New York Mets: Mid-Season Review

Baseball season is in full swing and division races throughout the league are taking shape and it is do or die time for plenty of teams throughout the league, including the Mets. To this point in the season, the Mets have had a lot of ups and downs, as every team has. Their lineup has […]

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June 27, 2019

My Bold Predictions For The Mets 2019 Season

Finally, baseball is back! I have been waiting for Opening Day since the General Managers meetings in early November, and no I’m not exaggerating.Ever since that week, scouring Twitter to find articles about the New York Mets, written by beat reporters, has been a large part of my daily routine. Baseball is not just something […]

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This Week in Mets Spring Training: The Bryce Harper Reaction

It has happened. Bryce Harper is back in the NL East, but now his home is in Philadelphia with the Phillies. On Thursday of last week, Harper officially signed a massive 13 year 330 million dollar contract with the Phillies that includes no opt-outs and a full no-trade clause. Harper going to Philadelphia seemed inevitable […]

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This Week in Mets Spring Training: Depth Will Be Tested

Spring Training has begun, games are being played, pitchers and hitters are preparing for the marathon ahead of them, and as always, Mets are dealing with injuries to key players early in camp. Every Spring Training the Mets, like every team, deal with injuries. However, as I documented in my most recent article¬†this season the […]

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February 27, 2019

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Depth Will Determine the Success of the 2019 Mets

Poor depth was the main reason the Mets had failed in 2017 and 2018. This year it seems as if GM Brodie Van Wagenen may have done what was necessary to build in stronger back-up plans. Brodie spent his first offseason as the Mets General Manager revamping the organization as best he could. He brought […]

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This Week in the Mets Offseason: Devin Mesoraco and What it Means

This past week the Mets added to their catching depth chart, a move that I had pointed out in weeks past as one of the few things left for the team to do before the season started. The team agreed to a minor league deal with Devin Mesoraco, a veteran catcher that was with the […]

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This Week in the Mets Offseason: Starting Pitching Depth

With all of the heavy lifting for the Mets finished all that is left is adding a few more depth pieces to strengthen the roster. In my article last week, I pointed out that the Mets only really need another pitcher that can add to their starting pitching depth and a veteran catcher to be […]

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February 5, 2019

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This Week in the Mets Offseason: Jed Lowrie May Have Been a Mistake

A few weeks ago I wrote about the Mets signing Jed Lowrie and at the time I was a fan of the deal. He made the Mets infield a strength with plenty of added flexibility. However, the signings of AJ Pollock and Asdrubal Cabrera show that the Mets may have spent a little too much […]

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January 31, 2019

This Week in the Mets Offseason: A Case for Bryce Harper

Spring Training is coming up quick, with pitchers and catchers reporting¬†to camp in less than four weeks. Even with Spring Training that close, it does not seem as if Bryce Harper or Manny Machado is close to signing a contract with any team. With that being said, I would like the Mets brass to take […]

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January 21, 2019

This Week in the Mets Offseason: Jed Lowrie and What’s Next

Boy oh boy, Brodie had a trick up his sleeve after all. It seemed like the Mets were essentially finished this offseason besides maybe a few minor league signings, a reliever, and a backup shortstop. In my past articles, I had been clamoring for a backup shortstop that was more of an offensive player that […]

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January 14, 2019