Tag: Ken Davidoff

Mets Agree To One-Year $6.5 Million Deal With Jerry Blevins (Updated)

An article by posted on February 4, 2017 0 Comments
Mets Agree To One-Year $6.5 Million Deal With Jerry Blevins (Updated)

The New York Mets have re-signed left-handed reliever Jerry Blevins according to Jon Heyman of Fan Rag Sports. The deal is for one year guaranteed at $6.5 million dollars, but includes a a team option that could bring the total value to $12.5 million over two years. He can also earn $100,000 in incentives each […]

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Neil Walker Accepts Mets’ $17.2 Million Qualifying Offer

An article by posted on November 14, 2016 0 Comments
Neil Walker Accepts Mets’ $17.2 Million Qualifying Offer

According to Joel Sherman on Twitter, Neil Walker has accepted the Mets $17.2 million qualifying offer. Walker will clearly be the everyday second baseman next season which pretty much leaves Wilmer Flores, T.J. Rivera, David Wright, and Jose Reyes jockeying for playing time at third base or backing up at all four infield positions. Terry Collins […]

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Mets Receiving Trade Inquiries On Juan Lagares, But Unlikely To Deal Him

An article by posted on December 1, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Receiving Trade Inquiries On Juan Lagares, But Unlikely To Deal Him

Ken Davidoff of the New York Post reports that the Mets are unlikely to deal Juan Lagares even though they have received several trade inquiries on him recently. Lagares, 26, took a major step backwards this year as he hit .259/.289/.358 with a 80 wRC+ in 465 plate appearances. He eventually lost his starting job […]

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Billy Beane Compares Mets’ Staff To A’s

An article by posted on August 8, 2015 0 Comments
Billy Beane Compares Mets’ Staff To A’s

In an interview with Ken Davidoff of the NY Post, Athletics’ General Manager Billy Beane compared the Mets’ young pitchers to his star-studded rotation in Oakland during the early 2000′s. The A’s staff featured three top starters in Barry Zito, Mark Mulder and Tim Hudson, who carried the team to multiple playoff berths. “There’s definitely […]

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The Truth About Zack Wheeler’s Usage

An article by posted on March 18, 2015 0 Comments
The Truth About Zack Wheeler’s Usage

The Mets front office is a lot like congress. People don’t trust them. So when it was announced that Zack Wheeler has a torn UCL, the first thing everyone did was point their fingers at management. We all watched the games last year. How many times did Terry Collins leave Wheeler on the mound past […]

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Troy Tulowitzki or Ian Desmond to the Mets Not Happening

An article by posted on January 15, 2015 0 Comments
Troy Tulowitzki or Ian Desmond to the Mets Not Happening

Charlie Monfort, co-owner of the Colorado Rockies, smiled when The Post told him of the many Mets fans who would love to see Troy Tulowitzki get traded to Citi Field. “It’s not happening,” Monfort responded. Ken Davidoff says the Rockies’ leaders, with both their actions and their words, have displayed how reluctant they are to […]

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Black Shut Down, Likely Out For Season

An article by posted on September 15, 2014 0 Comments
Black Shut Down, Likely Out For Season

UPDATE (9/15/14) Terry Collins speaking before Monday nights game said that Vic Black will be shut down for five to six days as he continues to deal with a herniated disk. Given the amount of games left this season, it’s likely he has seen the end to his 2014 campaign. Original Story After seeing a […]

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Mets Proving Pitching Alone Can’t Get It Done

An article by posted on June 12, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Proving Pitching Alone Can’t Get It Done

After another solid outing by Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom (0-3), who went 5 2/3 innings giving up three runs on nine hits while walking one and striking out four, and was still denied his first big-league win, Ken Davidoff of the Post claims that the mets are a prime example of why starting pitching is […]

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DeGrom Comes Up On Short End Once Again

An article by posted on June 12, 2014 0 Comments
DeGrom Comes Up On Short End Once Again

  Jacob deGrom has been doing all he has been asked to do to try and help the Mets win ball games, but unfortunately the Mets have not given him enough run support in those starts. Since making his debut on May 15th, when he lost to the Yankees 1-0, deGrom is 0-3, with a […]

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DePodesta Weighs In On Montero, Leathersich, deGrom

An article by posted on February 20, 2014 0 Comments
DePodesta Weighs In On Montero, Leathersich, deGrom

Paul DePodesta had a lengthy chat with Ken Davidoff of the New York Post about some of the Mets’ top pitching prospects and the system as a whole. Discussing Rafael Montero, DePo said that he is certainly close, citing that the 23-year old righty spent a good chunk of last year in Triple-A, similar to what Zack […]

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