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Mets Promote Kevin Plawecki, Hansel Robles Following Injuries

An article by posted on April 19, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Promote Kevin Plawecki, Hansel Robles Following Injuries

According to Mets general manager Sandy Alderson, the team has promoted their #2 top prospect Kevin Plawecki and their #22 top prospect Hansel Robles in the wake of the injuries to Travis d’Arnaud and Jerry Blevins during today’s game against the Marlins. Kevin Plawecki, a Mets first round pick in 2012, was “very close to […]

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D’Arnaud Says Umps Got Challenge Right… He’s Wrong…

An article by posted on April 17, 2015 0 Comments
D’Arnaud Says Umps Got Challenge Right… He’s Wrong…

Tag… Yerrrr Out!!! Here’s the lowdown from the Associated Press: On third after a pinch-hit triple in the seventh, Ichiro Suzuki took off on an infield grounder, stopped and then kept going when catcher Travis d’Arnaud reached for a wide throw. Suzuki and d’Arnaud both made headfirst dives — Suzuki missed the plate by an […]

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David Wright Placed On 15-Day DL; Eric Campbell Recalled

An article by posted on April 15, 2015 0 Comments
David Wright Placed On 15-Day DL; Eric Campbell Recalled

Mets captain David Wright has been placed on the 15-day disabled list, the team announced. Eric Campbell was removed from Triple-A Las Vegas’ game last night and headed to New York when Wright came up lame after sliding awkwardly into second base in the eighth inning of Tuesday nights game. Wright was diagnosed with a […]

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Opening Day From Verizon Suite

An article by posted on April 15, 2015 0 Comments
Opening Day From Verizon Suite

It was an awesome experience to be able to take in the Mets opening day game on Monday against the Phillies from the Verizon Wireless Suite. We can’t thank the company enough for this awesome experience and opportunity to watch the game from such a unique perspective. The Verizon suite is located just above the […]

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DeGrom Excited To Pitch In Mets’ Home Opener

An article by posted on April 13, 2015 0 Comments
DeGrom Excited To Pitch In Mets’ Home Opener

After a 3-3 road trip to begin the season, the Mets are gearing up for their home opener today against the Phillies. Mets rookie sensation, Jacob deGrom, will get the start, and he is looking to build off of last year’s extraordinary success. “I think it should be something he should remember for a long […]

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Familia Converts His First Save of the Season

An article by posted on April 13, 2015 0 Comments
Familia Converts His First Save of the Season

On Sunday, after Terry Collins relied on left-hander Jerry Blevins to get A.J. Pierzynski to ground out for the first out in the ninth against the Braves, he motioned to the bullpen for the right-hander and in came Jeurys Familia for his first save opportunity of the season. Familia passed his first test by striking […]

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John Mayberry Jr Will Play Regularly vs Lefties

An article by posted on April 11, 2015 0 Comments
John Mayberry Jr Will Play Regularly vs Lefties

Mets manager Terry Collins mentioned that Mets reserve John  Mayberry Jr will start regularly vs left handed pitching due to his success vs southpaws. That will likely affect Lucas Duda and Curtis Granderson’s playing time. (Adam Rubin, ESPN) Mayberry signed with the Mets on Dec. 12 for $1.45 million. He made his first start on […]

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Undrafted Prospect T.J. Rivera Impressing Mets

An article by posted on April 10, 2015 0 Comments
Undrafted Prospect T.J. Rivera Impressing Mets

Mets prospect and Bronx native T.J. Rivera was undrafted out of Troy University in Alabama. But so far in the minor leagues, he is making the Mets notice writes Adam Rubin of ESPN. Last season at Class-A St Lucie and Double-A Binghamton combined, he hit .349 with 5 home runs and 75 RBIs in 453 […]

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Mets Broadcast Team Optimistic About Mets This Season

An article by posted on April 8, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Broadcast Team Optimistic About Mets This Season

The Mets broadcast provided their thoughts on several on several hot button topics in an interview with Steve Serby of the NY Post. Here are some of their most interesting responses. 90 wins or less? Darling: 90 wins is a lot of wins when you’re coming from 79. That being said, it’s an 11-win jump. It’s […]

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Mets Must Continue To Beat Nationals Consistently In 2015

An article by posted on April 8, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Must Continue To Beat Nationals Consistently In 2015

The Mets went a dismal 4-15 last season against their division rival, Nationals. If the Mets want to be a superior team this season, they must do better against their rival from D.C. who’s considered not only the top team in the NL East but maybe the best in baseball. “This is a team we […]

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