Tag: New York Mets

Mets Morning Report: David Wright Continues To Throw In Secrecy

An article by posted on 22/02/2017 0 Comments
Mets Morning Report: David Wright Continues To Throw In Secrecy

Good Morning everyone. New York Mets captain, David Wright continued his throwing program on Tuesday as he played catch from 60-70 feet, making approximately 30 throws. Wright continues to make his throws away from admiring eyes as he looks to get his arm back to game shape while reportedly doing so on unknown backfields. Manager, […]

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So You Think You Know The Mets: Distinguished Service Honorees

An article by posted on 19/02/2017 0 Comments
So You Think You Know The Mets: Distinguished Service Honorees

It would be an easy task for most Met fans to run off a list of the Top 10 Mets of All-Time if I asked them, and for the most part each top ten list would look remarkably similar – give or take one or two names. However, what about some of those players who […]

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MMO Exclusive Interview: 2016 First Rounder Justin Dunn

An article by posted on 18/02/2017 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive Interview: 2016 First Rounder Justin Dunn

The New York Mets added yet another high upside pitcher to their system last year, drafting and signing Boston College right-hander Justin Dunn in the first round of the MLB Draft (19th overall). The Freeport native grew up just thirty minutes from Shea Stadium and Citi Field, attending many games as a youth. Dunn, 21, […]

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Pitching Expert Says Noah Syndergaard Is At Risk For Injury

An article by posted on 18/02/2017 0 Comments
Pitching Expert Says Noah Syndergaard Is At Risk For Injury

New York Mets fans might want to look away from this one. One of baseball’s best pitching gurus has some potential bad news for the Mets and their ace. Noah Syndergaard will likely be injured by “the second week of June.” Those are the words of pitching expert Tom House. House was formerly the Texas […]

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Mets Hope New Batting Stance Helps Travis d’Arnaud

An article by posted on 18/02/2017 0 Comments
Mets Hope New Batting Stance Helps Travis d’Arnaud

Travis d’Arnaud was a huge disappointment for the New York Mets this past season hitting only .247/.307/.323 in 75 games. His swing has so much going on, and the Mets need to fix it, and fast. He spent time this offseason working with hitting coach Kevin Long rebuilding his batting setup. This week as pitchers […]

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A Day At Tradition Field In Pictures

An article by posted on 17/02/2017 0 Comments
A Day At Tradition Field In Pictures

New York Mets pitchers and catchers have now been in camp for six days and here I will show you some of my best pictures from the week. Above is the infectious smile of the Mets top prospect Amed Rosario. He’s been working hard this offseason and even added some upper body strength. Look at […]

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How Should Granderson Be Utilized in Center Field?

An article by posted on 17/02/2017 0 Comments
How Should Granderson Be Utilized in Center Field?

In the past three seasons Juan Lagares has been the New York Mets center fielder on Opening Day, but that will most likely change in 2017 with Curtis Granderson getting the start. Granderson, now the Mets elder statesman at 35, is in the final year of his four-year contract and could be playing a majority […]

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Jeurys Familia Leaves Camp For Personal Matter

An article by posted on 17/02/2017 0 Comments
Jeurys Familia Leaves Camp For Personal Matter

Jeurys Familia left camp in Port St. Lucie today before workouts because of a personal matter according to Mike Puma of the New York Post. Familia is expected back in camp on Saturday according to Terry Collins. The New York Mets closer already arrived to camp late because of visa issues. Uncertainty still surrounds Familia […]

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Remembering Gary “Kid” Carter

An article by posted on 16/02/2017 0 Comments
Remembering Gary “Kid” Carter

Five years ago today, this world lost an amazing person. Known not just as a great ball player but an even better man, Gary Carter lost his battle with brain cancer on February 16, 2012. Given the nickname “The Kid” for his shear joy of the game, Carter was known for his big infectious smile […]

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Zack Wheeler Plays Catch, Aiming For Weekend Bullpen

An article by posted on 16/02/2017 0 Comments
Zack Wheeler Plays Catch, Aiming For Weekend Bullpen

Zack Wheeler played catch today for about 10 minutes with New York Mets pitching coach Dan Warthen with no ill effects. This coming the day after it was reported that he felt some “tenderness” in his right elbow after a recent bullpen session. Wheeler was scheduled to throw a bullpen session on Friday in Port […]

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