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MMO Players of the Week: Granderson Heats Up, DeGrom Plays Stopper

After hitting the skids by dropping seven games in a row, the Mets welcomed the Los Angeles Angels into Citi Field for a three-game series, hoping to turn their fortunes around. The Angels were coming off a four-game winning streak, after sweeping the Chicago White Sox at home. The Mets sent their ace Jacob deGrom to the mound Friday night, looking to stop the bleeding. The 28-year...
Via Mets Merized Online
18 hours ago

When Cespedes Returns, Granderson Will Likely Head to the Bench

Terry Collins will soon have to decide who is going to be the odd man out in the Mets’ crowed outfield. Yoenis Cespedes, who has been out since April 27th with a strained hamstring, is nearing a return perhaps as early as this week. Collins says Cespedes is in second week of “an extended running program”, though the Mets have not given an exact date for his return. (David Popper...
Via Mets Merized Online
1 day ago

Curtis Granderson’s bat is desperately trying to save his job

Curtis Granderson knows he can hit. After all, he is a three-time All-Star and 14-year veteran with 297 home runs and 816 RBIs to his name. But even he needs reminders of how to refocus and get back to basics when he goes through struggles. Enter Mets hitting coaches Kevin Long and Pat Roessler, who...
Via New York Post
2 days ago

Mets face easy Granderson choice — that Collins wants to ignore

For the Mets, Yoenis Cespedes’ return represents reinforcements. But for struggling Curtis Granderson, it probably means the bench. Cespedes has been running since Monday, and could conceivably be back in the lineup as early as Tuesday without a rehab assignment. Outfielders Michael Conforto and Jay Bruce have been the Mets’ next best hitters. Granderson, who...
Via New York Post
3 days ago

Curtis Granderson leads the parade of going-to-be-gone Mets

The 2016-2017 off-season for the Mets was an unusual anomaly. There were no roster moves of any consequence, the roster that ended 2016 was barely changed as the 2017 season started. The Mets may catch fire or they may muddle on as they have been this season, but either way they are not going to play a basically pat hand like they did last year. The end is certainly near for...
Via Mets360.com
6 days ago

Mets' Granderson keeping tabs on Crew's Ray

Mets outfielder Curtis Granderson is keeping a close eye on Brewers prospect Corey Ray's comeback from knee surgery.
Via Mets.com
9 days ago

The 10 worst MLB players so far in 2017

With the 162-game grind that is an MLB regular season, players and teams are bound to go through rough patches. It’s inevitable, and while everyone tries to minimize them as much as possible, the struggles can sometimes wear on for much longer than anyone would like.Going through a bad month is not uncommon around baseball. It’s just difficult to have it happen to a player...
Via The Sports Daily
22 days ago  |  Discuss

How big of a free agent misstep is Jacoby Ellsbury?

As his fourth year in New York begins, it’s hard to believe that Jacoby Ellsbury is, at best, an afterthought on the Yankees. In 2011, then on the Red Sox, Ellsbury was a near shoo-in for the AL MVP. This, after slugging a career high 32 home runs and hitting .321/376/.522 with 39 stolen bases. That year turned out to be something of an oasis in his Boston career. Most notably...
Via The Sports Post
April 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Noah Syndergaard steals Phillie Phanatic’s ATV during pregame stretches

New York Mets ace Noah Syndergaard has a history with giving mascots a hard time.That continued Monday night before the Mets took on the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park.The Phillie Phanatic was driving around in his ATV prior to the game, and Syndergaard wanted to take it for a spin.Teammate Curtis Granderson distracted the Phanatic with a little pregame dancing, while...
Via NESN.com
April 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Curtis Granderson makes Mets history with two extra-inning homers

The day did not start particularly well for the New York Mets, who lost pitcher Jacob deGrom for the season with a nerve injury, but it ended in grand(erson) style. Trailing the Minnesota Twins 2-1 in the bottom of the 11th inning, outfielder Curtis Granderson led off with a solo homerun that tied things up. And although the Mets would fail to push across another run despite two...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 18, 2016  |  Discuss
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