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Limiting Matt Harvey

Sandy Alderson is serious about competing this upcoming season. First, the New York Mets went out and got a Michael Cuddyer and now, Alderson is talking about playing deep into October. 320 more words

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The Mets will manage Matt Harvey's innings next year to avoid a Strasburgian shutdown

In 2012 the Washington Nationals unwittingly created a gigantic headache for themselves when they publicly declared the existence of and then followed through on a hard shutdown date for their young, post-Tommy John surgery star. 195 more words

The New York Mets Move the CitiField Fences In and Suddenly All is Good?

After adding Michael Cuddyer last week, the New York Mets decided the next thing on the agenda was moving in the outfield fences–again.

Instead of addressing the real problem, having a light-hitting offense that struggles to even make contact at times, they are changing the dimensions and hoping this solves their woes. 417 more words

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Band Interview - Exhumed

By Matt Albers

There are many different types and styles of extreme metal. And there are countless bands that can be categorized and marginalized into all different subgenres within extreme metal based on their sound. 6,368 more words

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Assuming Mets Are In A Playoff Race In 2015, Plan Is To Have Harvey On Mound

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Matt Harvey may be coming off a long layoff following a very serious injury, but the Mets have no plans to shut him down early in 2015. 486 more words

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Terry Collins expects the Mets to make the playoffs in 2015

He actually said “we should be playing in October,” which, yes, obviously, because the regular season doesn’t end until October 4. But he wasn’t being cutesy about it. 155 more words

East Coast a major pull for Cuddyer

Michael Cuddyer understood that whether he re-signed with the Rockies or took a free-agent offer from the Mets, he would be a part of a team wanting to make the immediate jump from also-ran in 2014 to contender in 2015. 545 more words