Tag: Wilmer Flores

Hits & Misses: Beltran To The Phillies? Tulo and CarGo Are Going Nowhere?

An article by posted on October 10, 2013 0 Comments
Hits & Misses: Beltran To The Phillies? Tulo and CarGo Are Going Nowhere?

I read some scuttlebutt last night about the Philadelphia Phillies possibly honing in on free agent to be Carlos Beltran this winter. If every free-agent signee were able to guarantee a replication of the previous year’s performance, Beltran would be No. 1 on the Phillies’ list. In 600 plate appearances for the Cardinals in 2013, […]

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Mets Not Interested In Cano Or Abreu, Are In The Market For A Unicorn

An article by posted on October 10, 2013 0 Comments
Mets Not Interested In Cano Or Abreu, Are In The Market For A Unicorn

Andy Martino of the NY Daily News reports that the Mets aren’t expected to pursue free agents Robinson Cano or Jose Abreu according to “major league sources familiar with the team’s thinking,” . A high-ranking team official recently told the Star-Ledger’s Jorge Castillo that Alderson’s scouts came away “impressed” with Abreu’s power. But obviously (and predictably) not that impressed. An unsurprising […]

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So Many Questions As The Mets Head Into the Offseason

An article by posted on October 8, 2013 0 Comments
So Many Questions As The Mets Head Into the Offseason

With the 2013 Playoffs just about reaching the halfway point, it is time for the Mets front office to begin preparing their plans for the offseason and 2014. After finishing a school test early on Friday, I took the time to write down some legitimate questions about the New York Mets players, Front Office, and […]

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MLBTR Posts Their Mets Offseason Outlook

An article by posted on October 7, 2013 0 Comments
MLBTR Posts Their Mets Offseason Outlook

As part of their Off-Season Outlook Series, MLB Trade Rumors rolled out their review and outlook for the New York Mets today. Here are some portions of their report On Payroll & Spending The Mets opened 2011 with a $142.8MM payroll, only to drop into the low-$90MM level over the last two years. The team has […]

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You Can Only Sell The Future For So Long

An article by posted on October 3, 2013 0 Comments
You Can Only Sell The Future For So Long

Here’s the latest accounting on the Mets payroll, according to the man who’s supposed to be holding all the cards. Sandy Alderson said that the Mets payroll for this past season ended up around $87-88 million. He asserts that the Mets have approximately $40 million coming off the books this winter, and they have just […]

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Sickels: Syndergaard and Montero Headline Top 75 Prospects

An article by posted on October 2, 2013 0 Comments
Sickels: Syndergaard and Montero Headline Top 75 Prospects

Highly regarded minor league analyst John Sickels recently released his end of year profile of the Top 75 Prospects in the minor leagues, his third and final prospect list of the 2013 season. John runs the blog Minor League Ball and writes his own yearly prospect book. He is extremely knowledgeable, and I recommend everyone check […]

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MMO Mailbag: Does Dave Hudgens Deserve To Come Back Next Season?

An article by posted on October 1, 2013 0 Comments
MMO Mailbag: Does Dave Hudgens Deserve To Come Back Next Season?

JetsMets13 asks… Do you think Dave Hudgens deserves to come back next season? It seems like every player does worse when he gets his hands on them. Look at what happened to Ike Davis, Lucas Duda and Ruben Tejada. They all did great in their rookie years and then got worse instead of better. Look […]

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Wilmer Flores Looks To Improve Speed, Plate Discipline In 2014

An article by posted on September 30, 2013 0 Comments
Wilmer Flores Looks To Improve Speed, Plate Discipline In 2014

The 2013 Mets season has now officially been placed ‘in the books’. This year saw the continued decline of  once promising young talents such as Ike Davis and Ruben Tejada, allowing for a slew of fresh prospects to enter the mix at the major-league level. Terry Collins best described it in his pre-game press conference […]

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Five Things I Love & Hate About You

An article by posted on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
Five Things I Love & Hate About You

Being a baseball fan brings out the best, and sometimes the worst in people of all walks of life. Being a fan of a bad baseball team often brings magnifies those characteristics. I’m not talking about terrible things like racism, sexism, or God forbid acts of violence like we saw recently with the Giants and […]

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Wright Feels Fine After Getting Hit In The Head, Could Play Tonight If Everything Checks Out

An article by posted on September 27, 2013 0 Comments
Wright Feels Fine After Getting Hit In The Head, Could Play Tonight If Everything Checks Out

David Wright was hit in the head by a pitch from Brewers starting pitcher Johnny Hellweg in the bottom of the third inning of during last night’s game against Milwaukee, Wright ducked in an attempt to get out of the way of the inside pitch which still drilled him off the the helmet. He went down initially, but […]

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