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MMO Game Thread: Padres vs Mets, 7:10 PM

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MMO Game Thread: Padres vs Mets, 7:10 PM

After a much needed day off on Monday, the New York Mets (51-48) begin a three-game series with the San Diego Padres (47-52) on Tuesday at Citi Field. Rookie right-hander Noah Syndergaard (4-5, 2.97) will get the opener for the Mets and will be opposed by RHP James Shields (8-3, 3.77) for the Padres. First […]

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A’s Deal Ben Zobrist To Royals

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A’s Deal Ben Zobrist To Royals

The New York Mets may still be in the market for a big bat, but it wont be Ben Zobrist who many said Sandy Alderson coveted. The Oakland A’s dealt the versatile Zobrist to the Kansas City Royals in exchange for two pitching prospects according to Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports. Jon Heyman reports that […]

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David Wright Fields Grounders At Citi Field

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David Wright Fields Grounders At Citi Field

David Wright participated in infield practice and fielded grounders at third base before Tuesday’s game at Citi Field. Wright, 32, has missed all but eight games this season while working to comeback and avoid surgery for lumbar spinal stenosis. This is the first real sign that Wright has returned to doing at least some baseball […]

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Mets Can Play to Strength of Schedule in August and September

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Mets Can Play to Strength of Schedule in August and September

Coming out of the All Star break the Mets played what was undoubtedly their most difficult stretch of the season. A 10-game slate which included series with each of the division leaders in the National League. The Mets barely made it out of St. Louis winning their only game of the series during a Sunday […]

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Mets Will Not Pursue Costly Jose Reyes, Who’s In Steep Decline

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Mets Will Not Pursue Costly Jose Reyes, Who’s In Steep Decline

Team sources have told Mets beat reporters that there will be no reunion with shortstop Jose Reyes and they have no plans to pursue him. Joel Sherman of the New York Post adds: “There used to be no more elating play in the sport than Reyes rounding second and gaining speed toward third. He is not […]

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Latest Trade Buzz: Mets Not Interested In Carlos Gonzalez, Thankfully So

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Latest Trade Buzz: Mets Not Interested In Carlos Gonzalez, Thankfully So

The Mets are not interested in acquiring Rockies outfielder Carlos Gonzalez, according to several reports from the team’s beat writers. In the wake of dealing Troy Tulowitzki to the Blue Jays, the Rockies are now looking to deal CarGo as they look to do a complete rebuild in Colorado. The Mets are interested in acquiring […]

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Gerardo Parra Would Fill A Big Need For Mets

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Gerardo Parra Would Fill A Big Need For Mets

There is something that many Mets fans, myself included, haven’t come to terms with yet and that is that the boys from Queens have a hole in center field. Juan Lagares was one of the most exciting players to watch in 2014 for the Metropolitans (which I suppose isn’t saying much). His offensive production was […]

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Mets Acquire A’s Closer Tyler Clippard

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Mets Acquire A’s Closer Tyler Clippard

The New York Mets have acquired right-handed reliever Tyler Clippard from the Oakland A’s in exchange for minor league RHP Casey Meisner according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The Mets are reportedly receiving $1 million in cash as part of the deal. So Clippard ends up costing approximately $2.5 million dollars to the Mets. Quite […]

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There’s Finally Hope in Queens

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There’s Finally Hope in Queens

“Wait until 2015.” That’s been the phrase we’ve all heard for roughly the past five years as Mets fans. Well now it’s here and tomorrow, when the Mets get set to play their 100th game of the season against the San Diego Padres, they sit just two games back of the NL East leading Washington […]

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Johnson and Uribe Give Mets A New Look and New Attitude

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Johnson and Uribe Give Mets A New Look and New Attitude

It’s amazing how a couple of minor additions like Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson could change the entire complexion and dynamic of the lineup. Having those two as options adds length as well strength to the lineup, something this team has desperately needed for the better part of the last three months. For weeks I’ve […]

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