Tag: depth

Since Opening Day, Only Three Mets Have Been On Active Roster All Season

An article by posted on September 20, 2013 0 Comments
Since Opening Day, Only Three Mets Have Been On Active Roster All Season

Jared Diamond of the Wall Street Journal with a sobering factoid on just how tough this season has been for the Mets. He writes: With 10 games left in the regular season, the Mets, at 68-84, are long past irrelevant. All that really matters at this point is waiting to see who makes it to […]

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Alderson Will Spend Money On Veteran Starter If Harvey Is Out For 2014

An article by posted on September 3, 2013 0 Comments
Alderson Will Spend Money On Veteran Starter If Harvey Is Out For 2014

Sandy Alderson was a guest of Mike Francesa on WFAN today and said a few things that are worth discussing… Aside from the usual dialog about how everything is going according to plan and things are going as well as expected, there were a few things worth noting and I’ll post on each one. First […]

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Mets Roll The Dice On Daisuke Matsuzaka

An article by posted on August 22, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Roll The Dice On Daisuke Matsuzaka

In an effort to bolster the rotation after injuries to Jeremy Hefner and Jenrry Mejia, the New York Mets today announced the club agreed to terms with righthanded pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka on a one-year contract. Matsuzaka will wear #16 and will start tomorrow’s night game against Detroit. A corresponding move will be announced prior to […]

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Wright’s Gold Glove Defense Begins With His Glove

An article by posted on July 16, 2013 0 Comments
Wright’s Gold Glove Defense Begins With His Glove

David Wright ready for whatever comes at him armed with his Wilson A2K Glove. David Wright Wilson A2K Signature Glove Most noticeable difference is the color scheme. He uses an orange tan coloring for the glove itself, with blue lacing and blue bindings to make it specific to the New York Mets and him. The […]

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Ice Berg Dead Ahead

An article by posted on July 15, 2013 0 Comments
Ice Berg Dead Ahead

The always enjoyable to read Ted Berg, now with USA Today, sets us straight on how fans view their top prospects and writes: Great players in the minors almost always graduate to the next level, but great players in the Majors have no place else to go. On the rare occasion a minor leaguer is […]

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MMO Book Review: The Happiest Recap by Greg Prince

An article by posted on June 19, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Book Review: The Happiest Recap by Greg Prince

Just before the season started, Greg Prince of Faith and Fear in Flushing, was kind enough to send me out a copy of his new book, The Happiest Recap : First Base 1962-1973. It’s the first of four volumes chronicling the rich fifty year history of the New York Mets, told only the way you would expect from […]

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Mets Minors: Allan Dykstra Throwing His Hat Into The Ring

An article by posted on June 18, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Minors: Allan Dykstra Throwing His Hat Into The Ring

The hot-hitting Allan Dykstra, who received a little nod in a Prospect Spotlight yesterday, is also our MMN Player of the Week! Dykstra had a nice fling with the longball last week, slamming three homers to lead all Mets organizational players. His overall line on the week was .588/.696/1.118, as he supplemented his hot hitting with six walks […]

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Mets Like Depth In This Week’s Draft, Confident They’ll Get Who They Like

An article by posted on June 3, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Like Depth In This Week’s Draft, Confident They’ll Get Who They Like

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com gave us a thorough draft preview for the New York Mets as we gear up for the 2013 MLB draft this Thursday. While it’s not always guaranteed an impact-type player will fall to the 11th overall pick (which is where the Mets currently reside), but Paul DePodesta shed some light on the […]

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Davis Spared A Demotion After Two Groundball Singles?

An article by posted on May 27, 2013 0 Comments
Davis Spared A Demotion After Two Groundball Singles?

Ike Davis may have saved his hold on a major league job and saved the Mets the cost of a plane ticket to Las Vegas, with his two groundball singles last night. Sandy Alderson was expected to meet with Terry Collins after the game to discuss Davis’ fate, a team source told Adam Rubin of ESPN New York. […]

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Sacking Terry Collins Now Would Be Unfair

An article by posted on May 20, 2013 0 Comments
Sacking Terry Collins Now Would Be Unfair

Terry Collins will go to home plate tomorrow with the line-up card and likely get booed. Surely, he’ll hear it when he makes a pitching change. It won’t be fair, but we know few things in baseball aren’t fair.Collins doesn’t have a contract beyond this season, and his lame duck status rises to the surface when […]

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