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2017 Minor League Spotlight #1: Thomas Szapucki

Thomas Szapucki, the 20-year-old left hander from New Jersey was the Mets fifth round draft pick in the 2015 draft. He offered little in his 2015 season in the minors, logging only 2.1 innings with the GCL Mets at the Rookie-level. He measures around 6’ 2”, 205 lbs. with a

Mets Offseason

I've been keeping up with baseball since the end of the World Series and wanted to talk about the New York Mets offseason. Let's recap. The Mets brought back Neil Walker on a one-year deal since he accepted the qualifying offer. They took Jay Bruce's option for one more year at

Neil Walker Accepts Mets Qualifying Offer

Neil Walker has been locked up for 2017 and will be staying in Flushing. Walker will be set to make $17.2 million dollars and is a much needed bat in the Mets lineup. Yoenis Cespedes, Walker's 2016 teammate predictably declined the qualifying offer and is set to cash in this

RUMORS: Giants to sign one of the three big free agent closers. Rockies interested in Mark Melancon. Brandon Phillips more willing to waive no-trade clause. And more…

It is November and Donald Trump has just been elected President of the United States, but there happen to be a few more things going on in the world. So, if you'd like, take a look below at some of the most recent rumors throughout baseball. 11/08/16 Report: The New York Mets have

Arizona Fall League All-Star Game Recap

The Arizona Fall League features many of the biggest prospects from all 30 MLB teams.  Scouts from all 30 teams were in attendance to see the future of professional baseball take center stage.   The East Lineup (* - Denotes MLB club's #1 prospect according to SS Franklin Barreto (A's)* 2B