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Michael Cuddyer Is Fueling Recent Mets Offense

Wanted to update this post with some quotes from Lucas Duda and Michael Cuddyer who spoke to Fred Kerber of the New York Post about the recent uptick in Mets offense and how Cuddyer is fueling that. “I felt my swing was getting better even — without the results,” Cuddyer said. “But nobody wants to hear about the process, they just want to see the results. But as a player...
Via Mets Merized Online
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Mets' Michael Cuddyer making Citi Field his new home

In the past few seasons, New York Mets left fielder Michael Cuddyer has hit significantly better at home, which is now carrying over to his new home, Citi Field. Cuddyer, who is in his first season in the Mets' outfield, highlighted his homebody tendencies with a recent three-game homestretch against the Phillies in which he bashed a pair of homers and knocked five hits in 10 at...
Via Fox Sports
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Michael Cuddyer on his home park hitting

“I like hitting at home, no matter where home is,” Cuddyer said. “You’re used to the background, you’re used to the surroundings, the confines, you’re used to everything. The more you play somewhere, the better off you are and if you look at my track record I have always hit better at home — no matter what my home was.” Source: New York Post The article showed his...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Cuddyer Is Finally Starting To Hit

For the first five weeks of the season, it looked like the Mets’ biggest acquisition from this past offseason was going to be a total bust. However, over the last two or three weeks, Michael Cuddyer has finally begun to turn it around at the plate. Going into the Milwaukee series, Cuddyer was slashing just .233/.298/.358, showing very little power, and was probably one of the least...
Via Mets Merized Online
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MLB Week 7 Recap: Those poor Mets; Hamilton set to return

There’s at least one new face at the top of the standings as teams are starting to experience the hot and cold that comes with a very long season. The Tampa Bay Rays moved ahead of the New York Yankees for first place in the AL East, and the New York Mets surrendered the top spot in the NL East to the Washington Nationals after two unsettling injury problems to key players last...
Via Sports-Glory
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Cuddyer Exacerbating Struggles for Fading Mets

With two runners in scoring position in a 1-0 game against the Washington Nationals, New York Mets Michael Cuddyer tries to check his swing in the eighth-inning of a baseball game in New York, Sunday, May 3, 2015. The home plate umpire called him out on strikes and the Mets failed to score in the bottom of the ninth, losing to the Nationals for the third time in a four-game series...
Via The Sports Journal
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Michael Cuddyer Got Chills After Ninth Inning Double Play

In his first home game as a New York Met, right fielder Michael Cuddyer said he’s played in many regular season games, but none that gave him the chills after the Mets turned a double play in the ninth inning. “Looking in the crowd and seeing people high-fiving each other, the excitement and the passion, it was one of the first times in a regular season game I had chills....
Via Mets Merized Online
April 13, 2015  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Two Bold Prediction for 2015

1. The New York Mets will get into the playoffs without winning the NL East division The National League East looks to be an extremely competitive division for the 2015 season. For the New York Mets, getting into the playoffs will be the top priority, even if they do not the division. The Washington Nationals have been selected the favorite to win the World Series, leaving the Mets...
March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Can Michael Cuddyer continue his spring training success?

The Mets big splash move of the offseason was signing now 36 year old outfielder, Michael Cuddyer. Most Mets fans were disappointed that the Mets gave up their first round pick for the 2015 draft for an aging outfielder, who struggled to stay on the field and played his past three seasons in Coors Field. During his tenure with the Twins, Cuddyer was an all-star once in 2011 and...
March 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Why did the Mets just sign Michael Cuddyer?

Surprise! The Mets just signed outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two-year deal, $21 million. Welcome to New York @mcuddy3! We've signed outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two-year contract. #Mets — New York Mets (@Mets) November 10, 2014 Double surprise! The Mets apparently have money to spend. Or at least they are pretending like they might. You see,...
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November 10, 2014  |  Discuss

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