November 6th, 2016
Here’s a good article from Kristie Ackert of the Daily News talking about how Tom Goodwin is looking at the game of baseball from a different perspective, as the manager of the Arizona Fall League Team that the Mets players that participate play on, the Scottsdale Scorpions.
As his name suggests, Tom Goodwin is a very nice guy, and is fairly underrated and under-appreciated for the work he’s done as the Mets first base coach since he took over for Mookie Wilson in 2012.
Hopefully, after he’s done with the Mets, he becomes a manager with one of the thirty MLB Teams, I believe he’d be a good fit somewhere, maybe even New York after Collins retires.
Yesterday, a blog post appeared on the popular fan site Mets Merized Online entitled “Is a Dickey reunion possible?”
In the article, the author talks about how while Dickey doesn’t have another Cy Young season in him, and that he might retire once the Blue Jays season ends, Dickey is an innings eater, and that with all of the Mets young guns battling some sort of injury, Dickey would be a good option if the Mets don’t re-sign Colon.
But the one true fact that hit close (a little too close after this year) to home was the last sentence of the entry. “You can never have enough pitching.”
Dickey would be a strong 5th or 6th starter in the beginning of the year, and he’d be a great middle man if we can have our five aces in the rotation at the same time. Dickey finished the…
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