Juan Lagares

The 2014 New York Mets will be without their best player for at least the next two weeks. The team will place center fielder Juan Lagares on the 15-day disabled list with a strained hamstring, an injury he suffered hustling […]

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Juan Lagares Mets

Although the New York Mets broke out the bats Monday night in their 7-3 victory over the Arizona Diamondbacks, the injury to Juan Lagares is what everyone is talking about. Lagares, in an attempt to beat out a double-play, pulled […]

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Ike Davis

Outfielder Chris Young is on track to return to New York Mets when they begin their next homestand against the Atlanta Braves on Friday. He seems to be fully recovered from the quad strain that landed him on the disabled […]

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Going into Sunday, the New York Mets actually had a chance of winning their weekend series against the Los Angeles Angels. With Bartolo Colon taking the mound after coming off of a great seven-inning performance, the Mets chances looked good — until the game […]

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Mets Jose Valverde

The offseason signing of former Detroit Tigers closer Jose Valverde seemed like an incredibly wise move for the New York Mets by general manager Sandy Alderson after closer Bobby Parnell went down with an injury that requires Tommy John surgery, and will keep […]

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Lucas Duda

Well, that was fast. Yesterday speculation ran rampant about the future of Lucas Duda‘s starting job at first base. Because Ike Davis was scheduled to be in the lineup at first base on Thursday night, certain beat reporters assumed Duda’s […]

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Travis d'Arnaud New York Mets

Travis d’Arnaud, like most of the New York Mets‘ offense, has struggled immensely eight games into the season, but the Mets organization must remain patient with d’Arnaud as he continues to adjust to major league pitching. When the  Mets traded […]

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Bartolo Colon New York Mets

When the New York Mets signed Bartolo Colon in the offseason, he was meant to be an innings-eater who would provide a number of quality starts in place of Matt Harvey, who is out for the year after Tommy John […]

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Curtis Granderson

As the 2013 season wound down, one major area of improvement became apparent — the New York Mets have trouble winning at home. Since 2011, the Amazins are 105-144 at Citi Field and a game over .500 (122-121) on the […]

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