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Syndergaard's 'Food Fight' With Wright Should Concern Mets Fans

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by Andrew Crawford (@A_Crawford4)

Spring Training is in its infancy and Mets fans already have cause for concern. On Monday afternoon during their first intrasquad game, top prospect Noah Syndergaard was eating his lunch in the clubhouse instead of sitting in the dugout with the rest of his team. 790 more words

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New York Mets Season Outlook Part 2

On Wednesday, I gave you my half glass empty assessment of the Mets season, stating in a worst case season the Mets would go 75-87. In Part 2 we are going to look at the upcoming year through a positive lense, if everything were to fall into place. 1,082 more words

Does Jon Niese Really Think He Can Kick A 53 Yard Field Goal

Mets pitchers want to know: Can Jon Niese kick a 53-yard field goal?

Let me explain: There were some late-game heroics in the Georgia-Georgia Tech college football matchup Saturday afternoon, as Harrison Butker kicked  267 more words


Cole Hamels No Longer Sucks Against the Mets

In a lost season for the Phillies where positives are hard to come by, there might be a silver lining in that ace Cole Hamels may have finally solved his kryptonite. 796 more words

If you’re not talking about Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets, it’s time you start

This season, Jacob deGrom has been giving fans of the New York Mets more reason to believe in the future. The 26-year old rookie pitcher wasn’t the pitcher many were projecting to be the talk of the town this summer; however he’s made the most of his opportunity. 319 more words


Mets first half report card (4/4)


Jenrry Mejia (RHP): (A-) A savior for the Mets when we were desperate for a closer. He’s shown that he’s the closer of the future for the Mets and that at some points, he’s just straight unhitable. 281 more words


Wheeler and Dealing? New York Mets shopping Wheeler

The New York Mets could be moving one of their best young arms at the MLB trade deadline. With an abundance of young arms, and Matt Harvey returning next season, the Mets are strongly hinting that they will trade some of this young pitching to bring in a bat or two for a team whose lineup resembles that of a Triple A squad. 396 more words