Tag: Terry Collins

Mets End Season On High Note, Besting Brewers In Season Finale 3-2

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Mets End Season On High Note, Besting Brewers In Season Finale 3-2

That’s a Wrap! In a game in which the Mets honored one of the greatest players to ever play in Flushing, the Amazin’s played like a contending baseball team, concluding their 2013 season on a high note, besting the Brewers 3-2. Eric Young Jr. led things off with a soft single to center for the […]

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Collins’ New Deal To Be Announced Monday, All Coaches Will Be Invited Back

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Collins’ New Deal To Be Announced Monday, All Coaches Will Be Invited Back

Updated 9/29 Andy Martino reports: Terry Collins and the Mets do not have a deal yet for a contract extension, but they are very close.  People familiar with the negotiations told the Daily News to expect a news conference midday Monday to announce a two-year, approximately $2 million deal for the manager (that’s a raise […]

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Montero, Syndergaard, deGrom Unlikely To Break Camp With Mets Next Spring

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Montero, Syndergaard, deGrom Unlikely To Break Camp With Mets Next Spring

Terry Collins said before the weekend, that it was unlikely that prospects Jacob deGrom, Rafael Montero and Noah Syndergaard will break camp with the team to open the 2014 season. It’s not very surprising to be perfectly honest as money still guides every decision this franchise makes. The Mets will attempt to keep all three […]

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Video: Terry Collins On 2014, Murphy, Lagares, More…

An article by posted on September 29, 2013 0 Comments
Video: Terry Collins On 2014, Murphy, Lagares, More…

Here is the video I shot of Terry Collins, who held his last pre-game presser of the 2013 season a short while ago. “We’ve been talking about 2014 for two years now…talk is pretty much over, it’s time to play.” Terry Collins with high praise of Daniel Murphy, saying the team should model his ability […]

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No End In Sight, Even As 2013 Comes To A Close

An article by posted on September 29, 2013 0 Comments
No End In Sight, Even As 2013 Comes To A Close

With Saturday’s loss, the Mets have clinched themselves a protected draft pick. However, it is starting to seem like this will be irrelevant. Reports on Friday indicated that the Mets do not plan on pursuing any of the top free agents, with the possible exception of Shin-Soo Choo, who will likely cost more than what […]

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A Mets Penultimatum

An article by posted on September 29, 2013 0 Comments
A Mets Penultimatum

Phew, the protected pick is safe! That’s some great managing by Terry Collins – now the Mets won’t lose a draft choice when they make the big run on free agents and true major league talent that has always been promised for the historic winter of 2013-14. Scott Atchison, who I still maintain looks great […]

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Another Season Fades Into The Books

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Another Season Fades Into The Books

There will be a twinge of sadness in the air for the New York Mets this afternoon at Citi Field, as the final day of the season means dreams and hopes long forgotten. It means the expectations of spring have died, that there is no more time, that precious little – if anything – can […]

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This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “What If” Edition

An article by posted on September 28, 2013 0 Comments
This Day In Mets Infamy With Rusty: The “What If” Edition

Warning !!  What you are about to see is an exercise in futility. What if Johan Santana didn’t blow out his surgically repaired shoulder again during Spring Training ? What if Shaun Marcum pitched anywhere near the numbers on the back of his baseball card ? What if Matt Harvey didn’t injure his elbow – […]

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Mets Fall Short in Gee’s Final Start of the Year

An article by posted on September 26, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Fall Short in Gee’s Final Start of the Year

The Mets (73-86) lost to the Brewers (72-87) by a score of 4-2 on Thursday night at Citi Field. Dillon Gee took the ball for the final time this season, and struggled a bit. Dillon gave up 2 walks and 4 singles in the 2nd inning, which allowed Milwaukee to score the only 4 runs they […]

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Niese Will Pitch The Season Finale

An article by posted on September 26, 2013 0 Comments
Niese Will Pitch The Season Finale

Terry Collins told reporters that Jon Niese will start in the season finale against the Brewers on Sunday. After his last start on Tuesday, Collins said that there was a strong possibility that Niese would be shutdown for the season based on different factors. Niese missed nearly two months of this season rehabbing from a partially […]

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