This Week in the Mets Offseason: Jed Lowrie and What’s Next

Boy oh boy, Brodie had a trick up his sleeve after all. It seemed like the Mets were essentially finished this offseason besides maybe a few minor league signings, a reliever, and a backup shortstop. In my past articles, I had been clamoring for a backup shortstop that was more of an offensive player that […]

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January 14, 2019

A Look at the 2019 Mets Current Depth Chart

This past weekend Brodie Van Wagenen made some moves that won’t excite the fan base, but they are moves that will help the major league roster, should anyone get injured throughout the season. From 2015 through last season the biggest flaws of Sandy Alderson’s rosters were that the backup plans were, well, non-existent. In 2015 […]

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January 9, 2019

This Week in the Mets Offseason: Keon Broxton and What it Means

My plan for this week’s article was to deeply discuss the benefits Marwin Gonzalez and AJ Pollock would bring to the Mets if the team was able to sign one of them. However, earlier today the Mets completed a trade with the Milwaukee Brewers to acquire outfielder Keon Broxton in exchange for reliever Bobby Wahl […]

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January 5, 2019

This Week in the Mets Offseason: Christmas Edition

The MLB offseason will cool off from now until the New Year as free agents and team executives will spend this next week relaxing with their families. However, with Christmas time upon us, I can’t help myself from thinking about what players I think the Mets should acquire before the start of Spring Training. As […]

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December 24, 2018

This Week in the Mets Offseason: Wilson Ramos, Jeurys Familia and What’s Next

The Winter Meetings have come and gone, and while not a lot of tangible results were made at the Winter Meetings by Brodie Van Wagenen and the Mets they did make one move, while laying the groundwork for others. Last week, I predicted the Mets would be much more active in signing players at the […]

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December 18, 2018

This Week in the Mets Offseason: What to expect from the Winter Meetings

It has been a while since we have discussed the Mets, so let’s just do a quick roundup of what we have missed since we last talked about the orange and blue. First, the Mets hired Brodie Van Wagenen to be their new General Manager. This was an outside of the box hire for the […]

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December 9, 2018

How the 2019 Mets Have to Handle Their Veterans

Settle in, this is a LONG article with a lot of great information for you to take in. Second Half Recap In the second half of this 2018 campaign, the New York Mets have found ways to win by scoring enough to back up their elite starting pitchers. Although the Mets have essentially been out […]

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September 23, 2018

The 2019 Mets: A Defensive-Minded Team

The last time I wrote about the Mets I laid out the three options the Mets would have this offseason to build a team going into the 2019 season. They could go all out and get a few big guns headed by Manny Machado, spend a good amount by still getting Machado, but not much else […]

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August 22, 2018

This Week in the Mets Season: How the team should handle the Offseason

This week I’m going to outline a few ways the Mets can attack this offseason. To start, I would fire EVERYONE, besides pitching coach, Dave Eiland and the hitting coach, Pat Roessler. It is time to bring in a new regime. Although Sandy Alderson brought this team out of their deep slump as an embarrassing […]

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July 23, 2018

This Week in the Mets Season: It is time to sell

Since the last time we discussed the Mets season, nothing has changed. Well, actually things have gotten worse. Since my last article they have gone 4-10 and have lost, underperforming veterans, Jay Bruce and Jason Vargas to the disabled list. For the second consecutive season, the Mets have had a team that should compete throughout […]

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June 25, 2018