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New York Leads Worst Owners List

This may not be a surprise, but New York Sport teams are having a bad year, mainly in the New York City area.

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Mets Matt Harvey Cleared To Start Pitching

The New York Mets future ace Matt Harvey, has been cleared to begin throwing. Harvey who petitioned and begged the Mets to let him start pitching in June and July has finally got his wish according to reports by ESPN NY Adam Rubin.

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Olney Reacts To Mets Staff Changes [AUDIO]

Part I: Buster Olney on Mets firings


The firing of Mets hitting coach Dave Hudgens last Monday was heavily scrutinized around Major League Baseball.

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Orioles Sign Former Mets Pitcher

Written by Brian Krosky

Johan Santana, the only pitcher in Met’s history to throw a no-hitter, has signed a minor league contract with the Baltimore Orioles. Santana, who was declined a $25 million team option for this season in November, posted a 46-34 record with the Mets and maintained a 3.18 ERA.

The deal i

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Mets Plan Paying Off

After Noah Syndergaard took the mound Monday in spring training against opposing hitters for the first time in 2014, one thing should be readily apparent to Mets fans.

The Mets have a plan. They are in a position to be good -- sooner rather than later

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Piazza Doesn’t Get In

Longtime New York Mets catcher Mike Piazza missed the Hall of Fame vote by less than 15%, it was announced on Wednesday afternoon.

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Matt Harvey Delaying Surgery

In a Mark Sanchez-related move, Mets pitcher Matt Harvey is reportedly going to try to escape Tommy John surgery by rehabbing over the next few months and then reassessing the situation at that time.

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Matt Harvey Done For Season, Placed On Disabled List

The 2013 regular season for the New York Mets began with news of Johan Santana needing to have a second surgery on his throwing shoulder, putting him on the disabled list for the entire year. In a very strange way, it is only appropriate that a season of high hopes for the future of the organization came crashing down with troubling news this afternoon about their new star pitcher.

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Braves Outfielder Jason Heyward Makes Game-Winning Diving Catch [VIDEO]

On Monday afternoon, I heard Bruce Jacobs discuss how one of his dogs got "skunked" over the weekend and he doesn't understand how someone is supposed to keep tomato juice in their house to cure the stench. He also dealt out some trash talk for Atlanta Braves fans, in preparation for this week's 4-game series at Citi Field.

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ESPNNewYork’s Ian O’Connor Joins The Team

When it's New York sports, Ian O'Connor has you covered.  He recently talked with Mike Lindsley on 104.5 The Team about all things Yanks, Mets, Knicks, Nets, Carmelo Anthony's possible opt-out at the end of next season and what athlete has the most pressure on him to perform in New York right now

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A Public Confession: I Can’t Watch Baseball On TV Anymore!

As I have gone through early adulthood and now sit at 25 years old, I have discovered a number of things: my regretful inability to grow meaningful facial hair, my reestablished love for the NHL and my tremendous disdain for New York State politicians (just read my recent articles about Mixed Martial Arts as a reference point). However, the greatest of these observations is the one I have decided to address in this article: my growing disinterest for watching Major League Baseball games on television.

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Matt Harvey Should Plan on Leaving Mets

David Wright made the unbelievable mistake of believing Mets brass and Sandy Alderson that this ship in Queens would turn around and head down the right waters.  And so, Wright agreed to stay for 14 years and $192 million.  Great contract.  Great money.  He stays as the face of the franchise.  Wright still lives in the greatest city of them all.  But one of the best players in the game won't be seeing many playoff appearances, and that is where players separate their careers from others in the annals of baseball and sports.  

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