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Notes From Thursday’s Mets Intrasquad Game

An article by posted on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
Notes From Thursday’s Mets Intrasquad Game

David Wright refused to say which Mets team he was rooting for today. The Mets played a 7 1/2 inning intrasquad game this morning and there were some items worth noting. Dillon Gee, Jenrry Mejia, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Noah Syndergaard, Steven Matz, Jose Valverde, Carlos Torres, Jeurys Familia and Joel Carreño all logged at least an inning.  The lineups were as follows: […]

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Sandy Tells Executives Mets Can Win 90 Games

An article by posted on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
Sandy Tells Executives Mets Can Win 90 Games

John Harper of the Daily News reported this morning that at a staff meeting a couple of days ago, Sandy Alderson told Mets executives and baseball personnel that he strongly believes that the ballclub can and maybe even should win 90 games this season. Also, according to people who were in the room, after Alderson’s […]

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Noah Syndergaard, God of Thunder

An article by posted on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
Noah Syndergaard, God of Thunder

One of my favorite Mets beat writers is Anthony DiComo who always finds a way to mix in some well-written and insightful player profiles along with his non-stop comprehensive coverage of the team. Last night, I came across a very good read he wrote on Noah Syndergaard, who has been one of the most heavily profiled […]

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Baseball Prospectus Ranks Mets System 8th

An article by posted on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
Baseball Prospectus Ranks Mets System 8th

Baseball Prospectus released their Organizational Rankings on Wednesday, and the Mets came in 8th overall. That gives the Mets their second top ten ranking this year after Keith Law ranked them 6th earlier this month. Here’s some of what BP had to say about the Mets system: “Solid blend of pitching and positional talent, ranging from high-risk/high-reward types […]

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Beltran and Wright Defend Tejada Against Team’s Anonymous Jab

An article by posted on February 27, 2014 0 Comments
Beltran and Wright Defend Tejada Against Team’s Anonymous Jab

Andy Martino of the Daily News, wrote on Wednesday that former Met Carlos Beltran spent a few moments in the Yankee clubhouse wondering about the Ruben Tejada drama in Port St. Lucie. “What’s going on with (Ruben) Tejada?” Beltran asked Martino, referring to the negativity that has been surrounding the Mets shortstop.   Martino tells him that […]

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Taking A Look At The Mets’ Short-Comings

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
Taking A Look At The Mets’ Short-Comings

I’ll bet you a blueberry cheesecake from Juniors that someone will read the title, jump straight to the comments and start hammering me for knocking the Mets. Who wants to take that bet? It will take some getting used to for you newcomers to understand that post titles are to me what Playstation 4 is […]

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New York Mets Over/Unders

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
New York Mets Over/Unders

CBS Sports’ Eye on Baseball posted some over/under lines for the Mets. Wins: 77 Finish in NL East: 3 Ike Davis home runs: 16.5 Bartolo Colon wins: 12 Number of starters used at shortstop: 3.5 Number of Curtis Granderson home runs: 26 Zack Wheeler strikeouts: 165 Number of Matt Harvey starts: 6 Number of games worse than Yankees: 7.5 Let me add some logs into the fire: David Wright home runs: […]

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MMO Mail Bag: Which Mets Are Out Of Options?

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Mail Bag: Which Mets Are Out Of Options?

Joey B. asks… What happens if Ike Davis or Lucas Duda get sent down to the minors? Do they have to pass through waivers first and can another team just claim one of them like we claimed Eric Young Jr. from the Rockies last year? Joe D. replies… Good question. Even after all these years […]

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It’s Clear That Ike Davis Is The Best Option At First Base For The Mets

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
It’s Clear That Ike Davis Is The Best Option At First Base For The Mets

Ike Davis is two seasons removed from his breakout campaign in 2012, where he belted 32 homeruns. It’s such a rare feat in major league baseball to hit 30-plus homeruns that only 5-10% of players do this, on average, any given season. You can’t hit 30 homeruns in a season by accident. Davis gets a […]

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Alderson: Mets Would Be Logical Landing Spot For Stephen Drew

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
Alderson: Mets Would Be Logical Landing Spot For Stephen Drew

10:30 AM Quick update to this via MetsBlog: The Mets would be a logical landing spot for free-agent SS Stephen Drew, Sandy Alderson told MLB Network on Wednesday. However, he added, Drew and his agent, Scott Boras, are imploring a strategy that may keep him on the open market until June. ”In light of what Nelson Cruz got, […]

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