Tag: free agency

Mets Have The Most Homegrown Players On Roster

An article by posted on December 23, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Have The Most Homegrown Players On Roster

In an organizational roster analysis by August Fagerstrom on FanGraphs, he discovers plenty of unique outliers. For one, the Oakland Athletics have only four homegrown players on their 40-man roster – that is, of the 40 players who comprise the current A’s roster, only four were actually drafted by the organization at some point. The […]

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Latest on Mets SS: Does Bogaerts or Andrus Change Anything?

An article by posted on November 24, 2014 0 Comments
Latest on Mets SS: Does Bogaerts or Andrus Change Anything?

Xander Bogaerts might be available, but at what cost? Sandy Alderson told reporters that he is continuing to monitor the market for shortstops although nothing is imminent for now. “We have several options internally and maybe not all of them are perfect,” Alderson said. “There aren’t a lot of free agent shortstops out there that check all […]

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MMO Free Agent Profile: Andrew Miller, LHP

An article by posted on November 14, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Free Agent Profile: Andrew Miller, LHP

Andrew Miller Relief Pitcher Bats: L  Throws: L Age on Opening Day: 29 2014 Snapshot Andrew Miller had a career year in 2014 between the Red Sox and Orioles. Through 42.1 innings in Boston, Miller held a 2.35 ERA before being dealt for minor league pitcher Eduardo Rodriguez during Boston’s massive fire sale before the […]

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What Michael Cuddyer Signing Says About Free Agency

An article by posted on November 11, 2014 0 Comments
What Michael Cuddyer Signing Says About Free Agency

The deal between the Mets and Michael Cuddyer made me a little sick and a little confused and a little perplexed and a little vindicated. That’s a lot for a Monday. What we have here is a 36-year-old who has a career .261/.328/.425 slash on the road, plays terrible defense, can’t stay on the field […]

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Featured Post: Assigning Market Value To Mets Prospects

An article by posted on November 7, 2014 0 Comments
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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Nothing Going On Between Mets and Markakis

An article by posted on November 6, 2014 0 Comments
Nothing Going On Between Mets and Markakis

Updated November 6 Baltimore beat writer Roch Kubatko, was the first to report that the Orioles have been very busy negotiating with gold glove outfielder Nick Markakis. The two sides have been in close contact since the season ended and they are expected to agree on a four-year deal very soon. MLB Trade Rumors projects […]

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Marlins Looking To Get A Stanton Deal Done Before Winter Meetings

An article by posted on November 3, 2014 0 Comments
Marlins Looking To Get A Stanton Deal Done Before Winter Meetings

In an interview with Jim Duquette and Jim Bowden, Miami Marlins President of Baseball Operations Michael Hill said the team’s goal is to try and sign their young star Giancarlo Stanton before the Winter Meetings in December. The Marlins are looking to get their two-time All Star signed to a long-term extension that could easily […]

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Alderson Met With His Staff and Scouts, Now Ready To Tackle Offseason Goals

An article by posted on November 3, 2014 0 Comments
Alderson Met With His Staff and Scouts, Now Ready To Tackle Offseason Goals

Sandy Alderson was kind enough to agree to an interview with MMO senior writer John Bernhardt on his weekly radio show called Tip-Off. Sandy’s interview had a number of fascinating insights and revelations, many of which we’ve already posted on MMO. As we head into Sandy’s fifth offseason as Mets GM, he was asked to […]

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Morning Grind: James Shields Should Stay in Kansas City

An article by posted on October 18, 2014 0 Comments
Morning Grind: James Shields Should Stay in Kansas City

Big Game James Shields will likely leave Kansas City this offseason and will command a hefty deal in free agency this offseason. But if the Royals win the World Series, he should consider staying. While I certainly won’t begrudge Shields the opportunity to enter free agency as a top flight, durable pitcher who may command […]

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Mets Not The Only Ones Seeking A Power Bat

An article by posted on October 17, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Not The Only Ones Seeking A Power Bat

With two key areas of need for the Mets, they will have plenty of competition for free agents this offseason according to ESPN New York’s Mark Simon. At shortstop, the New York Yankees and Oakland Athletics will both also be in the market after Derek Jeter‘s retirement, and Jed Lowrie reaching free agency. On the top […]

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