11:12 AM EST, Wed January 28, 2015

Fantasy Update

2 hours ago
Rotoworld
Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports that the Mets aren't close to trading Dillon Gee.
20 hours ago
KFFL
New York Mets SP Dillon Gee, or any of their other excess starters, aren't close ...
MetsBlog 1 hour ago

Mets still not close to a deal for Gee

The Mets are still not close to trading away Dillon Gee, Jon Niese or Bartolo Colon (DiComo, Jan. 28). Sandy Alderson has reportedly been looking to deal a starting pitcher in order to re-open a spot in the …
Rotoworld 2 hours ago

Mets not close to trading Dillon Gee - Dillon Gee (S) New York Mets

Anthony DiComo of MLB.com reports that the Mets aren't close to trading Dillon Gee.
KFFL 20 hours ago

Mets | NY not close to trading Dillon Gee

New York Mets SP Dillon Gee, or any of their other excess starters, aren't close ...
Mets 360 Jan 27, 2015

Can Michael Cuddyer really help the Mets?

When you run a baseball team in the biggest market in the world and your budget in 2015 is 19th in the sport, it’s a little insulting to the fanbase to shell out nearly 1/10th of that budget to a…Read more →Related Posts:BREAKING: Mets sign OF Michael CuddyerIs Terry Collins’ projected 2015 lineup playoff bound?How to read minor league stats (Fun with park factors!)Batman, was signing Michael Cuddyer a Dumb and Dumber move?Mets360 2014 projections: Dillon Gee
MetsBlog Jan 22, 2015

Market for James Shields has stalled, impacting market for Gee

The Mets are still looking trade a starting pitcher, most likely Dillon Gee, but may first need to wait for free-agent RHP James Shields to be off the market (Sherman, Jan. 13). Meanwhile, the market for Shields …
Mets 360 Jan 21, 2015

Comparing the 2012 Nationals to the potential 2015 Mets

Mets fans are one of a kind. They range from super optimistic to overwhelmingly pessimistic and with recent signing news, most of the fan base is firmly in the land of pessimism. This signing, of course, is the $210 million…Read more →Related Posts:Predicting the NL East standingsDoes the Mets’ bullpen get a bad rap?Can the Mets compete with the Nationals this season?Game Chatter 3/31/14: Dillon Gee vs. Stephen StrasburgThree reasons the 2014 Mets can make the playoffs
MetsBlog Jan 20, 2015

The Giants and Rockies look like Alderson’s best fit for Gee

Matthew Cerrone: At this point, I think the Rockies and Giants are Sandy Alderson’s best bet for trading Dillon Gee. In the event a deal goes down, he can expect to get back a back-end bullpen arm at best, …
MetsBlog Jan 18, 2015

Latest on the trade market for Dillon Gee

The Mets expect to trade a pitcher, most likely Dillon Gee, at some point in the next 7-10 days, though they may first need to wait for RHP James Shields to be off the free-agent market (Sherman, Jan. …
KFFL Jan 17, 2015

Mets | Dillon Gee drawing interest

Three or four teams reportedly remain interested in trading for New York Mets SP Dillon ...
New York Post Jan 16, 2015

Multiple teams pursuing Mets’ Dillon Gee

One order of Dillon Gee to go could be the extent of the Mets’ remaining offseason moves. According to industry sources, three to four teams remain interested in Gee, whom...

Mets agree with Gee, Tejada; minor league suspended

The Mets agreed to deals with starter Dillon Gee and shortstop Ruben Tejada, avoiding arbitration, according to sources. The Mets exchanged figures but still have not reached agreements with Lucas Duda, Daniel Murphy and Jenrry Mejia, as there was a …
Newark Star-Ledger Jan 16, 2015
MLB hot stove: Mets avoid arbitration with Dillon Gee and Ruben Tejada, settle on deals for 2015

MLB hot stove: Mets avoid arbitration with Dillon Gee and Ruben Tejada, settle on deals for 2015

Gee, 28, made $3.625 million in 2014 and was a second-year arbitration-eligible player. After starting on Opening Day, Gee suffered an injury in May that was a turning point in his season. He finished the year 7-8 with a 4.00 ERA.
MetsBlog Jan 16, 2015

Gee, Mets avoid arbitration

Dillon Gee and the Mets have avoided arbitration, signing a one-year, $5.3 million deal (Rubin, Jan. 16). According to projections by Matt Swartz of MLB Trade Rumors, Gee expected to earn around $5 million. Recently, the Mets were …

Mets settle with Gee, Tejada; 2-3 unresolved

NEW YORK -- On the day salary demands for upcoming arbitration hearings needed to be exchanged, the Mets settled with two players, sources told ESPNNewYork.com. Dillon Gee, whether he is with the Mets or traded, will earn $5.3 million in 2015. Ruben Tejada has settled for $1.88 million. Bobby Parnell previously had settled for $3.7 million, the same salary as last season. Jenrry Mejia and Lucas Duda have not yet settled and have exchanged salary requests at 1 p.
KFFL Jan 16, 2015

Mets | Dillon Gee avoids arbitration

New York Mets SP Dillon Gee avoided arbitration by signing a one-year, $5.3 million deal ...

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