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Why Neil Walker Could Be In For A Special 2017 Season
Prior to his season ending injury, Neil Walker was in the midst of his best season as a professional. Walker has been known as a solid MLB player throughout his career but he went above and beyond in 2016. He posted a 3.7 fWAR in just 113 games, his previous career-high was a 3.6 fWAR […]

MMO Exclusive: Catching Up With Former Mets Reliever Scott Rice
After spending 14 seasons bouncing around between the minor leagues and independent ball, left-handed pitcher Scott Rice finally caught on with the Mets in 2013, making him a 31-year-old rookie at baseball’s highest stage. Originally drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the first round of the 1999 first-year player’s draft, Rice pitched throughout the Orioles’ system […]

Spring Training Recap: Mets Edge Out Astros 2-1
The Mets defeated the Houston Astros by a score of 2-1 this afternoon at the Ballpark of the Palm Beaches. Pitching: Jacob deGrom got the nod for the Mets this afternoon and tossed a solid four innings, allowing one run on three hits, while punching out six and walking just one. Addison Reed pitched a […]

Gooden Still Not Speaking With Strawberry
In back-to-back years, Darryl Strawberry and Dwight Gooden won the Rookie of the Year Awards for the Mets.  For Strawberry, he was being called the Black Ted Williams.  As for Gooden’s part, he was doing things not even Tom Seaver did in a Mets uniform.  These two were supposed to be the foundation for what […]

Do the Mets “Own” New York? Not Yet.
Last night while scrolling through my social media feeds, I stumbled upon this tweet: PSA: New York is now ours. cc: @Yankees pic.twitter.com/tSclaqpa8o — (not) Terry Collins (@MetsFakeSkipper) March 14, 2017 As I paused to enjoy the daunting billboard of Noah Syndergaard hovering over the New York Transit Authority in Manhattan, the voices in my head […]

Top SS Prospect Amed Rosario Reassigned To Minor League Camp
The New York Mets today, announced their second wave of spring training cuts and chief among them was top shortstop prospect Amed Rosario who has been reassigned to minor-league camp along. Also cut this morning are OF Wuilmer Becerra and pitchers Chris Flexen, Marcos Molina, Chase Bradford and Adam Wilk. Outfielder Tim Tebow survived this latest round of cuts. Rosario impressed […]

MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Astros, 1:05 PM – Jay Bruce Playing 1B
RHP Jacob deGrom will make his third start of Grapefruit League play this afternoon as the New York Mets travel to West Palm Beach to take on the Houston Astros. He will be opposed by RHP Lance McCullers Jr. in a 1:05 PM matchup. The game will be broadcast on WOR radio. Also expected to […]

Mike Piazza Visits Mets, Loves Their Chances in 2017
Hall of Fame catcher Mike Piazza was not only an integral cog in the Mets 1998-2005 teams, but he has been a presence in the organization since retiring. Piazza has visited the Mets during Spring Training multiple times in the past and continued that tradition in 2017. He was present early Monday morning at First […]

Syndergaard Dealing With Bronchitis, Has Sights Set On Opening Day
After allowing three earned runs against the Miami Marlins in 3.1 innings of work on Monday, Mets right-hander Noah Syndergaard admitted he was fatigued, he was exhausted, he was out of gas. (Funeral Services for the Mets’ 2017 season to be held on Thursday.) “The fourth inning, I kind of ran out of gas,” said […]

Morning Briefing: DeGrom’s Scoreless Streak, Syndergaard’s Illness, Gooden-Strawberry Rift
Good Morning Mets Fans. Jacob deGrom takes the mound today as the team travels to take on the Houston Astros in West Palm Beach. DeGrom will look to keep his scoreless innings streak alive and will be opposed by Lance McCullers Jr. The game is scheduled to start at 1:05 PM ET and can be […]

Report: Mets Not Happy With Familia’s Usage In World Baseball Classic
Although they are not saying anything publicly about it, the New York Mets are reportedly upset with how the Dominican Republic team is using right-handed reliever Jeurys Familia in the World Baseball Classic, according to Kristie Ackert of the New York Daily News. Two team sources told Ackert the the team was upset at seeing Familia pitching […]



 

 
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