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Name: Mets Merized Online
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Date Added: 2007-01-28 19:32:13
  
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MMO Morning Grind: The Insurance Run Epidemic
Good morning, Mets fans! Let me set the scene. The Mets head into an important inning, late in the game. It might even be the 9th. It’s usually the 9th. They’re down by a run, or maybe 2. Whatever the deficit is, it’s usually larger by the time the inning ends. The Mets hand out […]

MMO Game Recap: Cardinals 3, Mets 0
Once again, the Mets got stellar starting pitching, and once again, the bullpen was solid with the exception of Jose Valverde, but unfortunately, as has happened far too often this early season, once again, the Mets bats fell silent. The Cardinals got a brilliant pitching performance by Adam Wainwright, who was forced to leave the […]

MMO Game Thread: Cardinals vs Mets, 7:10 PM
After moving back above .500 with a win against the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night, the Mets tackle them again tonight at Citi Field. Cards ace Adam Wainwright opposes Dillon Gee in a  7:10 PM start as the 4-game series continues. Dillon Gee picked up his first win of the season in last start against Arizona, pitching 7.0 scoreless innings, […]

Mets Notes: Gee on the Hill, Wright Has 12 Game Hit Streak
After moving back above .500 with a win against the St. Louis Cardinals on Monday night, the Mets tackle them again tonight at Citi Field. Cards ace Adam Wainwright opposes Dillon Gee in a  7:10 PM start as the 4-game series continues. Dillon Gee picked up his first win of the season in the Mets’ 5-2 victory against Arizona on April […]

Anthony Recker Proving To Be Solid Backup Catcher
When Anthony Recker made the Opening Day roster in 2013, I thought to myself: “Who on earth is this guy?” The now 30 year old backstop for the Mets is making a case for staying in Flushing for the near future. Anthony Recker had played in only 27 games in his major league career, in […]

It’s Time for Sandy to Upgrade Shortstop
After Jenrry Mejia and the bullpen turned in spectacular performances to help the Mets improve to 10-9 last night, I thought to myself, how the hell are the Mets one game above .500 given how bad their offense has been to start the season? It’s even more mind-boggling when you consider the caliber of teams […]

Mets Farm Report: Campbell Soups One Out, Nimmo Two More Knocks
Las Vegas 5, El Paso 4  Logan Verrett took the ball for the 51s and delivered a so-so start giving up four earned runs on eight hits in four innings pitched. He walked none and struck out five. Vic Black threw a rare clean inning, striking out two in the process and keeping his ERA spotless. […]

Granderson is Veering Toward the Precipice
Precipice: prec·i·pice noun : A point where danger, trouble, or difficulty begins We’re closing in on the end of the first month of the season and right fielder Curtis Granderson is batting .121 with just eight hits and a .451 OPS in 76 plate appearances. It’s that time of the year when statisticians drum up […]

Howie Rose: That’s As Good As It Gets!
In probably one of the most satisfying wins thus far, the Mets, backed by superb pitching and spectacular defense, narrowly shut out the Cardinals, 2-0. While the offense was not overwhelming, they were able to work Cardinals’ starter Tyler Lyons enough to knock in two runs and draw four walks. it was a much needed […]

Draft Update: Harrison, Kolek, Toussaint
Kolek Could Go Top 5 ESPN’s Keith Law recently had a chance to check out Texas high schooler Tyler Kolek. The Shepard H.S senior came into the season as a surefire first round pick, but his stock has been on the rise since. The fire-balling right-hander, who has been known to hit 100 MPH on the […]

MMO Spotlight: Jenrry Mejia is 3-0 with a 1.99 ERA
The Mets are now 4-0 in games started by Jenrry Mejia. On Monday night against the St. Louis Cardinals, Mejia was sizzling as he held the defending NL champs to just four hits in 6.2 scoreless innings. With blister-gate completely behind him, the young righty looked like an unstoppable force on the mound, stopping the Cards’ […]

MMO Game Recap: Mets 2 , Cardinals 0
The Mets defeated the St. Louis Cardinals by a score of 2-0 on Monday night at Citi Field.  Debuting their camouflage uniforms that will be worn for five Military Monday night games throughout the season, righthander Jenrry Mejia opposed Cardinals southpaw Tyler Lyons. What you should know: Jenrry Mejia looked sharp right out of the […]

MMO Game Thread: Cardinals vs Mets, 7:10 PM
The Mets will host the defending National League champion St. Louis Cardinals at 7:10 PM on Monday at Citi Field, in the first of a four-game series. Jenrry Mejia will start for the Mets and will oppose left-hander Tyler Lyons for the Cards. Mejia left his last start with a torn blister on the middle finger of […]

MMO Players of the Week: Three Vets For Military Monday
Nothing is very new about the New York Mets… it has been another up and down week yet again. From pummeling the Diamondbacks to nearly getting swept by the Braves, the mystery of how the Mets go from performing like All-Stars on the road to playing like a little league team at home will likely remain unsolved […]

Andrew Brown Optioned To Make Room For Bobby Abreu
The Mets have added Bobby Abreu to the 25 man roster and he will be available for tonight’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Andrew Brown was optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas to make room for him. Brown batted .185 with one home run and five RBI in 30 plate appearances this season. The 40-year-old Abreu hasn’t […]

Mets Have Not Discussed Making An Offer To Hanrahan
April 21 Mike Puma of the NY Post was told the Mets still have not discussed whether they will make an offer to free agent reliever Joel Hanrahan. With 20 teams interested, this isn’t really surprising. April 18 Close to 20 teams showed up to watch veteran closer Joel Hanrahan throw in a showcase at the University […]

Which Current Met Is The Best Option For Closer?
Adam Rubin of ESPN New York asked three scouts who cover the Mets which young pitcher in the organization would be the best choice to close if the Mets needed someone in the next few months? The options presented were Gonzalez Germen, Jeurys Familia, Jenrry Mejia, Jacob deGrom, Rafael Montero, Jeff Walters or someone else. Here are their responses: Scout […]

Harvey Takes Another Step Forward In Return
Matt Harvey took another step forward in his rehab from Tommy John surgery on Friday, according to a report in the Daily News. Harvey is now tossing on flat ground from 90 feet as he continues to work his way back. The next step in his rehab will be to throw from 120 feet, Harvey […]

Series Preview: St. Louis Cardinals
It looked for a while like it would be a devastating start to a long homestand. The Mets had lost two of their first three against Atlanta, with all of the positive momentum built up on the road being washed away with each Curtis Granderson out, but then, in the series’ final game, in the […]

Mets Will Wear Camo Jerseys For Military Monday
The Mets will be wearing their new camouflage jerseys on Monday night for the first of five “Military Monday” games this season. U.S. Military personnel with active or retired military identification will receive complimentary tickets to tonight’s game for themselves and up to three guests. For the remaining games outside of Military Mondays, the Mets […]

MMO Players of the Week: Veteran Presence
Nothing is very new about the New York Mets… it has been another up and down week yet again. From pummeling the Diamondbacks to nearly getting swept by the Braves, the mystery of how the Mets go from performing like All-Stars on the road to playing like a little league team at home will likely remain unsolved […]

Mets Farm Report: Abreu Homers In Final Triple-A Tuneup
Las Vegas 11, El Paso 4  Jacob deGrom took the mound for the 51′s on Sunday and came away with the win. The 6’4 right-hander went just five innings, allowed three runs, walked a pair and struck out six. The 26-year old righty, now has a 1.57 ERA with a 0.957 WHIP in four starts with 21 […]

Collins Needs to Stop Babying Duda and Bat Him Cleanup
When Terry Collins made the decision to get Curtis Granderson out of the cleanup spot, I wasn’t really too surprised. It was something that clearly needed to be done. Hopefully, this will get Granderson’s bat going again and he can become the run producer this team thought they were getting when they signed him to […]

MMO Morning Grind: Too Much “Free Baseball” Could Prove Costly
Good morning, Mets Fans! Nice win yesterday, although it took a bit too long, dragging on for 14 innings before Curtis Granderson won it by doing what he does best: making an out. The absurd length of yesterday’s game is actually what brings me to the topic of this edition of the Morning Grind. The […]

 
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