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Mets are improved but so should be everyone else in the division except sad Marlins.

Can not expect another truly dominant Degrom so other guys have to be  alittle better. This team will still be pitching will take us to the promised land

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Three great pitching matchups to start the season vs Nats.

No deal with DeGrom it seems is coming before the start of the season -

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Well I am so glad I am wrong our GM seems a breath of fresh air in Flushing 

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Alonso and McNeil play those guys every day. Look to trade Frazier

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Great comeback win went to the game and was about to be really pissed at Familla  then we turned it right around.

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The bullpen has been a disaster so far-who would have thought the Mets and their tradition would be bailed out by offense - at least so far

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Well so far entire pitching staff except for Diaz so disappointing. Walks are killing them all also.

Kimbrall price keeps going down - make a bold move shore up that pen . I do not trust Famillia never have never will based on his past

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Degrom having a MRI- yikes

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Gio makes sense for the Mets to provide some pitching depth- obvious we have no one ready in minors that can help the starting rotation. Milwaukee reportedly very interested so have to make a move now

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Off topic here but nothing better than playoff hockey overtime 7th game

 Figures Vargas pitches decent and we can not that game would have been nice to sweep Phils

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Apr 27, 2019; New York City, NY, USA; New York Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud (18) is tagged out at second base by Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Mike Moustakas (11) trying to stretch a single into a double during the seventh inning at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports (Andy Marlin) Apr 27, 2019; New York City, NY, USA; New York Mets catcher Travis d'Arnaud (18) is tagged out at second base by Milwaukee Brewers second baseman Mike Moustakas (11) trying to stretch a single into a double during the seventh inning at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports (Andy Marlin)

Travis d'Arnaud entered the season on a short leash while his recovery from Tommy John surgery served as a constant hurdle. 

The Mets have acted on that thinking, designating the catcher for assignment Sunday and recalling Tomas Nido from Triple-A Syracuse to take over backup duties behind the plate.

d'Arnaud came to the Mets in 2012 in the trade that sent R.A. Dickey to Toronto. He was the key piece in that swap, with Noah Syndergaard actually serving as the additional piece in the package. 

"What we've seen from Travis, it's been tough," manager Mickey Callaway said. " ... We have tough decisions to make, and obviously this is a tough one."

But d'Arnaud never fully grew into the hitter he was projected to be and defensive issues -- aside from commendable pitch framing -- disgruntled him among the fanbase. This year, d'Arnaud had two hits in 25 plate appearances -- he was thrown out at second base trying for a double Saturday, which was his final hit before being DFA'd. 

A checkered injury history marked d'Arnaud's time with the Mets, culminating with Tommy John in 2018 that cost him nearly the entire season. The Mets ultimately tendered him a contract for 2019, even with the signing of Wilson Ramos to take over as the everyday catcher. 

But d'Arnaud could not produce enough to hold onto his backup role. 

Over his seven-year career with the Mets, the 30-year-old batted .242 with 42 homers. 

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Went to the game today Noah did it all = this is the pitcher we need to see at top of rotation

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Hernandez is the worst umpire has been for many years. Still you need to score more than 3 runs in 18 innings can not blame pitchers really Alonso and MvCneil are the only players overachieving all else under

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Conforto, Cano , Ramos , Frazier , Nimmo all underachieving. Lagares not a every day player Rosario hitting but fielding shoddy I can go on

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Rock bottom almost to lose to a minor league team in danger of being swept. Calloway can not survive this disaster remember he is not the GM's guy

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Based on his past history I was not expected anything from Cespedes and I unfortunately was right. Waste of a talent

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How come e practically every free agent we get never performs like they did with their former team Mr. Diaz

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Where would the Mets be without Alonso and Mcneil- two guys carrying the team two bright spots

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Atlanta, then Chicago and then Phillies at home- this is the the season probably right here whether we can stay competitive 

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What is it about teams I root for that they become so dysfunctional? Hah

Calloway is dead man walking . His big crime is supposed pitching guru and the pitching has gone downhill with him.

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Closer to last place than first place now.

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Cano looks totally washed up as a hitter. Diaz what happens when guys that are excellent on other teams come to the Mets- they suck

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Only the Mets would screw up a reunion by listing two live people dead

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Our GM is crazy- great hire by Wilpons

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To think Pete  was not a sure thing to be on the roster at the start of the season. Thankfully Mets made one right decision

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Still expect Wheeler or Noah to be traded to get some prospects back in the system

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The depth is taking hits but we are back to within range of wild card. Pitching has to carry us Mr regan thanks for helping some of these guys improve. Has to be someone down on the farm that can hit better than the former Philly scrub. for the outfield

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2 games back of second wild card still. That lineup without McNeil is plenty shaky. Thankful for Pete and Rosario and Conforto and Ramos.

 

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38 games left 24 at home where we have played much better than the road. But tougher teams in most of those 38. Need Mcneil back to balance that lineup

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Another great win getting contributions from  the entire roster only way to be really successful.

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If we had a decent bullpen first half we would be right with Washington most likely for first wild card. We have some nice young players that evolved this year. Have to build around them gives you hope

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Well some positives  this year like pete JC and mcneil. A decent bullpen would have us a wild card this year. But since our gm talked bold at the start  he has egg on his face. What to do about diaz try to move him or get him to turn it around is first bug decision

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Good move the guy if healthy is major improvement for our relief staff and screw the Yankees besides hah

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