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Mets Minors: David Thompson swings heavy lumber in the AFL

With most of the Met world focused on the new manager Mickey Callaway or the optional contracts of Jerry Blevins and Asdrubal Cabrera, the Mets do have a handful of active prospects still playing for Scottsdale. Among them is David…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 22, 2017

The decision to pick up Jerry Blevins’ option

They say a man will gladly pay $2 for a $1 item he needs while a woman will gladly pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn’t need. In Mets-related news, Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reports that New…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 21, 2017

Offseason moves that would benefit the Mets

Hiring a young manager– The Mets are leaving the Terry Collins era, a time when they had the oldest manager in all of baseball, for seven years. While Collins brought the team success in terms of making it to the…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 20, 2017

Time for a change in philosophy

As the Mets front office mind trust carefully considers their next manager and pitching coach they need to look beyond resumes and intangible leadership qualities. Managing and coaching this team will require a keen mind and an adaptive personality. This…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 19, 2017

Poll: What addition should be the Mets’ top offseason priority?

It some ways it feels like the 2011-12 offseason all over again. Too many holes and not enough money earmarked to patch all of them. Of course, the Mets are starting with a little more talent this time around, temporarily…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 18, 2017

Mets360 2017 projection review: Asdrubal Cabrera

Will they or won’t they? That’s the question on Mets fans minds with regard to the next player in our projection review series, Asdrubal Cabrera. The SS/2B/3B has a team option for 2018 worth $8.5 million that, realistically, the team…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 17, 2017

Zack Cozart should be on the Mets radar

After the 2016 season, the Mets pretty much stood pat on their roster with only very minor tweaks. After the unsuccessful 2017, we can be sure there will not be a repeat of the stand pat approach this offseason. The…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 16, 2017

Mets Minors: Kevin Kaczmarski looks to impress in the AFL

It’s the MLB playoffs but for the Mets Minor League blogger is AFL time. The Mets have sent a number of players to Scottsdale to test themselves against “Near MLB” level competition and, without “Top Prospects” ready to compete, it’s…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 15, 2017

Zack Wheeler and his 2018 role with the Mets

After not pitching in the majors since 2014, Zack Wheeler came back to be on the Opening Day roster and made 17 starts in 2017. Heading into Spring Training there was speculation how to proceed with Wheeler, whether he would…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 14, 2017

Travis d’Arnaud, looking over his shoulder

When the Mets traded R.A Dickey on December 17, 2012, the centerpiece in that deal for the Mets was supposed to be catcher Travis d’Arnaud. d’Arnaud, now having four professional seasons under his belt, finds himself at a professional crossroads.…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 13, 2017

Mets360 2017 projection review: Robert Gsellman

Next up in our preseason projection review series is Robert Gsellman. I don’t think many folks expected such a terrible season for the young righty who dazzled in his 2016 audition. In fact, our reader poll back in February overwhelmingly…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 12, 2017

One opinion on who the next Mets manager and pitching coach should be

In 1964, the Mets were terrible. In only their third year of existence, they lost 109 games – actually an improvement over the celebrated 120 losses of 1962 and 111 of 1963 – and finished 40 games out of first…Read more →
Outside Pitch Oct 11, 2017

Brad Ausmus on New York Mets’ radar as managerial search continues

With the Terry Collins era in the rearview mirror, the New York Mets are reaching out to other managerial candidates. Many names have been floated out, from former players such as Alex Cora and Robin Ventura, to former bench coaches in Bob Geren and Chip Hale. Even hitting coach Kevin Long is under consideration. Brad Ausmus is […] The post Brad Ausmus on New York Mets’ radar as managerial search continues appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Mets 360 Oct 11, 2017

A look at the Mets 2018 payroll with MLBTR arbitration numbers

On Tuesday the website MLB Trade Rumors (MLBTR) released their annual arbitration projections. This is the seventh year they’ve done it and while not exact, it gives us an excellent estimate of what players will get if they go through…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 10, 2017

Don’t count Steven Matz out just yet

The 2017 season for Long Island native Steven Matz mirrored that of several other pitchers in the Met’s rotation. Specifically his stats were poor and he was hurt quite a bit. That has lead to some fans getting discouraged about…Read more →
Mets 360 Oct 9, 2017

The Mets and the Pacific Coast League

As a writer, I’ve been covering the New York Mets for a while. Long enough to see the Mets AAA affiliate in Norfolk, New Orleans, Buffalo and Las Vegas but it wasn’t until the Mets were saddled with the Las…Read more →
Bless You Boys Oct 9, 2017
Mets interested in former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus

Mets interested in former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus

The former Tigers manager could end up in Queens. While we all know that the Detroit Tigers are in need of a manager for the 2018 season and beyond, they’re not the only team searching for a new skipper. The New York Mets are another such team after parting ways with Terry Collins. As it turns out, they’re interested in former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus. Jon Heyman of FanRag Sports reported Sunday that the Mets are looking at Ausmus to replace Collins, who retired after the 2017 season. As you know, Ausmus began his managerial career with the Tigers starting in 2014. He managed the...
Mets 360 Oct 8, 2017

How will the Mets handle their starting pitching?

Some people think the Mets have one starting pitcher, a couple of relievers, a shortstop and one, maybe two outfielders. And these same people imagine a big offseason spending spree to fill in the rest. But depending which options are…Read more →
Outside Pitch Oct 8, 2017

David Wright undergoes back surgery, remains hopeful for 2018 return with New York Mets

If 2017 proved anything, it’s that injuries can sabotage even the most promising of seasons. Such was the case with the New York Mets in 2017. The team sustained injuries to several star players and most of their starting rotation as they sputtered to a 70-92 record. No player understands the frustration of injuries more […] The post David Wright undergoes back surgery, remains hopeful for 2018 return with New York Mets appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.
Outside Pitch Oct 8, 2017

New York Mets overhaul coaching staff after dismal 2017 season

The New York Mets limped to the end of a bleak season with a shutout loss to the Philadelphia Phillies last Sunday. That 11-0 defeat gave the Mets a 72-90 record and a fourth place finish in the NL East. In a season besieged by injuries and underachieving performances, change seemed inevitable. Those changes arrived […] The post New York Mets overhaul coaching staff after dismal 2017 season appeared first on OutsidePitchMLB.

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