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Mets Go Yard Three Times In 10-1 Rout Over The Nats

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Mets Go Yard Three Times In 10-1 Rout Over The Nats

The New York Mets pounded out a season high 15 hits to beat the Washington Nationals by the score of 10-1 tonight at Nationals Park. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Mets who last won against the Yankees in the Subway Series oh so long ago. Marlon Byrd walloped two home runs, […]

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The Unforgiving Road To The Show Starts With The MLB Draft

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The Unforgiving Road To The Show Starts With The MLB Draft

With the MLB Draft on tap this evening, it’s a good time to look at the unforgiving road to The Show. A little over 60 percent of first rounders make it to the big leagues—that’s a little more than half. We aren’t even talking about being an impact player, we are talking about playing in […]

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Mets vs Nationals Preview: Gee On The Hill, Lagares In CF, Duda Bats Cleanup

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Mets vs Nationals Preview: Gee On The Hill, Lagares In CF, Duda Bats Cleanup

New York Mets vs Washington Nationals 7:05 PM at National Park RHP Dillon Gee vs RHP Dan Haren Starting Lineup Omar Quintanilla SS Daniel Murphy 2B David Wright 3B Lucas Duda LF Marlon Byrd RF Ike Davis 1B Anthony Recker C Juan Lagares CF Dillon Gee RHP Game Notes The Mets have dropped four straight […]

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How The Mets Landed Matt Harvey

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How The Mets Landed Matt Harvey

Jon Heyman of CBS Sports has a must-read article on the events that led to the Mets decision to select Matt Harvey in the 2010 Draft. All the Mets’ key scouts and honchos at the time — from area scout Marlon McPhail all the way to then-GM Omar Minaya — endorsed Harvey, who has yet […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Future Mets Rotation Could Feature Five Top Starters

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MMO Fan Shot: Future Mets Rotation Could Feature Five Top Starters

Scouting Scale for Starting Pitchers: #1 Starter: Two plus pitches, average third pitch, plus-plus command, plus makeup #2 Starter: Two plus pitches, average third pitch, average command, average makeup #3 Starter: One plus pitch, two average pitches, average command, average makeup #4-5 Starter: Average velocity, consistent breaking ball, decent changeup, command of two pitches Jeremy […]

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Nieuwenhuis Could Be On Track For Big League Return

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Nieuwenhuis Could Be On Track For Big League Return

I thought it was funny that after I wrote how Nieuwenhuis’ second home run on Tuesday would have been gone in any MLB park, that Terry Collins asked Wally Backman about Kirk’s home runs and said the following to reporters before last night’s game. “I talked to Wally today for quite a while,” Collins said. […]

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Collins: Wheeler Is Not Going To Be The Savior For The Mets

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Collins: Wheeler Is Not Going To Be The Savior For The Mets

Met manager Terry Collins spent yesterday paving the way for soon to be promoted Zack Wheeler, telling reporters that the organization’s top pitching prospect will not turn the team around. “I hope everybody understands if and when this guy comes, he’s not going to be the savior. There’s a lot of pieces that have to work. […]

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Keep Hefner and Gee In Rotation, Try To Trade Marcum

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Keep Hefner and Gee In Rotation, Try To Trade Marcum

After sleeping on it, considering Jeremy Hefner’s strong start in Washington last night, my choice would be to deal Shaun Marcum. Marcum has gone six-plus innings in his last four starts showing signs he’s coming around physically. Of the three, Marcum has been the least effective, but his name isn’t mentioned because he’s making $4 million. […]

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Featured Post: Sandy’s Mets Are Not Progressing

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Featured Post: Sandy’s Mets Are Not Progressing

After an embarrassing sweep at the hands of the lowly Miami Marlins and a loss to begin the Nats series, the Mets find themselves on pace for just 66 wins and 96 losses which would amount to their worst season in a full decade.  Certainly there is time for such grim propositions to change, but […]

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John Buck’s Performance Has Taken A Nose Dive

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John Buck’s Performance Has Taken A Nose Dive

Through the first month or so of the season, John Buck was a revelation for the New York Mets. A throw in for the deal and a salary dump on the part of the Toronto Blue Jays in the Dickey deal, the original plan for Buck was to be a stopgap until top-prospect Travis d’Arnaud […]

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