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Mets 360 Jul 1, 2015

Why Matt Harvey benefits from Steven Matz’ promotion

Steven Matz made his big league debut this past weekend, and he could not have been any better. Matz is considered one of the best pitching prospects in the game, so there is no doubt that he will help the…Read more →Related Posts:A look at the 2015 Mets starting rotationSteven Matz or Noah Syndergaard: Who’s called up…Steven Matz is the final piece for the future rotationGee or Montero, who deserves the fifth spot in the rotation?Should the Mets trade Jon Niese over Dillon Gee?
Newsday Jun 26, 2015

Dillon Gee rocked in first Triple-A start

Dillon Gee showed he could get hit just as hard in Triple-A with Las Vegas as he could in the majors with the Mets.
MetsBlog Jun 26, 2015

Rough inning for Gee in Triple A return

Dillon Gee gave up six runs and seven hits, including two homers, in his return to Triple-A Las Vegas Thursday night. Host Salt Lake scored all the runs against Gee in the fourth inning. Pitching with a 10-0 lead, Gee …
MetsBlog Jun 25, 2015

Dillon Gee will start in Triple-A today

Dillon Gee is scheduled to make his first start for Triple-A Las Vegas on Thursday. Gee cleared waivers earlier this week and accepted the team’s assignment to Triple-A earlier this week. In the event he refused, he could have become …
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 23, 2015

MLB trade rumors: Mets send Dillon Gee to minors because no one wanted to trade for him

The Mets will still pay Gee the remainder of his contract.

Gee outright to AAA

MILWAUKEE — The Mets have outrighted starter Dillon Gee to Class AAA Las Vegas, the team announced Tuesday. The Mets designated Gee for assignment last Monday and were unable to find a trade partner before placing him on waivers. Teams …
MetsBlog Jun 23, 2015

Mets will learn today what’s next for Dillon Gee

The Mets will know today whether Dillon Gee has been claimed by another team off waivers, reports ESPN NY’s Adam Rubin (June 23, 7:00 am). The Mets intend to send Gee to Triple-A Las Vegas if he is …
Newsday Jun 21, 2015

Source: Mets place Dillon Gee on waivers

Dillon Gee's season-long saga took another turn on Sunday when the Mets placed him on outright waivers, a source confirmed.
Newark Star-Ledger Jun 21, 2015

Mets put Dillon Gee on waivers

If he clears waivers, Gee will go to Triple-A.
New York Post Jun 21, 2015

Mets strike out on Gee deal, place him on waivers

ATLANTA — The Mets’ effort to trade Dillon Gee went nowhere over the last week, so the team has placed the right-hander on waivers, an industry source confirmed Sunday. If...
Bless You Boys Jun 17, 2015

Dillon Gee could provide solid innings at low cost for Tigers

The Mets, flush with young, talented starting pitching, recently designated Dillon Gee for assignment. For the Tigers, he could be an upgrade over their young, less-talented starting pitching. The Tigers need starting pitching. Fans watching Shane Greene, Kyle Lobstein, Buck Farmer, and Kyle Ryan know it, and GM Dave Dombrowski evidently knows it too as the team has already scouted Reds starting pitcher Johnny Cueto. While it's unlikely the team acquires a premier starting pitcher until the trade deadline nears, they do have less inspiring options in the meantime. The Mets, a team...
DRaysBay Jun 16, 2015

Dillon Gee is available -- should the Rays be interested?

It probably depends on Jake Odorizzi's oblique. Yesterday, the Mets designated starting pitcher Dillon Gee for assignment. That means that they now have ten days to trade him and his $5.3 million (a bit over $3 million left on it) salary, or release him to whatever team puts in a waiver claim. If no team puts in a claim, he can be sent to triple-A. Should the Rays offer a trade? Should the Rays place a claim if no one above them in the waiver order does? Right now the answer is probably "no." Jake Odorizzi's rehab from an oblique strain is allegedly going well. He caught and threw with...
New York Daily News Jun 16, 2015
Harper: With Gee out, time for Mets to welcome Matz

Harper: With Gee out, time for Mets to welcome Matz

As good as their pitching is, then, the Mets have some issues to sort out, and they took a step toward doing that by cutting Dillon Gee.
Newsday Jun 15, 2015

Mets missing opportunity for prospect Steven Matz to show his stuff

While discussing the difficult removal from the roster of longtime Met Dillon Gee Monday, Sandy Alderson paused for a good 30 seconds mid-sentence.

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