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3 Up & 3 Down: The Subway Series

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3 Up & 3 Down: The Subway Series

Well another edition of the Subway Series is in books.  What started out as a thrilling set in the Bronx, quickly turned to frustration and confusion once it returned to Citi Field.  There were many things that were left up for debate which is part of what makes this game so great.  Roster moves we […]

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Where Is Rising Star Juan Lagares? #FireTerry #FreeLagares

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Where Is Rising Star Juan Lagares? #FireTerry #FreeLagares

Where the heck is Juan Lagares and why isn’t he in the starting lineup every day? Terry Collins has committed countless blunders during his tenure as manager of the Mets, but none of them have stoked the ire of Mets fans, writers and analysts alike, as the way Collins is handling one of the brightest […]

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2014 MLB Draft: Law Tabs Newcomb With Mets 10th Pick

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2014 MLB Draft: Law Tabs Newcomb With Mets 10th Pick

The 2014 MLB Draft will take place from June 5th-7th, with our Mets holding the 10th overall pick in what is considered a deep draft. Earlier this month Baseball America had the Mets selecting college outfielder Michael Conforto. On Thursday, ESPN‘s resident draft and minors guru Keith Law released his first mock draft. With their 10th overall selection, Law projected […]

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DeGrom Snaps Mets Pitcher’s Hitless Streak

An article by posted on May 15, 2014 0 Comments
DeGrom Snaps Mets Pitcher’s Hitless Streak

8:05 PM It has happened, folks… At 7:59 PM on Thursday night, during the Subway Series finale at Citi Field, righthander Jacob deGrom stroked a single off Chase Whitley of the Yankees to snap the 0-for-64 hitless streak by Mets pitchers. The former college shortstop lined one in front of center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury to put runners on first […]

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Montero Showed Poise and Confidence In A Solid Debut

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Montero Showed Poise and Confidence In A Solid Debut

After watching Rafael Montero make his major league debut against the Yankees last night, one thing that jumped out at me was that he most certainly looked like he belonged here. There was a confident swagger prevalent that you won’t see in his pitching line, and he carried himself like a 10-year veteran on the […]

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From Left Field: Smart Baseball Is Key For Mets

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From Left Field: Smart Baseball Is Key For Mets

We were riding high on Monday and Tuesday. The offense was clicking, especially with the long ball, and the defense made a few key plays to increase the Mets winning streak to six games over the Yankees. But then last night happened. Before I get long-winded, Masahiro Tanaka is looking like a bona fide ace. […]

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MMO Game Thread: Yankees vs Mets, 7:10 PM

An article by posted on May 14, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Yankees vs Mets, 7:10 PM

From the moment the New York Mets announced that they were calling up Rafael Montero, the most anticipated game of this week’s Subway Series became the third one, wrote Adam Rubin. And tonight’s the night. Righthander Rafael Montero makes his major league debut at Citi Field tonight at 7:10 PM and will oppose undefeated rookie Masahiro Tanaka (5-0, 2.57) for […]

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Collins Going With Tejada, Flores Will Stay On Bench

An article by posted on May 14, 2014 0 Comments
Collins Going With Tejada, Flores Will Stay On Bench

UPDATE: Terry Collins went back on what he told reporters last night and again earlier today, and just announced that Ruben Tejada will start at shortstop tonight and NOT Wilmer Flores. Flores is not sick. More in the game notes. Original Post Things have been going pretty good the last couple of days.  After losing […]

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Montero Looks Like He Belongs, Says He’s Felt Ready For A While

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Montero Looks Like He Belongs, Says He’s Felt Ready For A While

3:00 PM Danny Knobler of ESPN writes that while Noah Syndergaard is the New York Mets pitching prospect that everyone has wanted to talk about, it is Rafael Montero who is the one most prepared to pitch in the major leagues now. “His maturity is beyond his years as a pitcher,” Mets manager Terry Collins said as he anxiously […]

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Murphy Among The Elite At Second Base

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Murphy Among The Elite At Second Base

Daniel Murphy continued his offensive onslaught on Tuesday night, blasting a three-run homer to help defeat the Yankees 12-7 in the Bronx. He is now batting .320 after a productive two nights at Yankee Stadium. “He’s gotten hot, and when he gets hot, he is a good hitter,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “He’s got power, he’ll […]

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