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This Will Determine New York Mets Opening Day Starter For Buck
This Will Determine New York Mets Opening Day Starter For Buck
Back in November, when New York Mets owner Steve Cohen and general manager Billy Eppler decided on Buck Showalter as the next Mets manager, deciding on who would be the Opening Day starter for the New York Mets, seemed like a problem for a later date. Well, the day has come and circumstances not foreseen a week ago, have clouded the skipper's choices.
Did the New York Mets Make a Trade Just to Make a Trade?
Did the New York Mets Make a Trade Just to Make a Trade?
As Mets fans held their breath for the last few weeks, wondering how new owner Steve Cohen would flash his wallet and buy the Amazin's some much needed pitching help, especially hours after finding out that Superman Jacob deGrom would be sidelined until September, that news never materialized. The Mets made a trade but was it really for a player that they needed or did they just need to make a trade?
New York Mets Will Need to Overpay for Help
New York Mets Will Need to Overpay for Help
Unfortunately, Eickhoff says a lot about the Mets organizational pitching depth. Thankfully, Tylor Megill has come up and been a nice surprise. However, after that any real Mets pitching prospect is at least a few years away. The Mets AAA team in Syracuse is dead last in the league in pitching, sporting a whopping 6.18 ERA. ERA is meaningless some say? The Syracuse Mets are last in wins as well. How about AA Binghamton? Arms are on the way, right? Well, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies are second to last in the league in pitching.
deGrom Exits in 3rd Inning With Shoulder Soreness
deGrom Exits in 3rd Inning With Shoulder Soreness
New York Mets fans held their breath tonight, as Superman...uh, Jake deGrom did not return to the mound at Citi Field in the fourth inning after dominating the Chicago Cubs over the first three innings. deGrom struck out 8 of the 9 batters he faced. He didn’t give up a hit or a walk. Oh yeah, in his only time up, he singled and drove in a run. The Mets only had 5 hits the entire night. deGrom is now hitting .423 with 6 RBI.
deGrom Leaves Game with Injury After One-Hit Gem
deGrom Leaves Game with Injury After One-Hit Gem
Jake left with the score 3-0. The Mets eventually won 3-2. DeGrom picked up his 3rd straight victory for the first time since 2018 and that’s only because the Mets never score runs for him. Unfortunately, reports came out in the 8th that deGrom left the game with “right flexor tendinitis.” There is no word on the prognosis. We will keep you updated on The Drive with Charlie and Dan.
Mets Getting Healthy (Finally)
Mets Getting Healthy (Finally)
The Mets continue to find ways to win, albeit against the Diamondbacks, who have been awful over the last few weeks. Those are the games you're “supposed” to win. Easier said than done when it comes to the Mets. At one point last week, the Metropolitans featured 17 players on the IL. It’s not easy when that list at one time includes Alonso, Lugo, McNeil, deGrom, Davis, Syndergaard, Carasco...well you get the picture.

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