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2017 New York Mets Prospects: A Glimpse into the Future

As the great Andy Williams beautifully sang, usually around the holidays, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year”. Yes, folk’s baseball season is upon us and it will be here faster than Noah Syndergaard’s fastball. The birds of spring are certainly chirping and it’s time to learn some new …

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A Look Into The Yankees and Mets Playing In The World Baseball Classic

The World Baseball Classic is quickly approaching, and Wednesday evening, the committee announced rosters for the 16 qualifying teams that will take the field in Japan, Mexico, South Korea and United States. The following players from the New York teams will be donning a uniform for their respective countries: New …

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Sports Blog New York Podcast: Post Charles Oakley Debacle and Around the NBA Talk

The Sports Blog New York Podcast is hosted by Peter Kennedy. This episodes gets into the Charles Oakley situation after SBNY’s exclusive coverage and then talks all things NBA; the Knicks, Bulls, Timberwolves, young players in the league, the flaming Washington Wizards, and much much more! Including a little Giants/NFL in …

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Future is Looking Brighter For The New York Yankees

Major League Baseball recently released its 2017 Prospect Watch, ranking the 100 top prospects heading into Spring Training. Some players — Andrew Benintendi, Yoan Moncada, Gleyber Torres, Dansby Swanson — may come as no surprise to those who closely follow the game of baseball. But what may come as a …

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Unable To Trade Bruce, Mets’ Outfield Remains Crowded

After acquiring Jay Bruce from the Cincinnati Reds at the trade deadline last season, the Mets played with a platoon of outfielders. Bruce was added to an already crowded outfield of Yoenis Cespedes, Curtis Granderson, Michael Conforto, Brandon Nimmo, and Juan Lagares. After several failed attempts this offseason to deal …

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