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Cecchini Provides Dramatics, But Italy Falls to Venezuela in Ten Innings

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Cecchini Provides Dramatics, But Italy Falls to Venezuela in Ten Innings

Down a run with two outs in the ninth inning, Mets shortstop Gavin Cecchini stepped to the plate against former Met Francisco Rodriguez and delivered, driving home the game’s tying run. However, Team Italy could not pull through and eventually fell to Team Venezuela, 11-10 in ten innings, in WBC Pool D action on Saturday. […]

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Spring Recap: Mets Blanked By Nats 6-0

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Spring Recap: Mets Blanked By Nats 6-0

The Mets were defeated by the Washington Nationals by a score of 6-0 this afternoon at First Data Field. Pitching: Steven Matz toed the rubber to start the game for the Mets today and handed in three innings, allowing one unearned run on three hits, while striking out two. Next in line was Paul Sewald, […]

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MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:10 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:10 PM

Steven Matz will make his second start of the spring against the Washington Nationals at First Data Field at 1:10 PM. He will be opposed by Nats top pitching prospect Erick Fedde. The game will be televised on SNY and available via radio on WOR. Matz threw two scoreless innings with three hits allowed and […]

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Dominic Smith, P.J. Conlon Among Nine Players Reassigned to Minor League Camp

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Dominic Smith, P.J. Conlon Among Nine Players Reassigned to Minor League Camp

The Mets have made their first round of cuts this spring, reassigning Dominic Smith and P.J. Conlon as well as seven other players to minor league camp. Smith, 21, hit a meager .185 in 27 at-bats this spring while fanning 10 times. The first baseman is ranked the Mets second best prospect behind only Amed […]

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Spring Training Recap: Mets Drop Two As Harvey and Wheeler Start

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Spring Training Recap: Mets Drop Two As Harvey and Wheeler Start

The New York Mets lost both their split squad games on Friday with Zack Wheeler and Matt Harvey on the mound. They fell to the Atlanta Braves 5-2 on the road and the Houston Astros 7-5 at home. Braves 5, Mets 2 Pitching: Wheeler made his Spring debut after early uncertainties about his elbow. In two innings he gave struck […]

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Sandy Alderson Delves Into His Baseball Origins

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Sandy Alderson Delves Into His Baseball Origins

Sandy Alderson was interviewed by Mark Feinsand of MLB.com in a two-part interview. In the first part of the interview, he discussed the 2017 Mets among other things. In the second part of the interview, he talked in-depth about his beginnings in baseball. Alderson’s first baseball job was as a general counsel for the Oakland Athletics in 1981. He […]

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WBC Update: Reyes Helps DR To Victory, Italy Rallies For Walk-off Win

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WBC Update: Reyes Helps DR To Victory, Italy Rallies For Walk-off Win

The 2017 World Baseball Classic is now in full swing with all four pools finally in action after Thursday night. Italy (1-0) 10, Mexico (0-1) 9 Pool D The Italian team rallied to score five runs off Roberto Osuna and Oliver Perez in the ninth inning to win in walk-off fashion. Brandon Nimmo started in center field and led off […]

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Four Players The Mets Shouldn’t Hesitate To Move On From

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Four Players The Mets Shouldn’t Hesitate To Move On From

It seems like the New York Mets DFA or trade at least one somewhat notable player every year. Last year, it was Antonio Bastardo, who was a total bust of a free-agent signing. Recent past examples of this include Shaun Marcum, Chris Young and even the great Brandon Lyon come to mind as guys who […]

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Mets Prospects To Watch In 2017: P.J. Conlon, LHP

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Mets Prospects To Watch In 2017: P.J. Conlon, LHP

By now, many of you have probably already heard of P.J. Conlon, the Mets’ left-handed pitching prospect, that emigrated from Ireland. However, hat only scratches the surface of who Conlon is. Conlon is actually from Northern Ireland – Belfast to be exact – a city at the center of The Troubles, an ethno-nationalist conflict over whether […]

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Steven Matz Featuring A New Pick-Off Move

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Steven Matz Featuring A New Pick-Off Move

One of the biggest issues for the Mets last year was stolen bases. Now, a considerable amount of the blame in this respect has gone to Travis d’Arnaud, who only threw out 22% of base stealers last season. That’s simply not good, and there is a lot d’Arnaud needs to work on to bring that […]

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