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Archive for March, 2008
# Name Position 7 Jose Reyes SS 1 Luis Castillo 2B 5 David Wright 3B 15 Carlos Beltran CF 21 Carlos Delgado 1B 16 Angel Pagan LF 19 Ryan Church RF 23 Brian Schneider C 57 Johan Santana P
Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB 25 Pedro Feliciano L/L 5-10 190 08/25/76 48 Aaron Heilman R/R 6-5 225 11/12/78 33 John Maine R/R 6-4 200 05/08/81 45 Pedro Martinez R/R 5-11 195 10/25/71 34 Mike Pelfrey R/R 6-7 215 01/14/84 46 Oliver Perez L/L 6-3 215 08/15/81 […]
The Mets completed the final fine tuning of the roster yesterday to cut down to 25 men for today’s opening game of the 2008 regular season. Orlando Hernandez, who went back to his trademark high leg kick in Saturday’s preseason finale, was put on the 15-day DL so he can work on his arm strength. […]
Some of you may have noticed that the ticket banner in the right sidebar has changed. This is because I have changed my ticket affiliation to StubHub. I made the change for several reasons but the top two are that StubHub is a more recognizable, trusted name and the the previous ticket vendor weaseled out […]
Ruben Gotay was claimed by the Braves. Let the second guessing begin! The Mets were not able to work out a trade to keep Steven Register so he has been returned to the Rockies.
MLBTradeRumors.com has made their picks for Cy Youngs and MVPs for the 2008 season. Their pick for NL MVP? David Wright!
The reports the other day of Ruben Gotay being waived were premature. He wasn’t waived until this morning. This tells me that the last bench spot will most likely go to Fernando Tatis. The big factor working in Tatis’ favor is his versatility. He is perhaps best known for playing third base but can play […]
Willie Randolph was dissed by the New York Post this morning. The post published it’s 2008 season preview this morning and the cover featured the line “New York’s comeback call to Johan’s Mets and Girardi’s Yankees”. No offense to Johan Santana but Randolph should have been mentioned there if Girardi is mentioned in reference to […]
Moises Alou visited camp yesterday and said he hopes to be playing by the end of April. In related news I saw a pig flying over Manhattan yesterday. But seriously I’d have to agree with Omar Minaya who said that he expects Alou to return in May.
Ken Rosenthal at FoxSports.com lists his managers on the hotseat in 2008. Topping the list is Willie Randolph. This is no surprise given the collapse of 2007.