Month: March 2015

Mets make Two Major Trades

The Mets made the first trade of the offseason, and possibly the last. First, (yes, the Mets made TWO trades) the Mets traded Cory Mazzoni for Alex Torres, known for his protective cap. Torres was not only decent against lefties, but better against righties. Sources say he is comparable to

In Minors game, Murphy hits twice, still questionable for Washington.

According to ESPN New York’s Adam Rubin, Daniel Murphy appeared in a minors game as a DH. He lined two base hits to left field, a good sign, but ran to first base lightly, as directed by his coaches. He ran on Friday, so I do not believe that running

Mets Opening Day Roster Prediction

The Mets are nine days away from Opening Day. All of the players that won’t make the team have been re-assigned to minor league camp, and it finally looks like we have got our 25 man roster planned out. There is still plenty of un-cetanty in the Mets bullpen, but

ICYMI: Why Cody Satterwhite could break camp with the Mets

Originally posted on Mets Plus:
Those of you reading this might say “Who is Cody Satterwhite?!?!?”. Well, that’s what I said today when I was looking at the Mets bullpen options. It all started when my good friend Brian P. Mangan was complaining about the Mets bullpen. https://twitter.com/brianpmangan/status/578647231680684035 I then…

Watch: Matt Reynolds starts the Mets rally with a 7th inning homer

Originally posted on Just Mets:
By Michael Baron, MLB.com: Tonight in Viera, Mets infield prospect Matt Reynolds went 2-for-2 with a double, home run and three RBI, all after the seventh inning. His solo home run marked the first of seven unanswered runs against the Nationals after the seventh inning. Reynolds is…

News & Notes around Mets Spring Training for 3/24

Here are some of the biggest headlines around Mets Camp today: – Daniel Murphy has been cleared to resume all baseball activities, no news on when he will resume game action, I talked to Michael Baron of Just Mets who suggested that their is no reason to have him play in

Michael Cuddyer is raking in Spring

Michael Cuddyer is not going to become the next Jason Bay / Curtis Granderson. Cuddyer has five home runs this Spring, he leads the Mets in that category, and is in the top five in hitters in that category across the league. Cuddyer was the only major signing that the

And the latest member of the Injured Players Club is…..

Wilmer Flores! Flores hit a foul ball off his foot on Sunday’s not-so Subway Series game versus the New York Yankees. He spoke with a reporter for ESPN post-game, wearing a protective boot, and said “it hurts… a lot”. Flores subsequently went for MRI testing, where no major injury was detected.

No Pitcher Has Thrown As Many Pitches Over as Few Innings as Zack Wheeler This Millenium

By: Brian Mangan (edited 3/20, 3:30pm. Please note that this is not an attempt to explain all instances of Tommy John. Just an insight into the incredible pressure put on Zack Wheeler’s arm) Everyone has been all abuzz the last couple days since it was announced that Zack Wheeler has…

What ever happened to Bradley Holt?

Fans who say that the #1 Draft Pick is not always going to become Matt Harvey, Bradley Holt is your best friend. In 2008, the Mets were given the chance to draft three players in the first round. They choose Reese Havens (SS, now retired), Ike Davis and NCAA pitching phenom

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