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Mets 2015 Draft Analysis: The Year of the Lefty

The New York Mets wrapped up the 2015 Amateur Draft, finishing with 39 picks from rounds 2 through 40. After forgoing their first round pick to sign Michael Cuddyer, the Mets were left with an MLB low $3,587,800 to spend on their picks, making getting high-upside picks much more difficult to acquire without some creativity. What they did was go for college seniors early to gain...
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June 11, 2015  |  Discuss

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