Teddy Klein

Teddy Klein is a Westchester Native, and New School Grad. He's a lifelong Mets fan with a background in minor league internships for scouting in both the Dominican Summer Leagues (08') and the Brooklyn Cyclones (10') with Cape Cod Baseball League sandwiched in between. Follow him on twitter @TK_MMO and feel free to leave questions below.

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Nimmo Homers, Collects Four Hits, Now Batting .407

An article by posted on April 29, 2014 0 Comments
Nimmo Homers, Collects Four Hits, Now Batting .407

April 29 Brandon Nimmo went 4-for-4 with two singles, a home run and a double on Monday night for St. Lucie. He scored twice, drove in two runs and fell a triple short of the cycle. Nimmo and teammate T,J, Rivera are both hitting .407, the best mark in the Florida State League. Each player […]

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Weighing in on Baseball America’s International Review

An article by posted on March 7, 2014 0 Comments
Weighing in on Baseball America’s International Review

Yesterday, Baseball America started reviewing the International signings of each club, starting with the National League East. During these annual reviews, they summarize each team’s IFA signings, mainly those that happen during the July 2nd signing period.That is when the teams sign players 16 and over to play professionally. Many of the big-name Dominican, Venezuelan, Colombian, […]

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Dominic Smith and Amed Rosario Headline STEP Camp Roster

An article by posted on February 26, 2014 0 Comments
Dominic Smith and Amed Rosario Headline STEP Camp Roster

In case you missed it, Adam Rubin posted the roster for STEP Camp, which is an extra spring training for prospects that the Mets hold in high regard and aren’t on the Major League spring training invitee list. Here is the list including which teams they were on last year. Kingsport (Rookie) RHP Tyler Bashlor […]

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MMO Exclusive: Former Mets 1B Prospect Brian Harrison Discusses Decision To Retire

An article by posted on February 8, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Former Mets 1B Prospect Brian Harrison Discusses Decision To Retire

Brian Harrison Applies The Tag We announced a couple weeks ago that 1B Prospect Brian Harrison was retiring from baseball after being drafted in 2010. Knowing it must have been a difficult decision for him to retire and say goodbye to the game at 25, I reached out to Brian to ask him about his […]

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Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Venezuelan History

An article by posted on February 2, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Venezuelan History

While Cuban and Mexican baseball have been the forefront of baseball pioneering between spreading the sport and creating the Leagues, their stance is nothing in present-day Major League Baseball compared to both the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. As of April 1st in 2013, Venezuelans represented the second-highest number of foreign-born players in the Major Leagues […]

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MMO Exclusive: Discussing Latin American Development with Omar Minaya

An article by posted on January 21, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Exclusive: Discussing Latin American Development with Omar Minaya

I sat down with Former Mets General Manager and current Padres Senior Vice President, Omar Minaya, to conduct an interview pertaining to Dominican and Latin American development and the importance of baseball in developing countries such as the Dominican Republic and Venezuela. I asked Omar, who I know as an expert, and who was at […]

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Lessons In Latin America: The Dominican Republic

An article by posted on January 19, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: The Dominican Republic

  The Dominican Republic is part of the new wave of American Baseball and the largest import of talent out of the Caribbean and Latin America. In 2007, there were 99 players from the Dominican Republic on 25-man rosters on opening day and in 2013, there were around 89. Either way, the Dominican Republic boasts […]

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Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Mexican History

An article by posted on January 12, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Mexican History

Mexican Baseball has been dwindling as of late due to the factor of Soccer being the more popular sport. As of April 1st, 2013, 14 different players from Mexico were on Major League Rosters. However, while Soccer is the national pastime of Mexico, they have a deep history in baseball as well. Some claim that […]

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Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Cuban History

An article by posted on January 5, 2014 0 Comments
Lessons In Latin America: A Brief Cuban History

I would like to share to many, details into Cuban baseball history, which is an excerpt of my senior thesis. I hope you enjoy. This will be an ongoing feature with different countries, and will have a surprise interview at the end. There is no question about where the root of Caribbean Baseball was as […]

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Que Sera, Sera, Sandy

An article by posted on November 28, 2013 0 Comments
Que Sera, Sera, Sandy

Doris Day and Sandy, What do they have in common? After listening to Doris Day’s famous “Que Sera,Sera” I always think of how much of that song has to do with deferring what questions we have. Then I think of Sandy lately, and how we have been deferred from the questions we have for this team […]

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