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MMO Roundtable: How Impactful is the Manager in a Short Series?

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MMO Roundtable: How Impactful is the Manager in a Short Series?

How Impactful is the Manager in a Short Series? Brian Greenzang – Terry Collins is about to face his biggest test as a manager. The role of a manager in a series like this is critical. Needing to know when to pull the plug on a starter, or letting them go a little bit longer […]

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Cespedes and Wright Say Mets Starters Can Steal The Show

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Cespedes and Wright Say Mets Starters Can Steal The Show

Third baseman David Wright had some sage advice for teammates Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey and Steven Matz on Thursday. He says that if the four of them can stay within themselves and pitch to their abilities, they each have a chance to steal the show and distinguish themselves as bonafide stars on the National […]

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Longtime Rival Rollins Looking Forward To Wreaking Havoc On Mets

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Longtime Rival Rollins Looking Forward To Wreaking Havoc On Mets

Jimmy Rollins is excited to play against his longtime rivals once again as the Mets face off against the Dodgers in the NLDS. Rollins and the Phillies dashed the Mets hopes in 2007, and he would love to do the same in the postseason this year for Los Angeles. While he is no longer the […]

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Tyler Clippard Will Remain Mets’ Primary Setup Man

An article by posted on October 8, 2015 0 Comments
Tyler Clippard Will Remain Mets’ Primary Setup Man

According to a report by Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, manager Terry Collins said Thursday that he expects to stick with Tyler Clippard as his primary setup man in the National League Division Series. Collins had tossed out the idea that he was considering flipping Clippard with Addison Reed who has settled into the […]

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Current Mets Are Infinitely Better Than Team That Beat Dodgers In July

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Current Mets Are Infinitely Better Than Team That Beat Dodgers In July

While the usual suspects in the media and the folks at the Whinery continue to drum up fear and using flawed logic to push their agenda that the Mets will not escape from Los Angeles alive, I’d urge you to mute out that sort of noise pollution and word vomit. First of all, the Mets […]

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NLDS Report: Mattingly Has High Praise For Mets Starting Pitchers

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NLDS Report: Mattingly Has High Praise For Mets Starting Pitchers

Los Angeles Dodgers manager Don Mattingly heaped plenty of praise on the Mets young trio of Jacob deGrom, Noah Syndergaard and Matt Harvey before his team’s workout Wednesday at Dodger Stadium. “Those guys are really good,” said Mattingly, the former Yankees star entering his third straight postseason with the Dodgers. “We’ve been looking at them […]

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MMO Roundtable: Which Dodgers Player Do You Fear The Most?

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MMO Roundtable: Which Dodgers Player Do You Fear The Most?

XtreemIcon – Adrian Gonzalez. The Dodgers, like the Mets, are built on their tremendous starting pitching and will need their offense to come through to win. The Mets are throwing three RHP in the series and A-Gon has an .850 OPS against righties. No one else in the lineup comes close to threatening like A-Gon […]

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Wilmer Flores Ready To Go After Battling Strep Throat

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Wilmer Flores Ready To Go After Battling Strep Throat

The crazy year that has been the 2015 season for Mets infielder Wilmer Flores took another turn this past week. Flores who sparsely played in the final two weeks of the regular season has been sidelined by strep throat. “It’s definitely been a different year with everything that happened. I don’t know how to describe […]

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The Inherent Chaos Of MLB’s Playoff Structure

An article by posted on October 7, 2015 0 Comments
The Inherent Chaos Of MLB’s Playoff Structure

There are no guarantees in baseball, no sure things. Of the eight teams left in the playoffs after tonight, there’s no telling who might win it. While it’s true that someone has to take the title, betting on baseball’s post-season results is a blind shot in the dark no matter how much you think you […]

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Gary Cohen Will Not Cover Mets Postseason Games On WOR

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Gary Cohen Will Not Cover Mets Postseason Games On WOR

Neil Best of Newsday reports that SNY play-by-play announcer Gary Cohen will not be doing any postseason games for WOR radio  as had been speculated by some. According to Best, Cohen was criticized in some quarters in 2006 for doing guest innings in the Mets’ radio booth during the NLCS — which became more noticeable when he […]

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Featured Post: Why Flores Merits More Playing Time In NLDS Over Tejada

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Featured Post: Why Flores Merits More Playing Time In NLDS Over Tejada

As the NLDS against the Dodgers approaches it looks like Ruben Tejada will be manning shortstop for the Mets at least for Game One against Clayton Kershaw. Tejada has good career numbers against Kershaw with a .357 BA so I have no problem with him starting the series opener, but I have some concerns if […]

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