Tag: Josh Satin

Flores Seems Bound For Triple-A Start

An article by posted on February 18, 2014 0 Comments
Flores Seems Bound For Triple-A Start

Terry Collins strongly hinted that Wilmer Flores seems destined for a Triple-A start unless he can work his way into an infield position, reports ESPN’s Adam Rubin. Something that doesn’t seem likely. “I think with what we have on the infield — you know what? — if he’s not going to get a lot of […]

Continue Reading »

Spring Training Battles: Will Consistency be Rewarded at First Base?

An article by posted on February 12, 2014 0 Comments
Spring Training Battles: Will Consistency be Rewarded at First Base?

In an article written Monday for the New York Post, Ken Davidoff asked 30 questions, one for each major league team as they head to spring training. Of the Mets, Davidoff asked the following. “Who is the starting first baseman, and does the loser of the Ike Davis/Lucas Duda competition stick around?” The answer to […]

Continue Reading »

Spring Shots: Mets Baseball in Port St. Lucie

An article by posted on February 11, 2014 0 Comments
Spring Shots: Mets Baseball in Port St. Lucie

Many Mets players are already in Port St. Lucie and the number keeps growing everyday. Pitchers and catchers don’t report until February 15 and the position players until February 20, but that hasn’t stop some Mets from trying to get a step ahead. Here are some of the sights from Tradition Field as posted by the […]

Continue Reading »

Josh Satin, The Classic Moneyball Player

An article by posted on January 25, 2014 0 Comments
Josh Satin, The Classic Moneyball Player

Tim Rohan of the New York Times, wrote an extensive piece on Josh Satin this afternoon. He says that the 29-year old infielder has been taking this playing the outfield thing pretty seriously. Not willing to sit on his laurels and hope that he makes the team next Spring, he says Satin’s survival instincts kicked […]

Continue Reading »

Mets Spring Training Battles: The Infield

An article by posted on January 23, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Spring Training Battles: The Infield

Now that the Mets’ arbitration slate has been wiped clean and all seven players have agreed to deals that they will undoubtedly repay tenfold in Wins Above Replacement (one can always hope), the only thing left to do is wait for those pitchers and catchers to report already. Hurry up, guys… I know the offseason […]

Continue Reading »

Mets’ Most Clutch Hitting Performances of 2013

An article by posted on January 17, 2014 0 Comments
Mets’ Most Clutch Hitting Performances of 2013

It is the middle of January. It is cold. Spring Training is near, only if counting by weeks, but real baseball is still far away. What better time to take a look back at some of the most clutch performances of 2013. Clutch is a word that comes up a lot in the sports lexicon. Fans, […]

Continue Reading »

MMO Mailbag: Harvey vs Kershaw, Moving Murphy To First Base

An article by posted on January 17, 2014 0 Comments
MMO Mailbag: Harvey vs Kershaw, Moving Murphy To First Base

TerriLoves28 asks… How do you think the Clayton Kershaw deal will impact Matt Harvey when his time comes? Should we say our goodbyes now? Joe D. replies… I would hold off on saying goodbye for now. I think it’s way too early for anyone to speculate on Harvey when the Mets won’t have to make […]

Continue Reading »

Love Is In The Air…

An article by posted on January 16, 2014 0 Comments
Love Is In The Air…

I’m sure that you’ve all heard about David Wright getting married to his longtime girlfriend Molly Beers, last month. Sorry ladies, he’s officially off the market. Wright, 31, tied the knot in California and most of his teammates both were all on hand. “For me it’s the next step to growing up and the next […]

Continue Reading »

A Satin and Davis Platoon At First Base Could Prove Very Productive

An article by posted on January 10, 2014 0 Comments
A Satin and Davis Platoon At First Base Could Prove Very Productive

Kenny asks… Let’s say the Mets don’t trade Ike Davis and he’s with the team come Spring Training, does it mean that Josh Satin is out of a job? Joe D. replies… There’s still plenty of time for the Mets to trade Davis, but let’s assume they end up keeping him. My hunch is that […]

Continue Reading »

Debunking Three Myths About Sabermetrics

An article by posted on January 5, 2014 0 Comments
Debunking Three Myths About Sabermetrics

There has always been a perceived tension between pro-analytics baseball fans and anti-analytics fans. The battle is already over and done with in front offices, as both have been able to coexist, but there are still fans who disagree. Really, most of the disagreements are caused by ignorance towards the other side or just a […]

Continue Reading »