DILLON GEE RUMORS & GOSSIP
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The New York Mets‘ decision to give the last spot in the rotation to Dillon Gee continues to look like a bad one, as he continues to struggle. Gee’s struggles have made the Mets “eager” to trade and replace him with 24-year-old Rafael Montero, according to Andy Martino of the New York Daily News.
Gee, 28, is having a rough start to the season, as noted above. Coming into...
The math adds up to the conclusion the New York Mets – two weeks into the season – are ready to move on from Dillon Gee.
Gee gave the Mets the required innings in two unimpressive starts, but recent circumstances conspired to making it impossible for them to allow him time to work out his problems and fall into a groove.
GEE: On thin ice. (Getty)
GM Sandy Alderson finally realized...
There is a very likable quality to the Mets’ Dillon Gee, one that wants you pull for him to do well. He doesn’t have the obvious skill set as say, Matt Harvey. He also doesn’t have the obvious, sometimes, in-your-face demeanor of Harvey.
However, Harvey is whom the public fawns over and Gee is taken for granted. Gee is what is good about sports, but on a different level. This...
Dillon Gee – Photo Credit – Paul Hadsall
I would have wrote this before the season started, but I’m really not a big fan of “bold predictions”. It especially was not a good time to go out on a limb when they had to start the season against a team that everyone has basically just crowned World Series champions already, the Washington Nationals.
Oh, and the New York...
According to Adam Rubin of ESPN New York, veteran righthander Dillon Gee will be the Mets fifth starter based on information he received from several team sources.
Despite a stiff challenge from prospect Rafael Montero, Gee will remain in the rotation as the Mets head into Opening Day.
Gee could get traded as you can read below in the original story, but seriously, this was the...
Despite losing Zack Wheeler to a ligament tear that required Tommy John surgery, the New York Mets still may trade right-hander Dillon Gee within the month, an organization source told ESPN New York.
“Gee is expected to open the season in the Mets’ rotation, although there are dissenters among team officials, who prefer prospect Rafael Montero.”
“Mets manager Terry Collins...
Matt Harvey is a star, someone who should be in the rotation as long as he’s healthy. Dillon Gee is a placeholder, a competent MLB pitcher who should be in the rotation until someone better comes along. Gee has done a fine job for the Mets, making 103 starts for the club. We should salute his efforts for the team the past four-plus seasons. However, just because he has been...
On Wednesday, Baseball Prospectus released their annual PECOTA projections. The New York Mets were projected by PECOTA to finish 82-80, which puts them second in the NL East and just one game back of the Padres for the second NL Wild Card spot. Last year, the Mets finished 79-83, and we’re tied with the Braves for second in the NL East. They were nine games back of the Pirates...
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Here’s a new wrinkle on the Dillon Gee trade front from Mike Puma of the Post.
The Giants, Padres and Rockies continue to be potential landing spots for Gee, but an industry source indicates that at least one AL team has now shown interest in the veteran right-hander.
Additionally, the source added that the Mets no longer consider it necessary to receive a major league player...