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Heyman Blasts Claim That Alderson Revived The Mets

An article by posted on March 28, 2015 0 Comments
Heyman Blasts Claim That Alderson Revived The Mets

Jon Heyman of CBS Sports takes issue with the premise that general manager Sandy Alderson has revived the Mets as the new authorized biography Baseball Maverick claims. He is very critical of the overall positive and “saintly” portrayal of Alderson by former A’s beat writer Steve Kettmann who say’s Sandy’s one flaw is that he’s […]

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Sand Gnats To Leave Savannah

An article by posted on March 25, 2015 0 Comments
Sand Gnats To Leave Savannah

Historic Grayson Stadium, Savannah, GA According to a report by Adam Rubin, Mets are semi-officially stating that their Single-A affiliate, the Savannah Sand Gnats, are ceasing their occupancy in Savannah, Georgia on October 1st, 2015. and will be relocating to a brand new, state of the art stadium located in Columbia, South Carolina. The Mets […]

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Sources: No Chance Matz Goes To Bullpen

An article by posted on March 10, 2015 0 Comments
Sources: No Chance Matz Goes To Bullpen

Both Mike Puma and Adam Rubin had team sources tell them there’s no chance of Steven Matz going to the bullpen. Rubin writes: “No matter how severe Josh Edgin’s elbow injury turns out, there is “no chance” Steven Matz winds up in the bullpen to open the season.” Original Post 9:00 AM Back in November, […]

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Cesar Puello Deserves One Last Chance

An article by posted on March 4, 2015 0 Comments
Cesar Puello Deserves One Last Chance

It’s now or never for Mets outfield prospect Cesar Puello. The 23 year old Puello needs to break camp on the Mets 25 man roster this spring, or they will risk losing him to waivers. Puello is coming off a very disappointing season last year with Triple-A Las Vegas. He batted .252 with just seven […]

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Taking a Look at Mets Prospects Over Time

An article by posted on February 26, 2015 0 Comments
Taking a Look at Mets Prospects Over Time

It’s that time of year when prospects can find their names on the same jerseys being issued to major league players. Spring Training makes everyone look like a big leaguer, as seasoned veterans and bubble-gum chewing minor leaguers meet under the Florida sun. It’s also that time on the calendar when prospect lists are plentiful. Perhaps […]

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Baseball America: Mets Have 7 Prospects on Top 100

An article by posted on February 19, 2015 0 Comments
Baseball America: Mets Have 7 Prospects on Top 100

Baseball America is expected to reveal their 2015 Top 100 Prospects later today or tomorrow. MMO has learned that the Mets will have seven prospects featured on the list as follows: No. 11 Noah Syndergaard, RHP No. 33 Steven Matz, LHP No. 45 Brandon Nimmo, OF No. 46 Dilson Herrera, 2B No. 63 Kevin Plawecki, […]

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Opinion: Parlaying Pitching Depth For Outfield Depth

An article by posted on February 17, 2015 0 Comments
Opinion: Parlaying Pitching Depth For Outfield Depth

Someone the other day brought up the fact that in a little over a year’s time we could see a rotation of Harvey, Wheeler, deGrom, Syndergaard, and Matz. With that tantalizing projection comes the realization that Colon, Niese, Gee, and Montero, are expendable. That’s three serviceable veteran starters and a top 100 prospect, all essentially […]

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Gee Would Rather Start Than Relieve, But Will Do What Team Asks

An article by posted on February 16, 2015 0 Comments
Gee Would Rather Start Than Relieve, But Will Do What Team Asks

Dillon Gee told beat reporters at Port St. Lucie that he would rather start than pitch out of the bullpen, but that ultimately he’ll do whatever he is asked. Marc Carig of Newsday tweeted that a couple of times this winter, Gee thought he was very close to being traded. As far as his thoughts […]

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Mets Have Six Prospects On Baseball Prospectus Top 101

An article by posted on February 9, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Have Six Prospects On Baseball Prospectus Top 101

Baseball Prospectus released their Top 101 Prospects for the 2015 season, and once again the Mets figure very prominently with Noah Syndergaard leading our contingent with an impressive No. 9 ranking overall. Following Syndergaard at No. 33 is left-handed pitcher Steven Matz who has resurrected his top prospect billing after a spectacular performance last season. […]

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Mets Should Start Considering Extensions For Some Players

An article by posted on February 5, 2015 0 Comments
Mets Should Start Considering Extensions For Some Players

History has shown us the best way, and most economical, is to build from within and complement your core with free-agent signings and trades. The Mets have a young, but largely unproven core of talent outside of David Wright. I wrote the other day how the Mets should consider extending Lucas Duda if he duplicates […]

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