Tag: Marc Carig

Update: Lucas Duda Received Injection In Each Hip For Soreness

An article by posted on February 25, 2017 0 Comments
Update: Lucas Duda Received Injection In Each Hip For Soreness

Mets manager Terry Collins spoke to reporters after this afternoon’s 8-6 loss to the Nationals and said that first baseman Lucas Duda did not receive an injection in his back as reported earlier today. Duda actually received a cortisone injection in each hip after reporting to the team that he had soreness both in his […]

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Jeurys Familia Leaves Camp For Personal Matter

An article by posted on February 17, 2017 0 Comments
Jeurys Familia Leaves Camp For Personal Matter

Jeurys Familia left camp in Port St. Lucie today before workouts because of a personal matter according to Mike Puma of the New York Post. Familia is expected back in camp on Saturday according to Terry Collins. The New York Mets closer already arrived to camp late because of visa issues. Uncertainty still surrounds Familia […]

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Mets Haven’t Ruled Out Trade For David Robertson

An article by posted on December 8, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Haven’t Ruled Out Trade For David Robertson

As the Chicago White Sox presumably continue their fire sale, the Mets could have some interest in closer David Robertson according to Marc Carig of Newsday. While it seems unlikely given the Mets current payroll, a source told Carig that the Mets have not ruled out exploring a trade for Robertson. Robertson, 31, is coming […]

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Alderson: Mets Unlikely To Pursue Top Tier Bullpen Arm

An article by posted on November 7, 2016 0 Comments
Alderson: Mets Unlikely To Pursue Top Tier Bullpen Arm

According to Mets GM Sandy Alderson, the team is unlikely to pursue a higher-tier bullpen arm, reports Mike Puma on Twitter. However, Alderson acknowledged that the team needs bullpen help, but mentioned in-house options such as Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo, Marc Carig tweets. With Jeurys Familia‘s arrest for domestic violence, the Mets closer could […]

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Duda Was Scratched Due To Soreness

An article by posted on September 28, 2016 0 Comments
Duda Was Scratched Due To Soreness

First baseman Lucas Duda was a late scratch from Wednesday’s lineup due to soreness, according to a report by Marc Carig of Newsday. He was replaced at first base by James Loney. Duda, 30, missed four months of the season with a stress fracture in his back and has been eased back slowly since rejoining the team. He […]

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Noah Syndergaard Scratched From Saturday’s Start

An article by posted on September 23, 2016 0 Comments
Noah Syndergaard Scratched From Saturday’s Start

According to Marc Carig, Noah Syndergaard will be scratched from tomorrow’s start due to strep throat. Sean Gilmartin will be starting in his place. While this doesn’t have the same impact as Steven Matz being done for the year, Syndergaard having to miss a start is a blow to the Mets chances of claiming one […]

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Mets Have Been Helped By Unlikely Heroes

An article by posted on September 16, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Have Been Helped By Unlikely Heroes

In the face of adversity, you can either succumb to it, or you can get stronger from it. With the string of injuries the Mets have dealt with on a consistent basis this year, low risk and low cost moves have proved to be critical in the Mets current standings in the wild card. Marc […]

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Wilmer Flores Will Be There for You (Watch New Video!)

An article by posted on September 7, 2016 0 Comments
Wilmer Flores Will Be There for You (Watch New Video!)

“I’ll be there for you, when the rain starts to fall.” We just had to update this post with a cool video passed along to us by one of our readers. Enjoy! This is awesome. #mets #friends pic.twitter.com/ik1RMU8l3s — New York Sports Guys (@NYSportsGuys5) September 7, 2016   Original Report – Aug 6 In case […]

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Mets Not Ruling Out A Run At Jon Niese

An article by posted on July 16, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Not Ruling Out A Run At Jon Niese

Last year, the Mets had released Kirk Nieuwenhuis after he had hit .079/.125/.132 with no homers and two RBI in 27 games. Nieuwenhuis would go to the Angels where he would be similarly ineffective causing them to release him. The Mets then jumped on the chance to bring him back due to injuries and the […]

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The Horrendously, Impossibly, Unclutch 2016 Mets

An article by posted on July 1, 2016 0 Comments
The Horrendously, Impossibly, Unclutch 2016 Mets

Marc Carig of Newsday tweeted the following yesterday: “In short: the Mets have been so horrendously unclutch that it’s hard to think they could sustain that level of crappiness.” Carig was referring of course to an article by Jeff Sullivan of Fangraphs detailing just how “unclutch” the Mets have been. Clutch, as calculated on Fangraphs, measures […]

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