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Jon Niese Fires Seven Scoreless As Bucs Beat Mets 3-1

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Jon Niese Fires Seven Scoreless As Bucs Beat Mets 3-1

The Mets (31-25) were defeated by the Pittsburgh Pirates (31-26) in the first game of a doubleheader by a score of 3-1 this afternoon at PNC Park. Pitching:  Long Island native Steven Matz toed the rubber for the Mets this afternoon, and though the young lefty labored through a lot of pitches and visibly did […]

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Doubleheader Game 1: Mets vs Pirates, 4:05 PM

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Doubleheader Game 1: Mets vs Pirates, 4:05 PM

Tuesday, June 7, 2016 PNC Park • Pittsburgh, PA LHP Steven Matz (7-1, 2.60) vs. LHP Jonathon Niese (5-2, 4.36) SNY • WOR 710 AM • ESPN 1050 AM The New York Mets turn to Steven Matz as they look to bounce back from Sunday’s 1-0 loss against Jon Niese and the Pirates in the […]

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MMO Flashback: Neil Walker And His Lasting Connection To Roberto Clemente

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MMO Flashback: Neil Walker And His Lasting Connection To Roberto Clemente

Originally Posted on April 5, 2016 Mets second baseman Neil Walker has a lasting connection to baseball legend, Roberto Clemente. In a report from Otis Livingston of CBS New York, he took a look at the link between Walker and the Pittsburgh icon. Walker’s father and Clemente were great friends who worked together to help […]

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Neil Walker Is Pulling A Bernard Gilkey

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Neil Walker Is Pulling A Bernard Gilkey

For the past year, we have seen the magic that can happen when a player plays for the team he rooted for throughout his entire life.  Steven Matz is an astounding 11-1 as a Met.  Not only has he become a beloved Met, but his grandfather has become a beloved figure as well.  It doesn’t […]

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Juan Lagares Will Avoid DL, Play With Torn Ligament In Thumb

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Juan Lagares Will Avoid DL, Play With Torn Ligament In Thumb

New York Mets outfielder Juan Lagares has been diagnosed with a partial tear of a ligament in his left thumb, after making a diving catch that saved two runs in the seventh inning of Saturday’s game in Miami. The team announced that Lagares will not be placed on the disabled list, and will rejoin the […]

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Rene Rivera Has Earned Mets Backup Catcher Role

An article by posted on June 6, 2016 0 Comments
Rene Rivera Has Earned Mets Backup Catcher Role

Neither of the Mets catchers have great batting lines at the moment, but with Travis d’Arnaud coming off the disabled list relatively soon, the competition for the backup job is heating up. For the first time in over a year, Kevin Plawecki‘s status as the top reserve is in jeopardy and Rene Rivera may just […]

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Mets and Pirates To Play Traditional Doubleheader On Tuesday

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Mets and Pirates To Play Traditional Doubleheader On Tuesday

The New York Mets and Pittsburgh Pirates had their series opener postponed on Monday due to heavy rains. As such, the two teams will play a traditional doubleheader at PNC Park on Tuesday beginning at 4:05 PM. The second game of the twin-bill will begin 30 minutes after the conclusion of the early game. Steven […]

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Travis d’Arnaud About A Week Away From Catching

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Travis d’Arnaud About A Week Away From Catching

Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud is roughly a week away from catching in rehab games, according to assistant GM John Ricco. D’Arnaud is making throws in Florida of up to 150 feet, but not releasing the ball full throttle yet, Terry Collins added. He’s been on the disabled list since April 26 with a right rotator cuff strain. […]

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2016 MLB Draft: Five Players The Mets Could Select

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2016 MLB Draft: Five Players The Mets Could Select

Photo: Wake Forest The First Year Player Draft is quickly approaching: three days, and thankfully dwindling. I’m getting antsy waiting to see who will be a new Mets Top Prospect, and there’s so much to look forward to as the Mets have 41 picks waiting to happen. Today however, we have a list of five […]

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Neil Walker Readies For Emotional Pittsburgh Return

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Neil Walker Readies For Emotional Pittsburgh Return

Pittsburgh native, Neil Walker readies for his return tonight to the “steel city,” to face a team he spent his entire career with until this season. He was born in the city that drafted him in 2004, a fairytale story for a hometown hero.  Walker grew up a fan of the Pirates and it was […]

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