Tag: Mets George Springer

Mets 2021 Season (bloomberg.com)
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Mets Moving To Plan B As Springer Goes With The Blue Jays

The Mets romp through the offseason hit a snag when center fielder George Springer signed with Toronto. Plan B is now on the front burner….

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Mets pursuit Of Jackie Bradley Jr. a wise move (The Athletic)
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Mets: With The Heavy Lifting Done Bradley Jr. Is A Better Fit Than Springer

The Mets have about $20 million before reaching the salary cap. Save that money for the trade deadline nixing Springer for Bradley Jr. now. The…

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Mets and Bauer - Yes or no? (NY Post)
Posted in Analysis Trevor Bauer Yankees 2021

On Why The Mets Need To Think Twice – And Then Again About Trevor Bauer

While the Mets desperately need a Number Two behind Jacob deGrom, there are reasons why this year’s Cy Young winner may not be the answer….

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Steve Cohen Has Always Believed In The Mets (NY Post)
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Mets: The Steve Cohen Effect Is Contagious – Next Up Trevor Bauer

Mets: The positive noise surrounding Steve Cohen continues to attract baseball’s prized talent. Following McCann, next up is Trevor Bauer. The full impact of Steve…

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2021 Mets
Posted in Analysis Mets 2021

Steve Cohen: Your Yea-Rah Act Is Wearing Thin – Let’s See Some Action

Steve Cohen has succeeded in creating a buzz within the Mets fan base. But the honeymoon is over, and your constituents want action – now!…

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Mets: Better Days On The Horizon
Posted in Analysis Mets 2021 Mets free agent signings Mets New Era

On Why The Mets Need To Add Now And Subtract As Needed Later

The Mets may never have a chance like this to sign free agent talent. Load up now and trade-off the deadwood (not named Jeff McNeil)…

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Mets: Sorting Out The Outfield Requires Zero Mistake Decisions For 2021

While the Mets outfield is loaded with talent, the key remains in placing their players in positions where they are most likely to succeed. The…

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