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Prospect Watch – Week 15

Welcome back to the Baseball Prospectus Mets Prospect Watch! This weekly column will take a look at one pitcher and one hitter from each level of the Mets organization and offer thoughts on their performance thus far, as well as a brief scouting report with a future outlook. Brooklyn Cyclones (Short-Season-A) Hitter: Nick Meyer The […]

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Game recap August 4: Encouraging signs

The Mets decided against trading one of their best trade chips before the July 31 deadline, insisting Zack Wheeler’s improved performance was for real and he’d be a key cog in 2019. Other organizations reportedly worried the velocity gains weren’t for real and that he would soon regress back to his normal self, but the Mets were […]

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Game recap July 28: A man with many talents

It’s incredibly difficult to reach and succeed as a hitter in the big leagues. It’s also incredibly difficult to reach and succeed as a pitcher in the big leagues. That’s why you rarely, if ever, see a two-way player in baseball anymore (Shohei Ohtani is the exception). It’s not surprising that Jacob deGrom – who’s […]

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Game recap July 21: Nothing’s changed

That the Mets 7-6 loss to the Yankees in the second game of the Subway Series wasn’t even the third biggest team-related story of the day tells you all you need to know about what’s been going on in Flushing this year. News broke late Friday night of an impending trade with the Athletics for […]

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Prospect Watch – Week Twelve

Welcome back to the Baseball Prospectus Mets Prospect Watch! This weekly column will take a look at one pitcher and one hitter from each level of the Mets organization and offer thoughts on their performance thus far, as well as a brief scouting report with a future outlook. Binghamton Rumble Ponies (Double-A) Pitcher: Justin Dunn […]

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Game recap July 14: The new old Zack Wheeler

Mets 7, Nationals 3 The Mets pitching staff continued its streak of dominant outings Saturday, this time behind a 7.2-inning performance from right-hander Zack Wheeler. While the starting rotation has been incredible throughout much of the season, the team has routinely wasted brilliant performances from almost every member of the staff (we’re looking at you, […]

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Prospect Watch: Week Eleven

Welcome back to the Baseball Prospectus Mets Prospect Watch! This weekly column will take a look at one pitcher and one hitter from each level of the Mets organization and offer thoughts on their performance thus far, as well as a brief scouting report with a future outlook. With the trade deadline looming and rumors […]