AAOP: A playoff contender?...How Bout that?

Your 2014 New York Mets!

C: d’Arnaurd .5 million

1B: Morales 12 million

2B: Young, JR 1.9 million

SS: Andrus 6.5 million

3B: Wright 20 million

LF: Crisp 7.5 million

CF: Lagares .5 million

RF: Castellanos .5 million


Tejada 1 million

Satin .5 million

Recker .5 million

Baxter .5 million

Brown .5 million

Starting Rotation:

Neise 5 million

Wheeler .5 million

Gee 3.5 million

Hughes 12 million

Baker/Mejia 2.5 million


Parnell 3.2 million

Feliz 3 million

Blevins 1.5 million

German .5 million

Black .5 million

Familia .6 millon

Atchinson 1.3 million

Total 82 million

Here goes Nothing!

Im not going to waste everyone’s time with reading who I will be tendering and non-tendering. As you read the roster and the transactions, you should be able to realize which players I kept and which I kicked to the curb (cough cough Valderspin) You are not the man right now, or ever again!

Trade 1

Texas: Elvis Andrus and Neftali Feliz for Mets Ike Davis, Wilmer Flores, Rafeal Montero, Gavin Cecchini and Matt Dan Dekker

We get our SS for the future and a reliever with a chance to make him a starter and Texas gets a bunch of ready now guys and young guys and saves money to make their run at one of the big trade chips out there.

Trade 2

Oakland: Coco Crisp and Jerry Blevins for Mets Lucas Duda, Domingo Tapia, Kevin Pawlecki)

Clears some payroll for Oakland and gives them a DH and some prospects.

Trade 3

Detroit: Nick Castellanos for Mets: Daniel Murphey, Brandon Nimmo, Jacob Degrom)

Provides them with a good hitting 2b for right now, prospects SP and OF.

Free Agent Signings:

Kendry Morales 4 years 48 million,

Phil Hughes 2 years 24 million, (3rd yr option 14 million, 3 million buyout)

Scott Baker 1 year 2 million plus incentives


Young JR

How Bout that!?

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