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Amazin Avenue 12 hours ago
Mets Morning News for April 4, 2020

Mets Morning News for April 4, 2020

Photo by Al Bello/ Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets have joined other professional sports clubs in setting up a fund to support the stadium employees who are not working due to the shutdown. Brodie Van Wagenen expressed confidence that the Mets would be able to survive the loss of Noah Syndergaard. Steven Matz is doing his part to support the people who are on the front lines of the battle against this pandemic. A few Mets minor leaguers stand to benefit from the possibility of the league going with expanded rosters once...
New York Post 23 hours ago

Mets’ Steven Matz donates to coronavirus relief

Long Island native Steven Matz lives in Nashville now, but the Mets left-hander remains supportive of New York’s first responders, especially now, with the COVID-19 pandemic hitting the city and surrounding area so hard. On Friday, Matz announced on Twitter that he and his wife Taylor were donating $32,000 to through his Tru32 program. “The...
Rising Apple Apr 1, 2020

Mets pitcher Steven Matz has a big opportunity to improve his future this year

Steven Matz has one of the biggest opportunities of all this year for the New York Mets. It’s time for him to step up for the club. Minus Noah Syndergaard for at least the 2020 season and possibly even into next year after Tommy John Surgery claimed him, the rest of the New York Mets […] Mets pitcher Steven Matz has a big opportunity to improve his future this year - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
www.thegoodphight.com Mar 31, 2020
OOTP 3/31: Phillies 2, Mets 0

OOTP 3/31: Phillies 2, Mets 0

Photo by Al Bello/ Aaron Nola is my baseball oxygen This was supposed to be a matchup between Aaron Nola and Jacob deGrom. Ace against ace. Top dog against top dog. Then the Mets went and pushed deGrom’s start back for some reason and brought in Steven Matz. No matter. Even deGrom wouldn’t have won this game. Aaron Nola was absolutely masterful, scattering only four hits over 8 innings, walking three and striking out six. He was helped out by some good defense behind him, going errorless yet again. For the Phillies, the offensive hero was Jean Segura,...
Amazin Avenue Mar 29, 2020
Simulating the 2020 Mets: Taking two of three from the Phillies, March 30-April 1

Simulating the 2020 Mets: Taking two of three from the Phillies, March 30-April 1

Photo by Joe Robbins/ Coming off a three-game sweep of the Nationals, my simulated Mets continue the season with a series against the Phillies. Having started off the 2020 season in sweeping fashion by beating the Nationals three times, my Mets were feeling pretty good when the previous installment of the series ended, though the big question mark was what exactly was going on with Michael Conforto. March 30, Game 4: Phillies 2, Mets 1 (10) Steven Matz makes his first start of the season as the Mets host the Phillies, and he shoves. In six innings, he allows one run, strikes out...
Amazin Avenue Mar 28, 2020
Mets Morning News for March 28, 2020

Mets Morning News for March 28, 2020

Photo by Mark Brown/ Your Saturday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets confirmed on Friday that Noah Syndergaard’s Tommy John surgery went “as expected.” The Wilpons are still trying to sell the organization amidst all this chaos, but they may have to settle for a lower price than they originally envisioned. Despite the pledge from Mets and other MLB teams to support their ballpark employees during the shutdown, Citi Field workers have yet to receive any money or clarification from the organization. Steven Matz is making sure that...
New York Post Mar 28, 2020
Mets’ Steven Matz staying ready for time when baseball returns

Mets’ Steven Matz staying ready for time when baseball returns

There was no baseball on Thursday, when the Mets had been scheduled to open their season against the Nationals at Citi Field. But Steven Matz still wanted a bit of normalcy, so he played catch near his Nashville, Tenn., home with teammate Brad Brach. Beyond the left-hander’s usual routine, which he has kept up since...
New York Post Mar 28, 2020

Losing Noah Syndergaard isn’t shaking Steven Matz’s Mets confidence

It’s anyone’s guess when — or if — baseball will be played this season due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Steven Matz says he believes the Mets will still be able to contend, even after the loss of Noah Syndergaard to Tommy John surgery. “It’s hard to replace a guy like Noah,’’ Matz said by...
New York Post Mar 27, 2020

Noah Syndergaard has successful Tommy John surgery

Noah Syndergaard’s Tommy John surgery went as expected on Thursday, the Mets confirmed Friday. The right-hander will be out 12-15 months, which will sideline him for all of whatever part — if any — is played of the 2020 season and at least through the beginning of next year. Whenever baseball does resume after being...
SNY TV Mar 27, 2020

Here are Mets' updated odds to win NL East in 2020

While June and perhaps July are likelier target dates for the start of the season, one thing has remained constant for the Mets -- even with the team recently losing Noah Syndergaard for the season.
SNY TV Mar 27, 2020

Mets' Noah Syndergaard undergoes Tommy John surgery

In an enormous blow to the Mets' 2020 season and potentially their 2021 season as well, right-handed pitcher Noah Syndergaard is expected to undergo Tommy John surgery.
SNY TV Mar 25, 2020

BNNY Living Room: Breaking down Mets' 2020 rotation without Noah Syndergaard

Heading into the 2020 regular season, the Mets had some questions about the back end of their rotation.
SNY TV Mar 25, 2020

Here are Mets' updated odds to win 2020 World Series in light of Noah Syndergaard's injury

Syndergaard missing the entire 2020 season will have a huge impact on the Mets' pitching staff. But while it's a big injury to overcome, the Mets are in solid position to do so.
Amazin Avenue Mar 25, 2020
Mets Morning News for March 25, 2020

Mets Morning News for March 25, 2020

Photo by Mark Brown/ Your Wednesday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets Despite none of the four major sports being played right now, there was still some pretty major Mets news yesterday afternoon as it was announced Noah Syndergaard had a torn ulnar collateral ligament in his pitching elbow and it will require Tommy John surgery. Syndergaard’s injury puts him in a list of other hard throwing pitchers who have had Tommy John surgery. Syndergaard will have surgery tomorrow, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, as his surgery is considered...
Call to the Pen Mar 25, 2020

New York Mets show rationale behind pitching depth

When the New York Mets signed two starting pitchers despite having one opening in the rotation, it was a head scratcher. Now, the Mets look clairvoyant. Heading into the 2019-20 offseason, the New York Mets had one expected opening in their starting rotation. Zack Wheeler was a free agent, and it was expected that he […] New York Mets show rationale behind pitching depth - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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