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Where Do the Mets Stand on Locking up Players?

Yoenis Cespedes has security. He’s signed through 2020 and I don’t have a problem with his contract. When it comes to the Mets pitching staff the team seems to have different take on this. So far, they haven’t locked up any of their young pitching and soon that could come

Noah Syndergaard Has His Detractors

In my world, I thought Noah Syndergaard was the Mets best pitcher last season. He’s already been named the opening day starter and he came into camp looking great. Oh, wait. He put on 17 pounds of muscle and now “panic city” is back. The worry is he looks too big,

Yankees and Mets Are No Closer To Championships

After this year’s World Series participants combined for a 178-year-old championship drought that goes five decades, there was a team that was crowned as champions last night. It was the Cubs after a thrilling 8-7 victory over the Indians in 10 innings last night in Game 7 of the World

What’s Not To Like About Colon?

Bartolo Colon is doing things we all dream of doing; having fun at his work craft at such an old age. Even better, Colon improves as he ages. The 43-year-old starter is having another banner season for the Mets. With the way he is going, he would be hard-pressed to retire anytime

Despite Injuries, Collins Has Mets Hanging In There

This hasn’t been a fun season for Terry Collins. The Mets have endured many injuries to the point the Mets manager has been combative with the local media and poor long-time Mets public relations manager Jay Horowitz when talking about it this season. Collins and the Mets have received criticism from Mets

Complete Games Have Become A Lost Art

Noah Syndergaard had what may have been his best pitching performance of the season last night. He struck out 10 Nationals, and he gave up no runs in seven innings of work in the Mets’ 2-0 victory over the NL East-leading Nationals at Citi Field.  He was dialed in from the