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JENRRY MEJIA RUMORS & GOSSIP

Alderson Reluctant To Trade Mejia Or Mess With The Bullpen

For the same reasons I pointed out a couple of days ago below, general manager Sandy Alderson told Mike Puma of the New York Post the Mets would be reluctant to trade a reliever this offseason. “The bullpen hasn’t been a strength over the last three or four years until last season and even last year not for a full season, so we would be reluctant to trade the power arms,”...
Via Mets Merized Online
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Signing David Robertson? Trading Jenry Mejia?

Recently there’s been a lot of chatter about who the Mets closer should be next season with some even suggesting trading Jenrry Mejia who was second in the NL in saves during the second half with 18, only one behind the Marlins’ Steve Cishek. Joe Sheehan raised the possibility of the Mets signing former Yankees closer David Robertson on Monday. The logic being that we forfeited...
Via Mets Merized Online
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Mets360 2014 Projection Review: Jenrry Mejia

It was a tale of two seasons for Jenrry Mejia. He began 2014 as a starter, and turned in a couple of electric performances in that role, but by early May his ERA had ballooned up over 5 and he was moved to the bullpen. Mejia pitched well in a few late-inning appearances, and notched his first save of the season against the Nats on May 17. He went on to log 28 saves and record a...
Via Mets360.com
October 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Closer Role Should Be Jenrry Mejia’s To Lose

Recently there’s been a lot of chatter about who the closer should be next season with some even suggesting trading Jenrry Mejia who was second in the NL in saves during the second half with 18, only one behind the Marlins’ Steve Cishek. I have no problem with Jenrry Mejia as the closer entering the season. Keep in mind he pitched through a sports hernia. Ultimately, the closer doesn´t...
Via Mets Merized Online
October 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Jenrry Mejia Should NOT Be Our Closer In 2015

In a great post earlier this week, Harris Decker posed the question as to whether Jenrry Mejia should be traded this offseason. The readers were split on this notion with 51% saying yes and 49% saying no. The reasons justifying this move, according to Decker, are health and pitching depth. These are both very valid reasons. However, I want to throw out a third, and perhaps most...
Via Mets Merized Online
October 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Reactions to Jenrry Mejia’s Celebration are Overstated

New York Mets closer Jenrry Mejia’s famous post-game celebrations have officially sparked controversy. The 24-year-old closer struck out Washington Nationals 2B Danny Espinosa to record his 26th save of the year last night, and proceeded to celebrate in dynamic fashion. Mejia, known for his energetic foot stomp, added a fishing motion last night. Many on social media have theorized...
Via Around Citi
September 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Shamone! Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia moonwalks off mound after strikeout (GIF)

Like a blast straight out of the distant past, New York Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia went deep into the vault of antiquated dance moves by busting out the moonwalk after striking out the New York Yankees’ Brett Gardner in his first relief outing in two years during Monday’s game. Using the mound like Michael Jackson […] The post Shamone! Mets pitcher Jenrry Mejia moonwalks off...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Jenrry Mejia could help make the Mets bullpen dominant

In Monday night’s game against the Yankees, Jenrry Mejia came in and got four big outs. It was originally thought that since Mejia had pitched only three days prior, that he would only be expected to come in and get Alfonso Soriano out, which he did in splendid fashion on only three pitches. However, Mejia came back to pitch the bottom of the 8th after Lucas Duda drove in Eric...
Via Mets360.com
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Mets' Jenrry Mejia moonwalks off mound after strikeout

Jenrry Mejia was bumped from the Mets starting rotation to the bullpen Monday after a string of bad starts.  But that demotion apparently didn't have anything to do with his dance moves.The righthander played a crucial part in Monday night's Subway Series opener when Manager Terry Collins asked him to first keep the game close in the seventh and then protect a two-run...
Via The Other Paper
May 13, 2014  |  Discuss

New York Mets: Top three prospects to replace Jenrry Mejia

Jenrry Mejia might be on his way to the bullpen, but who could take his spot in the rotation? Jenrry Mejia has been a good starter for the New York Mets this season. Well, at least through four or five innings; after that he implodes. Mejia’s most infamous start this season was against the Colorado Rockies where he gave up 8 runs to blow a 6 – 0 lead until Terry Collins decided...
Via isportsweb.com
May 12, 2014  |  Discuss
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