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Jeremy Hefner looks to push the Mets’ winning streak to 4 games as he takes on the Diamondbacks in Arizona at 9:40 p.m. Last time these two pitchers faced each other, Hefner and the Mets handed Corbin his first loss of the season.
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All of a sudden, I’ve been reading with head-scratching confusion how several bloggers are suggesting the New York Mets trade Wilmer Flores.
Why? What good would it serve other than just giving away a prospect? What could they possibly get for him now? Their confused reasoning is since the Mets have few position player prospects they should trade their best one. Yup, makes sense...
Although he had a solid outing (going 2-4 with three RBI’s) in Friday night’s 5-4 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, while giving Omar Quintanilla a spell at shortstop, could we be looking at Justin Turner’s last few months with the New York Mets?
With the Mets calling up prospect Wilmer Flores this week, Turner’s role as super-utility player could be in peril as we head...
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New York Mets third baseman Wilmer Flores threw his bat at a pitch, and made enough contact with it to foul it off, during Friday night's game in Arizona.
It happened in the eighth inning with one out and runners on second and third. Flores threw his bat at the 1-2 pitch from D-backs reliever Heath Bell, and the desparation move by...
Mets at D’Backs • Chase Field • 8:10 PM
Zack Wheeler (4-2, 3.91) vs. Brandon McCarthy (2-5, 4.94)
Eric Young, Jr. – LF
Juan Lagares – CF
Daniel Murphy – 2B
Marlon Byrd – RF
Ike Davis – 1B
Wilmer Flores – 3B
John Buck – C
Omar Quintanilla – SS
Zack Wheeler – RHP
New York suffered its 10th walk-off loss last night. The 10...
In a back and forth affair that saw multiple lead changes, some dumb decisions, and a Mets team that continues to show a little heart — they were sent away via a Paul Goldschmidt walk-off home run to start this road trip off with a loss.
The Mets came in looking like a team with some momentum behind them, taking the lead in the 4th to break up what began as a pitcher’s duel....
Oh, Rafael Montero…way to put the exclamation point on a wonderful night of Mets pitching! I was originally so disappointed in the organization’s decision to put Montero in Triple-A where he could have been victimized by the factors that make the PCL so bad for pitchers… and originally, it seemed like he would be.
But he battened down the mental hatches, turned it up a notch...
New York Mets History: August 4, 1982 – Former New York Met Joel Youngblood became the first player in Major League history to get a base hit for two different teams in two different cities in the same day. He started the day as a New York Met and collected a two-run single off Ferguson Jenkins in the third inning at Wrigley Field against the Chicago Cubs. Youngblood was notified...
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Jeremy Hefner is being optioned to Triple-A Las Vegas, but could be hurt and may end up going on the Disabled List.
Jon Niese has been activated and will start today’s game.
Sandy Alderson said that Hefner will go to New York to see team doctors said he could end up on DL.
He also added that if Hefner checks out medically, the Mets will use him for spot starts…
The Mets selected L.J. Mazzilli in the fourth round of the 2013 MLB Draft. He was recently ranked the Mets 22nd best prospect in MMN’s Mid-Season Top 25. Upon being drafted, L.J told Newsday:
“It all seemed to make sense,” said L.J., who played college baseball for UConn. “They say everything happens for a reason, and I feel like this is where I’m meant to be right now...
The NL Cy Young race has quite obviously become a two-man race between the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw and our very own Matt Harvey. And although we may all be a tad biased towards Mr. Harvey, it’s important as baseball fans to give Kershaw a fair argument. Here’s a brief breakdown of the two:
Kershaw is sporting a sickeningly low 1.91 ERA, and is on pace to finish...
Oklahoma City 6, Las Vegas 4
The Las Vegas 51s scored three runs in the first inning today against visiting Oklahoma City, but surrendered six unanswered runs in a 6-4 loss at Cashman Field. The good news for Las Vegas is Sacramento also lost today, meaning the 51s stayed one game behind the first-place River Cats in the Pacific Southern Division. The loss broke an eight-game winning...
The batting order changed for this first time in four games Saturday night and the result was a stagnant offense and a 4-1 Diamondbacks loss to the Mets. Manager Kirk Gibson gave Eric Chavez some rest, moving Martin Prado back to third and starting Gerardo Parra. While Arizona collected 11 hits, they stranded 10 and only scored a single run.