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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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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Rob Manfred and The MLB Should be Embarrassed with their Newest Rule

Yesterday afternoon the MLB announced a new rule that will be in place at all levels of minor league baseball to speed up the game. This is something that baseball fans have seen before, most notably in last years World Baseball Classic and it is interesting, to say the least. Rob Manfred, the commissioner of […]

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March 15, 2018

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