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My Mets Spring Training Odyssey
Last week I had my first spring training experience, three straight days of Mets games in three different Florida locations. Luckily a good friend of mine decided to move from NYC to Jupiter, within a 45 minute drive of all three locations, and is also a huge Mets fan. What else is there do in […]

Spring Recap: Mets Take One of Two Split Squad Games
The Mets beat the Marlins by a score of 5-0 at Roger Dean Stadium this afternoon in one leg of the split squad matches, while the other half were defeated by the Washington Nationals by a score of 6-0 at First Data Field. Mets 5, Marlins 0 Zack Wheeler turned in an impressive performance in […]

Jeurys Familia Meeting With Commish Rob Manfred In NYC
Per multiple sources, Jeurys Familia left Mets camp Monday to meet with MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred in New York City. The meeting is most likely discussion a possible suspension, one that is expected in the next 48 hours per Joel Sherman of the New York Post. Sherman reports that there will be no decision on […]

MMO Game Thread: Mets vs Marlins 1:05 PM, Nationals vs Mets 1:10 PM
The New York Mets will play two split-squad games today against two division rivals. At 1:05 PM, Zack Wheeler will face Tom Koehler and the Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium. The game will unfortunately not be broadcasted on TV or radio. At 1:10 PM, Seth Lugo and the other half of the Mets will welcome […]

Exclusive Interview: Utility Player Ty Kelly Talks Baseball With MMO
Ty Kelly had experienced Triple A before. When the New York Mets signed Kelly back in November 2015 to a minor league contract, the Las Vegas 51s was his fifth Triple A team he’d played for in his professional career. Little did Kelly know that the fifth, not the third time, would be his charm. […]

Matz Throws 150 Ft. Long Toss, Flat Ground Bullpen
According to multiple sources including David Lennon of Newsday, Steven Matz got back to throwing today. He first warmed up by throwing long toss at 150 feet before bringing it in to about 70 feet. From there he threw about three simulated innings of about 10-15 pitches each. Mets beat writers report that he was […]

Mets Not Interested in Free Agent Center Fielder Drew Stubbs
While the Mets had been blessed with good health for most of Spring Training, the injuries are now starting to mount. The latest is Juan Lagares‘ oblique strain. Back in 2014, Lagares had a similar injury which cost him 22 games. If this latest oblique strain is similar in nature, he will assuredly begin the season on […]

Harvey Hits 97 MPH In His Best Start Of The Spring
I’ll be honest, after Matt Harvey‘s first two starts of the spring, I wanted to write an article raising the question of whether or not he could be effective without his velocity. However, the optimist within me prevailed (as it usually does) and I held off. I was rewarded yesterday watching Harvey consistently sit at […]

Morning Briefing: Battle Of The Rotation Hopefuls, Matz May Miss Start Of Season
Good Morning Mets Fans. We are officially one week away from opening day as the team wraps up spring training this week. The Metropolitans will be playing in split-squad games for the last time this spring and they feature a pair of rotation hopefuls. At 1:05 PM ET, Zack Wheeler will take the ball for […]



 

 
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