Tag: Mets

With Murphy Set To Return, What’s The Plan For Herrera?

An article by posted on September 7, 2014 0 Comments
With Murphy Set To Return, What’s The  Plan For Herrera?

Terry Collins told reporters this weekend that Daniel Murphy, who was dealing with a calf strain, is feeling good and is expected to be activated from the disabled list on Tuesday. That leaves one to wonder how this will impact Dilson Herrera as the Mets wrap up the last three weeks of the season. According […]

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

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

The Mets will wrap up their series against the Reds with a 1:10 PM matchup at Great American Ball Park in Cincinnati. Zack Wheeler (9-9, 3.45) will get the start for the Mets and will oppose Mat Latos (5-4, 3.46) for the Reds. Wheeler has allowed three earned runs or less in 12 consecutive starts, tied for the eighth-longest […]

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1,700 Hits Down, 1,300 Hits To Go

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1,700 Hits Down, 1,300 Hits To Go

With his single in the top of the first on Saturday off of the Reds Johnny Cueto, third baseman David Wright reached 1,700 base hits in his MLB career. The Captain will be entering his age 32 season in 2015 and with just 1,300 hits left until the magical 3,000 number, the question is can Wright get […]

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We’ll Need More Than Just Harvey To Win In 2015

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We’ll Need More Than Just Harvey To Win In 2015

On October 1, 2004, I was having dinner with my wife of six months and my new in-laws. As we bantered back and forth I kept one eye on the TV mounted in the corner of Applebee’s. When I saw a basehit up the middle, I excitedly tapped my wife on the shoulder. “He did […]

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MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Reds, 4:10 PM

An article by posted on September 6, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Reds, 4:10 PM

The Mets look to take the weekend series against the Reds this afternoon sending Dillon Gee (6-6, 3.81) to the hill against the very talented Johnny Cueto (16-8, 2.26). First pitch is at 4:10pm. In his last start, Gee earned the win in the 6-5 victory against Philadelphia on August 31st at Citi Field. He […]

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Rafael Montero Recalled From AAA

An article by posted on September 6, 2014 0 Comments
Rafael Montero Recalled From AAA

After last nights victory over the Reds, the Mets recalled Rafael Montero from AAA Las Vegas. Montero pitched in the opening game of the Pacific Coast League playoffs on Wednesday, where he was ineffective. He went just 4 1/3, allowing 3 runs, 4 walks and 7 hits. According to Adam Rubin of ESPN, Mets officials […]

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MMO Game Recap: Mets 14, Reds 5

An article by posted on September 5, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Game Recap: Mets 14, Reds 5

The Mets (67-74) crushed the Reds (66-75) by a score of 14-5 on Friday night in Cincinnati. Bartolo Colon got the start for the Mets and pitched well, going 7 innings and giving up 2 runs on 7 hits and a walk, striking out 2 and throwing 85 pitches. Bartolo didn’t have his best stuff […]

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It’s Tough For Low Payroll Teams To Be Good

An article by posted on September 5, 2014 0 Comments
It’s Tough For Low Payroll Teams To Be Good

Adam Felder of The Atlantic, disputes the theory that major league baseball  has entered an age of parity and some would have you believe. Rather, the gap between rich teams and poor teams has widened. To back up his claim, Felder points out that since in the last 25 years since 1990, only two teams in the […]

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Alderson Weighs In On Offseason Strategy, Internal Options vs Free Agency

An article by posted on September 5, 2014 0 Comments
Alderson Weighs In On Offseason Strategy, Internal Options vs Free Agency

Is Matt den Dekker 2015′s Left Fielder? It’s rather funny that in my last post this morning, I speculated that the Mets lacked the financial resources and flexibility to address the left field and shortstop holes via free agency, and then I came across this quote: On whether adding a shortstop and another bat in […]

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Post’s Mushnick Blasts Selig and Mets Ownership

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Post’s Mushnick Blasts Selig and Mets Ownership

In his latest article, Phil Mushnick of the New York Post lashed out at outgoing commissioner Bud Selig as well as Mets ownership for the sorry financial state of the team. Mets ownership still appears beached, trying to extricate itself from its eagerly self-imposed relationship with no-questions-allowed Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff. Whether Fred Wilpon and […]

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