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A friendly reminder that the fundraiser for Mets Media Relations Director, Shannon Forde, is coming up on November 1st. There will be a dinner and a meet and greet with some beloved Mets players, past and present. Here are some new details. Click on the links for more information, and help out any way you […]
Today, the Mets held a press conference to reveal the official logo of the 2013 All-Star Game, which will be held at Citi Field. Here’s a link to the full story on mets.com. To me, it looks great. Simple and classy. The team that brought us the infamous “Domino’s Pizza” Citi Field patch has done […]
Adam Rubin of ESPN reports that Dillon Gee will have surgery to repair a damaged artery in his right shoulder. The procedure should prevent any future episodes of clotting. Earlier this week, doctors discovered a clot in his shoulder that caused numbness in his pitching hand. After doctors dissolved a clot but determined Gee’s artery […]
RHP Dillon Gee has been hospitalized with numbness in the fingers of his throwing hand, according to Adam Rubin and multiple sources in the Mets organization. Manager Terry Collins said Gee is due to undergo an angiogram. “They aren’t sure what it is yet,” Collins said. According to Rubin, “A teammate said the issue was believed to […]
In case you missed it, D.J. Carrasco is back with the Mets after some injury issues and a short stint in AAA. I’m sure you are pleased upon hearing this news. The great mystery, of course, is what angle — or angles — will we see Carrasco pitch from? Is it going to be overhand, […]
Well that didn’t take long … Captain Kirk Nieuwenhuis has been beamed up from Buffalo to take over the roster spot vacated by non-vulcan Andres Torres. Terry Collins has suggested that Nieuwenhuis will be used in a platoon situation, which makes zero sense to me. Thoughts?
According to EspnNewYork.com’s Adam Rubin, Mets‘ outfielder Jason Pridie and utility-player Nick Evans cleared waivers on Friday and are officially free agents may opt for free agency. A few days earlier, Pridie and Evans had been outrighted to Triple-A Buffalo, which means that now they are off of the Mets’ 40-man roster and are free […]
Big news in Flushing — the Mets have hired former Oakland Athletics manager Bob Geren to be their 2012 bench coach. The hiring comes as a surprise, since Bud Selig / MLB generally ask that teams hold off on huge announcements at this time of year, so that focus does not waver from the excitement […]
Let the offseason moves begin! The New York Mets opened the floodgates yesterday by announcing their new season ticket packages and detailing the numerous changes that they will be implementing in an effort to retain season ticket holders as well as to incentivize new would-be buyers for the 2012 season. The biggest announcement coming out […]
Taking a page from the 1985 classic movie The Breakfast Club, Sandy Alderson continued his “Don’t You Forget About Me” media tour yesterday, this time appearing with WFAN’s Mike Francesa. Essentially, Alderson rehashed his SNY talking points from the previous day regarding the Citi Field walls, the young arms and the 2012 closer, but he […]
In case you missed it, Sandy Alderson appeared with Ron and Gary during the top of the third inning in last night’s Mets-Cardinals game. The Mets cooperated, scoring three runs, giving Alderson the time to respond from some frank questioning from Cohen. Alderson admitted that the 2012 closer may not yet be in the organization […]
Sometimes, good news comes early — such as in this case: the Mets have announced their first big free-agent signing of the offseason, by re-upping lefthanded one-out specialist Tim Byrdak. To me this is curious news, for a few reasons.
The New York Mets 1986 second base platoon will reprise their roles for a few weeks this month. Triple AAA Buffalo manager Tim Teufel will join the coaching staff this Friday and will stay until September 18th. From there, his former platoon partner Wally Backman will take his place until the end of the season.
With MLB rosters allowed to expand to up to 40 players, the Mets have made a few more September call-ups.
In case you missed it, the Mets completed their trade with the Brewers — the one that sent Francisco Rodriguez to Milwuakee. In for K-Rod, the Mets received two pitchers who did not fit into the plans of the Brewers, nor the teams they were with immediately prior. But that doesn’t mean they can’t fit […]