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Mets 360 Jan 21, 2015

Mets360 2015 projections: Lucas Duda

This time last year we were shocked we were still having the Lucas Duda or Ike Davis debate. It may have taken two years too long to decide but the good news is that Sandy Alderson held on to the…Read more →Related Posts:Mets360 2014 Projection Review: Lucas Duda And Ike DavisMets360 2013 projections: Ike DavisMets360 2013 projections: David WrightMets360 2015 projections: Travis d’ArnaudMets360 2014 projections: Curtis Granderson
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 18, 2015
Mets' new hitting coach Kevin Long doesn't want hitters' success to be about him

Mets' new hitting coach Kevin Long doesn't want hitters' success to be about him

Kevin Long: "But I don't want it to be Kevin Long found this, this and this, and now Curtis Granderson is going to hit. He's obviously a player who played at a very high level when he was with me and the Yankees. We've done some terrific things with his swing in the past and it elevated his performance. So we'll just try to get back to that."
MetsBlog Jan 18, 2015

Daily News: Granderson swings for education

Curtis Granderson’s Grand Kids foundation is sponsoring an essay contest for Lincoln High this year, in which all 2,500 students wrote essays about their dream to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. >> Read more in the Daily News…
MetsBlog Jan 18, 2015

Kevin Long is excited to work with Granderson, but tempers expectations

In November, the Mets hired Kevin Long to be their hitting coach. Long has a history of working with Mets OF Curtis Granderson when the two were both on the Yankees. However, Long doesn’t want people to immediately assume their …
New York Daily News Jan 16, 2015
Mets' Granderson swings for education

Mets' Granderson swings for education

Why is Curtis Granderson engaged on education issues?
Bless You Boys Jan 7, 2015

Top Tigers countdown #53: Curtis Granderson

While he has struggled to stay productive lately, The Grandy Man had some amazing seasons in Detroit. With a fanbase as passionate and knowledgable as the Tigers', there are going to be many popular players. In any given year, the Tigers may have a half dozen or more players considered "fan favorites." Over the last few years, it seems like the entire starting rotation fit that bill. But then there are fan favorites. Players that are so popular, they could be gone for multiple seasons and still welcomed back with open arms. Curtis Granderson is one of those players. Easily the team's best...
Mets 360 Dec 28, 2014

Curtis Granderson’s success versus lefty pitchers

It’s unusual to see a player make a transformation similar to the one that lefty-swinging Curtis Granderson has undergone in his performance versus lefty pitchers. Early in his career, Granderson experienced limited success versus southpaws. But in the second half…Read more →Related Posts:Ike Davis has been on fire yet Mets still have offensive…Mets360 2014 projection review: Curtis GrandersonBeing stingy with walks fuels Jonathon Niese’s hot…Mets need to overhaul how they handle their lefty hittersThe pros and cons for Jeremy Hefner

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