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Parnell Heads To DL With Partial Tear In Elbow

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Parnell Heads To DL With Partial Tear In Elbow

April 1 Bobby Parnell was diagnosed with an incomplete tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow on Tuesday, the Mets announced. After an MRI & clinical evaluation at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, he received a Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) injection and has been prescribed complete rest for approximately two […]

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Hey Sandy, What Could Brown Do For You?

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Hey Sandy, What Could Brown Do For You?

Opening Day came and went and a new season is underway. We had some hits and we had some misses (18 strikeouts worth of them), but all in all I was happy to have the Mets back in Queens and a new season of Amazin baseball underway. Lost amisdt the aftermath of yesterday’s 9-7 loss […]

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Collins Whiffed In Yesterday’s Bullpen Mismanagement

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Collins Whiffed In Yesterday’s Bullpen Mismanagement

After watching mostly every game that Terry Collins has managed with the Mets, it has become more and more apparent that Collins is truly lacking good decision-making skills in regards to the bullpen. On Opening day the Mets are cruising. Up 4-2 in the 7th after putting up four runs against Stephen Strasburg. Dillon Gee pitched […]

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Terry Collins Is On The Hot Seat

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Terry Collins Is On The Hot Seat

Ken Rosenthal of FoxSports.com shares his take on Terry Collins and what he feels is an unrealistic expectation by Mets brass that the Mets are a 90 win team. Rosenthal says Collins was handed a roster laden with holes by Sandy Alderson and that he has put unfair pressure on his manager to get the […]

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MMO Opening Day Recap: Nationals 9, Mets 7

An article by posted on March 31, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Opening Day Recap: Nationals 9, Mets 7

The Mets fell to the Washington Nationals in extra-innings by the score of 9-7 this afternoon at Citi Field in their season opener. The excitement of Opening Day makes me feel like a giddy little kid every single year. The beginning of nice weather, and most importantly, the beginning of the baseball season never ceases […]

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A Fiery Alderson Says A 90 Win Season Is The Goal

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A Fiery Alderson Says A 90 Win Season Is The Goal

Sandy Alderson continues to push his 90 wins mantra and said today that it wasn’t just an expectation, but the goal and a challenge for Terry Collins and the team. “It wasn’t a guarantee. It wasn’t a prediction. It was a challenge,” Alderson said. “It’s important for us to change the conversation. The 90 wins is […]

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MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:05 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Nationals vs Mets, 1:05 PM

Welcome to Opening Day 2014! It’s time to start another New York Mets marathon as they begin their road to 90 wins. (Whatever, today’s an optimistic day). Starting Lineup Eric Young Jr (2B) Juan Lagares (CF) David Wright (3B) Curtis Granderson (RF) Andrew Brown (LF) Ike Davis (1B) Travis d’Arnaud (C) Ruben Tejada (SS) Dillon […]

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Mejia Gets A Clean Bill Of Health For Friday’s Start

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Mejia Gets A Clean Bill Of Health For Friday’s Start

Adam Rubin of ESPN NY writes that Jenrry Mejia was given a clean report by the team doctor and according to Terry Collins, Mejia also threw a baseball on Sunday and was deemed healthy and ready to take his turn in the rotation on Friday, when the Mets face the Cincinnati Reds at Citi Field. […]

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Opening Series Preview: Washington Nationals

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Opening Series Preview: Washington Nationals

The long winter is over. It is Opening Day 2014! The Mets will begin their schedule playing host to the division rival Washington Nationals. A team that finished 2013 on a strong note, but still comes into the new season having something to prove to make up for an overall disappointing campaign. For the Mets, 2014 […]

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What Being A Mets Fan Really Means

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What Being A Mets Fan Really Means

It’s like clockwork you know, hell I could even set my watch to it. Every year and almost exactly around this time, nostalgia rushes over me in a wave of mixed emotions. I feel the cold rattle my aching bones yet I know somewhere warm and far away, my team is getting ready for a […]

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