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Mets and St. Lucie County Reach New Agreement for Tradition Field Complex

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Mets and St. Lucie County Reach New Agreement for Tradition Field Complex

The New York Mets and St. Lucie County have agreed to a new Facilities Use Agreement for Tradition Field. The agreement is for a term of 25 years and will include $55 million dollars in new improvements and renovations paid for by county issued bonds. The Mets’ rent calls for 50 percent of all stadium […]

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Does Anybody Want Matt Wieters?

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Does Anybody Want Matt Wieters?

Across Major League Baseball, Pitchers and Catchers are set to report to Spring Training in three weeks.  Surprisingly, Matt Wieters, a four time All-Star and two time Gold Glove winner, has yet to find a team to report to.  Worse yet, it does not seem as if there is a strong interest for his services […]

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So You Think You Know The Mets: Double Trouble

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So You Think You Know The Mets: Double Trouble

This week we are raising the stakes. Can you name the Top 15 Mets who are among the All Time Doubles Leaders? You have only 3 minutes to try and name as many as you can – and by name we mean first and last name. Think you have what it takes to earn a […]

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Half Dozen Teams Interested In Fernando Salas

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Half Dozen Teams Interested In Fernando Salas

According to Minnesota Twins beat writer Mike Berardino on Twitter, half a dozen teams are interested in the services of RHP Fernando Salas. Salas, 32 in May, was acquired by the Mets from the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in exchange for minor leaguer Erik Manoah this past August. In 17 games for the Mets, […]

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2017 Mets Top 30 Prospects: No. 15 T.J. Rivera, INF

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2017 Mets Top 30 Prospects: No. 15 T.J. Rivera, INF

#15 T.J. Rivera Ht: 6’1″ Wt: 205 Level: AAA & MLB B/T: R/R Age: 10/27/88 (28) Age Dif: 0.6 (AAA) & -1.2 (MLB) Acquired: Signed as undrafted amateur free agent in 2011 Last year: 37 2016 MiLB Statistics: 105 G, 442 PA, 405 AB, 67 R, 143 H, 31 2B, 3B, 11 HR, 85 RBI, .353/.393/.516 2016 MLB Statistics: 33 G, 113 PA, 105 AB, 10 R, 35 H, 4 […]

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Talkin’ Mets: Our Farm System Gets National Recognition

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Talkin’ Mets: Our Farm System Gets National Recognition

Keith Law of ESPN.com released his annual farm system report and the New York Mets shined with a No. 7 ranking. Despite the Michael Fulmer trade and the promotions of Conforto, Nimmo, Rivera, Gsellman and Lugo, there is still a ton of value in the system. MMO and MMN executive editor Michael Mayer joins me to talk about […]

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Former General Managers Discuss Mets’ Jay Bruce Situation

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Former General Managers Discuss Mets’ Jay Bruce Situation

John Harper of the New York Daily News recently spoke to a few former General Managers about the Mets current situation involving Jay Bruce. He spoke to former Dodgers’ and Giants GM Ned Colletti, former Rockies GM Dan O’Dowd, and former Mets GM Steve Phillips. Ned Colletti was certainly a good person to talk to […]

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Mets Look to Trust Righty Relievers in Pen

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Mets Look to Trust Righty Relievers in Pen

The New York Mets have one glaring hole on their roster with just about three weeks left til pitchers and catchers report for spring training. The bullpen continues to be the target of much talk surrounding this team as they have yet to sign or trade for any notable major league reliever. Names continue to […]

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Jose Reyes Ready For Anything In 2017

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Jose Reyes Ready For Anything In 2017

Jose Reyes lit a fire under the Mets last season when he joined the team and produced more than enough to be brought back for 2017. He can play second base, third base, and shortstop so he will serve as a super-utility man this season. His versatility will be increased as he will be learning […]

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Harvey Has Experienced No Pain When Throwing This Offseason

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Harvey Has Experienced No Pain When Throwing This Offseason

Mets’ starter Matt Harvey, who underwent surgery in July for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, threw off of a mound at Storm Sports Academy on Long Island on Wednesday. Harvey, 28 in March, said he felt no pain when throwing this offseason, when talking to reporters at a team charity event earlier this month. The Mets and […]

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