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9/20/18 Game Preview: New York Mets at Washington Nationals

The New York Mets (70-82) clinched their eighth losing season over the past 10 years last night with a loss to the Philadelphia Phillies. This is one of the worst 10 year stretches in franchise history, comparable to the dark ages from the mid 1970’s through the early 1980’s, but the Mets’ strong play in the second half is a reason for optimism. 464 more words

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9/15/18 Game Preview: New York Mets At Boston Red Sox

It may be hard to believe, but the New York Mets (69-78) have been playing solid baseball for a while now. The Mets recorded their fourth straight win last night, handing the Boston Red Sox (101-47) an 8-0 loss to improve to 37-30 since July 1st. 294 more words

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9/7/18 Game Preview: Philadelphia Phillies at New York Mets

The New York Mets (63-76) are coming home after a successful nine game road trip. The swing, which featured games against three playoff contenders, saw the Mets go 5-4 and deliver two damaging losses to the Los Angeles Dodgers earlier this week. 402 more words

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Meaningless Lessons

The Mets won in 11 innings in San Francisco. Steven Matz struck out 11 in seven innings, which is a career high. Jerry Blevins, however, got the win. 382 more words

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8/28/18 Game Preview: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs

The New York Mets (58-73) stepped up in weight class yesterday, and they were predictably beaten. Noah Syndergaard struggled early in the Mets’ 7-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs (77-53), and despite a late push from the offense the Cubs were able to walk away with the series opener. 437 more words

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8/27/18 Game Preview: New York Mets at Chicago Cubs

The New York Mets (58-72) have had a relatively successful month of August, going 14-12 over their first 26 games, including a 4-3 mark on the recently concluded home stand. 484 more words

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Jeff McNeil Thaws My Frozen Heart

As I rack my brain trying to figure out where to upgrade this team, I’m increasingly being swayed towards this Jeff McNeil kid as our second baseman next season. 397 more words

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