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Former Red Sox Star Thinks This New York Met May Be Best Ever
Former Red Sox Star Thinks This New York Met May Be Best Ever
When you want to find out who is the best at something, you ask people that are in the same business. You ask people that compete against that person or business. When it comes to great Major League Baseball players, a guy like former Boston Red Sox star, Los Angelas Dodgers' outfielder Mookie Betts is probably a solid reference. Betts dished out some hefty praise on a New York Mets pitcher on Wednesday night and that player had nothing to do with Timmy Trumpet.
New York Mets Bank On Credit Analyst For Bullpen Boost
New York Mets Bank On Credit Analyst For Bullpen Boost
Sometimes baseball truly is a "Field of Dreams." Every once in a while, an unexpected, and to many an unknown, player comes along and does something great for a team in a clutch situation. Sometimes, that player has an All American dream backstory and at the same time, veteran players don't realize that player is even on their roster. That happened to the New York Mets on Sunday.
Is The Next David Wright Ready For New York & The Mets?
Is The Next David Wright Ready For New York & The Mets?
For the past six seasons, New York Mets fans have craved to fill the void at third-base left by their Captain, David Wright. Remember Eric Campbell in 2015 starting at third? Then fan favorite but couldn't fill the hole, Wilmer Flores took the job in 2016-17. Then there was the "Toddfather" Todd Frazier in 2018-19, followed by JD Davis and Jonathan Villar. Now, Eduardo Escobar is doing his best to fill #5's shoes at the hot-corner. He's fine but the Mets need better. Fear not, Blue & Orange faithful, the next David Wright has been blasting his way through the minor leagues on his way to Queens.
New York Mets Addition Gives Beef To Line Up
New York Mets Addition Gives Beef To Line Up
On Friday, the New York Mets traded right-handed relief pitcher Colin Holderman to the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for a former 2019 All Star that will certainly bring some 'pop' and size to the Amazin's designated hitter position. 29 year-old Daniel Vogelbach made his debut for New York on Sunday night on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball. The six-foot, 270 pounder quickly became a fan favorite at Citi Field for his size and his effort.

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