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Mets Matters: What Should Eric Young’s Role Be This Season?

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Mets Matters: What Should Eric Young’s Role Be This Season?

(Updated 2/12) Eric Young Jr. arrived for his first day at the Mets’ complex this spring wearing a new workout shirt, writes Kristie Ackert of the Daily News. In appropriate blue and orange, it had “Speed Swag” emblazoned across his chest. Young spoke to reporters and in a short statement made clear that he doesn’t care where […]

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2014 Mets Top Prospects: No. 1 Noah Syndergaard, RHP

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2014 Mets Top Prospects: No. 1 Noah Syndergaard, RHP

1. Noah Syndergaard Height: 6’6” Weight: 240 lbs. Age: 21 Bats/Throws: Right/Right Noah Syndergaard has topped every 2014 Mets prospect list I’ve seen and mine is no different. At the time, Travis d’Arnaud was the main piece that convinced the Mets to deal R.A. Dickey to the Blue Jays and Syndergaard was just an added […]

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D’Arnaud Worked On His Swing, Expects Amazing Things

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D’Arnaud Worked On His Swing, Expects Amazing Things

Travis d’Arnaud is doing and saying all the right things this offseason and understands just how important it is for him to step up and deliver for the Mets this season. The young catcher has worked on improving his swing with the hope of producing some better offensive numbers in 2014. “I worked on just shortening […]

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Spring Training Battles: Will Consistency be Rewarded at First Base?

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Spring Training Battles: Will Consistency be Rewarded at First Base?

In an article written Monday for the New York Post, Ken Davidoff asked 30 questions, one for each major league team as they head to spring training. Of the Mets, Davidoff asked the following. “Who is the starting first baseman, and does the loser of the Ike Davis/Lucas Duda competition stick around?” The answer to […]

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Mets Shorts: Kiner’s Korner, Casey at the Bat, Speed Swag

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Mets Shorts: Kiner’s Korner, Casey at the Bat, Speed Swag

Adam Rubin spoke to a Mets official who definitely left the impression the team will do something special to honor Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner, who contributed to Mets telecasts all the way until his death at age 91 last week. The source didn’t reveal any details as to if the Mets would wear a […]

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MMO Exclusive: Pitching Prospect John Mincone Excited For 2014

An article by posted on February 12, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Pitching Prospect John Mincone Excited For 2014

John Mincone, a native New Yorker, grew up on Long Island in a town called Dix Hills which is roughly 31 miles east of Citi Field. Mincone, played High School baseball in his hometown at Half Hallow Hills East and when it came time for college, he decided to go out of state, but after […]

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Reliever Market Has Evaporated, But Mets Still Seek Veteran Arm

An article by posted on February 11, 2014 0 Comments
Reliever Market Has Evaporated, But Mets Still Seek Veteran Arm

February 11 Sandy Alderson said today, that while the free-agent market for relievers has evaporated, he would still prefer to bring in one more experienced relief pitcher to compete for a spot in the bullpen. While he didn’t say it would be on a major or minor league deal, the fact that Sandy said he […]

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Do $100 Million Dollar Players Guarantee Success?

An article by posted on February 11, 2014 0 Comments
Do $100 Million Dollar Players Guarantee Success?

As Mets fans who have had to deal with the angst of the past few years, it wasn’t enough that the clubs play during the season was sub .500 for five straight years, we also have had to deal with the last three offseasons of no money to go out and buy the big ticket […]

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Spring Shots: Mets Baseball in Port St. Lucie

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Spring Shots: Mets Baseball in Port St. Lucie

Many Mets players are already in Port St. Lucie and the number keeps growing everyday. Pitchers and catchers don’t report until February 15 and the position players until February 20, but that hasn’t stop some Mets from trying to get a step ahead. Here are some of the sights from Tradition Field as posted by the […]

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Mets Spring Training TV/Radio Broadcast Schedule

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Mets Spring Training TV/Radio Broadcast Schedule

Here is the 2014 Spring Training Broadcast Schedule for the Mets as posted on the WOR website. Still no word on who the official broadcast team is other than Howie Rose will be back and Eddie Coleman will not. Jeff Wilpon would prefer a former player to pair with Howie which wouldn’t be the worst […]

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