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Heston Fires No-Hitter: Notes and Reactions

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Heston Fires No-Hitter: Notes and Reactions

Here are some notes and reactions from around the Mets and media on last night’s no-hitter by Chris Heston, and the questionable state of the Mets offense. Jared Diamond, Wall Street Journal Nonetheless, the Mets didn’t put up much of a fight. With two outs in the eighth inning, third baseman Eric Campbell hit a […]

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Bobby Parnell Back With The Mets

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Bobby Parnell Back With The Mets

The Mets announced that reliever Bobby Parnell will rejoin the Mets on Wednesday and then be activated from the DL within a few days. Parnell had a 30-day rehab clock in the minors that was set to expire, and because he has more than five years of service time in the majors,  he could have refused […]

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MMO Game Recap: Heston and the Giants No-Hit Mets 5-0

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MMO Game Recap: Heston and the Giants No-Hit Mets 5-0

The Mets (31-28) were no-hit by Chris Heston and the Giants (33-26) and lost by a score of 5-0 Tuesday night. Offense: Um… Well some guys didn’t strike out, so that’s good. The Mets were shut out for the fifth time this season (all at home). New York has been held scoreless in five of […]

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Draft Wrap: Mets Stock Up On Pitching, Grab Highly Regarded Max Wotell

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Draft Wrap: Mets Stock Up On Pitching, Grab Highly Regarded Max Wotell

Here’s a summary of the Mets draft through ten rounds. On Tuesday, the Mets stocked up on pitching, taking three right-handers and two southpaws including highly regarded Max Wotell. Round 2 (53) - OF Desmond Lindsay, Out of Door Academy, Florida Round 3 (88) - LHP Max Wotell, Marvin Ridge High School, North Carolina Round 4 (119) […]

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Doc Gooden On Mets Rotation: “With That Staff, Anything Can Happen”

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Doc Gooden On Mets Rotation: “With That Staff, Anything Can Happen”

Although this year’s MLB Draft was relatively quiet for the New York Mets without their first-round pick, Flushing was well-represented at the draft with Doc Gooden in attendance. Speaking at the draft in Secaucus, N.J. Monday night, Gooden said he was honored to have been asked to attend by the Mets. “It’s a great feeling […]

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

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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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Brandon Nimmo Could Be Packaged In Deal To Acquire A Bat

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Brandon Nimmo Could Be Packaged In Deal To Acquire A Bat

As Sandy Alderson’s scouting people relish in their enthusiasm over Monday night’s second round selection of high school first baseman Desmond Lindsay, here’s something interesting about the regime’s first ever draft pick. After talking with team officials, Andy Martino of the Daily News reports that some Mets people are already looking past Brandon Nimmo and […]

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Mets Face Roster Crunch This Week

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Mets Face Roster Crunch This Week

Bobby Parnell, Travis d’Arnaud, and Dilson Herrera are all set to return to the Mets this week, leaving management in a rather tough position. For all three to be activated, three roster spots need to be cleared. As it stands right now, Danny Muno, Erik Goeddel, Hansel Robles, and Kevin Plawecki are all candidates to […]

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D’Arnaud and Herrera Collect Hits, Both Expected Back Wednesday

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D’Arnaud and Herrera Collect Hits, Both Expected Back Wednesday

Catcher Travis d’Arnaud and second baseman Dilson Herrera both continued their rehab assignments at Triple-A Las Vegas on Monday evening. D’Arnaud batted third for Las Vegas and went 1-for-5 with a double and two strikeouts. He was also charged with a passed ball behind the plate. Herrera batted leadoff for Las Vegas and went 1-for-5 with a double […]

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Why The Mets Shouldn’t Trade For Ben Zobrist

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Why The Mets Shouldn’t Trade For Ben Zobrist

With the Mets looking to add more firepower to their lineup, could Ben Zobrist be the answer the team is looking for? Zobrist is a popular trade target among fans, but there is one major problem with this idea. He will be massively overpriced on the trade market. The Yankees, Nationals and Cubs are already […]

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