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Mets Renew Syndergaard’s Contract For 2017
As first reported by Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports, Noah Syndergaard had his contract renewed today by the New York Mets. What that means is that both sides failed to come to an agreement so the Mets basically ended the discussion and paid him the sum they considered their final offer. Syndergaard, 24, was […]

Spring Training Recap: Syndergaard Shines In Debut, Mets Dominate 11-3
The New York Mets routed the Houston Astros at First Data Field by a score of 11-3 on Friday. The Mets were held scoreless by Charlie Morton in his two innings to start the game, but were able to get to Brady Rodgers in the fourth. Asdrubal Cabrera and Jay Bruce both singled in a […]

MMO Game Thread: Astros vs Mets, 1:10 PM
Yesterday’s Game – The New York Mets put on an offensive show in a 11-6 rout of the Miami Marlins. Yoenis Cespedes, Neil Walker and Phillip Evans all homered. The blast by Evans was a grand slam and his second straight day with a home run. Robert Gsellman made his spring debut with two scoreless […]

Gsellman Likely 5th Starter, Wheeler To Extended Spring Training
According to Matt Ehalt of North Jersey, the New York Mets have indicated that Robert Gsellman will make the team, and he will be the fifth starter. Last season, Gsellman rose from Double-A Binghamton to be a revelation in the rotation for a Mets team that claimed the Wild Card. In seven starts and one […]

Lucas Duda Making Spring Debut, Playing First Base
New York Mets first baseman Lucas Duda is in the lineup today for the first time this spring, he is batting sixth and playing first base in the 1:10 PM game against the Houston Astros. Duda received a cortisone injection in each of his hips last week after reporting to the team that he had […]

Phillip Evans Putting Himself On The Radar
Seemingly each and every year there is one player who takes advantage of his opportunity to impress his club in Spring Training. The classic examples for Mets fans are Butch Huskey and Benny Agbayani. This year it seems as if that honor is going to Phillip Evans, who has looked like Mike Schmidt during Spring […]

Morning Briefing: Wright’s Road To Recovery, Bruce’s Fresh Start, Top Arms Take Flight
Good Morning Mets Fans. David Wright returned to Port St. Lucie on Thursday after receiving a second opinion on his shoulder, which confirmed the original diagnosis of an impingement. The Captain is ready to endure yet another long journey back to the diamond. “I still enjoy what I do,” Wright said. “It’s not like I […]



 

 
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