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Ron Darling Will Do Play-By-Play For Spring Games

An article by posted on February 13, 2015 0 Comments
Ron Darling Will Do Play-By-Play For Spring Games

Mets color commentator and pitching analyst, Ron Darling, will call seven of SNY’s sixteen televised spring training games starting next month (Newsday). Darling asked executive producer Curt Gowdy Jr. about the role, and he decided to give Darling a chance at it. “I wanted the versatility,” said Darling, an SNY analyst since 2006 and also […]

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Steve Phillips Recollects Acquiring Mike Piazza

An article by posted on February 11, 2015 0 Comments
Steve Phillips Recollects Acquiring Mike Piazza

Today former Mets General Manager Steve Phillips discussed his decision to acquire Mike Piazza in a blockbuster trade with the Florida Marlins on MLB Network Radio (Metsblog). He explained that the best trade is often the one that you don’t make. “Back in 1997, 1998, we had a good little team with the Mets, but […]

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Mets First Draft Pick Will Be 53rd Overall

An article by posted on February 11, 2015 0 Comments
Mets First Draft Pick Will Be 53rd Overall

The order for the MLB draft is now set with James Shields signing with the San Diego Padres. Since the Mets forfeited their first round pick to sign free agent Michael Cuddyer, they will not make a selection until number 53 during the second round according to Baseball America. This is the first draft during […]

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Mets Have Six Prospects On Baseball Prospectus Top 101

An article by posted on February 9, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Have Six Prospects On Baseball Prospectus Top 101

Baseball Prospectus released their Top 101 Prospects for the 2015 season, and once again the Mets figure very prominently with Noah Syndergaard leading our contingent with an impressive No. 9 ranking overall. Following Syndergaard at No. 33 is left-handed pitcher Steven Matz who has resurrected his top prospect billing after a spectacular performance last season. […]

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Will Mets Keep It Together When The Bill Comes Due?

An article by posted on February 5, 2015 0 Comments
Will Mets Keep It Together When The Bill Comes Due?

Joel Sherman of the New York Post is anxious to see how the Mets will keep this young core of talent, that they’ve asked fans to wait five years for, intact once they start getting expensive. “Matt Harvey will see his salary begin a significant climb next offseason when he is first-time arbitration eligible. Zack […]

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MMO Fan Shot: An Evening With Sandy Alderson

An article by posted on February 5, 2015 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: An Evening With Sandy Alderson

An MMO Fan Shot by Matt Stephens In 2013 the Mets hosted an event where you could ask Sandy Alderson questions. It was pretty lame. It was right in the midst of the Michael Bourn saga, and every question was about that. It wasn’t fun. This time around I think things went a little better. […]

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Featured Post: A Call For Optimism As New Season Approaches

An article by posted on February 4, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: A Call For Optimism As New Season Approaches

We all come to this website for the same reason; we all love the Mets.  While we all love the Mets, we may not all love what has been going on with our team.  We may disagree about the owners, the manager, the coaches and whom they trot out there, but one thing we cannot […]

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Rockies Sign Free Agent RHP Kyle Kendrick

An article by posted on February 3, 2015 0 Comments
Rockies Sign Free Agent RHP Kyle Kendrick

Free agent RHP Kyle Kendrick has agreed to a one-year deal worth $5.5 million with the Colorado Rockies, according to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. Only a two hours ago, Jayson Stark of ESPN.com reported that Colorado was looking to add another starting pitcher, and indicated Kendrick and Dillon Gee as possibilities. Original Post 3:30 PM […]

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Ranking the NL East Left Fielders

An article by posted on January 31, 2015 0 Comments
Ranking the NL East Left Fielders

1. Jayson Werth (Nationals) – While the depth chart on the official MLB website is still listing Bryce Harper as the left fielder, the Nationals have announced that Werth and Harper are swapping corner outfield spots. Even though Werth underwent arthroscopic shoulder surgery on January 9th and he may not be ready for Opening Day, […]

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New Commish Wants To Eliminate Defensive Shifts

An article by posted on January 27, 2015 0 Comments
New Commish Wants To Eliminate Defensive Shifts

It’s his first day as the new Commissioner of Major League Baseball, and Rob Manfred is already causing a stir. In an interview with ESPN, Manfred stated he wanted to “modernize” the game. Said Manfred in the interview: “I would be aggressive about using the clock over the long haul, I think it’s a helpful […]

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