Are New York Mets Shopping the Wrong First Baseman?
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Ever since the MLB offseason officially got underway, the New York Mets have been trying to trade away first baseman Ike Davis.  At first there were at least a handful of potential trade partners, but now the number of viable […]

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Curtis Granderson New York Mets

How long will New York Mets manager Terry Collins keep having Curtis Granderson batting cleanup in the Mets’ lineup? I’m not going to go as far as to say the Mets should bench him, but they need to move him […]

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Ike Davis

Whether you agree with the New York Mets trading Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates or not, it was a move that they had to make for the betterment of the ball club and the players involved. General manager Sandy Alderson spent […]

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David Wright

It’s no secret that New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson has favored an organization-wide hitting philosophy since he took over prior to the 2011 season. The approach advocates selectivity at the plate, not necessarily to draw walks, but to […]

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Scott Rice

The New York Mets suddenly have a L.O.O.G.Y. problem. L.O.O.G.Y., for the uninitiated, stands for Left-handed One-Out GuY. It refers to those left-handed relief pitchers that every team has: They come in for one left-handed batter, get one out, then […]

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Dillon Gee

The New York Mets made an unorthodox decision during Thursday afternoon’s game against the Arizona Diamondbacks. They lifted starting pitcher Dillon Gee after seven innings of work. He had surrendered only three hits, he hadn’t walked any batters, and he […]

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Ike Davis Mets

More than two weeks into the season, and the New York Mets still haven’t solved their logjam at first base, with three different players splitting time there. It may be fair to give both Lucas Duda and Ike Davis the […]

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Juan Lagares Mets

After being the team’s best player during the first two weeks of the season, the New York Mets suffered a tough blow when outfielder Juan Lagares left Monday’s game with a hamstring injury that has landed him on the DL. […]

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Ike Davis

Outfielder Chris Young is on track to return to New York Mets when they begin their next homestand against the Atlanta Braves on Friday. He seems to be fully recovered from the quad strain that landed him on the disabled […]

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Going into Sunday, the New York Mets actually had a chance of winning their weekend series against the Los Angeles Angels. With Bartolo Colon taking the mound after coming off of a great seven-inning performance, the Mets chances looked good — until the game […]

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