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METS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Further Proof Tejada Doesn’t Get It

My guess is this will be Ruben Tejada’s last season with the Mets. That is, if he lasts that long. Manager Terry Collins has called into question Tejada’s work ethic in the past, and now players are doing so. Former teammate Jose Reyes, whose own attitude has been doubted, said Tejada failed in his opportunity to seize the Mets’ shortstop job. Once off-season workout buddies...
Via New York Mets Report
2 hours ago  |  Discuss

Rollins Would Have Played For Mets, Says Their Future Is Bright

When Jimmy Rollins was still with the Phillies, there were two reports that he would use his veto rights to kill any trade to the Mets, who were reportedly very interested in the boisterous and still very productive shortstop. However, in an interview with Jerry Crasnick of ESPN, Rollins refuted those reports and admitted that the New York Mets were his second choice of preferred...
Via Mets Merized Online
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Matt Harvey impresses in first action

The Mets hope that Matt Harvey returns to his 2013 form after 18 months of rest and rehab from elbow surgery April is right around the corner, and hope is in the air. Around this time, most MLB teams are gearing up for another season. A lot of projections and things of that nature are coming out right about now. However, everyone is 0-0, so everyone has a reason to be optimistic...
Via isportsweb.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

There may still be hope for Ruben Tejada

Ex-Met shortstop Jose Reyes made a small bit of news this week when he was critical of Ruben Tejada‘s inability to lock down the starting shortstop job. Specifically, Reyes insinuated that perhaps Tejada simply had not put in the required work to hold it down long-term. This is mostly of note because Reyes isn’t very critical of anybody publicly. It also wasn’t that long...
Via Mets360.com
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mets Flashback: Dave Kingman Comes To Queens

On this day in Mets’ history in 1975, the contract of outfielder and first baseman Dave Kingman was purchased from the San Francisco Giants. The 6-foot-6 Kingman, nicknamed Kong for his prodigious strength and power, was to give the Mets the fearsome home run hitter they had never had this early in their existence. “He was going to make us a winner,’’ said Joe, a life...
Via Mets Merized Online
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mets Matters: Collins Prefers Lagares At Leadoff

Mets manager Terry Collins stated a preference today for Juan Lagares over Curtis Granderson as the leadoff hitter. Lagares has the speed, but strikes out too much and doesn’t have the on-base percentage – at least not yet – needed for that slot in the order. Lagares’ on-base percentage last year was .321 and Collins said he’d like it to be in the .330 to .340 range. ...
Via New York Mets Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mets’ Ace Matt Harvey Is Finally Back In Action

New York Mets’ starting pitcher Matt Harvey had Tommy John surgery in October of 2013 and he was far from what you might call a “happy camper” or even a remotely cooperative one about it. Initially he attempted rehabbing his torn ulnar collateral ligament but reluctantly opted for the procedure as it is, on the whole, much more effective. As soon as Harvey was out of surgery...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Mets Matters: Harvey Sharp In Throw Session

Matt Harvey threw two 20-pitch sessions to hitters without pain Friday and is on track to start, March 6, against Detroit. Harvey threw to David Wright, Michael Cuddyer, Curtis Granderson and Daniel Murphy, who only tracked pitches and did not swing. Harvey couldn’t be happier. “It was awesome,’’ Harvey told reporters in Port St. Lucie. “You step in the box and you have...
Via New York Mets Report
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets Prospect Profile: Noah Syndergaard

New York Mets prospect Noah Syndergaard delivers a pitch. Heading into the 2015 season, Noah Syndergaard is not only the top pitching prospect in the New York Mets organization, but also in all of baseball. According to Baseball America’s Top 100 Prospects list, Syndergaard is the eleventh ranked of all players, making his future in the league very exciting. Since joining the...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
2 days ago  |  Discuss

The time to trade Daniel Murphy is now

Unless there’s some sneaky underlying scheming occurring, Sandy Alderson just put the Mets in hot water about Daniel Murphy. Word broke Thursday morning that Murphy has yet to speak with Alderson and co. about extending his contract. The beloved second baseman will pull in $8 million this season as a 30-year-old with six prior seasons wearing orange and blue. He shouldn’t finish...
Via Mets360.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Collins: Den Dekker and Nieuwenhuis will battle for outfield spot

The New York Mets roster will be comprised of the organizations best 25 players, Terry Collins told the media Friday afternoon. That means the battle to determine the team’s fifth outfielder between Matt den Dekker and Kirk Nieuwenhuis should theoretically be based on skill; however, Nieuwenhuis is out of minor league options and will need to clear waivers if he does not make the...
Via Around Citi
2 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: does Colon have inside track for Opening Day start?

In a perfect world, the New York Mets would be starting Matt Harvey on Opening Day against Max Scherzer (probably) and the Washington Nationals. But this world isn’t perfect and the Mets, in trying to limit Harvey’s innings, will be holding the superstar out until the home opener. So, now we need to ask, who does get the ball on Opening Day? There are basically 5 options. First...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

What is Matt Harvey’s kryptonite?

New York Mets ace Matt Harvey’s bullpen session sparked cheers from a fan base that has endured eight consecutive playoff-less seasons – but does he have a weakness? Harvey’s 36 dominant Major League starts have made him the undisputed ace of the team, but the Dark Knight will need to adapt to overcome one blemish on an otherwise pristine resume: His ability to pitch effectively...
Via Around Citi
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets Strongly Considering Bartolo Colon For Opening Day Start

On Monday, a team source told Mike Puma of the New York Post that the Mets are strongly considering Zack Wheeler for the Opening Day start against the Nationals in Washington on April 6. However, Adam Rubin of ESPN New York is reporting today that “multiple sources” have told him that it’s Bartolo Colon whom the Mets are strongly considering for the Opening Day start. “The...
Via Mets Merized Online
2 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 season preview: New York Mets

The Mets moved decisively early in the offseason, adding a much-needed bat to the outfield in Michael Cuddyer. Unfortunately, general manager Sandy Alderson did little else, as it quickly became once again clear that team ownership wasn’t going to significantly increase payroll. Dreams of trading for a franchise shortstop kept fans warm throughout the winter, but the front office...
Via The Outside Corner
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeurys Familia needs to rely on control, deception

The New York Mets’ bullpen will play host to a myriad of superb closer candidates this spring – perhaps none more so than Jeurys Familia. Familia, 25, has the opportunity to step into a closing role this spring while incumbent Bobby Parnell works his way back from Tommy John surgery. The dynamic pitcher’s emergence in 2014 can be attributed to a devastating mix of a 96.2 mph...
Via Around Citi
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets Card of the Week: 2015 Daniel Murphy

2015 TOPPS DANIEL MURPHY A few weeks back I bowed out of an online auction for this card when the price hit $10. By the time the virtual hammer fell, the price stood at just over $25 with shipping. So why is a 2015 Daniel Murphy card going for the price of a well-worn T206 Danny Murphy? One magic word: sparkle. Back in 2011, Topps celebrated its 60th anniversary in the baseball...
Via Mets360.com
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Scott Rice Happy to be back with the New York Mets

(ESPN/Getty Images) A tough, arduous and trying circumstance never waned Scott Rice from wanting to re-sign with the New York Mets, as Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com writes. Rice, 33, made his big league debut in 2013 after a long, 14-year journey across the minor leagues. It wasn’t just a debut, it was a solid season for the left-handed reliever. He pitched in 73 games and posted...
Via The Sports Journal
6 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Troy Tulowitzki Rumors

We all know that the New York Mets and the Colorado Rockies talked this winter about trading shortstop Troy Tulowitzki. Nothing ever came from the deal because the Mets were unsure what to make of the fact that Tulowitzki was coming off of major hip surgery and still had $118 million left in his contract. In addition, talent scouts from the Colorado Rockies went to Las Vegas to observe...
Via isportsweb.com
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Dress Made Completely out of Baseballs is Stunning

It is Fashion Week in New York City. And what better of a way to get people in New York excited about the upcoming MLB season than to create this amazing fashion statement? courtesy: Hitchner Art This gorgeous lady sports a dress entirely made of used Mets baseballs. Even down to her shoe color and her blue toe polish, representing the New York Mets colors perfectly, we can see...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Artist creates dress entirely out of used New York Mets baseballs (pics)

A popular trend in interior design dramatically increasing in popularity over the past few years revolves around the concept of repurposing, taking an otherwise useless or unused object and transforming it into something of valuable use. Who knew the process would find a place in fashion design? Further, how about the item deigned for repurposing...Read More The post Artist creates...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jerry Seinfeld not happy Bobby Ojeda no longer Mets analyst

For years, Jerry Seinfeld has been a fan of the Mets, but not just the team on the field. The famous comedian is also quite fond of the pregame and postgame shows. Perhaps, he won’t be as much anymore. SNY, the network that broadcasts Mets games, announced a change in the studio crew. An agreement...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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