Tag: trade

Featured Post: Which Mets Won’t Be Back In 2015?

An article by posted on September 27, 2014 0 Comments
Featured Post: Which Mets Won’t Be Back In 2015?

With just four days left to the regular season, it won’t be long until the Mets officially shift gears and go into 2015 mode. One area which Sandy Alderson won’t have to worry about this Winter is the bullpen, Thankfully, we won’t have to endure anymore botched bullpen revamps. And ironically, the bulk of the […]

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Yoenis Céspedes Could Be Interesting Target For Sandy

An article by posted on September 24, 2014 0 Comments
Yoenis Céspedes Could Be Interesting Target For Sandy

First of all, I can’t take credit for formulating this entire idea on my own. It was a Twitter conversation involving my brother that actually started me down this line of thinking. Red Sox outfielder Yoenis Céspedes was acquired at the trading deadline from the Oakland Athletics for their long time ace Jon Lester. He […]

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Featured Post: It’s Your Move Sandy

An article by posted on September 20, 2014 0 Comments
Featured Post: It’s Your Move Sandy

The other night Gary Cohen mentioned that the Mets currently have the highest winning percentage across their minor league affiliates in all of professional baseball. At some point the hope is it will all translate to the major league level, however, those of us who’ve studied this game for any length of time know that […]

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It All Hinges On Granderson and Wright

An article by posted on September 16, 2014 0 Comments
It All Hinges On Granderson and Wright

Gary Cohen brought up an interesting and sensitive point during Friday night’s broadcast, asking Ron Darling if he thought Curtis Granderson and David Wright would rebound next year. It was a lively conversation that I thought would be worth discussing on MMO so I went ahead and transcribed it. Gary Cohen: Granderson missed most of […]

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Here Comes Herrera… There Goes Murphy?

An article by posted on August 30, 2014 0 Comments
Here Comes Herrera… There Goes Murphy?

When a team’s only All Star goes on the Disabled List, you would expect fans to be eagerly awaiting his return. However, when National League hits leader Daniel Murphy suffered a calf strain, a feeling of excitement arose within the Mets’ fanbase. On Friday night, the Mets called up Dilson Herrera, the top second base […]

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What Does Herrera’s Arrival Say About Murphy’s Future?

An article by posted on August 29, 2014 0 Comments
What Does Herrera’s Arrival Say About Murphy’s Future?

Tonight Dilson Herrera will likely make his major league debut at second base, replacing Daniel Murphy who landed on the disabled list after yesterdays game. There has been a wide range of opinions on whether or not this move made sense for the Mets. My opinion is that it doesn’t matter. You can’t find out […]

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Herrera Drives In Four, Scores Two, Now Batting .346

An article by posted on August 23, 2014 0 Comments
Herrera Drives In Four, Scores Two, Now Batting .346

Dilson Herrera had another great game tonight for Binghamton who beat Akron by a score of 12-3. Herrera finished 3-for-3 with two doubles, four RBIs, two runs scored and a walk. ESPN’s Keith Law had heaps of praise for the Mets’ 20-year-old second baseman prospect  in an online chat. Herrera is capable of becoming an above average, […]

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Difficult to See How Mets and Cubs Match Up For Trade

An article by posted on August 22, 2014 0 Comments
Difficult to See How Mets and Cubs Match Up For Trade

“It’s hard to see how we would actually match up,” a team official told Andy Martino of the Daily News when asked if the Cubs were ideal trade partners for the Mets.. The problem is that neither team is eager to part with its top prospects, and both would require a major haul to do […]

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Mets Offseason Hitting Trade Targets

An article by posted on August 17, 2014 0 Comments
Mets Offseason Hitting Trade Targets

The days of power hitters are over. Those that do remain are in such high demand that the thought of acquiring one will cost you an arm or a leg. If the Mets want a realistic shot to upgrade on offense, they will have to explore all options and alternatives available in the market. Here […]

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It’s Tough to Snooker Sandy in a Trade

An article by posted on August 15, 2014 0 Comments
It’s Tough to Snooker Sandy in a Trade

Long before becoming General Manager of the Mets, Sandy Alderson was the longtime General Manager of the Oakland A’s. He took over the helm of the A’s after Billy Martin was fired after the 1982 season in which the A’s went 68-94 and finished 5th in the American League West. During his run with the […]

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