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Enough Already, Reyes Should Be The Guy The Mets Sign

An article by posted on October 5, 2011 0 Comments

This week, I read two interesting posts on MMO, one from my good friend and colleague Clayton Collier asking “Is C.J. Wilson A Better Signing Than Jose Reyes“, the other from my good colleague Ben Yoel, who asked “Should the Mets sign Yu Darvish over Jose Reyes”.  Both articles were very interesting.  However, in all seriousness, […]

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Trade Target: Jesus Flores

An article by posted on October 5, 2011 0 Comments
Trade Target: Jesus Flores

One player that Sandy Alderson should target this winter is Washington Nationals catcher, and former Met farmhand, Jesus Flores. The Nationals are unbelievably deep behind the plate not only in the majors, where Wilson Ramos is a budding star, but also in the minors where they are stocked with catching talent at nearly every level. […]

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Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down: Mike Pelfrey

An article by posted on October 5, 2011 0 Comments
Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down: Mike Pelfrey

What is Mike Pelfrey? Is Mike the guy who won 15 games for us in 2010?  Is he the guy who we saw being anointed as our “ace” for 2011, only to end the season as essentially our number 5 starter?  Is he somewhere in between both of the prior questions?  It is quite simply one of the biggest questions […]

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Yu Darvish over Jose Reyes?

An article by posted on October 5, 2011 0 Comments
Yu Darvish over Jose Reyes?

This offseason the expectation is that Japan’s Nippon Ham Fighters will post Yu Darvish. All 30 MLB teams will have the chance to submit bids for his services. Ever since Darvish name really became well known in America scouts have been raving about his talents. I’ve heard people say he could very well be one […]

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Arizona Fall League Opens

An article by posted on October 4, 2011 0 Comments
Arizona Fall League Opens

The Arizona Fall League starts it’s 2011 season today, and the Mets have changed their minds on several player assignments to their affiliated team the Peoria Javelinas. They have assigned outfielder Juan Lagares, third-baseman Jefry Marte, and shortstop Wilfredo Tovar, as was previously announced. The Mets have also sent to Arizona, catcher Juan Centeno who spent the 2011 […]

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(Updated) Mets Will Have The 12th Pick In The Draft Next June

An article by posted on October 3, 2011 0 Comments
(Updated) Mets Will Have The 12th Pick In The Draft Next June

Updated Oct. 3 I just wanted to update this post with the complete 2012 Amateur Draft order from Adam Rubin. I did calculate the 12th pick correctly for the Mets last week. Here’s the 2012 draft order: 1. Houston 56-106 2. Minnesota 63-99 3. Seattle 67-95 4. Baltimore 69-93 5. Kansas City 71-91 6. Chicago […]

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Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down: Angel Pagan

An article by posted on October 3, 2011 0 Comments
Thumbs Up Or Thumbs Down: Angel Pagan

Who is Angel Pagan? Is he the guy who was injury plagued over his first few seasons?  Is he the guy who won over the hearts of Mets fans from mid-2009 to the end of 2010 with all around great defense, speed, and clutch hitting.  Or is he the guy we saw this season with […]

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B.J. Upton For Daniel Murphy?

An article by posted on October 2, 2011 0 Comments

The season is over. Once again the Mets failed to reach the postseason. Nothing new, and certainly not surprising. Time to start looking toward the offseason. Would B.J. Upton make sense in CF for the New York Mets in 2012? Centerfield will be a wide open position for the Mets in 2012. While I don’t […]

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Who Will Be Traded?

An article by posted on October 2, 2011 10 Comments
Who Will Be Traded?

Who will be traded? Sandy may not have much money to spend, but he sure needs to fill a lot of holes. The trade market could be a major tool for the Mets heading into the winter. Of course, two unsettling things for Mets fans heading into the off-season, are the present situations at the […]

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Mets Lose $70 Million in 2011, Attendance Down 7%

An article by posted on October 1, 2011 0 Comments

According to a report in the New Yorker by Howard Megdal, the Mets losses for the 2011 season are estimated at $70 million dollars. Megdal also says that the Mets ownership will probably not approve a six figure deal for Reyes, saying that they would rather take the PR hit from the fans rather than risk putting […]

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