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Mets To Be Aggressive; Early Targets Include Tulo, CarGo, Castro, Gordon, Cespedes

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Mets To Be Aggressive; Early Targets Include Tulo, CarGo, Castro, Gordon, Cespedes

While this won’t be the first time that the Rockies have listened to offers for Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez, most baseball insiders believe this time it will actually happen. With Dan O’Dowd out and new Rockies GM Jeff Bridich in, “they can sell any trade as part of a fresh start for an organization […]

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Mad Money, Bad Returns, Sad Outcomes

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Mad Money, Bad Returns, Sad Outcomes

Adam LaRoche killed a huge Elk this past week for his hunting show Buck Commander. LaRoche (who I’ve never liked much — not sure why) posted a picture of it on Twitter and my first thought was damn that is one big ass elk … Dan Haren had this to say: “Poor elk, just minding […]

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Dykstra, Satin, Seratelli Among 17 Mets Minor League Free Agents

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Dykstra, Satin, Seratelli Among 17 Mets Minor League Free Agents

Here is the full list of Mets minor league free agents as comprised by Baseball America: RHP: Giancarlo Alvarado (AAA), Buddy Carlyle (AAA), Joel Carreno (AAA), Jeremy Hefner (A+), Ryan Reid (AAA), Miguel Socolovich (AAA), Ismael Tijerina (A) LHP: Angel Cuan (A+), Dana Eveland (AAA), Scott Rice (AAA) C: Kai Gronauer (AAA) 1B: Brandon Allen (AAA), […]

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Featured Post: Assigning Market Value To Mets Prospects

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Featured Post: Assigning Market Value To Mets Prospects

I was an overprotected child growing up … a lot like our current batch of Mets pitching prospects. I was sheltered, coddled … had strict limits on my bathroom minutes … My mom bundled me up in way more layers than I needed and I had a daylight curfew, yet somehow all her caution couldn’t […]

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Judge Grants Request To Grill Jeff Wilpon For 14 Hours In Discrimination Lawsuit

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Judge Grants Request To Grill Jeff Wilpon For 14 Hours In Discrimination Lawsuit

The Daily News is reporting that lawyers for Leigh Castergine were granted permission Friday by Federal Judge William Kuntz to question Mets co-owner Jeff Wilpon for what could be a grueling 14 hours. Castergine is the former team executive who is suing Jeff Wilpon and Sterling Mets for gender discrimination and maintaining a hostile work […]

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MMO Free Agent Profile: Jed Lowrie, SS

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MMO Free Agent Profile: Jed Lowrie, SS

Jed Lowrie Position: Shortstop Bats: Both, Throws: Right Age on Opening Day: 30 2014 Snapshot In his second season with the Oakland Athletics, Jed Lowrie saw his offensive numbers drop across the board. After posting a .290/.344/.446 line (a great line for a shortstop) with 15 home runs, 45 doubles, and two triples, Lowrie put […]

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Do We Have What It Takes To Get That Impact Bat?

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Do We Have What It Takes To Get That Impact Bat?

Bill Price of the Daily News lays out what he thinks it’s going to take for the Mets to trade for the bat they need. However, he also takes issue with some Met fans, pointing out that they’re the ones who might be gun shy, and not the front office. A week ago I suggested […]

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Wright Will Likely Avoid Shoulder Surgery

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Wright Will Likely Avoid Shoulder Surgery

Mike Puma of the New York Post is hearing that David Wright has made “significant progress” in his shoulder rehab. And the good news is that it now appears that Wright will not need surgery according to a statement from the team. He visited David Altchek, the team’s doctor, today at the Hospital for Special […]

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M’s Outfielder Michael Saunders Is Not A Fit For Mets

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M’s Outfielder Michael Saunders Is Not A Fit For Mets

According to Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com, the Seattle Mariners are expected to shop right fielder Michael Saunders at the GM Meetings which begin on Monday at Phoenix, Arizona. Crasnick says the two sides are ready to move on from each other. That said, Saunders is not really a fit for the Mets on many, many […]

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Platooning Lucas Duda Isn’t A Bad Thing

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Platooning Lucas Duda Isn’t A Bad Thing

First off, I am a huge fan of Lucas Duda.  When considering the question about platooning Duda, I have to ask myself a different question: Do the Mets have a better chance of winning with Duda in the lineup against left-handed pitching? As much as I want to see him get as many at-bats as possible, […]

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