Tag: David Wright

Collins Expects Wheeler To Throw 200 Innings Next Season

An article by posted on December 10, 2013 0 Comments
Collins Expects Wheeler To Throw 200 Innings Next Season

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. – New York Mets manager Terry Collins addressed a myriad of issues surrounding his club who are just two months away from spring training. Among them: He has the mindset both Ike Davis and Lucas Duda will be on the roster in February, and he’ll “adjust’’ accordingly. Said one of the reasons why Davis hasn’t reached his potential […]

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Alderson Clarifies Earlier Statement On $85 Million Payroll

An article by posted on December 9, 2013 0 Comments
Alderson Clarifies Earlier Statement On $85 Million Payroll

Sandy Alderson clarified his comments during his briefing tonight when he told reporters that he is now working with an $85 million payroll figure. What he meant to say was that payroll would not be lower than $85 million which was $2 million less than his original $87 million base. I wish he would stop talking […]

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Featured Post: Don’t Give Up On Ike Davis

An article by posted on December 8, 2013 0 Comments
Featured Post: Don’t Give Up On Ike Davis

With the Met outfield taking shape, attention turns to other position player needs.  Shortstop and first base were two areas the Met front office indicated needed attention during the off-season. Speculation has swirled that the Mets have lost patience with Ike Davis and are actively shopping him around.  The longball results the Mets expected from […]

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The Curtis Granderson Story: Have We Seen This Movie Before?

An article by posted on December 7, 2013 0 Comments
The Curtis Granderson Story: Have We Seen This Movie Before?

We’ve been waiting all winter for our team to do something. Yesterday, our inactive front office became active by signing Curtis Granderson for 4 years/$60 million. But is the waiting over? Will this be our only major move or will it be the first of several? Is this the first baby step in bringing a winner […]

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MMO Fan Shot: A Temporary Solution for First Base

An article by posted on December 7, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Fan Shot: A Temporary Solution for First Base

A Fan Shot by Brian Goudsward The Mets have entered the 2013 offseason in a position where they need to spend. Following another lackluster season in 2013 and the fifth consecutive losing season of the franchise, the fan base’s frustration is now at an all-time high. There are a multitude of positions where upgrades are necessary […]

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A Summer Breeze Coming to Citi?

An article by posted on December 6, 2013 18 Comments
A Summer Breeze Coming to Citi?

With the speculation that Curtis Granderson is coming to Queens and the signing of Chris Young, I started to consider what the lineup may look like if this were to come to fruition… Batting 3 through 6 in the order: David Wright – Righty Curtis Granderson – Lefty Chris Young – Righty Ike Davis – Lefty […]

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Which Mets Non-Tender Will Be Missed The Most?

An article by posted on December 3, 2013 0 Comments
Which Mets Non-Tender Will Be Missed The Most?

The Mets cut five players from their 40-Man Roster yesterday as they made the decision to non-tender and part ways with Scott Atchison, Omar Quintanilla, Jordany Valdespin, Jeremy Hefner and Justin Turner. The decisions to cut ties with Hefner and Turner were the ones that stood out the most for me. As Mike Kerwick described […]

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Five Reasons Why Mets Will Not Sign Stephen Drew

An article by posted on December 2, 2013 0 Comments
Five Reasons Why Mets Will Not Sign Stephen Drew

The Mets are not in play for Stephen Drew as a report on MetsBlog suggests. It sounds like another source who has no idea of the current landscape surrounding Drew and the Mets. 1. Lets remember that Scott Boras nixed a meeting with the Mets in Orlando to discuss Drew. Instead he scurried to the […]

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Josh Satin – Cleanup Hitter

An article by posted on December 2, 2013 12 Comments
Josh Satin – Cleanup Hitter

Call me crazy, but I’d like to see Josh Satin hitting cleanup. I think he can hit and be very productive on the Major League level. Yes, he took several years to make it to the majors, but let’s also not forget that his path to the bigs was blocked by David Wright at third […]

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Brian Kenny: Ten Rules To Fixing The Mets

An article by posted on December 1, 2013 0 Comments
Brian Kenny: Ten Rules To Fixing The Mets

Last night Brian Kenny (@MrBrianKenny), formerly of ESPN and currently at MLB Network tweeted out his rules for fixing the Mets. Aside from being a fan of his, I found these rules to be interesting and agreed with most, if not all of them. So I decided I’d pass them along to you guys with […]

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