Tag: Jose Reyes

Mets Blast Their Way to Sweep of Reds in 6-3 Win

An article by posted on 07/09/2016 0 Comments
Mets Blast Their Way to Sweep of Reds in 6-3 Win

The New York Mets (74-66) defeated the Cincinnati Reds (57-81) by a score of 6-3 Wednesday afternoon at Great American Ballpark. This puts the Amazins only half a game behind the Cardinals for the second wild card spot for now. Offense: Jose Reyes started the game off with a bang, cracking a home run on the […]

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Bullpen Comes Up Big in 4th Consecutive Win for Amazins

An article by posted on 07/09/2016 0 Comments
Bullpen Comes Up Big in 4th Consecutive Win for Amazins

It took seven Mets pitchers to contain the Reds on Monday night, and again manager Terry Collins is making all the right moves in a come from behind 5-3 victory on the road. The Mets got their 13th straight win over Cincinnati, keeping pace with the Cardinals who overcame the Pirates with four two out runs […]

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Talkin’ Mets: Reyes Making A Difference, Wild Card Muck

An article by posted on 04/09/2016 0 Comments
Talkin’ Mets: Reyes Making A Difference, Wild Card Muck

Today I have an early show before the Mets-Nats game on ESPN I talk about the “Wild Card Muck” and how now the Mets must make this a race with St. Louis if they are to have a realistic shot at being the second Wild Card. They can no longer fall behind Pittsburgh and Miami […]

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Cabrera and Reyes are Killing it at the Top of the Order

An article by posted on 31/08/2016 0 Comments
Cabrera and Reyes are Killing it at the Top of the Order

The New York Mets have found their 1-2 punch at the top of the order. Jose Reyes and Asdrubal Cabrera have been terrific when batting atop the Mets lineup. When Reyes and Cabrera bat 1-2, the Mets are 7-2 and score 6.2 runs per game.  In those games, Reyes and Cabrera are batting .466. Cabrera […]

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Montero Shuts Out Marlins For Five, Cespedes Keeps Mets Playoff Fever Alive

An article by posted on 30/08/2016 0 Comments
Montero Shuts Out Marlins For Five, Cespedes Keeps Mets Playoff Fever Alive

Yoenis Cespedes set Citi Field on fire with a walk off homerun in the bottom of the 10th to bring the New York Mets even with the slumping Miami Marlins in the Wild Card standings, just 2.5 games behind the front-running St. Louis Cardinals. Returning to the line-up after missing Sunday’s painful loss, Cespedes and […]

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The Thrill of Victory

An article by posted on 30/08/2016 0 Comments
The Thrill of Victory

At this point of the season every game feels like a must-win. Especially for a team who finds themselves trailing in a playoff race. The current series against the Marlins is a big one for the Metropolitans and boy did they start it off on the right foot. The Mets gambled Monday night, skipping Jacob […]

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MMO Players Of The Week: The Veteran and The Rook

An article by posted on 29/08/2016 0 Comments
MMO Players Of The Week: The Veteran and The Rook

The 2016 season for the New York Mets can be described as an insanely long and arduous roller coaster ride. Boarding the ride is the beginning of the season, giddy and excited for it to start and see where it takes you. Then you slowly make the climb up the old wooden planks, creeping higher […]

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Young Arms and Healthy Bats Revive Mets Wild Card Hunt

An article by posted on 24/08/2016 0 Comments
Young Arms and Healthy Bats Revive Mets Wild Card Hunt

Another dubious decision by manager Terry Collins could have caused damaging results, but the Mets were saved by a couple of pitching prospects who performed gracefully under pressure. In a must win series opener against the Cardinals, starter Jon Niese lasted a third of an inning as his faulty knee failed him, retiring only one […]

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Jose Reyes Offers Value This Year… And Next

An article by posted on 24/08/2016 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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Jose Reyes Has Been Electric In Return From DL

An article by posted on 18/08/2016 0 Comments
Jose Reyes Has Been Electric In Return From DL

Since his return from the disabled list, Jose Reyes has been a positive for the Mets in the leadoff spot. Displacing Curtis Granderson, Reyes has given them more of a true catalyst in a lineup that desperately needed one. Reyes returned on August 13 and since doing so has hit to a .286/.375/.381 slash line. During […]

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