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Mets Are Having A Lot Of Fun, Let’s Join Them

An article by posted on September 25, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Are Having A Lot Of Fun, Let’s Join Them

Repeat after me, fellow Mets fans: The Mets are in first place. The Mets have 7.5 game lead with nine games remaining. The team chasing the Mets stinks. If you say those three phrases three times and still won’t back down from the ledge, I can’t help you. Look, I get it. It’s human nature […]

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Familia Just One Save Away From Mets All-Time Record

An article by posted on September 25, 2015 0 Comments
Familia Just One Save Away From Mets All-Time Record

If there was ever any doubt of whether or not Jeurys Familia was the same pitcher after his last outing on Wednesday night at Citi Field, those concerns have been erased. Just 24 hours ago, someone started a rumor that Familia has been suffering from a dead arm. On Wednesday night, as many of you […]

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Conforto Will Continue To Sit Against LHP

An article by posted on September 23, 2015 0 Comments
Conforto Will Continue To Sit Against LHP

Michael Conforto has had an incredible rookie campaign, batting .284 with a .360 OBP and .892 OPS in 161 plate appearances since his promotion from Double-A Binghamton on July 25. His production has also been a significant part of the Mets’ offensive resurgence as his 11 doubles, eight homers and 23 RBI would attest. However, […]

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Mike Piazza Believes In The 2015 Mets

An article by posted on September 21, 2015 0 Comments
Mike Piazza Believes In The 2015 Mets

Former Mets All-Star catcher Mike Piazza threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Sunday’s Subway Series finale at Citi Field. He expressed confidence in the 2015 Mets as they move closer to clinching the playoffs for the first time in nine years. “You start believing you can beat anybody, that’s the key,” said Piazza. “It […]

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Should Cohen Cut In On Howie and Lewin For Postseason Radio Broadcasts?

An article by posted on September 20, 2015 0 Comments
Should Cohen Cut In On Howie and Lewin For Postseason Radio Broadcasts?

Bob Raissman of the Daily News doesn’t sound like a big fan of Mets TV play-by-play man Gary Cohen. Raissman ripped into Cohen, accusing him of big-footing it in 2006 when he pushed his way into the radio booth for the Mets postseason broadcasts. He hopes that doesn’t happen again this time around. “The last […]

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There’s Something Amazin’ Going On In New York This Summer

An article by posted on September 19, 2015 0 Comments
There’s Something Amazin’ Going On In New York This Summer

I’ve written about the New York dynamic and the bitterness it tends to spur from Mets/Jets/Islanders crowd towards the Yankees/Giants/Rangers crowd in two different books now. It’s been going on forever. Howie Rose told me in two different interviews about the difference in recognition, credit, comparison, and pretty much everything else when it comes to […]

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Matz Prepared For Most Important Start Of His Career

An article by posted on September 18, 2015 0 Comments
Matz Prepared For Most Important Start Of His Career

In what will be the biggest start of his young career, Steven Matz appears completely unfazed by the pressure of tonight’s start against the Yankees. The crowd at Citi Field will be electric, and the tough Yankees’ lineup, that ranks second in the MLB in runs scored, will pose a challenging threat to the Mets’ […]

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Keith Hernandez Compares Terry Collins To Whitey Herzog

An article by posted on September 18, 2015 0 Comments
Keith Hernandez Compares Terry Collins To Whitey Herzog

Mets color broadcaster Keith Hernandez made some interesting comments about Terry Collins in an article from the St. Louis Post Dispatch. “Terry has done a great job of managing everybody, just like Whitey used to,” Hernandez said. “Mixing and matching, making everybody feel a part of the club.” Of course, the famous Whitey Herzog helped […]

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Sandy Alderson is Strong Candidate for MLB Executive of the Year

An article by posted on September 17, 2015 0 Comments
Sandy Alderson is Strong Candidate for MLB Executive of the Year

In his latest article for ESPN Insider, Jim Bowden includes Sandy Alderson among seven general managers he believes are the top candidates for MLB’s Executive of the Year award. “The Mets had a quiet offseason; the signing of outfielder Michael Cuddyer was their only significant move. In this case, Alderson’s best moves were the ones […]

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Matt Harvey Won’t Go Deep Against Yankees

An article by posted on September 17, 2015 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Won’t Go Deep Against Yankees

Matt Harvey‘s next start will be on Sunday night against the crosstown rival New York Yankees, but the question on everyone’s mind will be, how much will Harvey pitch in that game, given that Matt is approaching his innings limit? “We’re going to keep a very close eye on him,” manager Terry Collins said. “The Yankees will […]

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Cespedes Very Happy Being With Mets

An article by posted on September 17, 2015 0 Comments
Cespedes Very Happy Being With Mets

Ken Davidoff of the New York Post spoke with Yoenis Cespedes at the offices of his representatives at Roc Nation and discussed his time and potential future with the Mets. As far as how he’s enjoyed his time in New York so far and the reception he’s received from fans, Cespedes said: “I’m very happy here. […]

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