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METS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Mets Minors: Gavin Cecchini continues to impress offensively

The most unappreciated prospect for the Mets right now is Gavin Cecchini. It seems odd to type that since most of my comments since the day the Mets drafted him have been less than flattering. But the simple truth is that since the end of last season, Cecchini has been putting up tremendous numbers that are not a fluke. Cecchini got an undeserved promotion to Hi-A last year after...
Via Mets360.com
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mets' Harvey reportedly won't need medical exam after poor outing

New York Mets ace Matt Harvey might be dealing with apparent arm fatigue after coming off his shortest outing of his career, according to Mets manager Terry Collins. "I have not talked to Matt yet, but it looks like he might be going through some of that dead arm stuff that sometimes happens. This might help him to have an extra day to get him back on track," Collins, referring to...
Via Fox Sports
3 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dodgers & Mets Should Be Trade Partners

It’s been well documented the needs of the Los Angeles Dodgers – to bolster its starting staff behind Greinke and Kershaw – especially with the news of Hyun-Jin Ryu’s injury and to augment their back end rather than relying on Carlos Frias or Mike Bolsinger for the whole season (although they’ve both been very good to this point). They also can’t rely on the continued...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Mets Recall Danny Muno, Option Johnny Monell

The Mets announced they have called up infielder Daniel Muno from Triple-A Las Vegas. This will be the second time around for Muno, who had one hit in six plate appearances for the Mets earlier this season. He was hitting .280 with one home run and 12 RBI in 100 at-bats for Las Vegas on the year. To make room for Muno, the Mets optioned catcher Johnny Monell back to Triple-A.
Via Mets Merized Online
17 hours ago  |  Discuss

Is Noah Syndegaard One too Many for the Mets’ Rotation?

New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard looks at the scoreboard as he leaves the baseball game against the Chicago Cubs during the sixth inning Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast) Since Dillon Gee went on the disabled list with a groin injury on May 9th, and Noah Syndegaard was called up, he has had three strong outings.  Although he posted...
Via The Sports Journal
21 hours ago  |  Discuss

Eric Campbell: Soup’s Too Cold

David Wright has been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, which varies in its severity. While doctors are hoping it can be alleviated with rest in David’s case, it has also been known to be more severe, as it caused Lenny Dykstra to end his career at the age of 35. Whatever the case may be, oh Captain our Captain will be out for a while longer, leaving the Mets weighing their options...
Via Mets Merized Online
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Collins Attributes Harvey’s Career-Worst Outing To Pitching On Regular Rest

After Matt Harvey endured the worst start of his major league career on Saturday, Terry Collins used the opportunity to say that pitching on regular rest played a significant role in what transpired. Harvey, who made it known before the game he unhappy about the six-man rotation, gave up six hits including two homers, two walks and seven runs in four innings. “You’ve got to...
Via Mets Merized Online
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Will We See Wright Again This Year?

At the beginning of spring training I wrote the position player the Mets could least afford to lose was third baseman David Wright. We can now assume that to be the case with reports out Pittsburgh are Wright’s lower-back pain has resurfaced and he’s been shut down again. The 32-year-old Wright went on the disabled list April 15 with a pulled right hamstring, and the initial...
Via New York Mets Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Six-Man Rotation Could Be Good For Mets, Pending Harvey’s Approval

The New York Mets are again making noise about going with a six-man rotation when Dillon Gee is activated from the disabled list. Doing so would allow them to not choose between Gee and Noah Syndergaard, Friday’s starter in Pittsburgh. The Mets considered this before Gee was injured, but rejected it, in large part because it would have meant Matt Harvey pitching with more rest...
Via New York Mets Report
2 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: as team gets healthier what’s the next move?

The New York Mets have been decimated by injuries for most of this season so far. Despite the losses of some of the most important members of the team, the Mets have managed to put together a solid season, with a record of 24-18 and only half a game out of first place in the division despite an offense that goes through lengthy cold spells. Though the absences have been lengthy...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Lucas Duda, Everyday Player

Over the last six months, Lucas Duda has probably heard a lot about last season’s .180 batting average against left-handers. A quick search reveals more than half a million hits for “Lucas Duda .180” and all the results in the first five pages were relevant. Fortunately for Duda, that unsightly .180 batting average in just […]
Via Fangraphs
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Why Terry Collins didn't let Jacob deGrom go the distance in gem

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom was three outs away from a potential one-hit gem that would have served as the first complete game shutout of his career. Only, manager Terry Collins pulled him out of the game after the eighth inning, denying him a shot to finish his masterpiece and potentially retire the remaining three batters of the game to swell his total to 26 consecutive...
Via Fox Sports
3 days ago  |  Discuss

'No panic,' 'no sense of urgency' in Mets' clubhouse despite slide

In 10 days, the aura surrounding the New York Mets has drastically changed, at least in the eyes of fans and the media. On May 10, Bartolo Colón led the Mets to a 7-4 victory over the Phillies, and New York was atop the NL East with a sizzling 20-11 start to the season. Ten days later, Colón was starting for the Mets again, only this time the veteran pitcher was knocked around...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Bartolo Colon reached base on an infield chopper

Bartolo Colon is a notoriously terrible (yet amusing) hitter. And this at bat resulted in a notoriously terrible swing from Colon. Yet, the stars aligned on this chopper off the plate. Yadier Molina couldn’t field it cleanly. Colon reached base safely. The angels began to sing. A Bartolo Colon infield single would melt the Internet, but alas, this play went down as an error on...
Via The Outside Corner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Should the Mets trade Jon Niese over Dillon Gee?

Throughout this career, Jon Niese has been nothing short of an effective left-handed pitcher for the New York Mets. With a career winning percentage aournd .500, Niese currently finished only two of his eight total seasons with more losses than wins. Niese is also the only lefty in the Mets’ starting rotation, but with Steven Matz on his way up to the majors, Niese may begin...
Via Mets360.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

On the Daniel Murphy infield screw-up

“I should not be by home plate, ideally,” said Murphy, who hit a two-run homer, accounting for the Mets’ only runs of the forgettable evening, and upping his team-leading RBI total to 22. “I was watching Reynolds over there. With the base open, I thought they may try that. When he broke, I broke. It was the wrong play.” Collins said: “There are times that players try...
Via Mets360.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Matt Harvey Throws 8 Scoreless Innings, Leaves with No Decision

New York Mets pitcher Mat Harvey delivers the ball to the St. Louis Cardinals during the second inning of a baseball game Monday, May 18, 2015, at Citi Field in New York. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun) For the third start in a row, the New York Mets failed to give Matt Harvey more than one run of offensive support. Harvey once again went out and did his job for the Mets, yet their offense...
Via The Sports Journal
5 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Nieuwenhuis’s roster spot in jeopardy

Following Monday night’s late game heroics, the Mets have announced an additional roster move. Outfielder Darrell Ceciliani will be called up from Triple-A Las Vegas. Ceciliani is a left hand hitting, defensively focused outfielder that the Mets drafted in the 2009 draft. Despite his reputation as a defense first outfielder, he’s had some offensive success at Las Vegas this season...
Via isportsweb.com
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilmer Flores Hitting Well but Struggling with Fielding

New York Mets’ Wilmer Flores watches as he hits a grand slam against the Milwaukee Brewers during the fourth inning of a baseball game, Saturday, May 16, 2015, in New York. (AP Photo/Craig Ruttle) It’s not every day that a team’s leader in homeruns bats in the bottom of the order in the majority of their games. But that’s exactly where New York Mets’ manager, Terry Collins...
Via The Sports Journal
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets fan caught on camera groping woman's breast during game (VIDEO)

A New York Mets fan was caught on a broadcast camera as he repeatedly groped a woman during a game at Citi Field on Sunday. The man, whose identity is not known at this time, could be seen sitting on the third base line during the seventh inning of the game grabbing at the breast of the woman next to him. The woman seemed annoyed by his actions as the PIX11 network camera...
Via The Other Paper
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Carlos Gomez gets hit in head with 97 mph fastball

Milwaukee Brewers fans were dealt a serious scare Sunday afternoon. Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez had to be removed from Milwaukee’s matchup with the New York Mets after taking a 97-mph fastball from rookie pitcher Noah Syndergaard straight to the ear flap. That’s some difficult footage to watch, but amazingly, Gomez reportedly avoided significant injury. Carlos Gomez...
Via NESN.com
7 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets news getting worse before it gets better

The New York Mets are scuffling. They have lost 5 straight coming off a 4 game sweep at the hands of the Chicago Cubs and a bad 7-0 loss to the Milawukee Brewers. Beyond that, the injury bug is continuing to bite, decimating an already weak lineup. And even as returns stay off in the distance, more and more players at all levels of the organization keep going down. The Mets continue...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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