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Matt Harvey says he once mistook Jacob deGrom for a woman

Matt Harvey has been making the rounds on the talk show circuit over the past few weeks and his latest stop was a sit-down on “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” And while the New York Mets pitcher didn’t say anything as salacious as what he revealed during last week’s appearance on Bravo’s trashy gabfest “Watch What Happens Live,” he did mention how he originally mistook...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Jacob deGrom will not cut off his long hair

New York Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom will not cut off his iconic long hair as he threatened to do.During the Mets’ playoff run, the long-haired fireballer said his mane was getting long and that he was thinking of taking it all off. That plan apparently has changed, as he told the New York Daily News that he is only going to get the hair cleaned up. BREAKING NEWS: Jacob deGrom...
Via Larry Brown Sports
November 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Jacob deGrom planning to cut his long hair

You’d think there would be more important things to talk about on the eve of the World Series, but…here we are. Prior to what ended up being an historic Game 1 Tuesday night, Jacob deGrom announced that he is likely going to be visiting the barber’s chair soon. “I think (my hair) is gone at the end of the year,” the New York Mets pitcher said via the New York Daily News...
Via Hall of Very Good
October 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Kershaw-deGrom to rival Arrieta-Cole matchup

In the National League Wild Card game, we witnessed two aces going head to head in Jake Arrieta and Gerrit Cole. Arrieta pitched just as brilliantly as he had during the regular season, throwing a shutout against the Pirates and advancing to the Division Series against the St. Louis Cardinals. Gerrit Cole could not match the Cubs’ ace as the long ball plagued him, giving up...
Via Fangraphs
October 09, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Mets 2015 Preview: 3 Up and 3 Down

The New York Mets have been mired in mediocrity for years. 2014, despite a record that looked eerily similar to previous years, offered a glimpse at what might be around the corner. Under the radar prospect Jacob deGrom took the league by storm and won NL Rookie of the Year. Zack Wheeler started to come into his own. Juan Lagares took home a Gold Glove in centerfield while also making...
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

The key to a successful New York Mets season

Travis d’Arnaud will be eyeing an all-star caliber season The New York Mets have a lot of things going for them this season: a young pitching rotation loaded with talent, a few offensive play makers, and the fourth-best farm system in Major League Baseball. So who is the last piece to a puzzle that has been constructed over the last five years? Some will argue Wilmer Flores, a...
February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Mets shut down deGrom

The New York Mets have opted to err on the side of caution with their breakout young pitcher Jacob deGrom and have chosen to skip his final turn in the rotation. The Mets have been known to try to keep their young arms healthy-with varying levels of success- by imposing innings caps. It’s a similar strategy to what the Nationals did with Stephen Strasburg two years ago, just that...
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Jacob deGrom makes history

It seems that even when the New York Mets are terrible, there is still one player who makes people want to continue watching. In 2011, it was Jose Reyes going on to win the National League batting title. In 2012, it was R.A. Dickey and his quest for 20 wins. In 2013, Matt Harvey burst onto the scene, earning a start in the All Star Game. In 2014, it has been Jacob deGrom. The rookie...
September 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Jacob deGrom and his future role

Last night against the Atlanta Braves, Jacob deGrom put together arguably his best major league start to date. With that and the return of Dillon Gee to the rotation, deGrom’s future with the Mets is a little bit cloudy. Going into next season, the Mets seem to have more major league ready starting pitching than needed for the five starting spots. Matt Harvey will be back and seemingly...
July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Jacob deGrom getting it de-one for the Mets

New York Mets SP Jacob deGrom has enjoyed a strong start to his Major League career, putting together a string of four quality starts dating back to mid-May. Saturday, against the Phillies, he gave up three earned runs while striking out 11 in 6.1 innings. The first six were flawless. The three runs yielded are a career high, but so are the 11 Ks, and they came on just three hits...
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June 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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