It’s season preview time! Each Saturday I will analyze each position, lookinHpog at the quality, as well as the depth of the Met roster, and how players at each position could perform this season. Enjoy. 2012 will be one that will make or break the career of the guy manning the hot corner in Queens. David Wright will need to… Read more →
Welcome to the fifth installment of the UpAlongFirst.com official prospect list. Here is number four. 4. Jeurys Familia- P HEIGHT: 6’3” WEIGHT: 185 THROWS: R BATS: R BORN: 10/10/1989 COLLEGE: none ACQUIRED: Signed as IFA in July of 2007 Familia has not quite been the picture of consistency when it comes to mechanics in his career. However, much like Zack… Read more →
Welcome to the fourth installment of the UpAlongFirst.com official prospect list. Here are numbers five and six. 5. Jenrry Mejia- P HEIGHT: 6’0 WEIGHT: 205 THROWS: R BATS: R BORN: 10/11/1989 COLLEGE: none ACQUIRED: Signed as IFA in April of 2007 Despite enough big league experience to no longer be called a rookie, I still have to put Mejia on… Read more →
I just wanted to point this out…. (Click Each Picture for better look) To see the list put together by Jonathan Mayo on MLB.com, click here. Next prospect post on this website will be Wednesday at 2 p.m.
Welcome to the third installment of the UpAlongFirst.com official prospect list. Here are numbers seven and eight. 7. Reese Havens- INF HEIGHT: 6’1” WEIGHT: 195 THROWS: R BATS: L BORN: 10/20/1986 COLLEGE: University of South Carolina ACQUIRED: 22nd pick (1st round) of 2008 Draft It has always been about injuries for Havens. Ever since being drafted out of South Carolina,… Read more →
(Sorry for the delay in posting this.) It’s season preview time! Each Saturday I will analyze each position, lookinHpog at the quality, as well as the depth of the Met roster, and how players at each position could perform this season. Enjoy. Ruben Tejada has some huge shoes to fill this year. After “The Traitor,” “The Benedict Arnold of Baseball,”… Read more →
Matthew Cerrone answered this question on MetsBlog a day or two ago. For those of you who don’t know what a Fan Fest is (probably because the Mets don’t have them) it is basically a big ticket promotion. It often attracts huge crowds (San Francisco attracted 36,000 people) and is a great experience for fans. They can seek player autographs… Read more →
After months and months of negotiations, hopelessness, and calls by fans to sell the team, it appears the Wilpons are nearing the end of their campaign to raise $200 million to keep the franchise from going under. Today,it was reported by the New York Times that SNY and Time Warner Cable are buying four $20 million minority stakes in the… Read more →