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Mets Bullpen Woes No More?

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Mets Bullpen Woes No More?

In case you missed it, the New York Mets bullpen has done an incredibly stellar job as of late. After what seemed like one seventh inning let down after another for weeks on end, things have certainly changed. Last night the Mets bullpen tossed four scoreless frames to support Steven Matz, who did not have […]

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How Will The Matt Harvey Saga Ultimately Play Out?

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How Will The Matt Harvey Saga Ultimately Play Out?

Between innings Ty Cobb would sit on the bench sharpening his spikes. Then, on the base paths, he would take an extra ninety feet sliding spikes up. He once nearly choked an umpire to death before his teammates pulled him off. He beat up a fellow Tiger who shared his hotel room because the other […]

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MMO Original: Pay The Man

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MMO Original: Pay The Man

A lot of Mets fans are asking the same question these days, what will it take to sign Yoenis Cespedes to a long term deal? Well, lets look at some dollar numbers. $1.5 Billion per year through 2021 … That’s what MLB has coming through national television deals. There are also local television deals, which […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Braves, 7:35 PM

An article by posted on September 11, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Braves, 7:35 PM

The New York Mets look to make it five wins in a row as they take on the Atlanta Braves for their second contest in a four-game series tonight at Turner Field. Left-hander Steven Matz (2-0, 1.89) gets the start for the Mets and he opposes Braves right-hander Matt Wisler (5-6, 5.81) at 7:35 PM. […]

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Mets Matters: The Importance Of Not Letting Up

An article by posted on September 11, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Matters: The Importance Of Not Letting Up

Coming off an emotionally charged series with the Washington Nationals to fortify themselves as the leaders of the National League East, it would be understandable for the team to come in a little sluggish when going against a team like the Atlanta Braves the following day. Especially after having to wait out a two hour rain […]

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Mets Expected To Make Serious Bid For Cespedes, But How Serious?

An article by posted on September 11, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Expected To Make Serious Bid For Cespedes, But How Serious?

According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, the Mets will be one of many teams that will be pushing to sign free agent Yoenis Cespedes beginning in November. While Mets people won’t discuss it publicly, writes Heyman, word is they are expected to make a serious play for Cespedes, whose willingness to play center field has […]

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Uribe Has A Huge Night Filling In For Wright

An article by posted on September 11, 2015 0 Comments
Uribe Has A Huge Night Filling In For Wright

With David Wright getting the day off, Juan Uribe filled in for the Captain and had a huge night at the plate. He finished the day going 3-for-4 with three RBI against his former team as the Mets crushed the Braves 7-2. His first hit was a single in the fourth inning against Shelby Miller […]

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Bartolo Colon Sets Scoreless Innings Record

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Bartolo Colon Sets Scoreless Innings Record

On Thursday night, Mets’ veteran starter Bartolo Colon set a new major league record for scoreless innings by a pitcher age 42 or older at 31 consecutive innings. Colon, who was coming off a complete game shutout against the Miami Marlins in his last start, kept the Braves scoreless through the first six innings, before […]

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Dan Warthen Taken To Atlanta Hospital For Rapid Heartbeat

An article by posted on September 10, 2015 0 Comments
Dan Warthen Taken To Atlanta Hospital For Rapid Heartbeat

Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen was taken to an Atlanta hospital Thursday after experiencing a rapid heartbeat, general manager Sandy Alderson told reporters at Turner Field. Apparently it was serious enough that doctors have decided to admit him, Warthen, 62, has been the Mets pitching coach since June 2008 and is widely credited for the […]

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Terry Collins Making Case For Manager of the Year

An article by posted on September 10, 2015 0 Comments
Terry Collins Making Case For Manager of the Year

Terry Collins has been killed by Mets fans over the past few years and rightfully so in some cases, but that was then and with an inadequate ball club. Now that Terry has all the right pieces in place, he has excelled and continues to lead this team to a sizeable division lead with only […]

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