Mike Pelfrey

Mike Pelfrey: On the trading block?

March 24, 2012 // 0 Comments

CBS Sports baseball insider Jon Heyman Tweeted today that the Mets would like to trade Mike Pelfrey. However, he also calls it a “tough market” for the 28 year-old righty. This may be due to Pelfrey’s $5.6 million salary the Mets gave him, avoiding arbitration this winter. Heyman [...]

2012 Season Preview: Starting Rotation

March 18, 2012 // 0 Comments

The starting rotation, as you know, can make or break a season. In order to win, you need a solid number one at the top, along with depth, depth, and more depth. The 2012 Mets rotation, once again, is filled with unknowns. There are veterans looking to prove that they still belong, as well as [...]

What would the rotation look like without Johan?

February 11, 2012 // 0 Comments

Johan Santana has been throwing down in Port St. Lucie, according to the Mets Twitter feed. He has apparently been making strides and there’s a chance he could be the Opening Day starter. However, we all know what can happen in spring training. Last year, Adam Wainwright got hurt in the first [...]

Pelfrey… gets a raise?

January 17, 2012 // 1 Comment

As the Mets agreed to contracts to avoid arbitration with three players for relatively reasonable amounts today, Mike Pelfrey‘s contract really stood out. Pelfrey, 28, went 7-13 with a 4.74 ERA this season in arguably the worst season of his career. Last year, Pelf made just $3.925 million [...]

If I were GM: My offseason plan for the New York Mets

October 31, 2011 // 3 Comments

NOTE: This plan is without Jose Reyes. I would like to have Jose Reyes back, but here I will be looking at an alternative: life without Jose. First, let’s start with the players with guaranteed contracts for next season: Johan Santana    $24MM Jason Bay              $18.3MM [...]

The offseason to-do list (pt. 2)

October 8, 2011 // 2 Comments

Here is my continuation of the offseason to-do list… (To see part one, click here) 4. Shop Lucas Duda With Daniel Murphy and Ike Davis coming back next year, the Mets don’t have much room for Duda. Yes, he can play right field, but if the Mets want to make a move for a first [...]

2011: The season in review

October 2, 2011 // 0 Comments

The Mets ushered out the 2011 season in an afternoon win against the Reds on Tuesday. They finished up with a 77-85 record, “earning” them fourth place in the NL East, worse than what was expected by most at the beginning of the year. Today, we’ll look into the big headlines of [...]
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