Tag: World Series

Steven Matz Will Pitch Game 4 No Matter What Happens Tonight

An article by posted on October 30, 2015 0 Comments
Steven Matz Will Pitch Game 4 No Matter What Happens Tonight

According to manager Terry Collins, rookie left-hander Steven Matz will start Game 4 of the World Series on Saturday no matter what the outcome of tonight’s game is. They do not want Matt Harvey pitching on short rest even if the Mets were to lose tonight, making Game 4 an elimination game. “It’s amazing that […]

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Mets Hoping To Set Table For Lucas Duda And Get Offense Going

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Mets Hoping To Set Table For Lucas Duda And Get Offense Going

Mets first baseman Lucas Duda has been a streaky hitter all season. He struggled in the NLDS and for the early part of the NLCS. But Duda broke out in a big way in Game 4 of the NLCS, going 3-for-4 with two doubles, a homer and collecting 5 RBIs. And he has four hits in […]

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Michael Cuddyer Says Mets Are Ready For This Moment

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Michael Cuddyer Says Mets Are Ready For This Moment

Mets outfielder Michael Cuddyer spoke to reporters at Citi Field about overcoming being down two games to none and beating the Kansas City Royals. He says Noah Syndergaard is ready for tonight’s challenge and that the team is ready for this moment. Do you think perhaps the media and the fans are getting too down […]

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Thor Looks To Bring The Thunder In Pivotal Game 3

An article by posted on October 30, 2015 0 Comments
Thor Looks To Bring The Thunder In Pivotal Game 3

The Mets turn to their flame-throwing, God of Thunder for Game 3 of the World Series tonight at Citi Field. Noah Syndergaard, 23, becomes the third youngest pitcher to start a World Series game for the Mets behind Dwight Gooden and Gary Gentry. You would think that with all the weight of an antsy fan base and the pressure […]

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It’s All About Game Three… Nothing Else Matters

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It’s All About Game Three… Nothing Else Matters

There’s no denying the New York Mets have dug themselves into a huge hole, but doesn’t mean they can’t climb out of it, despite the long odds against them. The Mets said confidently on Twitter yesterday that despite the 0-2 hole they are not giving up. I wouldn’t expect it any other way from a […]

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Don Mattingly Will Be Named Marlins Manager

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Don Mattingly Will Be Named Marlins Manager

Ronald Blum of the Associated Press is reporting that Don Mattingly will become the new manager of the Miami Marlins. Mattingly parted company with the Los Angeles Dodgers a day after losing to the New York Mets in the National League Division Series. The Marlins also fired Dan Jennings after a 13-year association with the organization. […]

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Mike Piazza To Throw Out Game 3 Ceremonial First Pitch

An article by posted on October 29, 2015 0 Comments
Mike Piazza To Throw Out Game 3 Ceremonial First Pitch

Former Mets catcher Mike Piazza will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Citi Field before Game 3 on Friday night. Piazza was a six-time All-Star during his eight seasons with the Mets and was on the 2000 team, the last Mets team to play in the World Series. Piazza also threw out the […]

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Are Mets Starters Out Of Gas?

An article by posted on October 29, 2015 0 Comments
Are Mets Starters Out Of Gas?

The first two games of the World Series have not been particularly kind to Mets starting pitching. Both Matt Harvey and Jacob deGrom, while not terrible by any means, were certainly off their games. This begs the question: has the fatigue of the long season become too much? In Game 1, Harvey went six innings, […]

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Ned Yost Discusses Walk-Off Win, Volquez, Familia, Perez Pine-Tar Issue

An article by posted on October 28, 2015 0 Comments
Ned Yost Discusses Walk-Off Win, Volquez, Familia, Perez Pine-Tar Issue

Win or lose, was last night’s marathon physically and emotionally draining? It’s the World Series. Nobody gets much sleep. The players probably get more sleep than I do. I think I went to bed at 4:00 and I was up at 6:30. It’s a fun time of year, that’s what makes it so much fun. It’s […]

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Conforto Takes The Blame, But That Botched Play Was On Cespedes

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Conforto Takes The Blame, But That Botched Play Was On Cespedes

Listening to Mets left fielder Michael Conforto explain the botched play that led to an inside-the-park home run by Alcides Escobar to give the Royals an early first inning lead, showed how willing he was to take accountability – an admirable quality for one so young. “We were both going towards the gap and thought I heard […]

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Despite Familia’s Blown Save, Mets Got Some Clutch Relief From Bullpen

An article by posted on October 28, 2015 0 Comments
Despite Familia’s Blown Save, Mets Got Some Clutch Relief From Bullpen

After Matt Harvey left at the end of the sixth inning the Mets bullpen was left with the task of enduring eight innings of relief work. Tied at 3-3, Addison Reed entered first delivering a quick inning and retiring the Royals in order. In the top of the 8th, the Mets took the lead and had […]

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