Definitely. This would be a great development for Amazin' Avenue, and will help our readers to better familiarize themselves with our farm system and its players, by engaging in threads with others.
Maybe. It's definitely worth a shot, and maybe this idea could catch on with the readers here. It could be a fun way to get to know the farm system better by engaging in commentary about the games.
Doubtful. While the idea might sound good in theory, it just doesn't have the interest needed to make for a worthwhile gamethread. I'll just follow the minor league reports in the morning posted on the front page, instead.
Who cares!? I'll just stick to the regular Mets gamethreads, and let the minors take care of itself. All that matters is that the prospects produce, and that they produce in the bigs once they get here.
Other. (list your stance on this now, not 3 days from now.)
Mets GM Omar Minaya suggested Thursday that 20-year-old Ruben Tejada could open the 2010 season as the Mets' starting shortstop. The Panama native hit .289 with five homers and 46 RBI in 488 at-bats with Double-A Binghamton last season and told the New York Daily News that he won't be overwhelmed by the bright lights of the big leagues. "It's baseball," Tejada said. "Everywhere I play the game normal. I'm ready for everything." Alex Cora is another option to fill in for injured starter Jose Reyes, but Mets manager Jerry Manuel seems keen on giving the rookie a shot.