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New York Daily News 2 hours ago
J.D. Davis is hoping the fruits of his labor will translate into more opportunities

J.D. Davis is hoping the fruits of his labor will translate into more opportunities

While some, if not most, baseball purists may be wondering why hard-hit singles matter, the simple fact is, to these modern-day ballplayers, they do.
Amazin Avenue 8 hours ago
The Mets need to play Luis Guillorme more

The Mets need to play Luis Guillorme more

Kyle Ross-USA TODAY Sports As long as the bat stays hot, the slick fielding defender should be in the lineup on an everyday basis. The Mets, despite all their successes in the early portion of the 2022 season, have had a rather noticeable hole at the designated hitter position. They came into the year with three primary designated hitters: Robinson Canó, who was designated for assignment when the rosters condensed as May descended upon us, J.D. Davis, who is hitting .230/.326/.51 with a 103 wRC+, albeit with some promising underlying numbers, and Dominic Smith, who is...
Amazin Avenue 8 hours ago
Mets Minor League Players of the Week: Week Six

Mets Minor League Players of the Week: Week Six

Maimonides Park | Set Number: X163621 TK1 What minor league players put up the best numbers this past week, May 17th to May 22nd? Jaylen Palmer Week: 5 G, 14 AB, .357/.438/1.071, 5 H, 1 2B, 0 3B, 3 HR, 1 BB, 8 K, 0/1 SB (High-A) 2022 Season: 29 G, 86 AB, .174/.304/.314, 15 H, 3 2B, 0 3B, 3 HR, 11 BB, 46 K, 6/7 SB, .324 BABIP (High-A) Canarsie native Jaylen Palmer attended Holy Cross High School over in Flushing, about 15 minutes over from Citi Field. His first few years in high school were relatively unremarkable, but a massive growth spurt changed all of that. Between...
Amazin Avenue 8 hours ago
UnforMETable: Jose Offerman

UnforMETable: Jose Offerman

A punch thrown, a bat swung, and a body slamming son in law. Welcome to UnforMETable, an Amazin’ Avenue Audio show that looks back on less heralded, more obscure Mets players from the past. 2005 was a year of big changes for the Mets: new GM, new manager, new superstars. One of the new additions who did not get the front page headlines - at least not while playing for the Mets - was Jose Offerman. His pre and post Mets careers are far more eventful than his time in Queens, but that’s why we are here, isn’t it? As always, you can listen or subscribe to this and all of...
New York Post 9 hours ago
Giants fan’s Jeff McNeil taunt couldn’t have gone worse

Giants fan’s Jeff McNeil taunt couldn’t have gone worse

"Hey McNeil, work out those legs, you've got no power, no power McNeil," the fan could be heard screaming during the SNY broadcast. McNeil promptly blasted a two-run homer to right as the Mets started piling on for a 13-3 victory.