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Back in the Race, in a New York Minute

Ronald Torreyes, Wilmer Flores, and Asdrubal Cabrera bring the Gotham squads to the precipice of respectability–and the vaunted Wild Card.

Asdrubal has, in a low-key-veteran way, led the Mets this season, and it’s perhaps no surprise that he was out of the lineup, injured, during their August free-fall to .500.

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2016 MLB Midseason Predictions

American League East

Preseason:

  1. Toronto Blue Jays* 88-74
  2. Tampa Bay Rays* 86-76
  3. Baltimore Orioles 81-81
  4. New York Yankees 79-83
  5. Boston Red Sox 74-88

Update:

  1. Baltimore Orioles* 92-70…
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Major League Baseball

Welcome To Get Mets!

Welcome to Get Mets! Here a plethora of Mets fans who are true to the orange and blue will post opinions and articles that will bring you closer to the defending National League Champions! 6 more words

Mets

The first place Phils?

May 20, 2016 – Yes, that is correct and the title doesn’t need a question mark. For a few hours on Wednesday, the Philadelphia Phillies tied the Washington Nationals for first place in the National League East, surprising many baseball fans – including me. 193 more words

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Mackanin's Mission

Unlike most managers this offseason, Pete Mackanin wasn’t given a team to work with when the Phillies opted to sign the then interim manager. More like an island of misfit toys instead. 284 more words

The Greatest Venezuelan Pitcher?

Venezuelan Pitchers: Who’s the Best?

Can there be only one King?

From 2004-2010, two Venezuelan pitchers won three Cy Young Awards, and another set a Major-League record for saves in a single season.

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A Cold Week in...

It’s hard to feel the baseball, since it’s been an uncommonly cold April. New York has had bursts of rain, dustings of snow, and gale-force winds, all between April Fool’s and Tax Day.

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