Bartolo Colon Signing A Pleasant Surprise By New York Mets
Bartolo Colon

The New York Mets surprised most of baseball at the MLB Winter Meetings Wednesday night with the signing of veteran starter Bartolo Colon to a two-year contract worth $20 million. Of course, no one had to be more surprised than […]

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Chris Young

  New York Mets manager Terry Collins has already had to play roster roulette at first base. As early as next week, he may have to do the same with his outfielders. Chris Young, who has been on the disabled […]

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JL

On Wednesday night, Atlanta Braves first baseman Freddie Freeman crushed a fastball from New York Mets pitcher Zack Wheeler deep to center field. Center fielder Juan Lagares turned to chase the ball and, in only a few strides, made a […]

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David Wright

It’s Apr. 10, 2014, and the New York Mets have played eight games. So far, the Mets’ offense has been abysmal, batting .190/.261/.321 as a team with 79 strikeouts. Is there enough of a sample size to reach a conclusion […]

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Lucas Duda New York Mets

First baseman Lucas Duda typically provides the New York Mets with all of the strikeouts of a power hitter but without the home runs. Wednesday night’s game against the Atlanta Braves was no different. The Mets entered the ninth inning trailing by […]

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Ike Davis Strikeout

Before Tuesday night’s game, the New York Mets had struck out 61 times in six games, an average of more than 10 times per game. That is an alarming rate for any team, but the concern for the  Mets is […]

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Jose Valverde Mets

In the wake of New York Mets’ closer Bobby Parnell being sidelined for the rest of the 2014 season due to Tommy John surgery, Jose Valverde’s temporary move into the closer’s role appears to be more permanent. While the Mets […]

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WG

While the New York Mets were finally able to get off the schneid this weekend, winning their first and second games of the 2014 season, the offense, or lack thereof, continues to be a cause for concern. Although it’s a […]

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Jon Niese

New York Mets fans have been conditioned to expect the worst when one of their players suffers an injury. A tweak in the hamstring could mean a month on the disabled list. A sprained ankle could mean an entire half […]

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