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Conforto And Walker Both Homer In Return To Lineup

An article by posted on June 17, 2016 0 Comments
Conforto And Walker Both Homer In Return To Lineup

The depleted New York Mets offense found some help Thursday night as two of its best returned to the starting lineup. Both Neil Walker and Michael Conforto returned from injury and immediately had a big impact in the team’s 6-4 win over Pittsburgh. Conforto, 23, had been marred in his roughest patch as a major […]

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The Mets Need To Hit “More” Homeruns

An article by posted on June 14, 2016 0 Comments
The Mets Need To Hit “More” Homeruns

Let’s start with the obvious.  In each and every at-bat, the optimal result is the homerun.  One through nine, you want each and every one of your batters to hit a homerun each and every time at the plate.  That’s not always going to happen.  As a result, you are going to have to build […]

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On Being a Mets Fan in College

An article by posted on June 14, 2016 0 Comments
On Being a Mets Fan in College

College is supposed to be about finding an identity. That’s what they tell you when you first walk in past the gates into a crowded dorm full of strangers. Personally, I was fortunate to come in with one. The identity of being a Mets fan is a badge of honor that I’ve worn ever since […]

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Terry Collins Gets Clean Bill Of Health, Back With Team

An article by posted on June 13, 2016 0 Comments
Terry Collins Gets Clean Bill Of Health, Back With Team

Manager Terry Collins was released from a Milwaukee hospital Monday after completing an overnight stay for precautionary tests. Collins, 67, got a clean bill of health and all his tests came back negative, the team announced. He took a flight back to New York and will return to the dugout on Tuesday when the Mets […]

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MMO Exclusive: Jason Bay Wishes Things Could Have Been Better With Mets

An article by posted on June 13, 2016 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Jason Bay Wishes Things Could Have Been Better With Mets

From All-Star to disappointment; that’s what fans saw as Jason Bay took the podium last night representing the Pirates at the 2016 MLB Draft. Pittsburgh fans had a two-time All-Star and a middle-of-the-order slugger. Mets fans, however, saw what could have been, rather than what was. Bay, in the area for the first time since […]

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Mets Option Logan Verrett To Triple-A, Promote RHP Erik Goeddel

An article by posted on June 12, 2016 0 Comments
Mets Option Logan Verrett To Triple-A, Promote RHP Erik Goeddel

The New York Mets have optioned swing man Logan Verrett to Triple-A Las Vegas and called up righty reliever Erik Goeddel. Assistant GM John Ricco made the announcement and said the team needed a fresh arm for the bullpen. He will be here in time for the game. Verrett surrendered three homers in yesterday’s loss to […]

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David Freese Is A Good Fit IF He’s Available

An article by posted on June 10, 2016 0 Comments
David Freese Is A Good Fit IF He’s Available

Despite the Pirates being in the thick of the Wild Card race, and there being no reason to expect for them to drop out of the race, Jon Heyman of Today’s Knuckleball wrote that the Pirates could be willing to part with David Freese at the trade deadline.  Heyman believes Freese would be a nice fit […]

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MLB Draft: Mets Select First Baseman Peter Alonso In Second Round

An article by posted on June 10, 2016 0 Comments
MLB Draft: Mets Select First Baseman Peter Alonso In Second Round

The New York Mets have selected first baseman Peter Alonso out of the University of Florida with the 64th overall pick in the 2016 first-year player draft. The 21-year old right-handed slugger has seen his stock climb in recent weeks. His improved contact rate and plus raw power makes him very attractive. More likely to stick at […]

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MLB Draft: Mets Select UConn LHP Anthony Kay With No. 31 Pick

An article by posted on June 9, 2016 0 Comments
MLB Draft: Mets Select UConn LHP Anthony Kay With No. 31 Pick

With the No.31 selection of the MLB Draft, the New York Mets selected left-hander Anthony Kay out of UConn. Kay went 9-2 this season and helped lead the Huskies to the NCAA Tournament. Posting a 2.65 ERA in 17 starts, Kay’s 263 strikeouts set a new UConn strikeout record that was previously held by Matt Barnes, […]

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It Must Get Worse, Before It Can Get Better

An article by posted on June 9, 2016 0 Comments
It Must Get Worse, Before It Can Get Better

As a disclaimer, what I am about to write is not how I WANT things to be.  It is not what the Mets’ fan base deserves.  However, as Clint Eastwood taught us in The Unforgiven, and Snoop from The Wire later so eloquently reiterated, “Deserves got nothin’ to do with it”. Assistance with the Mets new hurt […]

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What to Expect from the Mets vs Brewers

An article by posted on June 9, 2016 0 Comments
What to Expect from the Mets vs Brewers

At this point in the year, you never want to get your hopes up too high heading into a series. With that said, it is hard not to when you’re about to face one of the worst teams in the National League. The Mets and Brewers always serve up good battles and this coming set […]

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