Mets’ Postseason Hopes

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The New York Mets‘ postseason prospects depend on everything and everyone.  While the Mets will rely heavily on Jacob deGrom and Max Scherzer to win any postseason series, winning the division and avoiding the wild card series is vital. However, if the division title is behind a locked door, picture 28 players with keys needing […] READ MORE


Hernandez’ Number 17 Retired as Mets Win

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Mets 5, Marlins 4   NEW YORK, Jul 9 — Saturday afternoon started and ended with cheers for 43,336 fans at Citi Field. The New York Mets retired Keith Hernandez’ number 17 in a pregame ceremony that included his family and former teammates. Nearly four hours later, the Mets completed the celebration with a stunning […] READ MORE


Mets Max Scherzer Set to Return Tonight

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New York Mets Max Scherzer is coming off of the injured list. He will start tonight’s game against the Cincinnati Reds. Left-hander Chasen Shreve was designated for assignment. It was a corresponding move to open a roster spot for the three-time Cy Young winner. Due to a strained oblique muscle, Scherzer’s return to the mounds […] READ MORE


Eppler Built the 2022 Mets With Help

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Billy Eppler built the 2022 New York Mets with help from his predecessors. It isn’t a criticism because no general managerial regime is a total success or failure. Knowing who to keep is as important as who to add and subtract. President John F. Kennedy was not speaking about baseball when he said, “Success has […] READ MORE


Five Teams Whose Moves Won the MLB Offseason

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The MLB offseason was a slow one. But it didn’t stop a few teams from having stellar offseasons, considering the financial hardships that each major-league team is facing due to the pandemic. Nevertheless, there are plenty of teams who stood out this winter. Sure, teams like the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies retained some […] READ MORE


State of the Cleveland Indians

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The Cleveland Indians are in an obvious state of rebuild. Following Thursday’s trade of All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor and starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco, the rebuild is more advanced than it was just Wednesday. As it stands right now, the Indians are projected to have the lowest payroll in all of baseball. Current projections have the […] READ MORE


Mets Trade for Francisco Lindor

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Francisco Lindor Blockbuster Trade The New York Mets are one of a number of teams linked to a potential Francisco Lindor trade. Now they’re within hours of finalizing the long-awaited deal.   Details About the Trade The Mets will trade shortstop Amed Rosario, infielder Andres Gimenez and top ten prospects Josh Wolf and Isaiah Greene to […] READ MORE


Status of Triston Mckenzie Going Into 2021

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Last week, the Cleveland Indians announced three non-tender moves prior to Wednesday’s deadline. Cleveland announced that they did not tender a contract to outfielders Tyler Naquin and Delino DeShields along with starting pitcher Jefry Rodriguez. The moves were done as part of the organization’s goal of trimming payroll following the 2020 season. While the Indians […] READ MORE


Cleveland Indians 2020 Season Review

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Cleveland Indians Season Review Now that the Cleveland Indians have officially been eliminated from the playoff picture, it’s time to look back at the 2020 regular season. It was a season unlike any other before in MLB history. From the 60-game schedule to the hurdles and obstacles brought forth by the Coronavirus pandemic and everything […] READ MORE


New York Yankees Sweep the Cleveland Indians

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Yankees 10, Indians 9 In a game that was delayed due to rain on two different occasions, the New York Yankees completed the two-game sweep over the Cleveland Indians. Cleveland battled from the start of the game until the finish, but couldn’t find a way to win. It was a matchup full of multiple lead […] READ MORE