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Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez Is Dead Following A Boating Accident

An article by posted on September 25, 2016 0 Comments
Marlins Ace Jose Fernandez Is Dead Following A Boating Accident

I am at a loss of words for having to report this tragic news this morning: Multiple reporters have confirmed this morning that Marlins ace Jose Fernandez has been killed in a tragic boating accident. There are no other details that has been released at this time. Please check back here for updates as more details become available. […]

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Bartolo Throwing More Fastballs Than Ever

An article by posted on September 23, 2016 0 Comments
Bartolo Throwing More Fastballs Than Ever

During last night’s game between against the Phillies, Ron Darling lauded young starter Seth Lugo for recognizing that in order for someone to be a successful starter in the major leagues, they first have to establish their fastball in games. In Jeff Passan’s “25 Things You Didn’t Know About Baseball” piece for the Yahoo! Sports, […]

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Mets Fire Long-Time Minor League Medical Coordinator Mike Herbst

An article by posted on September 20, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Fire Long-Time Minor League Medical Coordinator Mike Herbst

The Mets have fired their long-time medical coordinator for the minor leagues, Mike Herbst, as reported by ESPN’s Adam Rubin. Herbst had been head trainer Ray Ramirez’s assistant at the big-league level in between his stints as the minor league medical coordinator. He also served as the athletic trainer for the Brooklyn Cyclones back in 2001. I’m sure […]

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Duda Will Return to Mets on Saturday

An article by posted on September 16, 2016 0 Comments
Duda Will Return to Mets on Saturday

Update – Lucas Duda will return to the Mets on Saturday at Citi Field according to Anthony DiComo of MLB.com. At first, he will be limited to pinch hitting duty. Duda hasn’t played in a game with the Mets since May 20th because of a stress fracture in his back. Lucas is currently on the […]

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Lagares to Come Off The DL Today, Will Be Strictly Defensive Replacement

An article by posted on September 16, 2016 0 Comments
Lagares to Come Off The DL Today, Will Be Strictly Defensive Replacement

Juan Lagares will be activated from the disabled list before tonight’s game, the team announced this afternoon. Lagares has been out since late-July with a torn ligament in his left hand, which he had been dealing with for months prior to opting for surgery. He has not yet taken any live batting practice, so he […]

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Cespedes, Walker, Colon Listed In Heyman’s Top 30 Free Agents

An article by posted on September 15, 2016 0 Comments
Cespedes, Walker, Colon Listed In Heyman’s Top 30 Free Agents

Earlier today, Jon Heyman of TodaysKnuckleball.com released his list of the top 30 players hitting the open market this winter, and predictions as to the deal they will land. Three Mets made Heyman’s list, including Yoenis Cespedes who came in as the number one sought after free agent this winter. Neil Walker and Bartolo Colon […]

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The Mets Infield of the Future Takes Shape

An article by posted on September 15, 2016 0 Comments
The Mets Infield of the Future Takes Shape

The blueprint for a great homegrown infield is generally regarded as the one that the LA Dodgers installed in 1973. It was in June of that year that the unit of Ron Cey (3B), Bill Russell (SS), Davey Lopes (2B), and Steve Garvey (1B) was installed in the lineup and allowed to gel. Interestingly enough, […]

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3 Up 3 Down: Mets Drop Series to Nats Despite Rivera’s Heroics

An article by posted on September 15, 2016 0 Comments
3 Up 3 Down: Mets Drop Series to Nats Despite Rivera’s Heroics

3 Up 1. Syndergaard Reaches 200 K’s Noah Syndergaard was absolutely fantastic in the middle game of the series down in DC. Thor went seven strong innings while allowing just one run on four hits. He struck out a total of 10 batters, putting his season total at 205. It was the first time he […]

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Bruce-Less? I Don’t Think So…

An article by posted on September 14, 2016 0 Comments
Bruce-Less? I Don’t Think So…

It was ugly… It was glaring… It was tough to take. Watching right fielder Jay Bruce strike out with the bases loaded in the first inning against Tanner Roark on Wednesday, in a game we lost 1-0 to the Washington Nationals, had my insides in an uproar. I’m not sure why it bothered me so […]

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Matz and deGrom May Combine To Replace Montero

An article by posted on September 14, 2016 0 Comments
Matz and deGrom May Combine To Replace Montero

So to sum it up, the Rafael Montero experiment failed. In 13.1 innings he walked 15 batters and allowed 15 hits, pitching to a 2.250 WHIP and a 8.10 ERA. Those numbers are obviously pretty terrible, so Terry needs to find a way to fill the gap he left in the rotation. With Steven Matz and Jacob […]

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Backman Discusses Decision To Resign, Mets Front Office, Future

An article by posted on September 13, 2016 0 Comments
Backman Discusses Decision To Resign, Mets Front Office, Future

Here is a recap and summary of Mike Francesa’s interview with Wally Backman this afternoon, which I live tweeted. Backman says he didn't feel respected. Says he passed along info on Rivera, Loney, Reyes who Mets then signed. Felt it was sign, time to go. — Metsmerized Online (@MetsMerized) September 13, 2016 Backman explained how […]

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