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Collins Wants Harvey To Be Like He Was

An article by posted on June 12, 2015 0 Comments
Collins Wants Harvey To Be Like He Was

Matt Harvey and pitching coach Dan Warthen spent Thursday watching film and working together trying to find the root of the problem plaguing the Mets right-hander over his last four starts. Warthen told Kevin Kernan of the New York Post that progress was made and two of them identified the problem. “Harvey was landing too […]

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Syndergaard Struggles Against Giants, Says Bad Luck Was a Factor

An article by posted on June 10, 2015 0 Comments
Syndergaard Struggles Against Giants, Says Bad Luck Was a Factor

Last night’s outing was a frustrating one for Mets’ phenom Noah Syndergaard. While he appeared to have outstanding stuff, the Giants were able to scratch out four runs and ten hits against him. After the game, Syndergaard told reporters that bad luck was responsible for his disappointing outing. “I felt I had some of the […]

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MMO Game Recap: Heston and the Giants No-Hit Mets 5-0

An article by posted on June 9, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Heston and the Giants No-Hit Mets 5-0

The Mets (31-28) were no-hit by Chris Heston and the Giants (33-26) and lost by a score of 5-0 Tuesday night. Offense: Um… Well some guys didn’t strike out, so that’s good. The Mets were shut out for the fifth time this season (all at home). New York has been held scoreless in five of […]

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Tulowitzki Leaves Game With Quad Strain, Rockies GM Blasts Trade Talk Rumors

An article by posted on May 16, 2015 0 Comments
Tulowitzki Leaves Game With Quad Strain, Rockies GM Blasts Trade Talk Rumors

A person who knows Troy Tulowitzki told Jon Heyman of CBS Sports that Tulo would prefer to be traded to the Dodgers, Giants, Angels, or Yankees. However, he would be okay with going to the Mets, Red Sox, or Cardinals. Heyman writes that the Rockies tried hard this winter to engage the Mets, and at […]

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Getting to Know Johnny Monell

An article by posted on May 15, 2015 0 Comments
Getting to Know Johnny Monell

When the Mets return home to Citi Field on Friday after their worst series of the season we will see a new face behind the dish. On May 4th the Mets called up Catcher Johnny Monell from Triple A Las Vegas and he has already made his presence known as a left handed bat off […]

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Will Great Expectations Lead to Great Disappointment?

An article by posted on March 5, 2015 0 Comments
Will Great Expectations Lead to Great Disappointment?

Tug McGraw fanned pinch-hitter Billy Conigliaro to cement the 2-0 victory. Afterwards, the Mets bound a plane for the west coast. The date was October 18, 1973. All they needed to do was split the next two in Oakland and the World Series was ours. It was not meant to be. In the 9th inning […]

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That’s The Signpost Up Ahead, Your Next Stop, The Manfred Zone

An article by posted on February 8, 2015 0 Comments
That’s The Signpost Up Ahead, Your Next Stop, The Manfred Zone

The date is Tuesday, October 6, 2015 and we made it. Finally. After 8 draining tedious seasons, the Mets have returned to the post-season. 90 wins netted us the second wildcard spot. In order to face St. Louis in the LDS and avenge 2006 all we must do is win a one-game wild card elimination. […]

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Much Ado About Three-Homer Games At Home

An article by posted on January 2, 2015 24 Comments
Much Ado About Three-Homer Games At Home

“You know, Keith, no Met has ever hit three home runs in a game at home.” If you’ve watched as many Mets games as I have over the years, then you’ve undoubtedly heard Gary Cohen make this statement whenever a Met has come up to the plate after hitting two home runs in a home […]

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Must See TV: Bud Bewildered By Wilde Moment

An article by posted on October 30, 2014 0 Comments
Must See TV: Bud Bewildered By Wilde Moment

You know that nauseating feeling you get whenever commissioner Bud Selig appears on your TV and his lips start moving? Watching Selig’s reaction during the World Series MVP presentation to Madison Bumgarner last night, was priceless. In some small measure it felt like fate was exacting some revenge on my behalf. In what may have […]

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Mets Are A Bandbox Team Playing In A Pitcher’s Park

An article by posted on October 29, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Are A Bandbox Team Playing In A Pitcher’s Park

An adaptation is a trait that plays a role in the survival of a given organism. Animals adapt to their surroundings by means of natural selection because those who are not well adapted to their environments die off — like a penguin in the Sahara. Humans adapt as well … my wife tells me I […]

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Royals and Giants Embrace Their Big Ballparks

An article by posted on October 27, 2014 0 Comments
Royals and Giants Embrace Their Big Ballparks

Joel Sherman of the New York Post says the Mets could learn a lot by watching how this season’s World Series combatants constructed their teams to excel and win within their spacious ballparks. Both the Giants and Royals play in parks that are not conducive to hitting home runs. The teams competing in the World […]

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