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The Mets pitching staff is much improved over 2010, with Tom Glavine and Pedro Martinez leading the way with solid performances. At the plate, David Wright, Jose Reyes, Carlos Delgado, and Carlos Beltran are tearing up opposing pitchers week after week.
From all indications, 2014 is the year New York Mets ticket holders will see their team break the stranglehold the Atlanta Braves have had on the division. Nothing would make Big Apple baseball fans happier. With plans announced for building a new venue, it's time to start soaking up all that Shea Stadium atmosphere while you still can, and the team's resurgence in the NL East gives you all the reason you need to load up on New York Mets tickets.
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New York Daily News
Mets pitchers deliver Thanksgiving for needy New Yorkers
New York Daily News
Mets pitchers Zack Wheeler and Vic Black delivered last week for some local families needing a Thanksgiving meal. They helped pack 50 care packages — including turkeys — and dropped them off to families in Queens, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
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Abreu, deGrom voted baseball's Rookies of the Year
Waterbury Republican American
FILE - This is a July 27, 2014, file photo showing New York Mets starting pitcher Jacob deGrom throwing against the Milwaukee Brewers during the sixth inning of a baseball game in Milwaukee. DeGrom has been voted NL Rookie of the Year the Baseball ...
Mets Must Make Bigger Offseason Splash to Prove They Will Win Now
The New York Mets started the offseason with an unexpected bang, inking veteran Michael Cuddyer to a two-year, $21 million pact. Since then, they've gone mostly quiet. That has to change if New York is truly shifting into win-now mode, as assistant general ...
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Adam LaRoche signs with White Sox
Washington Nationals' Adam LaRoche (25) is greeted at home plate by Bryce Harper (34) after hitting two-run home run off of New York Mets starting pitcher Bartolo Colon in the first inning of a baseball game Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, ... more >.
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Will the Mets compete in 2015?
As a matter of fact, last season among the National League the Mets pitching staff as a whole ranked 5th in ERA and 3rd in Strikeouts. And while control appears to be an issue—they ranked 4th in all of Major League Baseball in Walks with 509 and 6th in ...
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