Tag: 2014

Ojeda Tabs Lagares As His Breakthrough Player for 2014

An article by posted on October 29, 2013 0 Comments
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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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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State Of The Mets Shortstop Position Still Far From Certain

An article by posted on October 28, 2013 0 Comments
State Of The Mets Shortstop Position Still Far From Certain

Jonathan Mayo took an interesting question in a mailbag feature a week ago in which he discussed two of the Mets’ most prominent shortstop prospects. The Mets have two shortstop prospects in short-season, Amed Rosario and Gavin Cecchini, who could be ready for Class A Savannah. Who do you see as the better prospect and […]

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2014 MLB Draft Profile: Nick Gordon, SS/RHP

An article by posted on October 24, 2013 0 Comments

Last week, I profiled high school pitcher Brady Aiken. We’ll keep it on the high school side of things this week but shift it to a position player (probably). This week we’ll go in-depth on shortstop Nick Gordon — son of former closer Tom and brother of Dodgers shortstop Dee. He’s ranked in the 10-20 range […]

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The Secret Formula To Winning Baseball Is Finally Revealed

An article by posted on October 23, 2013 0 Comments
The Secret Formula To Winning Baseball Is Finally Revealed

There has been a lot of chatter since the 2013 season has come to an end, regarding which model the Mets should be following in order to build winning baseball. Should they follow the Oakland Athletics model? How about the San Francisco Giants? Let’s try the Boston Red Sox… The truth is there is no […]

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Harvey Undergoes Successful Tommy John Surgery

An article by posted on October 21, 2013 0 Comments
Harvey Undergoes Successful Tommy John Surgery

Mets RHP Matt Harvey today underwent successful Tommy John surgery to repair a partial tear of the ulnar collateral ligament in his right elbow, according to a statement from the team. Dr. James Andrews performed the surgery in Gulf Breeze, Fla. Harvey was diagnosed with a partial tear of the Ulnar Collateral Ligament in his right elbow […]

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Jim Leyland To Step Down As Tigers Manager

An article by posted on October 21, 2013 0 Comments
Jim Leyland To Step Down As Tigers Manager

Tiger’s skipper Jim Leyland will not be back at Comerica Park in 2014, says Ken Rosenthal of FOXSports via Twitter. The 68-year old longtime manager informed his players as well as the team following their Game 6 loss in the ALCS to the Boston Redsox that he intends to step down and that it was […]

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Wally Backman Is Expected To Remain Within The Mets Organization

An article by posted on October 19, 2013 0 Comments
Wally Backman Is Expected To Remain Within The Mets Organization

Take this as you will — but Adam Rubin is reporting that Wally Backman will likely be staying with the Mets organization for 2014. According to Rubin, no teams have asked the Mets for permission to speak to Wally Backman for a managerial vacancy — so the Mets believe he will stay with them in […]

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No Multi-Year Deals Expected For Current Mets Players

An article by posted on October 18, 2013 0 Comments
No Multi-Year Deals Expected For Current Mets Players

A source told Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, “Do not expect any comparable multi-year deals this offseason for players under the Mets’ control.” By comparable, it’s a reference to the 5-year deal Jon Niese signed with the Mets before the 2012 season. Rubin indicates that the best candidates for such a deal would be arbitration […]

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