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MetsBlog Nov 24, 2014

Late-November hunch on where the Mets end up at SS

Matthew Cerrone: In the end, I still think Sandy Alderson will end up trading Dillon Gee or Jon Niese and Rafael Montero to Seattle for shortstop Chris Taylor or Brad Miller. At which point, the Mets could trade Daniel Murphy…
MetsBlog Nov 20, 2014

Mets may be underestimating impact of Niese’s shoulder

Sandy Alderson acknowledged Tuesday that he has an excess of starting pitchers. The Mets may be looking to trade Jon Niese, Dillon Gee or Bartolo Colon to upgrade at shortstop, according to multiple reports. Unfortunately for Alderson, teams appear …
Mets 360 Nov 20, 2014

Which starting pitcher on the block is most likely to go?

As the New York Mets continue to figure out their trading options this offseason, one position has become abundantly full. After the emergence of the newly crowned Rookie of the Year, Jacob deGrom, the New York Mets have a starting…Read more →Related Posts:Keeping Bartolo Colon might be the best moveWho is right for Opening Day?Five moves the Mets should make this seasonHow 2014 has affected the Mets’ 2015 starting rotationDillon Gee appears to be the Mets’ odd man out

Mets prefer trading pitcher before camp

Colon Gee Niese NEW YORK -- Sandy Alderson acknowledged Tuesday that the Mets prefer to trade one of their excess starting pitchers -- Jonathon Niese, Dillon Gee or Bartolo Colon -- before spring training. The reasoning? "Spring-training trades don't happen frequently," Alderson said. With Matt Harvey returning from Tommy John surgery and Zack Wheeler and Jacob deGrom locked into rotation spots, the Mets have six incumbent starting pitchers.
MetsBlog Nov 17, 2014

Gee, Niese and Colon are not very popular these days

Jon Niese, Dillon Gee and Bartolo Colon are not drawing a lot of interest in the trade market, according to reporter Mike Puma (NY Post, Nov. 17).   Matthew Cerrone: Teams are skeptical of Niese’s shoulder, which they expect will …
MetsBlog Nov 14, 2014

Alexei Ramirez Isn’t an Upgrade Over Wilmer Flores

The Mets are among teams that have contacted the White Sox about trading for SS Alexei Ramirez (Levine, Nov. 6). In a deal for Ramirez this winter, the Mets would prefer to trade Dillon Gee and, say, Rafael …
Mets 360 Oct 31, 2014

Dillon Gee appears to be the Mets’ odd man out

Mets fans are already anticipating the return of Matt Harvey on Opening Day 2015.  The rising star pitcher is through his rehabilitation from Tommy John surgery and set to lead the pitching rotation into the next great era of Mets…Read more →Related Posts:Jacob deGrom and his future roleHow 2014 has affected the Mets’ 2015 starting rotationThe curious case of Jon NieseMets miss boat not trading Bartolo ColonWould the Mets’ offseason been different if Matt…

Without action, Mets payroll at $94.1M

NEW YORK -- Now that a team from Pace Law School has estimated the 2015 salaries for arbitration-eligible Mets players, let's take another look at the projected payroll if the Mets did nothing this winter: Guaranteed contracts David Wright $20M ($20M in 2014) Curtis Granderson $16M ($13M) Bartolo Colon $11M ($9M) Jonathon Niese $7M ($5M) Subtotal: $54M Arbitration-eligible players Daniel Murphy $8.1M ($5.7M) Dillon Gee $4.99M ($3.625M) Lucas Duda $4.
MetsBlog Oct 30, 2014

The cost of Dillon Gee, who may get traded this winter

Mets RHP Dillon Gee can expect a $1.3 million raise and a total salary of $4.9 million in 2015, based on calculations by Dan Masi and Jesse Kantor from Pace Law School (ESPN NY, Oct. 29). MLB Trade …

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