Tag: two months

Chris Young Was Our Top Performer This Spring

An article by posted on March 29, 2014 0 Comments
Chris Young Was Our Top Performer This Spring

With Spring Training now at an end, I wondered which player delivered the best performance… and separated himself from the rest of the pack… We had plenty of players that stood out and turned in a solid spring campaign, but which one was this year’s top Mets player in Grapefruit League play? I posed this […]

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Syndergaard’s Double-A Season Was Better Than You Think

An article by posted on November 18, 2013 0 Comments
Syndergaard’s Double-A Season Was Better Than You Think

I swear that over the past two months that Noah Syndergaard is the most talked about pitching prospect in all of baseball. It’s amazing, but everytime I turn around someone somewhere is gushing over the Mets’ prized righthander. While reading Baseball Prospectus, I came across a recent article in which they pointed out that Thor’s overall numbers […]

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Scott Boras: “Harvey Will Have Surgery In About A Week”

An article by posted on October 15, 2013 0 Comments
Scott Boras: “Harvey Will Have Surgery In About A Week”

Mets pitcher Matt Harvey will have Tommy John surgery in about a week, his agent Scott Boras said, in a report by Marc Carig of Newsday. “Logic prevailed,” Boras said of Harvey, who began the early stages of rehab before choosing surgery to repair a partially torn UCL in his right elbow. A team official told […]

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Niese Will Pitch The Season Finale

An article by posted on September 26, 2013 0 Comments
Niese Will Pitch The Season Finale

Terry Collins told reporters that Jon Niese will start in the season finale against the Brewers on Sunday. After his last start on Tuesday, Collins said that there was a strong possibility that Niese would be shutdown for the season based on different factors. Niese missed nearly two months of this season rehabbing from a partially […]

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Degree Of UCL Tear Will Determine If Surgery’s An Option; Why Was Collins In The Dark?

An article by posted on August 28, 2013 0 Comments
Degree Of UCL Tear Will Determine If Surgery’s An Option; Why Was Collins In The Dark?

Now that we’ve all had 48 hours to consider the big blow of losing our ace Matt Harvey, I can’t help but wonder about some things that were said during the press conference when GM Sandy Alderson, manager Terry Collins, and of course Matt Harvey all delivered the somber news and then fielded questions from […]

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LaTroy Hawkins Emerges As Mets’ Best Option To Close Games

An article by posted on August 10, 2013 0 Comments
LaTroy Hawkins Emerges As Mets’ Best Option To Close Games

Despite last night’s walk-off loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Mets bullpen has been very effective for over two months now. You would think that losing their closer Bobby Parnell to a bulging disk, would’ve been the death blow for the Mets’ pen, but in all honesty a few relievers have stepped up – and in a big […]

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Niese Completes Rehab, Slated To Start Sunday Against D’Backs

An article by posted on August 7, 2013 0 Comments
Niese Completes Rehab, Slated To Start Sunday Against D’Backs

Updated by Joe D. Jon Niese made his final rehab start last night for Double-A Binghamton. In his final tuneup before a start against the Diamondbacks in Arizona on Sunday. Niese pitched 5.0 innings and allowed two earned runs on four hits and three walks while striking out six batters. Upon activating Niese, the Mets […]

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Jeff Wilpon Preaches Patience, Is Satisfied With The Plan

An article by posted on June 6, 2013 0 Comments
Jeff Wilpon Preaches Patience, Is Satisfied With The Plan

New York Mets chief operating officer Jeff Wilpon told Lynn Worthy of the Press & Sun-Bulletin, that he remains committed to the organization’s focus on player development that general manager Sandy Alderson has championed since being hired in October 2010. Wilpon visited Double-A Binghamton yesterday and preached patience and satisfaction with the plan. “There’s a plan. You […]

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Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

An article by posted on May 14, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Place Atchison On DL, Collin McHugh Promoted And Will Work Out Of Bullpen

Updated by HoJo at 6:00 PM Scott Atchison, who experienced numbness in his fingers while pitching Monday, has been placed on the disabled list according to Assistant GM John Ricco. Atchison was examined Tuesday in New York by team doctors who said there is “no new structural damage.” The 37 year old veteran reliever opted not […]

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Baseball America: Q&A With Mets Scouting Director Tommy Tanous

An article by posted on April 6, 2013 0 Comments
Baseball America: Q&A With Mets Scouting Director Tommy Tanous

Conor Glassey of Baseball America did a very interesting Q&A session with Mets Scouting Director Tommy Tanous. Tanous had some cool insights into the world of scouting, touching on how technology, statistics, amateur showcases, and more have changed the world of scouting. Here is just a little bit of what he said: Scouting is based on […]

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