Committed To Wilmer Flores At Third Base

An article by posted on June 21, 2016 0 Comments
Terry Collins Committed To Wilmer Flores At Third Base

With David Wright possibly shelved for the rest of this season after undergoing neck surgery, there has been talk of the New York Mets perhaps getting a third baseman. But as of now, manager Terry Collins said he will stick with Wilmer Flores, who has been the team’s best hitter over the last two weeks. Flores has […]

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Should Mets Deal For Brandon Drury?

An article by posted on June 20, 2016 0 Comments
Should Mets Deal For Brandon Drury?

The Arizona Diamondbacks optioned their rookie outfielder-infielder Brandon Drury to Triple-A Reno on Sunday afternoon to clear a spot for right-hander Shelby Miller who was activated from the disabled list.  The D’Backs wanted him to get more playing time in the minors rather than squander development time on the big-league bench, where Drury started just […]

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