Tag: NY Mets

A Day After Scoring A Baker’s Dozen, deGrom And His Merry Mets Take Game 2 Against Giants

An article by posted on May 1, 2016 0 Comments
A Day After Scoring A Baker’s Dozen, deGrom And His Merry Mets Take Game 2 Against Giants

USA Today Sports/Noah K. Murray A day after the merry Mets blasted the Giants for a baker’s dozen, they held on for a 6-5 win, their eighth in a row, boasting the longest streak in the major leagues this season. On Saturday, young Michael Conforto continued where he left off going 3-for-4 with a double, a […]

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Featured Article: All In From The Start For 2016 Mets

An article by posted on April 4, 2016 0 Comments
Featured Article: All In From The Start For 2016 Mets

An MMO Fan Shot by Laura (Mookie4Ever) Surviving as a lifelong Mets fan requires you to wall off your heart a little. You have to be cautious for your own sanity, because they will break your heart 14 out of 15 years. You naturally try not to get your hopes too high, so you can […]

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Featured Post: Can We Change Matt Harvey’s Future?

An article by posted on February 26, 2016 0 Comments
Featured Post: Can We Change Matt Harvey’s Future?

 An MMO Fan Shot by Laura (Mookie4ever)  Matt Harvey was asked recently about an extension deal with the Mets, and he said he would not shy away from it, and would consider it if the Mets offered. While not exactly a ringing declaration of lifetime Methood like other teammates have given, it seemed like a step […]

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Greed is Good… Except If You’re A Baseball Fan

An article by posted on January 31, 2016 0 Comments
Greed is Good… Except If You’re A Baseball Fan

If you’re Gordon Gekko greed is good. If you’re Bernie Sanders greed is bad. If you’re a baseball fan you wonder if MLB’s greed has a direct impact on winning the World Series. Although none of us like to admit it Baseball is a business. But what happens when the desire to make a buck […]

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Unraveling The Arrieta Enigma

An article by posted on October 18, 2015 0 Comments
Unraveling The Arrieta Enigma

There have been late bloomers before. Jamie Moyer didn’t really see any sustained success until the age of 33. Also at age 33 R.A. Dickey began a fantastic string of three seasons with the NY Mets where he posted a 39 – 28 record with a 2.95 era and a Cy Young in 2012. Hoyt […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Cespedes Has Made The Mets Offense Lethal

An article by posted on September 3, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Cespedes Has Made The Mets Offense Lethal

An MMO Fan Shot from Sgt. Kevin Belickis, USMC Entering play on July 31st, The New York Mets offense ranked at the bottom of the MLB at 3.56 runs per game. Let’s be honest with ourselves, they were horrible. They were three games over .500, but somehow just three games out of first place coming […]

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Mets Don’t View Kevin Plawecki As A Trade Chip

An article by posted on June 8, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Don’t View Kevin Plawecki As A Trade Chip

According to Mike Puma of the New York Post, the Mets do not view rookie catcher Kevin Plawecki as a potential trade chip this season, preferring instead to hang onto him as insurance for regular catcher Travis d’Arnaud. Last week, William Li made a strong case for hanging onto Plawecki, which you can read below. […]

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Some More Managerial Options For The Mets

An article by posted on May 18, 2015 0 Comments
Some More Managerial Options For The Mets

Couple of years back I wrote a piece where I detailed several alternatives to Terry Collins as Manager of the NY Mets. You can read it here if you are so inclined. Well, here we are two years later and wouldn’t you know it, Terry is still our manager. I guess none of the options I […]

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MMO Hall of Fame: Left Fielder Cleon Jones Was Always At Center Of Things

An article by posted on April 11, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Hall of Fame: Left Fielder Cleon Jones Was Always At Center Of Things

When he removed his Mets uniform for the final time he was our all-time leader in hits, runs, RBI’s, doubles and 2nd in batting average. There was no fanfare, no celebration of his achievements, no day honoring his accomplishments after a decade of playing in New York.  Instead, he lumbered away, head down, disgraced, a […]

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Framing A Defensive Argument For Travis d’Arnaud

An article by posted on February 13, 2015 0 Comments
Framing A Defensive Argument For Travis d’Arnaud

The following is an in depth look at Travis d’Arnaud’s overall value as a catcher.  The idea that he is incapable of being an everyday backstop is based on two conventional defensive metrics.  The lack of credit surrounding his framing skills leaves something to be desired though.  Stolen bases and passed balls rarely result in […]

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