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Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs. Washington Nationals

An article by posted on August 1, 2015 0 Comments
Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs. Washington Nationals

Stat Line:  7.2 IP, 1 R, 5 H, 9 SO, 0 BB Matt Harvey is resembling the Dark Knight of 2013.  Using both sides of the plate predominately with his fastball and slider, Harvey was perfect through five innings before Jose Lobaton singled up the middle. This article explains Harvey’s fastball dominance and an area […]

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Which Mets Ace Would Get The Ball In A One-Game Playoff?

An article by posted on July 29, 2015 0 Comments
Which Mets Ace Would Get The Ball In A One-Game Playoff?

The Mets have more than their fair share of terrific young pitching, and with Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, they would have pocket aces should they get a chance to play a series in October. But what if the Mets earn a Wild Card spot, and find themselves in a one-game playoff with a trip […]

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Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs. Washington Nationals

An article by posted on July 21, 2015 0 Comments
Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs. Washington Nationals

Stat Line:  7 IP, 5 R, 5 H, 3 SO, 4 BB “It was one of those games where I need to put up zeroes earlier in the game, and I wasn’t able to do that. But I think I’m pretty happy with the way that the last couple of innings went… Unfortunately, it was a […]

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Top 10 Met Moments From the First Half

An article by posted on July 17, 2015 0 Comments
Top 10 Met Moments From the First Half

As we prepare for the final 73 games of the New York Mets’ (regular) season, this seems like as good a time as any to take a quick look back at the club’s ten best moments of the first three months of 2015. Honorable Mention: Noah Syndergaard’s Debut (May 12) Though it may have been […]

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Mets Mid-Season Pitching Report Card

An article by posted on July 2, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Mid-Season Pitching Report Card

As we sit here on July 2nd  at 40-40, we see a New York Mets pitching staff that has rigorously outperformed their defensive and hitting production.  In this mid-season pitching report card, I give both a statistical and non-statistical review for each Mets starting pitcher through June 30. Listed below are the statistical categories that I use in this evaluation […]

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Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs Toronto Blue Jays

An article by posted on June 17, 2015 0 Comments
Breaking Down Matt Harvey vs Toronto Blue Jays

“F–k Yeah, Let’s Go!” Stat Line:  7 IP, 0 R, 4 H, 6 K, 0 BB After giving up eight homeruns in his last four outings, Matt Harvey got back on track against the hot hitting Blue Jays lineup.  Harvey’s displayed good command in his four pitch repertoire and nice two-seam movement on his fastball […]

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MMO Morning Grind: Finally, A Happy Harvey Day

An article by posted on June 17, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Morning Grind: Finally, A Happy Harvey Day

Matt Harvey pitched last night, and the Mets won. Don’t take it for granted. After winning their ace’s first five starts, the Mets had lost five of the last seven games in which Harvey took the mound, going into last night’s game. Of course, that’s not all Harvey’s fault— on May 18th, his season ERA […]

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Featured Post: Let’s Not Stop At Competitive, Let’s Build A Mets Dynasty

An article by posted on June 9, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Let’s Not Stop At Competitive, Let’s Build A Mets Dynasty

The most dominant pitchers in the game over the last eight to ten years are Clayton Kershaw, Justin Verlander, Felix Hernandez, David Price and Max Scherzer. Not one of them has a ring. The winningest manager ever, Connie Mack, believed pitching accounts for “75 to 90%” of Baseball. This is generally accepted as gospel. But […]

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No Time Like The Present To Honor Our Past

An article by posted on May 23, 2015 0 Comments
No Time Like The Present To Honor Our Past

Ready? Set? Go!!! Quick. Name FIVE San Diego Padres to have their number retired. A few weeks back I needed to get recharged and drove one hour north of Las Vegas to Valley of Fire State Park. One of the many things to see amongst the 42,000 acres of red sandstone formations, shifting sand dunes […]

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If It Happens, Mets Seem Well Equipped To Usher In The DH

An article by posted on May 9, 2015 0 Comments
If It Happens, Mets Seem Well Equipped To Usher In The DH

Designated Hitter. The concept invokes a variety of opinions, however, the majority of National League baseball fans view it unfavorably. There’s great arguments on both sides, it would benefit the game in many ways and certainly add more excitement. However, it would also mark the end of a tradition that has held strong for decades, […]

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