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MMO Game Thread : Mets vs Cardinals, 8:15 PM

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MMO Game Thread : Mets vs Cardinals, 8:15 PM

After a four-day break, the New York Mets resume play on Friday against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium. Noah Syndergaard (4-4, 3.11) opposes right-hander Lance Lynn (6-5, 2.90) in the 8:15 PM series opener. The Mets have won four games in a row and are 7-2 in their last nine games. New York […]

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Featured Post: Alderson’s Conundrum vs Fans’ Expectations

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Featured Post: Alderson’s Conundrum vs Fans’ Expectations

With the trade deadline fast approaching let’s talk about our options. Let’s talk about our needs. Let’s talk about availability. Let’s get all of these things out of the way so we can better understand what Sandy Alderson and the Mets are up against. I’m pretty certain that everyone knows what the main problem is […]

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Acquiring Outfielder Very Much In Play For Mets

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Acquiring Outfielder Very Much In Play For Mets

A team source tells Newsday’s Marc Carig that an outfielder is still very much in play for the Mets as they look to make an addition before the July 31 trade deadline. This disputes an earlier report by Adam Rubin, who reported the Mets would not add an outfielder and their scope was limited to […]

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Dilson Herrera Progressing In Triple-A

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Dilson Herrera Progressing In Triple-A

Second baseman Dilson Herrera has been playing well for Triple-A Las Vegas, batting .306 with a .378 on-base percentage over his last ten games with one home run, two stolen bases and six runs scored. Herrera, 21,  has been in Triple-A since the start of June, when Daniel Murphy made his return from the DL. Until […]

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Smoltz Says Mets Rotation Is Better Than 90′s Braves Staff

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Smoltz Says Mets Rotation Is Better Than 90′s Braves Staff

In an interview with Daniel Popper of the NY Daily News, John Smoltz says the Mets rotation is “way better” than the Braves starters during the 90′s. “They’re way better,” Smoltz told Popper. “They’ve got more talent than we could ever have.” Smoltz was a member of the Braves excellent rotation during the 90′s, which […]

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Is Aramis Ramirez Coming To The Mets?

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Is Aramis Ramirez Coming To The Mets?

Are the Mets going to trade for Milwaukee Brewers third baseman Aramis Ramirez? That’s what ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick said when he was asked to predict one deal he believed would go down at the trade deadline. Crasnick believes the Mets have the pitching prospects to get a deal done and enough resources to take on […]

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Minor League Roster Moves: Castellanos Headed To Japan, Lutz Back

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Minor League Roster Moves: Castellanos Headed To Japan, Lutz Back

  The Mets have brought back Zach Lutz to the organization after releasing him last June to allow him to sign with Tohoku Rakuten Golden Eagles of the Japanese Pacific League. He has been added to the Las Vegas 51′s roster to take the place of OF/IF Alex Castellanos who is headed to play in […]

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Featured Post: Resilient Mets Are Poised For A Second Half Run

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Featured Post: Resilient Mets Are Poised For A Second Half Run

The All Star Break, baseball’s hallway point of a long 162 game season, is finally upon us and for the first time since 2010 the Mets remain in the hunt for October baseball as they go into a much needed four day rest. A season that was destined with so much promise and hope has […]

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Mets Enjoying Significant Attendance and Revenue Increases

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Mets Enjoying Significant Attendance and Revenue Increases

Matt Ehalt of The Record reports that the Mets say they have the six largest attendance increase in major league baseball at 7.72 percent overall, with weekend games up 16.38 percent as well. The Mets are averaging 29,284 fans per game at Citi Field, up from 26,860 fans per game in 2014. As I reported last […]

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Have The Mets Been A Victim Of Bad Luck?

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Have The Mets Been A Victim Of Bad Luck?

Brian Costa of the Wall Street Journal argues that injuries aren’t an excuse for the team’s performance this season. While the Mets have suffered an immense amount of injuries to key players, Costa explains that it doesn’t all come down to misfortune or bad luck. “The notion is as convenient as it is misleading. The […]

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