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Harvey Has Partially Torn UCL, Tommy John Surgery Not Being Ruled Out

An article by posted on August 26, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Has Partially Torn UCL, Tommy John Surgery Not Being Ruled Out

Update 4:15 PM According to Marc Carig, Mets right-hander Matt Harvey underwent an MRI at the Hospital for Special Surgery this morning for an undisclosed reason and WFAN’s Mike Francesa is reporting that Matt Harvey has a partially torn UCL. Sandy Alderson held a press conference and said that Matt Harvey will likely be shutdown for the […]

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MMO Exclusive: Chasen Bradford Talks Baseball, Family and Life as a Mets Prospect

An article by posted on August 26, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Chasen Bradford Talks Baseball, Family and Life as a Mets Prospect

New York Mets right-handed pitching prospect Chasen Bradford was kind enough to grant me an interview which I’m pleased to share with MMO. Chasen was drafted by the Mets in the 35th round of the 2011 MLB Draft and he always stood out to me as someone who did not get the attention he deserved. Chasen has […]

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Offensive Barrage Lifts Cyclones Over Valleycats

An article by posted on August 26, 2013 0 Comments
Offensive Barrage Lifts Cyclones Over Valleycats

Brooklyn Cyclones’ manager Rich Donnelly has said on many occasions this summer that runs in the New York-Penn League are as precious as gold. But based on the past few games, his team has been filthy rich. The Cyclones pounded out 15 hits in an 8-1 victory Monday night at MCU Park over the Tri-City […]

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MMO Players of the Week: Two Lefties and a Byrd

An article by posted on August 26, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Players of the Week: Two Lefties and a Byrd

This week in Mets baseball started out fairly well. Despite dropping the last two games of a four game set in San Diego, the Mets made the most of their make up game in Minnesota with a 6-1 win and, the following day, put up a performance that seemed to be a promising sign: scoring […]

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Lucas Duda Is Glad To Be Back Even If It’s In A Reduced Role

An article by posted on August 25, 2013 0 Comments
Lucas Duda Is Glad To Be Back Even If It’s In A Reduced Role

Yesterday, after the team recalled Lucas Duda from Triple-A Las Vegas and optioned outfielder Mike Baxter back to the minors, the former everyday left fielder for the Mets was all smiles. “Anytime you’re in the big leagues everything is good,” Duda said. ”I wasn’t hitting too good in my rehab assignment, so it is what it is. […]

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Buck Will Catch Harvey In His All Star Showdown With Scherzer

An article by posted on August 24, 2013 0 Comments
Buck Will Catch Harvey In His All Star Showdown With Scherzer

It’s not exactly the fight of the century or even the Thrilla In Manilla, but when the Mets’ Matt Harvey and the Tigers’ Max Scherzer oppose each other on Saturday at Citi Field, it will mark the first time in MLB history that both All-Star Game starters have faced off at any point during the same […]

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Tigers vs Mets: Harvey Duels Scherzer In A Gunfight At O.K. Corral

An article by posted on August 24, 2013 0 Comments
Tigers vs Mets: Harvey Duels Scherzer In A Gunfight At O.K. Corral

Detroit Tigers at New York Mets Citi Field • 4:05 PM Max Scherzer (18-1, 2.82) vs Matt Harvey (9-4, 2.25) Starting Lineup Eric Young, Jr. LF Daniel Murphy 2B Marlon Byrd RF Ike Davis 1B Wilmer Flores 3B Juan Lagares CF John Buck C Omar Quintanilla SS Matt Harvey RHP Game Notes Matt Harvey will be a part […]

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DePodesta On Why It’s Taking So Long For Mets To Show Winning Results

An article by posted on August 23, 2013 0 Comments
DePodesta On Why It’s Taking So Long For Mets To Show Winning Results

I want to thank Liz Peterson from Nautilus, who was kind enough to allow us to share an interview one of her writers, Kevin Berger, conducted with the Mets Vice President of Player Development Paul DePodesta. In the interview, DePodesta discusses his early years with the Cleveland Indians and Oakland A’s as well as the […]

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Six-Man Rotation Makes Sense For Mets And Their Stable Of Young Arms

An article by posted on August 23, 2013 0 Comments
Six-Man Rotation Makes Sense For Mets And Their Stable Of Young Arms

It is becoming more and more evident that quality pitching is the hub of a pending baseball renaissance in New York’s Citi Field. Win or lose, a cadre of young pitching arms have kept the Mets competitive in Flushing for some two months now with Met pitching underlings tearing up the minor leagues at every […]

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Is Juan Lagares An Everyday Center Fielder?

An article by posted on August 21, 2013 0 Comments
Is Juan Lagares An Everyday Center Fielder?

YES!!! Mets righthander Dillon Gee credits his improved performance to his defense because he doesn’t have to be afraid to pitch to contact, he especially singles out Juan Lagares. “It gives you confidence to keep attacking because you know you’ve got guys out there that are playing hard and making all the plays for you,” […]

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