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Amazin Avenue May 1, 2020
Mets Morning News for May 1, 2020

Mets Morning News for May 1, 2020

Vincent Carchietta-USA TODAY Sports Your Friday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets The Mets finally released their ticket refund policy but it only covers individual games that should have been played in April. Season ticket holders will get a credit for those games and could potentially get a bonus credit of 20% should they invest in the 2021 season. Both the Mets and Yankees refund policies are bad and they should feel bad. Another potential buyer for the team emerged but billionaire Wayne Rothbaum is only interested if the price drops to $1...
Rising Apple May 1, 2020

Biggest New York Mets trades that took place in the month of May

Although May isn’t known for big baseball trades, New York Mets history has three notable swaps that took place in the second full month of the season. When we think of baseball and the month of May, the word “trade” isn’t usually associated with it. May is the time when teams are usually still testing […] Biggest New York Mets trades that took place in the month of May - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

Keith Hernandez on David Wright: 'If he never got hit in the head, he would have been in the Hall of Fame'

There's no doubt that David Wright is one of the greatest players in Mets history.
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

How would proposed MLB 2020 realignment impact Mets and Yankees?

Major League Baseball is considering a number of different plans in order to keep the 2020 season alive.
Andy Martino / SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

Mets Mailbag: What kind of impact could a shortened season have?

With the 2020 MLB season still paused, let's dip into the Mets mailbag...
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

Beyond the Booth Live: SNY's Gary, Keith and Ron answer fan questions and look back at David Wright's career

SNY's Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling answer questions from fans and take a look back at David Wright's Mets legacy during Beyond the Booth Live, hosted by Steve Gelbs on Thursdays at 4 p.m.
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine finding a way to help his community during pandemic

Former Mets manager Bobby Valentine is almost 70 years old, so with this coronavirus pandemic, he would be among the demographic most at risk. But he is still finding a way to help out.
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

David Wright tells amazing Jacob deGrom story: 'Not only does he want to beat you, he wants to embarrass you'

Mets legend David Wright joined The Cookie Club with J.D. and Dom presented by Insomnia Cookies on Wednesday, and two of the most enlightening (and at times amusing) takeaways were his untold stories about Jacob deGrom and Jeff McNeil.
Amazin Avenue Apr 30, 2020
UltiMET of the Millennium Madness: The Finals

UltiMET of the Millennium Madness: The Finals

Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports It all comes down to David Wright and Jacob deGrom. We just spent the better part of three weeks reliving some horrific memories from our New York Mets fandom as we voted on the biggest villain in franchise history (congratulations again to Fred and Jeff Wilpon. It was a truly well-deserved win.) We got tired of dwelling on the bad, so we thought it was time to turn our attention to better memories. As a result, we brainstormed some ideas over at Amazin’ Avenue HQ on how to participate in something far more pleasant. The idea of doing a bracket for...
SNY TV Apr 30, 2020

Mets' Steven Matz sends heartfelt message to New Jersey police officer battling coronavirus

Mets pitcher Steven Matz sent a heartfelt message to Glen Ridge, N.J. police officer Charles 'Rob' Roberts, who is in critical condition while battling coronavirus.
Amazin Avenue Apr 30, 2020
UnforMETable: Tony Fernandez

UnforMETable: Tony Fernandez

This outfield prospect made a lot of noise in Spring Training, but in the regular season, not so much. Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin’ Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the past. When the Mets acquired Darren Reed from the Yankees in the 1987 offseason, one could reasonably have hoped the organization had pulled another coup along the lines of acquiring David Cone for Ed Hearn. The young prospect made a quick impression in the team’s first spring training in Port St. Lucie—beginning a string of impressive springs that let Ralph...
Rising Apple Apr 30, 2020

Mets: When Al Leiter became the first pitcher to have a win against all 30 teams

With a 2002 victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks, New York Mets pitcher Al Leiter became the first player in MLB history with a win against all 30 active teams. April 30, 2002, was a big day for New York Mets pitcher Al Leiter. In a 10-1 victory against the Arizona Diamondbacks, he became the first […] Mets: When Al Leiter became the first pitcher to have a win against all 30 teams - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
Amazin Avenue Apr 30, 2020
Mets Morning News for April 30. 2020

Mets Morning News for April 30. 2020

Your Thursday morning dose of New York Mets and MLB news, notes, and links. Meet the Mets As the original founder of the Cookie Club, David Wright absolutely crushed his guest appearance on J.D. Davis, Dominic Smith, and Steve Gelbs’s weekly podcast and was a very welcome sight during these baseball-less times. During that segment, the Captain admitted to seeing similarities between the current team and some of the teams he played on and he is excited for the future the Mets. He also told a story about just how intense Jacob deGrom can get and how he ended up with a ripped jersey that he...
Rising Apple Apr 30, 2020

Why the Mets should consider Michael Wacha as a long-term option

Michael Wacha has yet to pitch a regular-season game for the New York Mets, but he’s already someone the team should think about for the future. The uncertainty surrounding the 2020 MLB season has left teams, players, and fans trying to wrap their minds around an unprecedented set of circumstances. New York Mets fans are […] Why the Mets should consider Michael Wacha as a long-term option - Rising Apple - Rising Apple - New York Mets News & Fan Community
NorthJersey.com Apr 30, 2020
State of the Mets: Where does Wilson Ramos stand in a strange 2020?

State of the Mets: Where does Wilson Ramos stand in a strange 2020?

If there's no baseball this year, it's possible you could have seen the last of Wilson Ramos in a Mets uniform. Would the Mets exercise his option worth $10 million?        

Mets Player News

  • J.D. Davis

    J.D. Davis

    Mets Morning News for April 30. 2020

  • Jacob deGrom

    Jacob deGrom

    David Wright tells amazing Jacob deGrom story: 'Not only does he want to beat you, he wants to embarrass you'

  • Dominic Smith

    Dominic Smith

    Mets Morning News for April 30. 2020

  • Jeff McNeil

    Jeff McNeil

    David Wright tells amazing Jacob deGrom story: 'Not only does he want to beat you, he wants to embarrass you'

  • Michael Conforto

    Michael Conforto

    Scott Boras says his clients are on board to 'return to play and get ready' for 2020 MLB season

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