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Mets Morning Report: Mets Open Grapefruit League Season With Victory

An article by posted on February 25, 2017 0 Comments
Mets Morning Report: Mets Open Grapefruit League Season With Victory

Good Morning everyone. The New York Mets opened up Grapefruit league play with a crisp 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox. Michael Conforto and Travis d’Arnaud, two of the Mets who are both being looked at under a fine microscope in spring training got it going early for the boys from Queens. Conforto was […]

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David Wright To DH In Games Until Mid-March

An article by posted on February 22, 2017 0 Comments
David Wright To DH In Games Until Mid-March

Terry Collins spoke to reporters yesterday and mentioned that David Wright will likely DH in spring training games until mid-March. “He’s not going to play a lot of third base,” Collins said. “He is going to get a ton of ground balls, as much as we can get him, but he probably won’t play a […]

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Photos from PSL: David Wright Had A Busy Day, Throwing, Fielding, Batting

An article by posted on February 21, 2017 0 Comments
Photos from PSL: David Wright Had A Busy Day, Throwing, Fielding, Batting

Photo: Ed Delany, Metsmerized Online New York Mets third baseman David Wright threw the baseball on Tuesday, although it was on a back field away from prying eyes, two days after throwing for the first time since having season-ending neck surgery last June. “We don’t want him overexposed to where if he makes a bad throw, […]

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Long Time Mets Director Bill Webb Not Returning Full Time to SNY

An article by posted on February 21, 2017 0 Comments
Long Time Mets Director Bill Webb Not Returning Full Time to SNY

Neil Best of Newsday reports long time Mets director, Fox Sports director, and Sportscasting Hall of Fame member Bill Webb will not be returning full time to SNY for the 2017 season.  This will mark the first time in the history of SNY Webb has not been the full time director of Mets games. Sadly, […]

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Update: Wright Made Roughly 30 Throws Today, Felt Good Afterward

An article by posted on February 19, 2017 0 Comments
Update: Wright Made Roughly 30 Throws Today, Felt Good Afterward

According to manager Terry Collins, third baseman David Wright made about 30 throws at about 60-70 feet and took took 25 grounders today as eases his way back into playing condition. Wright also got into the cage and took batting practice, Collins said, but “still has a long way to go.” Wright met up with reporters and […]

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Should Mets Plot New Course For Captain To Help Him Last The Season?

An article by posted on February 15, 2017 0 Comments
Should Mets Plot New Course For Captain To Help Him Last The Season?

Nine at-bats. Over David Wright‘s 13-year career with the Mets, he has only pinch hit nine times. Not shocking for a player that was once a perennial All-Star, but this shows that despite his injury history David Wright either starts or sits. It is no secret that Terry Collins has a tough task ahead in […]

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Syndergaard Adds 17 Pounds of Muscle Before Camp

An article by posted on February 9, 2017 0 Comments
Syndergaard Adds 17 Pounds of Muscle Before Camp

One of the most common baseball cliches this time of year is the old “best shape of his life” descriptor. Sometimes it’s true and sometimes it’s all hype to feed an otherwise empty news cycle. In a detailed profile of Noah Syndergaard written by Ben Reiter of Sports Illustrated, it is revealed that the old […]

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Niese Schedules A Workout, Could He Interest Mets On Minor League Deal?

An article by posted on February 7, 2017 0 Comments
Niese Schedules A Workout, Could He Interest Mets On Minor League Deal?

According to Ken Davidoff of the New York Post, free agent left-handed pitcher Jon Niese will be working out on Wednesday in Florida for teams who may be interested in signing him.  At this time, it is unknown which teams will be attending the workout, however he was at Tradition Field on Monday training with […]

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Intentional Walks, Strike Zone Changes Proposed By MLB To MLBPA

An article by posted on February 6, 2017 0 Comments
Intentional Walks, Strike Zone Changes Proposed By MLB To MLBPA

Jayson Stark of ESPN reports that according to sources, Major League Baseball has made formal proposals to the MLB Players’ Union to raise the strike zone, as well as eliminating the requirement for pitchers to throw four pitches when issuing an intentional walk. The first proposal would raise the bottom of the strike zone to […]

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How Exactly Will Collins Work In Reyes?

An article by posted on February 5, 2017 0 Comments
How Exactly Will Collins Work In Reyes?

Among Mets manager Terry Collins‘ more interesting decisions this season will be where he’ll play Jose Reyes. Shortstop? Third base? Second base? The outfield? It has been a long time since Reyes played second – remember the Kaz Matsui fiasco? – and the outfield would be forcing the issue considering the Mets have a glut […]

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