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Could Mets Payroll Top $90 Million?

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Could Mets Payroll Top $90 Million?

Adam Rubin of ESPN tried to answer a question that Mets fans have been wondering since halfway through the 2014 season this afternoon. What will the 2015 payroll be? There are only four players with guaranteed contracts. They are David Wright ($20 million), Curtis Granderson ($16 million), Bartolo Colon ($11 million) and Jonathon Niese ($7 […]

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Money Alone Won’t Buy Us Wins…

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Money Alone Won’t Buy Us Wins…

Money can buy you a lot of stuff but they say money can’t buy the really important things like love and happiness. Still it’s nice to think about what you might do if you had unlimited cash reserves. I would get my dog his own live-in dog groomer for instance … tired of him stinking […]

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MMO Hits & Misses: So What’s The Plan?

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MMO Hits & Misses: So What’s The Plan?

Oh, Omar! We had a reunion of sorts on MMO on Tuesday. I think it’s absolutely amazing how the mere mention of Omar Minaya sends a beacon out to long forgotten readers who come scurrying back for a one night only performance. And the things you hear. my God, it’s incredible. For example we had […]

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Tejada, Young, Carlyle Could Each Be Non-Tendered

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Tejada, Young, Carlyle Could Each Be Non-Tendered

MLB Trade Rumors posted their offseason outlook for the Mets including projected arbitration awards for nine eligible players. Arbitration Eligible Player Projections Bobby Parnell, RP (5.132): $3.7MM projected salary Daniel Murphy, 2B (5.109): $8.3MM Eric Young Jr., OF (4.123): $2.3MM Dana Eveland, RP (4.029): $1.0MM Dillon Gee, SP (4.028): $5.1MM Ruben Tejada, SS (3.171): $1.7MM Lucas […]

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Bring In The Fences, Bring On The Controversy…

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Bring In The Fences, Bring On The Controversy…

As was reported on Tuesday by Kristie Ackert of the Daily News, the Mets are poised to renovate the dimensions of Citi Field for the second time in four years. Once again the team plans to bring in the fences, this time concentrating their efforts on the right-center and right field walls. Why do this, […]

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Things I’ve Learned About Kevin Long

An article by posted on October 14, 2014 0 Comments
Things I’ve Learned About Kevin Long

With all the talk about the Mets considering Kevin Long to fill the Mets vacant hitting coach position, I decided to spend an hour researching him and learning what this former Yankee is all about. I learned some things along the way and thought I’d share some of them with you. Long Is Very Confident […]

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Mets Have Considered Dave Magadan For Hitting Coach

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Mets Have Considered Dave Magadan For Hitting Coach

According to a report filed by George King and Joel Sherman of the New York Post, former Met Dave Magadan has been contacted by both the Mets and Yankees about their vacant hitting coach positions. When asked about the Yankee position, Magadan said this: “I have been called about that, it’s in the preliminary stages […]

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Matz Places 4th On The Eastern League Top 20

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Matz Places 4th On The Eastern League Top 20

Today Baseball America released the Eastern League top 20. Michael Taylor of the Nationals topped the list with a fantastic campaign and three Mets made the cut. Steven Matz, coming off a stellar year was rewarded with a #4 in the top 20. Dilson Herrera was behind him in the 12th spot, performing exceptionally well […]

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MMO Fair or Foul: Alderson Is Executing His Strategy

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MMO Fair or Foul: Alderson Is Executing His Strategy

Joel Sherman of the New York Post shared some thoughts on Sandy Alderson’s draft strategy and believes that his picks fits into the current philosophy for the team moving forward. Here’s what he had to say about two players making a big impact this year who were available when the Mets selected Brandon Nimmo in […]

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Alderson Contacted Kevin Long About Vacant Hitting Coach Job

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Alderson Contacted Kevin Long About Vacant Hitting Coach Job

Through a league source, Mark Feinsand of the Daily News has confirmed that ousted Yankees hitting coach Kevin Long has spoken with Sandy Alderson about the Mets hitting coach position. The source said Long has already had phone conversations with Mets general manager Sandy Alderson as well as the general managers and/or managers from the Braves and […]

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