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Olney Report: Cespedes Is Baseball’s Best Left Fielder

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Olney Report: Cespedes Is Baseball’s Best Left Fielder

In Buster Olney’s latest ESPN Insider piece, he ranked the current top left fielders in baseball. In conjuction with the opinions and analysis provided by unnamed scouts and team executives, Olney concluded Mets left fielder Yoenis Cespedes was the best left fielder in the major leagues. The top five left fielders in baseball was rounded […]

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Could Jerry Blevins Return To Mets After All?

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Could Jerry Blevins Return To Mets After All?

Earlier this offseason, the Mets were preparing themselves to lose LHP Jerry Blevins to a multi-year deal elsewhere. Today, Jan. 19, Blevins is still a free agent, and will most likely settle on a shorter term deal, which the Mets should explore. Blevins was acquired by the Mets right before the 2015 season in exchange […]

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Greg Holland Expected to Decide on New Team Soon

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Greg Holland Expected to Decide on New Team Soon

Former Kansas City Royals closer, Greg Holland, is expected to decide on his new team within the next week according to Jim Bowden of ESPN. Holland missed the entire 2016 season, undergoing Tommy John surgery. Prior to that he was one of the more dominant closers in the game for the Royals. In his six […]

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Johan Santana Will Be Eligible for the Hall Next Year

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Johan Santana Will Be Eligible for the Hall Next Year

The 2017 Hall of Fame class was one for the ages. Tim Raines, Jeff Bagwell, and Ivan Rodriguez will all be getting well-deserved plaques in Cooperstown after a star-studded MLB career. As stacked as this year’s class was, the 2018 class may have even more stars than the last ballot– or any, for that matter. First-time nominees […]

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Jacob deGrom Hopes Mets Starters Collectively Stay Healthy In 2017

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Jacob deGrom Hopes Mets Starters Collectively Stay Healthy In 2017

From DeLand, Florida where Jacob deGrom has been throwing for several weeks in his road to recovery from last season’s ulnar nerve surgery in his pitching elbow, the all-star righty said that he hopes 2017 will be the year where all five Mets starters stay healthy. “We’re all rooting for each other. We’re definitely excited. […]

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What Should We Expect from Robert Gsellman in 2017?

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What Should We Expect from Robert Gsellman in 2017?

The New York Mets continue to produce great pitching prospects as we saw this past season with the emergence of Robert Gsellman and Seth Lugo. As we enter the 2017 season, it will be interesting to see what we get from these young pitchers, specifically Gsellman in this case. As Zack Wheeler is likely headed to the […]

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Amed Rosario Getting Rave Reviews For His Bat and Glove

An article by posted on 17/01/2017 0 Comments
Amed Rosario Getting Rave Reviews For His Bat and Glove

Shortstop Amed Rosario might be the most exciting position-player prospect the Mets have had in the last decade, writes writes Sam Dykstra of MLB Pipeline as they roll out their projections for rookies during the 21017 season. “The 21-year-old shortstop is coming off a season in which he made a huge offensive leap with a […]

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2017 Top Mets 30 Prospects: No. 11 Wuilmer Becerra, OF

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2017 Top Mets 30 Prospects: No. 11 Wuilmer Becerra, OF

#11 OF Wuilmer Becerra Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 225  Level: High-A St. Lucie Mets B/T: R/R Age: 10/01/1994 (22) Age Dif: -1.7 Acquired: Part of seven player trade from the Toronto Blue Jays Last Year: #6 2016 Statistics: 65 G, 247 AB, 27 R, 77 H, 17 2B, HR, 34 RBI, 9 BB/52 K, 7 SB, […]

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Have the Mets Done Enough This Offseason?

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Have the Mets Done Enough This Offseason?

This has been such a quiet offseason for the New York Mets with such little action going on. Nicolas Stellini of FanGraphs argues that Sandy Alderson and company have not done to help solidify this team. In late November the Mets brought back Yoenis Cespedes, which of course was everyone’s top priority this offseason. This […]

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Josh Edgin’s One-Year Deal Worth $675K

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Josh Edgin’s One-Year Deal Worth $675K

According to Jon Heyman on Twitter, the deal Josh Edgin signed to avoid arbitration is worth $675,000. Original Post – Jan 13 The Mets have avoided arbitration with reliever Josh Edgin, agreeing to a one-year contract. The salary is not yet known. MLB Trade Rumors projected in November that he’d make $800,000. Edgin, 30, had […]

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