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SportsNet New York 1 hour ago

Jacob deGrom hopes to pitch 200 innings in 2017

RHP Jacob deGrom is hoping to pitch 200 innings and make 35 starts this season, he said to reporters on Saturday after making a start against Mets minor leaguers.
Amazin Avenue 9 hours ago
Zack Wheeler is eager to return in 2017

Zack Wheeler is eager to return in 2017

One of the first big prospects of the Mets’ rebuild will try to re-establish himself in 2017. The last time Zack Wheeler was on the mound as a Met, he struck out more than a batter per inning and ran a 3.54 FIP over 185 innings. There were certainly warts, including his walk rate of nearly four per nine innings, but Wheeler’s stuff was electric and he was a new hope for Mets fans to enjoy while Matt Harvey recovered from Tommy John surgery. Unfortunately, that exciting young arm hasn’t been on the mound for two seasons, as Wheeler dealt with his own Tommy John surgery in 2015 and a...
Mets 360 12 hours ago

A look at the Mets’ fifth starter race

Entering the 2017 season, the New York Mets are looking forward to some serious production from their top four pitchers. The quartet of Noah Syndergaard, Jacob deGrom, Matt Harvey, and Steven Matz open eyes to any opponent the Mets might…Read more →
SportsNet New York Mar 22, 2017

Mets have these three decisions to make before Opening Day

Here's what Terry Collins and Sandy Alderson have to decide about the team's roster before April 3
Amazin Avenue Mar 22, 2017
Can Robert Gsellman repeat his 2016 performance with the Mets in 2017?

Can Robert Gsellman repeat his 2016 performance with the Mets in 2017?

Gsellman can make his claim as another arm the current Mets have developed with a strong 2017 campaign. Since the debut of Matt Harvey in the middle of 2012, the Mets have had quality arms debut basically every year. Some have been top prospects, like Zack Wheeler and Steven Matz, and some have come out of obscurity, like Jacob deGrom. Robert Gsellman is closer to the latter than he is the former, hair notwithstanding. The former 13th-round pick was a godsend for the Mets in 2016. With several of the Mets’ starting pitchers injured, Gsellman provided quality innings late in the season....
Mets 101 Mar 21, 2017

Mets’ Jacob deGrom could be best pure pitcher on staff

With the Mets rotation healthy heading into the end of Spring Training, Jacob deGrom is proving why he may be the best pitcher on a stacked rotation.
Amazin Avenue Mar 21, 2017
Mets Morning News: Matt Harvey’s velocity is up, Tim Tebow will be a Firefly

Mets Morning News: Matt Harvey’s velocity is up, Tim Tebow will be a Firefly

Your Tuesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Matt Harvey took the mound against Detroit and showed some encouraging signs, including touching 96 mph with his fastball, though he still suffered from some control issues. Like a lyric from an Owl City song, Tim Tebow is about to become a part of the Fireflies. Fernando Salas made his first appearance for the Mets after returning from the World Baseball Classic, a return delayed by a visa issue. Jeurys Familia is still waiting to find out whether he’ll be suspended by Major League Baseball. Don’t...
New York Daily News Mar 20, 2017
Velocity up for Matt Harvey, but Mets pitcher still shaky

Velocity up for Matt Harvey, but Mets pitcher still shaky

At least we know it’s still in there.
Newsday Mar 20, 2017

Mets' Matt Harvey delivers encouraging outing

Matt Harvey hushed whispers of such a drastic action with perhaps the most encouraging outing of an otherwise tumultuous spring.
New York Post Mar 20, 2017
Is Matt Harvey being wiser the explanation for this poor spring?

Is Matt Harvey being wiser the explanation for this poor spring?

LAKELAND, Fla. — Could Matt Harvey be sandbagging the rest of baseball? Well, let’s backtrack. I don’t think the Mets’ human back page actually tried to dupe the other 29 teams into thinking he was done. Yet, did the soon-to-be 28-year-old’s struggles this spring reflect as much a proactively deliberate approach back from last year’s...
Mets 101 Mar 20, 2017

Mets right-hander Matt Harvey looks to slowly be getting his velocity back

New York Mets right-hander Matt Harvey has had issues with his fastball's velocity early on in the spring, but things could be improving soon.
Newark Star-Ledger Mar 20, 2017
Matt Harvey runs into trouble late in Mets' 5-1 loss to the Tigers | Rapid Reaction

Matt Harvey runs into trouble late in Mets' 5-1 loss to the Tigers | Rapid Reaction

Harvey has yet to get through a start without allowing an earned run.
Mets 101 Mar 20, 2017

Matt Harvey Shows Improvement in New York Mets’ Loss to Detroit Tigers

The New York Mets lost 5-1 to the Detroit Tigers in Grapefruit League action, but the big story to come out of today's game was signs of improvement from starting pitcher Matt Harvey. Harvey hit 96 miles per hour on the radar gun this afternoon and pitched better than his final line (three runs on seven hits in 4.1 innings pitched) would indicate.
SportsNet New York Mar 20, 2017

Flores notches two hits as Mets lose to Tigers, 5-1

Matt Harvey allowed three runs in 4 1/3 innings while reaching 96 MPH with his fastball as the Mets lost the Tigers, 5-0, on Monday afternoon in Lakeland, FL.

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