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Name: Mets Merized Online
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Date Added: 2007-01-28 19:32:13
  
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Talkin’ Mets: Harvey Progresses, Matz Injury and More with Special Guest Kevin Kernan
I talk about Matt Harvey’s performance against the Braves and what the injury to Steven Matz means for the rotation. Kevin Kernan of the NY Post joins me to give his thoughts on the Mets this spring, why he loves the WBC, and how the Yankees-Mets Subway Series rivalry might be rekindled in 2017.   […]

Collins: Will Be Tough For Matz To Make Opening Day Rotation
Some new and interesting developments on the Steven Matz front. After Sunday’s 8-2 victory, Terry Collins told reporters that the Mets are “extremely disappointed” with the Matz injury. He then took that one step further and said, “It’s going to be tough for Matz to be in the opening day rotation.” “We had a backup […]

Spring Recap: Harvey Delivers His Best Spring Outing In 8-2 Mets Win
The New York Mets took advantage of some solid pitching and timely hitting to defeat the Atlanta Braves by a score of 8-2 on Sunday at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Pitching As we get ever so closer to Opening Day, these last remaining spring training games take on much more significance as […]

MMO Fan Shot: Getting Zack Wheeler To October
An MMO Fan Shot by Steve Lastoe With Zack Wheeler back on track to return to the major leagues, it’s time for the New York Metropolitans to really think about how to get the best out of him this season while ensuring his recovery is a success. Pitch counts, innings limits, six-man rotations, and even […]

Spring Recap: Harvey Delivers As Mets Scalp The Braves 8-2
The New York Mets took advantage of some solid pitching and timely hitting to defeat the Atlanta Braves by a score of 8-2 on Sunday at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie. Pitching As we get ever so closer to Opening Day, these last remaining spring training games take on much more significance as […]

Lagares Will Get MRI For Strained Oblique, Could Open Door For Conforto
Center fielder Juan Lagares will have an MRI of his strained left oblique on Monday, the team announced this morning. Additionally, a team source told Mike Puma of the NY Post, that if Lagares was to begin the season on the disabled list, Michael Conforto would be a cinch to make the opening day roster. […]

MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Braves, 1:10 PM
The New York Mets will host the Atlanta Braves at First Data Field on Sunday as the Grapefruit League winds down to just five more games on the schedule. RHP Matt Harvey gets the start today and will be opposed by RHP Matt Wisler for the Braves in a 1:10 PM matchup you can watch […]

Steven Matz Scratched From Next Start With “Elbow Tenderness”
Mets GM Sandy Alderson spoke to reporters this morning and announced that left-hander Steven Matz has been scratched from his start tomorrow with what the team is calling “elbow tenderness.” Alderson said that Matz’s elbow was structurally fine and that his UCL is okay, but that he has not yet had an MRI.  He believes […]

So You Think You Know The Mets: Opening Day Starters
As most of you all know, Mets manager Terry Collins has named Noah Syndergaard as his Opening Day starter to begin the 2017 season. Since the last time the New York Mets won the World Series in 1986, the team has had 15 different Opening Day starting pitchers in the 31 years since. Can you […]

The Importance of Not Overreacting to Caught Stealing Rate
Throwing still appears to be a big issue for Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud, and it is important to examine the importance a steal can have on a pitcher. No one likes watching an opponent run wild on you but for the Mets, the issue exists for Noah Syndergaard more than anyone. Last season, the Mets […]

Morning Briefing: Harvey Looks To Build On Last Start, Mets May Carry Extra Arm
Good Morning Mets Fans. Matt Harvey till toe the rubber for the Metropolitans today as he looks to build on his last start in which he showed better velocity and command. Harvey will be opposed by Matt Wisler and the Atlanta Braves. The game is scheduled for a 1:10 PM ET start and can be […]

Baseball Must Embrace Emotion And Flair
Yoenis Cespedes wants more flair in baseball. After Ian Kinsler drew controversy with his remarks earlier this week complaining of Latin American players showing too much emotion during games, the game was buzzing with outrage. The veteran said of Puerto Rican and Dominican opponents in the World Baseball Classic, “That just wasn’t the way we […]

Spring Recap: Montero Impressive As Mets Defeat Braves 3-0
The New York Mets traveled to Disney to take on R.A. Dickey and the Atlanta Braves. Rafael Montero took the mound making his first start of the spring as the Mets defeated the Braves 3-0. Pitching Rafael Montero made his first start of the spring. He continued a very strong spring, in which he is […]

Juan Lagares Leaves Game With Strained Oblique
Juan Lagares left the game early this afternoon after suffering a strained left oblique, the Mets announced. The severity of the strain is still unknown. Lagares led off the game in center and went 1-for-2 with a triple before being removed from action in the bottom of the third. If Lagares is forced to miss […]

MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Braves, 1:05 PM
The New York Mets travel to Champion Stadium at the ESPN Wide World of Sport Complex to play the Atlanta Braves. Rafael Montero will be making the start against former Met R.A. Dickey. Also listed to pitch LHP Josh Edgin, LHP Josh Smoker, RHP Hansel Robles, RHP Cory Burns, RHP Paul Sewald, and RHP Logan […]

Travis d’Arnaud’s Issues Throwing the Ball Continue
New York Mets catcher Travis d’Arnaud has had issues throughout his career defensively, as he regressed last season throwing out runners at only a clip of 21.8%. Working on his throwing has been a huge point of emphasis this spring for New York. The team brought their efforts so far that they brought in catching […]

Morning Briefing: Montero Pushes For Roster Spot, Lugo Eyes Rotation
Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Mets travel to Disney World today as they send Rafael Montero to the mound to take on R.A. Dickey and the Atlanta Braves.  Today’s game is scheduled for a 1:05 PM ET start and unfortunately will not be broadcasted on either SNY or WOR. Montero will look to […]

Mets Prospects To Watch in 2017: RHP Andrew Church
When you select someone in the second round of the MLB Draft, you are looking at someone who is one of the best young players in all of baseball. If that player is a starting pitcher, you expect them to have the stuff to dominate the lower levels of the minor leagues. In reality, you’re […]

Good Chance Rene Rivera Catches Syndergaard Opening Day
The Houston Astros stole four bases on four attempts against the combination of New York Mets pitcher Noah Syndergaard and catcher Travis d’Arnaud. After the game Terry Collins had this to say about the possibility of Rene Rivera catching Syndergaard on Opening Day: “There’s a good chance, certainly a possibility.” The Mets open the season […]

Spring Training Recap: Mets Waste Strong Start By Syndergaard, Lose 2-0
The New York Mets were shutout 2-0 by the Houston Astros on Friday at First Data Field. Pitching Noah Syndergaard pitched six strong innings of one-run ball. He gave up four hits and no walks. He also struck out five Astros. Syndergaard lowered his spring ERA from 3.52 to 2.63. He now has 11 strikeouts […]

Mets Have the 10th Most Popular Ticket in MLB
Secondary ticket marketplace, TickPick, just released its MLB Regular Season Ticket Prices Report, and the Mets enter the season with the 10th most popular ticket in baseball, with an average price of $69.31. Last year the Mets were tied with the Cubs for the most expensive average ticket price. The Cubs — averaging $150.63 — have […]

MMO Game Thread: Astros vs Mets, 1:10 PM
The New York Mets host the Houston Astros today at First Data Field. Noah Syndergaard for be on the mound for the Mets against righty Charlie Morton for the Astros. Syndergaard will be making his fourth start of Grapefruit League play. He has a 3.52 ERA and 1.43 WHIP in 7.2 innings with four walks […]

Mets Odds to Win 2017 World Series Are Looking Good
The New York Mets finished the 2016 regular season at 12 games above .500 with a 87-75 record which was good for second place in the NL East. They went on to lose to the San Francisco Giants in the NL Wild Card game. With a solid campaign last season, the Mets entered the offseason […]

The Importance of the Relief Ace
Despite Seth Lugo’s valiant WBC performance he appears ticketed to the New York Mets bullpen. Yet, his role is in the pen is still very important even though he won’t be getting the saves and wins. I personally hate those two stats to measure a pitcher’s success. I will admit, I do get excited when […]

Morning Briefing: It Is Thorsday, Could Reyes Be A Stolen Base Threat Again?
Good Morning Mets Fans. The New York Mets take the field today at 1:05 PM ET as they send their ace, Noah Syndergaard to the mound to face Charlie Morton and the Houston Astros. Today’s game can be seen on SNY, a nice Friday treat. LATEST METS NEWS Yesterday, Robert Gsellman continued to show why […]

 

 
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