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Spring Training Recap: Mets Take One Of Two Split Squad Games

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Spring Training Recap: Mets Take One Of Two Split Squad Games

The Mets played a pair of split squad games this afternoon, losing to the Houston Astros at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches while scratching out a win against the Boston Red Sox at First Data Field. Astros 12, Mets 2  Pitching: Robert Gsellman toed the rubber for this afternoon’s split squad game against the […]

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Game(s) Thread: Mets vs Astros 1:05 PM, Red Sox vs Mets 1:10 PM

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Game(s) Thread: Mets vs Astros 1:05 PM, Red Sox vs Mets 1:10 PM

The Mets are playing two split-squad games today. The Mets will send Noah Syndergaard to the hill against the Red Sox and Rick Porcello, while the other Mets squad will start Robert Gsellman against the Astros and Charlie Morton. The Mets vs Astros game will begin at 1:05 PM and will not be broadcast on either TV or radio, while the Red […]

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Longtime Baseball Producer Bill Webb Loses Battle With Cancer

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Longtime Baseball Producer Bill Webb Loses Battle With Cancer

Longtime SNY and Fox Sports Director Bill Webb has died as a result of his longtime battle with cancer. To say the beloved director known across baseball circles as Webb lost his battle with cancer would be a great disservice to the man.  He battled the disease for well over a year. In that time, […]

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So You Think You Know The Mets: Not As Easy As Riding A Bike

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So You Think You Know The Mets: Not As Easy As Riding A Bike

If you had to pick the next player in the Mets organization to hit for the cycle, who would you choose? Is there anyone on the likely Opening Day Roster who can pull it off? Or do you have to dig down deep into the minors to find a likely candidate. I happen to think […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Retiring #5 Is The Wright Thing To Do

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MMO Fan Shot: Retiring #5 Is The Wright Thing To Do

An MMO Fan Shot by Rich Glanzer Smart people say dumb things. That was my thought as I saw a Facebook post stating that David Wright might not have his number retired because he is not headed to Cooperstown. The author insinuated the Mets have an unofficial policy of only retiring numbers who have received […]

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Spring Recap: Mets Defeat Marlins 8-2

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Spring Recap: Mets Defeat Marlins 8-2

The Mets defeated the Miami Marlins by a score of 8-2 today at Roger Dean Stadium. Pitching: Steven Matz got the nod for today’s afternoon game against the Fish, and tossed two scoreless innings, yielding just three hits and striking out one. Matz was followed in line by Marcos Molina, David Roseboom and Erik Goeddel […]

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Which Non-Roster Invitees Can Make Opening Day Roster?

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Which Non-Roster Invitees Can Make Opening Day Roster?

While the 25-man roster seemed pretty much set most of the offseason, injuries always loom. With David Wright‘s shoulder impingement and the possibility of his starting the season on the 60-day DL, the Mets possibly have an open roster spot. Of all the non-roster invitees this spring, who has the best chance of filling that […]

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Could Rob Gsellman Be Better Than Zack Wheeler?

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Could Rob Gsellman Be Better Than Zack Wheeler?

The Mets currently have seven above-average starting pitchers. One of them was for many years a highly-touted prospect who the Mets received in a trade that sent Carlos Beltran to the San Fransisco Giants. Zack Wheeler, 26, pitched well in 2013 and 2014 before going under the knife to repair a torn UCL in his […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Matt Harvey Will Rise Again

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MMO Fan Shot: Matt Harvey Will Rise Again

An MMO Fan Shot by Joe O’Connor By the end of May 2013, he was the Dark Knight.  He was the savior of Queens.  He was lighting up radar guns, wiping out hitters with his devastating slider, and doing so with a swagger that Mets fans hadn’t seen since the glory days of ’86.  My, how things […]

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Spring Recap: Mets Cruise To 3-1 Victory Over Astros

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Spring Recap: Mets Cruise To 3-1 Victory Over Astros

The Mets defeated the Houston Astros by a score of 3-1 this afternoon at The Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Pitching: Jacob deGrom toed the rubber to start the game for the Mets this afternoon and set down all six batters to face him in order while registering three strikeouts in the process. Next in […]

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