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Mets Bats Silent Yet Again As Rockies Win 6-1

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Mets Bats Silent Yet Again As Rockies Win 6-1

The New York Mets (53-49) were defeated by the Colorado Rockies (51-52) at Citi Field by a score of 6-1. The Miami Marlins were defeated by the St. Louis Cardinals tonight, so we won’t lose any ground on them in the standings, and the Nationals play the Giants at 10:15 tonight. Pitching: Steven Matz had […]

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Mets Find Asking Price Too High On Steve Pearce

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Mets Find Asking Price Too High On Steve Pearce

According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, while the Mets still believe they are more likely to add a reliever at the trading deadline, they are now more inclined to pursue a bat due to the loss of Juan Lagares to surgery on his left thumb. According to ESPN reporter Jerry Crasnick, the Mets are […]

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Reds Could Deal Relievers, Have Shown Interest in Plawecki

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Reds Could Deal Relievers, Have Shown Interest in Plawecki

According to Zack Buckanan of the Cincinnati Inquirer, the Reds are looking to move Ross Ohlendorf, Blake Wood, and Tony Cingrani at the trade deadline.  The impetus for moving the three relievers is that they will all be more expensive next year. Ohlendorf has made 56 apperances going 5-6 with two saves, a 4.27 ERA, […]

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Mets May Not Acquire Starter Before Monday’s Deadline

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Mets May Not Acquire Starter Before Monday’s Deadline

According to Chris Cotillo of MLBDailyDish.com on Twitter, the asking price for starting pitching is very high right now, and it may dissuade the Mets from making a trade before Monday’s deadline, instead choosing to rely on internal options such as Logan Verrett and Zack Wheeler. Verrett, pictured above, has had mixed success this year […]

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Thanks for the Memories, Mike

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Thanks for the Memories, Mike

Mike Piazza’s legendary career had some speed bumps along the way, yet through sheer determination, work, people who believed in him, and his skill set catapulted a player who was drafted in the 62nd round of the 1988 draft to the pinnacle of being enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY this […]

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Why the Mets Will Need a Major Change to Make Postseason

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Why the Mets Will Need a Major Change to Make Postseason

The Mets were only a .500 team through most of the first four months of last year. But the acquisition of Yoenis Cespedes changed everything. The Mets went on a tear after acquiring Cespedes, ran away with the NL East and won the pennant as the Nationals skidded into oblivion. Had the Mets not traded for […]

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The Mets Wasted Jacob deGrom’s Gem

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The Mets Wasted Jacob deGrom’s Gem

The New York Mets wasted a great effort from Jacob deGrom. A start where many eyes were on the deGrominator after his previous poor outing in which he showed a decrease in velocity. Jake put all those issues to rest as yet again he put forth a great performance. His offense and closer betrayed him […]

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Mets Top Prospect Amed Rosario Lands on DL

An article by posted on July 28, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Top Prospect Amed Rosario Lands on DL

The Binghamton Mets have announced that Mets top prospect Amed Rosario has been placed on the 7-day disabled list. He is reportedly battling a mild hamstring strain. The 20-year old shortstop is hitting .354/.405/.525 with nine doubles and four triples since being promoted to the Double-A. Last night, B-Mets first baseman Dominic Smith was pulled in the fourth inning without a […]

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Familia Blows Second Consecutive Save as Mets Fall 2-1

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Familia Blows Second Consecutive Save as Mets Fall 2-1

The New York Mets (53-48) were defeated by the Colorado Rockies (50-52) by a score of 2-1 at Citi Field Thursday afternoon.  With the loss, the Mets temporarily move to 6 games back for the division lead.   The Washington Nationals will take on the San Francisco Giants tonight at AT&T Park. Pitching: Jacob deGrom followed one […]

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Cespedes Out of Lineup After Quad Injury Flares Up

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Cespedes Out of Lineup After Quad Injury Flares Up

All Star outfielder Yoenis Cespedes is not in the lineup on Thursday as the Mets begin a four game series against the Colorado Rockies. Terry Collins told reporters that his strained right quadriceps flared up last night as he continues to battle through this injury which forced Cespedes to miss a few games earlier this month. Cespedes, […]

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