Archive for October, 2013

Jeff Wilpon Says There’s More Payroll Flexibility, But Is There?

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Jeff Wilpon Says There’s More Payroll Flexibility, But Is There?

Adam Rubin of ESPN New York posted some direct quotes from Jeff Wilpon who spoke about the state of the team, spending and whether there’s any pressure to start winning on Sandy Alderson. “I think he [Sandy Alderson] feels the pressure, like we all do, to try to get this turned around and start winning. […]

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No Gold Gloves For Wright and Young

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
No Gold Gloves For Wright and Young

No Gold Gloves for Eric Young Jr. or David Wright who were edged out by Carlos Gonzalez in left field and Nola Arenado at third base. Among the three 3B finalists for Gold Glove in the NL, Arenado had the best defensive WAR (3.6). Juan Uribe was 1.8. and Wright was third with 0.7. Arenado also […]

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Jeff Wilpon Fields Questions On Mets Offseason

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments

At an event to support a community hit hard by Superstorm Sandy a year ago today, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon was among several representatives from the Mets who were in attendance at a Garfield, New Jersey school. While there, Jeff Wilpon fielded questions from Mets beat writers about the team’s plans for the offseason, the […]

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MMO Talks To Wilmer Flores: Works On Improving Even As Role Remains Unclear

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Talks To Wilmer Flores: Works On Improving Even As Role Remains Unclear

This year saw the continued decline of  once promising young talents such as Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada, allowing for a slew of fresh prospects to enter the mix at the major-league level. Terry Collins best described it in his pre-game press conference in that we “got to see the pieces” that will soon make this team competitive as well […]

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Where Is The Love For New York Mets Prospect T.J. Rivera?

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
Where Is The Love For New York Mets Prospect T.J. Rivera?

T.J. Rivera just finished his third season in professional baseball for the New York Mets. Over those three years, Rivera has compiled a .304/.359/.396 offensive stat line. He has also hit 12 homeruns and has 136 RBI—not too shabby for a top-of-the-order guy who plays the middle infield. Most people will look at this year’s […]

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Ojeda Tabs Lagares As His Breakthrough Player for 2014

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Ojeda Tabs Lagares As His Breakthrough Player for 2014

Nick asks… Is Juan Lagares an everyday player? He seems more like a Endy Chavez defensive substitute type to me, but I keep hearing that he has a hold on the everyday center field job. Do you think his bat will develop or will we see the same offensive production we saw last season? Any […]

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How Is Familia Doing and What Is His Role Moving Forward?

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
How Is Familia Doing and What Is His Role Moving Forward?

Brandon asks… I always was a big fan of Jeurys Familia and I was wondering how he was doing health wise and if he still will play a significant role with the Mets either as a starter or reliever? Thanks. Teddy replies… Jeurys Familia is doing fine (5.0 IP, 7 K, 7.20 ERA), and is […]

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Could The Cubs’ Starlin Castro Solve Shortstop For Mets?

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
Could The Cubs’ Starlin Castro Solve Shortstop For Mets?

Are you getting sick and tired of reading about the baseless rumors and speculation surrounding a potential Troy Tulowitzki to the Mets swap? Let’s get real, welcome to Metsmerized. Javier Baez‘s name has been getting kicked around the New York Mets’ fan base as a potential trade target for the Mets this winter, but there […]

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Matt Harvey Loses Bandages, Ahead Of Schedule, Very Upbeat

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
Matt Harvey Loses Bandages, Ahead Of Schedule, Very Upbeat

On Monday night, righthander Matt Harvey declared himself “ahead of schedule,” six days after undergoing the surgery, according to a report this morning from the Daily News. “I am just doing range of motion stuff now, but today was the first day I could take the bandages off and I was at Hospital for Special […]

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Does 2015 Free Agent Market Influence Mets 2014 Offseason Strategy?

An article by posted on October 28, 2013 0 Comments
Does 2015 Free Agent Market Influence Mets 2014 Offseason Strategy?

An MMO Fan Shot By Andrew Doris The two-year plan The past two seasons, the Mets have finished 74-88. Over that time, they’ve dumped all their albatross contracts (except Bobby Bonilla…) and resolved the Bernie Madoff lawsuit, such that management finally appears capable of investing in the team. Whether they will or not remains to […]

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The Case For Leaving Cory Vaughn Unprotected

An article by posted on October 28, 2013 0 Comments

With the deadline for the 40 man roster decisions looming, the Mets have many difficult decisions to make. One player the Mets will have to decide to protect is outfielder Cory Vaughn.  Vaughn is a powerful right handed slugger who has been inconsistent throughout his minor league career. Despite his power potential, I believe Mets […]

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