The Mets have been the butt of many jokes the last decade. Their owner got hammered in the Bernie Madoff ponzi scheme and their name right’s owner on their ballpark was one of the architects of the 2008 financial collapse. It’s about time for something to go right in New York.
I actually have a crush on the New York Mets this season. I have been known to fall in love with prospects, especially pitchers, but there’s a lot to like on the Mets. Jacob deGrom and Zack Wheeler showed promise in 2014 and Matt Harvey is set to return from Tommy John surgery. They also have pitcher Noah Syndergaard waiting in Triple-A for a call-up.
The Mets even have defense on their side. Juan Lagares is possibly the most underrated defensive outfielder in the Majors. They also still have David Wright manning the hot corner. Opposing teams will have a low BABIP against the Mets this season.
Here is the 2015 MLB season preview for the New York Mets.
The NL East is expected to be a two horse race with the Nationals and Braves battling for the division. The other teams just hope to be competitive and continue to develop their young talent.
The Mets will be without their ace Matt Harvey this season. They still tried to make the impression they are going for it this year by signing Curtis Granderson and Bartolo Colon. I personally think they should have used that money elsewhere.
Can Granderson still put up big numbers without having the Yankees’ right field short porch to boost his home run total?
Bartolo Colon hasn’t pitched in the National League since he was on the Expos in 2002. Does he still have one more good season left in him?
Here is the 2014 MLB season preview for the New York Mets.
This is fantastic.It’s proof that even diehard New York Mets fans who follow the baseball cannot even recognize their favorite baseball player without his hat. Matt Harvey has thrown less than 20 starts in Major League Baseball, but you would think this would be a slam dunk, right?
I’m guilty of this. It wasn’t in person, but when I saw Wade Boggs without his hat, I didn’t recognize him. Granted, it was on a commercial in which he used a product to regrow his hair. I don’t think it matters, baseball players just look weird without a baseball hat.
‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ has really cranked it up since Fallon was named future host of ‘The Tonight Show’. I hope the show doesn’t change and make the mistake Conan did when he took over the reins. The decision to move ‘The Tonight Show’ back to New York City will help bring new life to the program. NBC will miss having the guests Los Angeles can provide, but they’ll make do with having both its late-night shows based in NYC (I didn’t really count Carson Daly’s show, because only two or three people watch it).
By the way, Matt Harvey will be starting pitcher for the National League team in this week’s MLB All-Star Game.
A pitcher on the New York Mets won a Cy Young in 2012. Unfortunately for Mets fans, he’s no longer on the team. R.A. Dickey was shipped to Toronto for “hopefully” the Mets future franchise catcher, Travis d’Arnaud.
Will the Mets survive without R.A. Dickey anchoring their rotation?
Is the Mets financial woes still occurring or is the team still looking to dump more salary?