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Name: Mets Merized Online
Description: Your #1 Source For Everything Mets
URL: http://metsmerizedonline.com
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Date Added: 2007-01-28 19:32:13
  
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Collins Weighs In On Mets’ First Spring Training Win
The New York Mets opened up the 2017 Spring Training season with a 3-2 victory over the Boston Red Sox behind solo home runs by Michael Conforto and Gavin Cecchini as well as solid pitching from by Seth Lugo, Marcos Molina and Rafael Montero. What we learned from Terry Collins after the game - Michael […]

MMO Game Recap: Mets 3, Red Sox 2
The New York Mets defeated the Boston Red Sox this afternoon in the first Spring Training game of the season by a 3-2 score. Pitching - Seth Lugo got the start today and tossed two scoreless innings with three strikeouts, two walks and didn’t allow a hit. Right-handed pitching prospect Marcos Molina followed Lugo with […]

MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Red Sox, 1:05 PM
The New York Mets begin their Spring Training schedule on the road in Fort Myers against the Boston Red Sox. Right-hander Seth Lugo makes the start for the Mets and is opposed by left-hander Henry Owens for the Red Sox. The game begins at 1:05 PM at JetBlue Park and it’s not televised but can be […]

Frank Viola Hoping For Major League Opportunity
Former New York Met pitcher Frank Viola is hoping that he will make it to the big leagues once again, this time as a coach. This season Sweet Music will be the pitching coach for the Mets Triple-A affiliate the Las Vegas 51s. It will be the fourth season for Viola as the 51s pitching […]

Mets Projected to Have Worst Up-the-Middle Defense
With a little over a month left until Opening Day, John Dewan of ACTA Sports recently ranked his projections for the best and worst middle defense for the 2017 season based on defensive runs saved. Last on that list, was the New York Mets middle infield. Dewan projected the Mets middle infielders to have a […]

Mets Morning Report: Let The Games Begin
Good Morning everyone. The New York Mets will play their first Grapefruit League game of the season today as Seth Lugo gets the start against the Boston Red Sox. Lugo will take the first shot at the fifth spot in the starting rotation as he takes the ball. He though is taking it all in […]

Mets TV & Radio Spring Training Broadcast Schedules
The New York Mets flagship radio station, 710 WOR-AM, announced their 2017 Spring Training broadcast schedule this week. They will broadcast 15 games beginning on Friday, February 24th when the Mets take on the Boston Red Sox. Howie Rose and Josh Lewin will call the action as they return to the booth in the fourth […]

Mets Discussed Trading Michael Conforto For J.D. Martinez
In a recent column by Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports, he reports that the New York Mets seriously discussed a deal with the Detroit Tigers that would’ve swapped young outfielder Michael Conforto for veteran outfielder J.D. Martinez. It was, of course, before the Mets re-signed outfielder Yoenis Cespedes to a four year, $110 million […]

Five Notes From Thursday: Wright Could DH This Weekend
1. David Wright could DH this weekend, hopefully Saturday but could be Sunday with both games being at home. Wright also threw again on Thursday, again in secret though with no beat writers allowed.  2. Collins expects the lineup on Saturday for the first home game of Grapefruit League action to be mostly regulars except […]

Rafael Montero Looks Great Early in Camp, Can It Continue?
When the New York Mets re-signed relievers Fernando Salas and Jerry Blevins one of the questions became what will they do to create the two needed spots on the 40-man roster. One of the most talked options was designating right-handed pitcher Rafael Montero for assignment. Instead the Mets designated utility guy Ty Kelly for assignment […]

Talkin’ Mets: Matt Ehalt Joins Us From PSL In A Big Show!
Listen to a rare midweek Talkin’ Mets podcast. Today I am joined by Matt Ehalt of The Record who gives me the first Grapefruit League update of the Spring. Matt talks about Zack Wheeler, Travis d’Arnaud and why he believes this is the Mets’ best chance at winning it all. I also contrast the difference […]

Mets Spring Training Home Renamed First Data Field
The New York Mets spring training facility and the home to their Class-A affiliate the St. Lucie Mets has changed it’s name to First Data Field. The complex formerly known as Tradition Field, also serves as the home for the GCL Mets of the Gulf Coast League. A new 10-year deal with First Data was […]

MLB’s Pending Ban on Jeurys Familia Puts Mets in a Tough Place
The New York Mets have been waiting a long time to hear from Major League Baseball about Jeurys Familia‘s expected suspension. Familia was charged with domestic abuse on October 31, 2016. A complaint filed in court revealed that Familia caused bodily injury to another resulting in a bruised right cheek and scratched chest of the victim. The […]

Mets Sign RHP Wilfredo Boscan To Minor League Deal
The New York Mets announced they’ve signed right-handed pitcher Wilfredo Boscan to a minor league deal. He will report to minor league spring training camp. Boscan, 26, made his Major League debut last season with the Pittsburgh Pirates with a 6.46 ERA and 1.44 WHIP in 15.1 innings. Boscan made one start and five relief […]

Thoughts On The Tim Tebow Press Conference On Monday
I was in a Dick’s Sporting Goods this weekend. Being the dedicated New York Mets hot takes specialist that I am, I took a gander at the jerseys they were selling. I saw that they had a bunch, even more than they did for the New York Yankees–anyone who grew up in the New York […]

Mets Morning Report: Zack Wheeler Takes Another Big Step Forward
Good Morning everyone. New York Mets pitcher, Zack Wheeler took another big step forward on Wednesday as he threw a second bullpen session without any issues. Wheeler tossed roughly 30 pitches on the day without any discomfort and is currently being eyed to pitch in his first spring training game on March 8th. Manager, Terry […]

 

 
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