This article written yesterday on “JPWNsports” talks about the Mets offense, and how it could be improved. He explains why the front office is doing it’s “due diligence”. Interesting opinions…. Read the whole article below.
The Mets are a winning team. After late June swoon where they managed to dip one game under .500, the Mets have managed to float above the water since, and currently sport a 51-48 record. The front office has recently made moves that could pay dividends, such as calling up Michael Conforto (coincidentally called up the same day I posted about making a case not to) and adding Kelly Johnson and Juan Uribe through trades. The front office is doing its due diligence.
Here’s the thing – the world knows about the pieces we need. What about the pieces we already have? What about the in-house future, rather than the future as a whole? The young stud arms in the rotation aren’t going anywhere, and they’re tied until 2018 at the very least. Bullpen arms used to be a problem, but now they’re locked and loaded.
The bats however, are…
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