Since the Mets won’t be playing anytime soon. I am starting a series called “The Best of the Mets”. I will talk about the Mets' best players of all time at certain positions, and if this is popular, I may branch out to other teams. The first position is third
The Mets lucked into Jeff McNeil being their leadoff hitter and the best one they've had in years. For many years they couldn’t fill the position and they had the guy in the organization all along. Many times, the best moves the Mets make are born out of desperation or
Yoenis Cespedes has security. He’s signed through 2020 and I don’t have a problem with his contract. When it comes to the Mets pitching staff the team seems to have different take on this. So far, they haven’t locked up any of their young pitching and soon that could come
(this article was printed last season)
As www.metsblog.com reported Reds all-star third baseman, Todd Frazier is on the trading block. He has a $7.5 million dollar price tag for this year and arbitration after that. The Reds are looking for major league ready talent and I have just the package for
Prior to last night’s Mets’ 4-0 loss to the Pirates at Citi Field, Mets general manager Sandy Alderson announced David Wright could have season-ending neck surgery.
This shouldn’t be surprising. Wright has played through an injury since spring training. It never got better for him. It was hard to believe his
While we're waiting for next week to come. Here's yesterday's show where we talked about Terry Collins, Free Agency, The MLB Draft and the New York Yankees.
Next week we'll giveaway two copies of this game. More on that to come. For now here's some information:
Out of the Park Developments, an
David Wright is on his way to the disabled list. This comes after he was diagnosed with a herniated disk in his neck late last night.
This isn’t news. It shouldn’t be. Not when he missed the past five games with neck issues.
He has been playing in pain all season,