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Where Does The Mets Lineup Stack Up In 2017?

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Where Does The Mets Lineup Stack Up In 2017?

Buster Olney, in an article exclusive to ESPN Insiders, concluded his offseason Top 10 feature by ranking the best lineups in major league baseball heading into the 2017 season. The ranking was based on input from executives representing all 30 MLB front offices. This latest entry in this series is entitled: Top MLB Lineups: Which Batting […]

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Sherman: How Volatile Are The Mets?

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Sherman: How Volatile Are The Mets?

The New York Mets are a team with many question marks, no doubt. Joel Sherman of the New York Post takes a look at all of the things that could possibly go wrong for the kings of queens in the upcoming season. The team has high expectations going into the 2017 season as they look to […]

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Vegas Puts Mets at 18-1 Odds To Win World Series

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Vegas Puts Mets at 18-1 Odds To Win World Series

Las Vegas put out their odds to win the World Series in 2017 and not surprisingly the Cubs are overwhelming favorites to repeat as champions, at 15-4. The Red Sox follow that at 11-2. Rounding out the top five are the 2016 American League Champion Indians (8-1), the Nationals (10-1) and the Dodgers (14-1). The […]

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Mets Current Payroll and Arbitration Recap

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Mets Current Payroll and Arbitration Recap

As the deadline for exchanging arbitration figures between the players and their teams came and went on Friday, the New York Mets had themselves quite a busy day.  With eight players still unsigned entering the day, the Mets came to settlements with seven players just before the team’s hard line “File and Trial” deadline. Jeurys […]

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Alderson: Conforto and Rivera to Field New Positions This Spring

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Alderson: Conforto and Rivera to Field New Positions This Spring

While speaking to beat writers on Thursday, General Manager, Sandy Alderson advised that the New York Mets will expose both T.J. Rivera and Michael Conforto to new positions in spring training as reported by Adam Rubin of ESPN. Alderson confirmed a rumor that many of us believed would happen entering the 2017 season as Conforto […]

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Wilmer Flores, Mets Will Go To Arbitration

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Wilmer Flores, Mets Will Go To Arbitration

This The Mets have agreed to sign nine of their ten arbitration-eligible players to contracts. The only one remaining is Wilmer Flores, who according to ESPN’s Adam Rubin, will take the team to an arbitration hearing. According to FanRag Sports’ Jon Heyman, the Mets have filed at $1.8 million, while Flores is requesting $2.2 million. […]

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Matt Harvey Signs For $5.125 Million, Avoiding Arbitration

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Matt Harvey Signs For $5.125 Million, Avoiding Arbitration

Matt Harvey and the Mets have agreed to a one-year, $5.125 million contract to avoid arbitration, reports James Wagner of the New York Times. The deal will reportedly include $100,000 in possible performance bonuses. He settled for slightly lower than the $5.325 salary projected by Pace Law School. Harvey, 27, had a disappointing season with […]

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Mets, deGrom Forego Arbitration With $4.05 Million Deal

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Mets, deGrom Forego Arbitration With $4.05 Million Deal

The Mets and ace Jacob deGrom have agreed to a one-year, $4.05 million deal to avoid arbitration, reports ESPN’s Adam Rubin. His contract will also come with performance bonuses. deGrom’s base salary is slightly lower than the $4.225 million projected by Pace. deGrom had another solid season for the Mets, finishing the year with a […]

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Mets, Familia Settle On $7.4 Million To Avoid Arbitration

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Mets, Familia Settle On $7.4 Million To Avoid Arbitration

According to James Wagner of The New York Times on Twitter, the Mets and RHP Jeurys Familia have settled on $7.425 million, avoiding arbitration. Pace Law School projections had Familia getting $7.37 million. Familia, 27, led major league baseball with 51 saves this past season which also set a new single season franchise record. He […]

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Mets Avoid Arbitration, Settle At $7.75MM With Addison Reed

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Mets Avoid Arbitration, Settle At $7.75MM With Addison Reed

The New York Mets have avoided arbitration with setup man Addison Reed for a one-year deal worth $7.75 million according to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports. Pace Law School projected that he would get $7.9 million. Reed was one of the top setup men in all of baseball in 2016 and had one best […]

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