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Elbow issues: Entering the majors too early

Major League Baseball may have a serious problem on its hands.

Teams that sign young pitchers to big bonuses often accelerate the process to the major leagues so they get an earlier return on their investment. 984 more words


Jacob deGrom continues to be ridiculous

Jacob deGrom had to work his butt off to get where he is. A converted shortstop, he has climbed through the Mets system for the past three seasons, pitching well at times, but never getting the press or the push that his better-pedigreed colleagues like Matt Harvey, Zack Wheeler andNoah Syndergaard have received. 151 more words

Schwartz: When It Comes To UCL Tears, It Starts At A Young Age

By Peter Schwartz
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Unless you’ve been under a rock in recent years, you know about the alarming epidemic that has surfaced in sports, particularly in baseball. 1,533 more words


The Case of Matt Harvey

“Harvey has a partially torn ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, the Mets learned Monday, and is unlikely to pitch again this year…” ( 2,174 more words


Cellar dwellers with bright futures: Mets

As the 2014 pennant race starts to kick into gear, we explore a number of teams who need to look to 2015 and beyond for their chance to compete.  1,213 more words


Where the Mets Stand Halfway Through the Season

The New York Mets of 2014 are not at all what we are used to as fans at this point in the season. We usually go into the All Star Break with that all-too-familiar feeling of defeat. 1,224 more words

What does Clayton Kershaw think about being passed over for All-Star start in favor of Adam Wainwright?

Cardinals/National League manager Mike Matheny choosing his own guy, Adam Wainwright, to start tonight’s game over Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw got quite a few Dodgers fans (and basically non-Cardinals fans) angry. 166 more words