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Great Start to the All Star Break

John Lackey looks to stay above .500 with another win to go into the All Star break on a good note. Jonathon Niese would get the start for the Pirates and immediately get the ball rolling for the Cubs with singles to lead off man Ben Zobrist, then on one out to Anthony Rizzo and to load the bases Wilson Contreras. 436 more words


Mets Offense Fizzles Again, Drop A Pair To Pirates

By Paul DiSclafani:

The Mets (31-26) dropped both ends of a double-header to the Pirates (32-26) in Pittsburgh following yesterday’s rain out by identical 3-1 scores. 730 more words

Series Preview: Pittsburgh Pirates


The walking wounded: Somehow, the Mets managed to take two out of three in Miami despite not having their starting first baseman, third baseman, catcher, center fielder, along with their backup center fielder being removed (Lagares with a bruised thumb). 1,566 more words


Mets Sunday Brunch 12/13/15: Good Riddance Jonathan, So Long Cuddy, Hello New Infield and Don't Forget About Cespedes

By: Paul DiSclafani

The Mets front office had an interesting week, bringing in a new double-play combination, jettisoning an ungrateful pitcher who didn’t figure into their future plans and finding out a veteran outfielder has decided to hang them up. 1,691 more words


Newest Met Neil Walker: "I'm excited to be in Mets blue!"

By: Paul DiSclafani

Ben who?

The Mets front office acted swiftly after failing to lure free agent utility man Ben Zobrist to Flushing and dealt left-handed starter Jonathan Niese to the Pittsburgh Pirates for second baseman Neil Walker.  723 more words

Mets deal Niese for Pirates Walker

I told you to relax, fellow Mets fans. The Mets turned Jonathan Niese and a failed signing of Ben Zobrist into Neil Walker. Walker is a solid switch hitting second baseman, who brings a more stable, solid glove, along with some pop from both sides of the plate. 299 more words


No Joke: Matz Will Not Pitch This Weekend, Playoff Spot In Jeopardy

By: Paul DiSclafani

After joking on Tuesday about the back injury suffered by rookie pitcher Steven Matz, the Mets are now concerned the injury will prevent him from making the post season roster. 503 more words