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Mets Legend Ed Kranepool Needs Kidney Transplant
New York Mets legend Ed Kranepool is in need of a kidney transplant and recently had one of his toes amputated according to a story by Christian Red of the New York Daily News. Kranepool, 72, was part of the Miracle Mets team that won the World Series in 1969, was inducted to the Mets […]

Must See Video: Luis Guillorme Catches Flying Bat One-Handed!
During today’s Spring Training game between the Miami Marlins and New York Mets, Mets shortstop prospect Luis Guillorme may have made what will be the defensive play of the spring. As many will tell you, Guillorme is the best defensive shortstop prospect in the Mets farm system. Yes, even better than Amed Rosario. Check this video replay out! […]

Spring Training Recap: Homers From Cespedes, Walker, Evans Carry Mets To 11-6 Win
The New York Mets bats came alive on Thursday afternoon in an 11-6 thumping of the Miami Marlins at First Data Field. Yoenis Cespedes got the Mets on the board with a solo home run that went over the batter’s eye in center field to being the fourth inning. Two batters later, Neil Walker hit […]

Highlight Reel: Luis Guillorme Saves Teammates By Catching Bat
During today’s Spring Training game between the Miami Marlins and New York Mets, Mets shortstop prospect Luis Guillorme may have made what will be the defensive play of the spring. As many will tell you, Guillorme is the best defensive shortstop prospect in the Mets farm system. Yes, even better than Amed Rosario. Take a look at what […]

No Throwing Indefinitely For David Wright
New York Mets third baseman David Wright returned to First Data Field in Port St. Lucie to give reporters an update on how he feels and his plans going forward. Wright, 34, flew to New York to get a second opinion on his right shoulder which was diagnosed as a shoulder impingement on Tuesday. Wright […]

MMO Game Thread: Marlins vs Mets, 1:10 PM
Yesterday’s Game - The Mets lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 6-1 with the lone run coming from a Phillip Evans ninth inning solo homer. Michael Conforto and Amed Rosario each had two hits in the game. Right-handers Ben Rowen, Chase Bradford, Paul Sewald and Corey Taylor combined to throw four hitless innings of relief. Today’s Game - The Mets return to First Data […]

2017 Rule Modifications Announced By MLB, MLBPA
Major League Baseball in conjunction with the Player’s Association have announced rule changes for the 2017 season. With pace of play being a hot topic this offseason, it should come as no surprise that a few of the rules have addressed that issue. There are, however, some other interesting rule changes that will affect how […]

Fernando Salas Unable To Pitch Due To Visa Issues
New York Mets right-handed reliever Fernando Salas has yet to pitch in a Grapefruit League game this spring despite being listed as a scheduled pitcher multiple times. Kristie Acket of New York Daily News reports that Salas was unable to get a work visa to pitch in springs games for the Mets but has been throwing […]

Jose Reyes Finally Takes Fly Balls in Center
New York Mets infielder Jose Reyes took fly balls on Wednesday at the First Data Field complex in center field. Reyes at least getting some reps in center has been talked about for awhile and the Mets stuck to their plan despite the recent setback for David Wright that makes Jose the team’s everyday third […]

It’s Time To Be Realistic About What David Wright Can Do
David Wright made his Grapefruit League debut on Saturday by DH-ing out of the cleanup spot. He went 0-for-2, but made solid contact as the Mets’ faithful gave him standing ovations for facing game-pitching for the first time since May. And just a couple days later, news broke that a shoulder injury would leave his […]

Morning Briefing: Trading Nimmo, Ricco On Evaluating Prospects, Reyes Embracing 3B
Good Morning Mets Fans. Funny thing, yesterday I left a comment to explain why the Mets are choosing to play Amed Rosario, Gavin Cecchini, Dominic Smith and T.J. Rivera as often as they have. “A lot of people – including beat writers – completely ignore the fact that the Mets (like any other organization) will […]



 

 
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