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MLB Top 100 Prospects: Syndergaard, D’Arnaud, Montero Make The Grade

An article by posted on January 24, 2014 0 Comments
MLB Top 100 Prospects: Syndergaard, D’Arnaud, Montero Make The Grade

MLBPipeline.com revealed its annual Top 100 Prospects list, and the Mets had three representatives in Noah Syndergaard at No. 11, Travis d’Arnaud: No. 22 , and Rafael Montero: No. 85. Here is what they wrote: Noah Syndergaard: No. 11 overall; No. 3 RHP When the Mets landed Syndergaard last winter in the seven-player deal that made R.A. Dickey a Blue […]

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Love Is In The Air…

An article by posted on January 16, 2014 0 Comments
Love Is In The Air…

I’m sure that you’ve all heard about David Wright getting married to his longtime girlfriend Molly Beers, last month. Sorry ladies, he’s officially off the market. Wright, 31, tied the knot in California and most of his teammates both were all on hand. “For me it’s the next step to growing up and the next […]

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How The Mets’ 40 Man Roster Was Assembled

An article by posted on January 6, 2014 0 Comments
How The Mets’ 40 Man Roster Was Assembled

David Wright is now the Mets’ longest tenured player. The Mets 40 man roster presently has 38 occupants. 12 of those are occupied by players acquired during Sandy Alderson’s tenure. 25 were acquired under Omar Minaya. 1 was acquired under Steve Phillips. So how was the present 40 man roster assembled and by whom? Sandy […]

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How Many Current Mets Will Still Be Around For Amazins’ Next Championship?

An article by posted on December 15, 2013 0 Comments
How Many Current Mets Will Still Be Around For Amazins’ Next Championship?

This exercise was done in light of the questions concerning Flores’ and Lagares’ roster spots on who is the future for the Mets and who is just passing through. The headline may sound a bit optimistic, but we are looking identify the strengths and weaknesses on the roster. These opinions are my own and not […]

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We Want Your Mets Themed Holiday Songs!

An article by posted on December 14, 2013 0 Comments
We Want Your Mets Themed Holiday Songs!

The first submission of a Mets themed holiday sports song has arrived.  It would make New York Post sport columnist Mike Vaccaro proud.  The song was written by a lifetime New York Met fan from Rye, New York, named Robert Fuchs and is called “Let It Snow.” Met fans have until Wednesday, December 18, to […]

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MMO Mailbag: What If Mets Find Cash In Stocking?

An article by posted on December 12, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Mailbag: What If Mets Find Cash In Stocking?

Adam asks… Let’s just say the Mets move Ike Davis and Daniel Murphy, because for whatever reason they seem to believe Lucas Duda can be the long term answer at first base. (That’s a complaint for a whole other time) This should clear up some cash, but what do the Mets do with that cash? […]

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Winter Meetings: Bullpen Much Improved, But Mets Looking For Late-Inning Reliever

An article by posted on December 8, 2013 0 Comments
Winter Meetings: Bullpen Much Improved, But Mets Looking For Late-Inning Reliever

It’s not even Christmas, but it’s not too early to start looking at the bullpen for 2014.  The 40 man roster currently has eight relievers.  There are 6 or 7 open spots come Opening Day. Sandy Alderson is said to be looking for at least one late-inning reliever. Anthony DiComo of Mets.com reported that the Mets are […]

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MMO Exclusive Interview With RHP Erik Goeddel

An article by posted on November 25, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive Interview With RHP Erik Goeddel

Last week, the Mets the added left-hander Steven Matz and right-handers Jeff Walters, Jacob deGrom and Erik Goeddel to the 40 Man Roster, protecting those players from being selected in next month’s Rule 5 Draft. Since then, Goeddel has spawned more than a dozen emails to MMO as Mets fans were curious to know more […]

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Discipline vs. Patience and The Mets’ Offensive Philosophy

An article by posted on November 25, 2013 0 Comments
Discipline vs. Patience and The Mets’ Offensive Philosophy

The terms “discipline at the plate” and “patience at the plate” come up quite often when discussing hitters’ approaches at the plate—especially if you are a Mets fan. This notion that the organization is teaching their hitters to be more patient is a questionable one to say the least. The two terms sound like they […]

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MMO Fan Shot: Sandy Takes a Necessary Risk

An article by posted on November 24, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: Sandy Takes a Necessary Risk

Editor’s Note: As a true Orange and Blue Mets Fan Site that has posted differing opinions from the fanbase for over nine years, we now get well over 50 Fan Shots a month and 500 a year. And they are all so passionate and brilliant, reflecting a rich and diverse fan base who loves their […]

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