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The Mets outrighted five players off their 40-man roster including Erik Goeddel and Travis Taijeron.
Those around Mickey Callaway saw several qualities in him that got him to where he is today.
Callaway’s fingerprints will remain in Cleveland, especially the pitchers’ usage of the curveball.
With the manager position filled, the organization must now start filling out the rest of the coaching staff and there is no shortage of pitching coaches available.
Asdrubal Cabrera is still hoping that his time with the Mets has not yet reached its conclusion.
It is no secret the Mets’ infield struggled last season, and the organization is considering a reunion with Tim Teufel to help them improve in that area.
Baseball America revealed its rankings of top prospects in the Mets’ organization for 2018 and shortstop Andres Gimenez tops the list.
Around the NL East
Around the Majors
Game 2 did not disappoint with the drama. The Astros managed to even up the series despite some heroics on both sides.
Starting from the 8th inning on, there were quite a few incredible moments that captured the drama of the game.
The legendary Vin Scully returned to Dodger Stadium to help throw out the first pitch of Game 2.
Yesterday at AA
David Capobianco wrote about the players outrighted off the Mets’ roster.
Matt Varvaro believed Kevin Plawecki showed some improvement this past season.
Nathan Gismot reviewed Yoenis Cespedes’s all too brief season.