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Citi Field Unveils New Menu For 2019 Baseball Season

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – On Wednesday, it was the Yankees. On Thursday, it’s the Mets’ turn.

It’s not the Subway Series – it’s a food fight that’s breaking out between the two New York baseball clubs. 237 more words


Matz had a strong bounce back against Marlins

If there’s going to be a team to have a strong bounce back on, it’ll be the Marlins, and this is something Steven Matz took advantage of on Thursday. 113 more words


Mets To Rename Street Next To Citi Field After Tom Seaver

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Mets are changing their permanent address to honor one of their most famous players.

On Thursday, the team announced on Twitter it would be officially changing the name of 126th Street to honor Tom Seaver. 246 more words


Luis Avilan brings unique pitching approach


           Those who follow baseball closely knows that same-side changeups are extremely rare. They make much more sense thrown to opposite-side hitters, as a means to neutralize the platoon advantage. 618 more words

#ThrowbackThursday Mets Edition: Lastings Milledge

This #ThrowbackThursday could have easily been a #MetsCrushMonday about 15 years ago. Lastings Milledge was drafted out of Lakewood Ranch High School in the 2003 MLB June Amateur Draft, the right handed outfielder was drafted in the first round and 12th overall. 361 more words


Hope for Alonso Making Team Reaches New Heights

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NEW YORK, NY – Pete Alonso may be one step closer to playing his first games in Queens after Mets manager Mickey Callaway told reporters Wednesday that the team is considering carrying both Alonso and Dominic Smith on Opening Day. 308 more words


World Series Champion Art Shamsky On 1969 Mets, Tom Seaver & New Book

(CBS Local)– Art Shamsky’s life changed forever after he won a World Series with the New York Mets in 1969.

It’s been 50 years since the Mets beat the Baltimore Orioles to win the title and Shamsky tells the stories of that season and his friendships with his teammates in a new Simon & Schuster book with Erik Sherman called “After The Miracle.” Nobody expected the Mets to win it all that year. 273 more words