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Will Sandy Alderson make any moves?

In the past, Sandy Alderson has not made too many big splash moves to help the major league team. Most of the trades so far have involved selling off pieces of the Mets for prospects, which has worked out for the Mets as they are coming up through the system and making an impact on the big league club. The only big free agent contract he has handed out was to Curtis Granderson...
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Offseason questions facing the Mets

With the 2014-2015 offseason about to begin, the Mets begin their quest to make a playoff appearance in the 2015 season. In order to make the postseason, there are a few questions the Mets should think over, and decide which decision would be the best for them. Here are some of those questions: 1. How much payroll flexibility is needed to make a splash? With Lucas Duda, Jenrry ...
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Mets Have Drafted Highest Percentage Of High School Players

According to a new report by Baseball America, the current Collective Bargaining Agreement and its bonus pools have created incentives for teams to select high school players early in the draft before spending less in the back half of the top 10 rounds. They write that 2014 was the most aggressive use of that strategy in the three years under the current CBA. Nearly half of the high...
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Featured Post: Top 5 Underrated Mets Hitting Prospects

The top prospects of every minor league system always seem to receive endless amounts of hype. Most of the time this attention is deserved as elite prospects are often potential game changers for their franchises. However, sometimes the prospects that are rarely discussed can make the strongest impact. Mets fans have witnessed this recently with the development of Jacob deGrom and...
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Are the Mets and Braves potential trade partners this offseason?

One of the staples of offseason talk radio and blog writing is the trade column. And unfortunately, a lot of times this takes the form of “let’s group together our trash and trade it for your star.” There are multiple reasons why this happens. Among other things, it’s hard to be objective about the talent on your team. Additional reasons are that fans are unlikely to...
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Citi Field Fence Changes Could Change Team Strategy

In the last few years, the New York Mets have done a pretty good job building up their farm system with a lot of pitching. Ever since moving to Citi Field, hitters have found it difficult to drive the ball out of the ballpark. That leads to a focus on pitching, but things could change this upcoming season as the fences are moved in for the 2nd time since opening up in 2009. The New...
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Just How Vauable Is Juan Lagares?

Mark Simon of ESPN New York, does a very nice job of analyzing the first full season of center fielder Juan Lagares, who he says was arguably the Mets’ most valuable player or at the very least one of their top three. I agree. Offensively, Lagares’ progression was a product of two things: increasing his line-drive rate from 19 percent to 22 percent and spraying the ball across...
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Did The Mets Indirectly Predict This Year’s World Series? (Photo)

Mr. Met can’t bare this anymore.  It’s official, the Royals and the Giants are going to the World Series. Earlier this year, the Mets honored the Negro Leagues on June 28, 2014. Interesting enough, these are the jerseys that they wore. Did the Mets predict it? Who knows but the speculation is great. The post Did The Mets Indirectly Predict This Year’s World Series? (Photo...
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Potential trade partner: New York Mets

Ian Vescera (@Ian_Vescera)Contributing WriterCome this offseason, Ben Cherington will be looking anywhere and everywhere to upgrade his starting rotation. The New York Mets might be able to help out the Red Sox. The Mets need outfielders. The Red Sox have an excess of outfielders. Possibility for a trade? Sounds like it.With Matt Harvey expected back, the Mets rotation will be overflowing...
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New York Mets Players And Their Walking Dead Counterparts

What it feels like to be a New York Mets fan The New York Mets and The Walking Dead are synonymous is so many ways. The jokes could go on and on for days, but that’s not what this post is about. It’s no secret that The Walking Dead is TSB’s favorite TV show. Hook and I have done numerous recaps, “Dead Yourself” articles, and talked about it on TSB Radio. But now that the...
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Burning questions for the New York Mets’ offseason

The New York Mets ended 2014 with some promise and some answers to long term questions. However there are still a few that go unresolved into 2015. 1. Who’s the answer at shortstop? The Mets need to find out quickly if Wilmer Flores is going to be the shortstop of the future One thing is clear: it probably isn’t Ruben Tejada. The bigger question is whether Wilmer Flores can be...
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How should the Mets handle Matt Harvey?

Operating under the assumption Matt Harvey will be ready for spring training and subsequently the start of the season, there will undoubtedly be an innings limitation. In theory, the Mets want him ready for a postseason push. They haven’t announced what the cap would be, but let’s figure on 175-180 innings – which is at least three starts shy of the hoped for 200. HARVEY: Innings...
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