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Mets 360 Oct 16, 2014

Mets360 2014 Projection Review: Bartolo Colon

Next up in our projection review series, let‘s look back at the surprisingly fine season turned in by Bartolo Colon. When Colon signed on in the off-season, he was counted on to replace a good chunk of the pitching production…Read more →Related Posts:Mets360 2014 projection review: Curtis GrandersonMets360 2014 projection review: Chris YoungMets360 Projection Review: Travis d’ArnaudMets360 2014 Projection Review: Juan LagaresMets360 2014 projection review: David Wright
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 2, 2014
Mets season review grades: Did Bartolo Colon live up to the contract?

Mets season review grades: Did Bartolo Colon live up to the contract?

When the Mets signed Bartolo Colon to a two-year, $20 million contract this winter they were getting a 40-year-old pitcher coming off one of the best seasons in his career in Oakland. Was this buying high or finding value in a reliable starter for a rotation now short of Matt Harvey.
Newark Star-Ledger Oct 2, 2014

4 reasons Mets should trade Bartolo Colon

The Mets are faced with an obvious conundrum this offseason. They will have six starters for five rotation spots heading into next season. It means that they'll likely have to make a move to pare down the number of pitchers. One obvious candidate to be traded is Bartolo Colon.
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 30, 2014
Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon and wife become United States citizens

Mets pitcher Bartolo Colon and wife become United States citizens

Colon is from the Dominican Republic and has pitched for an organization since 1994.

Colon, wife become U.S. citizens

NEW YORK -- Bartolo Colon's season ended with more than 15 wins and crossing the 200-inning threshold. The 40-year-old right-hander also became a U.S. citizen, according to Katie Tichacek, a public affairs officer for the Office of the Citizenship and Immigration Services. The ceremony with Colon and his wife Paula took place on Saturday, the day before Colon won the season finale at Citi Field. Colon lives in New Jersey. A double header for Bartolo Colon & wife Paula: US citizenship and a 15th win for the #mets !
New York Post Sep 29, 2014
Colon sizzles, makes case to stay with Mets

Colon sizzles, makes case to stay with Mets

Bartolo Colon had one last solid performance remaining in his right arm for 2014. With the veteran right-hander in control over six innings, the Mets concluded their season with an...
Newark Star-Ledger Sep 28, 2014

What Mets 8-3 win over Astros means: The season's over

Bartolo Colon allowed three runs in six innings. He heads into the offseason as possible trade bait for the Mets.
Mets 360 Sep 28, 2014

Game Chatter: Nick Tropeano vs. Bartolo Colon (9/28/14)

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MetsBlog Sep 24, 2014

Bartolo Colon knows he messed up by not covering 1B

In the fifth inning last night, Lucas Duda made a terrific stop on a ground ball hit to his right, but Bartolo Colon was late to cover first base. Nationals 1B Adam LaRoche then hit a tie-breaking, three-run home run. “It was a big mistake because I was assuming the ball was going to go through,” […]

Colon laments not covering first

WASHINGTON -- Bartolo Colon called his failure to cover first base the fatal mistake in the Mets' 4-2 loss to the Washington Nationals. Lucas Duda dived to his right and snared Kevin Frandsen's leadoff grounder in the bottom of the fifth, but Colon was late covering first base and Frandsen was credited with an infield single. Adam LaRoche ultimately launched a tiebreaking three-run homer with two outs in that frame. "That was the key of the game," Colon said through an interpreter.
Mets 360 Sep 23, 2014

Game Chatter: Bartolo Colon vs. Tanner Roark (9/23/14)

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Morning Briefing: Season's final week

ATLANTA FIRST PITCH: The season is rapidly winding down. After an off-day Monday, six games remain. Three at D.C. Then three at home against the Houston Astros. Bartolo Colon, who aims to reach 200 innings this season, opposes right-hander Tanner Roark (14-10, 2.85 ERA) on Tuesday at 7:05 p.m. at Nationals Park. Colon (14-12, 4.02) is at 190 1/3 innings. He also will start the season finale Sunday. Monday’s news reports: • In what may have been his final 2014 start, with team brass considering imposing an innings cap, Jacob deGrom limited Atlanta to two runs (one earned) in six...

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