Tag: Mets Prospects

Special Feature: Keith Law Talks Mets Baseball With MMO

An article by posted on February 23, 2016 0 Comments
Special Feature: Keith Law Talks Mets Baseball With MMO

Earlier this week, I had the privilege of spending 40 minutes on the phone with ESPN Senior Baseball Writer Keith Law. Keith is a lead baseball analyst for ESPN.com and senior analyst for Scouts.Inc. He formerly worked in the front office of the Toronto Blue Jays. I interviewed Keith before last season and he graciously […]

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Matz, Smith Top MLB.com’s Top 30 Mets Prospects

An article by posted on February 22, 2016 0 Comments
Matz, Smith Top MLB.com’s Top 30 Mets Prospects

‘Tis the season of prospect rankings! In the latest release, Jonathan Mayo and the MLB Pipeline staff published their top 30 Mets prospects this afternoon. To no one’s surprise, Steven Matz topped the list (he was also ranked 15th on the MLB-wide list) and was actually the only pitcher in the top eight. Mayo had great […]

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Final Mets Dominican Winter League Regular Season Stats

An article by posted on December 28, 2015 0 Comments
Final Mets Dominican Winter League Regular Season Stats

Juan Lagares continued some of his offensive trends from the regular season with the Mets right into winter ball action with the Aguilas Cibaenas. He hit .276/.333/.293 overall but was great against left-handed pitching going 7 for 13 without a strikeout. However, he was just 9 for 45 against righties with 11 strikeouts. He did have […]

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Law: Are Mets Pushing The Panic Button?

An article by posted on July 28, 2015 0 Comments
Law: Are Mets Pushing The Panic Button?

“The New York Mets are “going for it,” if by going for it we mean acquiring fringe pieces and, at least in the deal for Tyler Clippard, now surrendering legitimate top-10 prospects. Sandy Alderson just dubbed Mets fans the “citizens of Panic City,” but with this move he has just declared himself mayor.” That’s what Keith Law of […]

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Morning Grind: “Thorsday” Takeaways

An article by posted on May 13, 2015 0 Comments
Morning Grind: “Thorsday” Takeaways

In case you missed it (you didn’t), Noah Syndergaard made his MLB debut last night in Chicago, in a game the Mets lost 6-1. Noah allowed three runs on six hits and four walks (one intentional) in 5.1 innings, striking out six. So, what to make of it? Not Bad: Not exactly the loftiest of standards […]

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Featured Post: Keith Law Talks Mets Prospects With MMO

An article by posted on February 7, 2015 0 Comments
Featured Post: Keith Law Talks Mets Prospects With MMO

On Thursday morning, I had the chance to conduct an interview over the phone with ESPN senior baseball analyst Keith Law, who is also the lead baseball analyst for ESPN’s Scouts.Inc and the former assistant to the GM of the Toronto Blue Jays. Keith, who ranked the Mets as having the fourth best farm system […]

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Baseball America Hot Sheet: Cecchini No. 4, Flores in Team Photo

An article by posted on May 10, 2014 0 Comments
Baseball America Hot Sheet: Cecchini No. 4, Flores in Team Photo

After a hot week in Savannah, Gavin Cecchini joins the list of Mets Prospects that have been recognized this season on Baseball America’s Hot Sheet – that featured Brandon Nimmo and Noah Syndergaard a week ago. After a torrid week at the plate, Cecchini has raised his  average to .286 this season with a .353 […]

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Which Mets Prospects Can Fill Current Team Needs?

An article by posted on March 4, 2014 0 Comments
Which Mets Prospects Can Fill Current Team Needs?

In an article for MLB.com, Bernie Pleskoff took a look at how the current crop of Mets prospects may fit into the major league teams needs. It’s an interesting topic of discussion and here’s some of what Pleskoff had to say: For this season, right-handed prospect Noah Syndergaard could potentially fill the roll as a fifth starter. Syndergaard, […]

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Mets’ Prospects of The Early Years: Bud Harrelson, SS

An article by posted on February 14, 2014 0 Comments
Mets’ Prospects of The Early Years: Bud Harrelson, SS

Back in 1963 and 1964 when fringe-major leaguer Al Moran and later, aging veteran Roy McMillan were playing shortstop for the Mets, the minor league system was developing two promising shortstops, one of whom who would hopefully be the long-term heir to the job. On the Mets’ Raleigh farm team, the shortstop was Wilbur Huckle, […]

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Our 2014 Top 25 Mets Prospects – At A Glance

An article by posted on February 13, 2014 0 Comments
Our 2014 Top 25 Mets Prospects – At A Glance

Here they are, all gathered together in one place. MMO presents to you our 2014 Top 25 Mets Prospects. We love the job that our minor league analyst Pete Anselmo did in producing our Top 25 this year. Let’s give him a nice round of applause. Looking back at last year’s rankings, Noah Syndergaard replaces Zack […]

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