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Marlins vs Mets: Collins Pencils ‘Spin and Lagares Into Today’s Lineup

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Marlins vs Mets: Collins Pencils ‘Spin and Lagares Into Today’s Lineup

Miami Marlins vs. New York Mets Sunday, June 9, 1:10 PM EDT, Citi Field Jon Niese (4.40 ERA) vs. Tom Koehler (3.70 ERA)  Starting Lineup Omar Quintanilla – SS Jordany Valdespin – RF David Wright – 3B Daniel Murphy – 2B Mike Baxter – LF Ike Davis – 1B Anthony Recker – C Juan Lagares – CF Jonathon […]

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Mets Transfer Familia To 60-Day Disabled List

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Mets Transfer Familia To 60-Day Disabled List

The New York Mets transferred RHP Jeurys Familia from the 15-day disabled list to the 60-day disabled list. It’s just a procedural move to open a spot for RHP David Aardsma on the 40-man roster. Familia underwent surgery Wednesday to remove bone spurs from his right elbow and is likely out for the season. Original […]

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Last Night Was An Epic Fail On Many Fronts For The Mets

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Last Night Was An Epic Fail On Many Fronts For The Mets

Saturday’s marathon was the longest game ever in Citi Field history and the longest in the majors since April 17, 2010, when the Mets beat St. Louis, 2-1 in 20 innings. The previous long at Citi Field was October 3, 2010, a 14-inning, 2-1 loss to the Nationals. Saturday was also tied for the fourth-longest […]

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Great Expectations and a Met Prospect’s Swan Song

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Great Expectations and a Met Prospect’s Swan Song

The GM is one of the most despised people in New York. People are calling for the manager to be fired. The entire team is neither executing nor playing fundamentally sound baseball. We’re not hitting and fans are now outnumbered by empty seats. The Mets seem destined for a 90+ loss season and avoiding 100 losses […]

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Ankiel Signing Proved To Be A Big Waste Of Time

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Ankiel Signing Proved To Be A Big Waste Of Time

The Rick Ankiel era has come to and end with the Mets. The veteran center fielder has been designated for assignment and can choose to accept the assignment to AAA or elect free agency. My guess is the latter. Taking his place will be Kirk Nieuwenhuis, who is already on his way to the big league club after […]

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Mets Minors: Montero Shines Again, Vaughn To DL With Elbow Strain

An article by posted on June 8, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Minors: Montero Shines Again, Vaughn To DL With Elbow Strain

Rafael Montero was absolutely amazing today as he continued his stretch of dominance over the entire Eastern League. Montero breezed through his start against the Altoona Curve with seven more shutout innings, allowing just two hits and a walk over that span. He struck out six and dazzled anyone watching as he spun a gem. […]

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Marlins Come Out On Top In 2-1 Marathon Win Over Mets

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Marlins Come Out On Top In 2-1 Marathon Win Over Mets

The Miami Marlins scratched out a run in the top of the 20th inning to break the 1-1 deadlock and beat the Mets 2-1 at Citi Field tonight. Matt Harvey started for the Mets and was solid for seven innings until he was removed with what the team initially diagnosed as “lower back tightness.”  The […]

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Time For The Mets To Switch Things Up

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Time For The Mets To Switch Things Up

Unless you’ve been spending the first few months of the 2013 season under a rock, you know that the Mets are off to a less-than-spectacular start.  Through 56 games, the Mets have a disappointing 23-33 record.  The only teams in baseball that are more than ten games under .500 are the Milwaukee Brewers, Houston Astros […]

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DOC – A Memoir: On Sale Now!

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DOC – A Memoir: On Sale Now!

DOC A Memoir By Dwight Gooden and Ellis Henican  In the mid 1980’s no pitcher was more feared and more dominant than the Mets young superstar, Dwight “Doc” Gooden. Gooden arrived in New York in 1984 as a shy nineteen year old from Tampa and became a pitching sensation overnight, Times Square even held an […]

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David Aardsma Called Up, Collin McHugh Optioned To Vegas

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David Aardsma Called Up, Collin McHugh Optioned To Vegas

Updated 6/8 at 12:55pm by Clayton Collier: The Mets have optioned RHP Collin McHugh to Triple-A Las Vegas and have called up reliever David Aardsma. He will wear number 30. To make room for Aardsma, Jeurys Familia has been moved to the 60-day disabled list.   McHugh will pitch in Vegas as a starter. Original Post […]

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