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Five players the New York Mets should pursue

Nelson Cruz and Lucas Duda would be a scary power duo in the Mets lineup.

Alexei Ramirez would give the Mets great defense at shortstop, while adding a solid righty bat to the lineup. The New York Mets are entering their most promising offseason in years. David Wright has finally elected to get his shoulder fixed, Juan Lagares just won his first Gold Glove Award in center field and Lucas Duda is an emerging star in the More...

by Paul West | Published 6 months ago

Josh Reddick's athleticism, power and stellar outfield defense would be a great fit for the Mets.
By Paul West On Sunday, October 5th, 2014
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Mets should consider pursuing Josh Reddick

Josh Reddick’s athleticism, power and stellar outfield defense would be a great fit for the Mets. After the 2013 season, the New York Mets seemed like a team on the verge of breaking through. Unfortunately, More...

Promoting Matt denDekker is worth a shot as the Mets look for an answer in left field.
By Paul West On Saturday, August 2nd, 2014
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Matt den Dekker could be left-field solution for Mets

Promoting Matt den Dekker is worth a shot as the Mets look for an answer in left field. As the Mets continue to creep back into contention, their recent success has been fueled by unexpected sources. Captain David More...

Troy Tulowitzki could make the Mets an immediate contender.
By Paul West On Saturday, July 26th, 2014
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Mets at the deadline: Tulo or CarGo?

Troy Tulowitzki could be just what the New York Mets need to get over the hump. Less than a week from the trade deadline, the Mets continue to hang around and the NL East continues to look shaky. Speculation on More...

A newfangled approach and the power of belief have the Mets turning heads as they wave their towels.
By Paul West On Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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Mets’ new-look offense fuels resurgence

A newfangled approach and the power of belief have the Mets turning heads as they wave their towels. After an 8-2 homestand in which they went 6-1 against the Braves and Marlins, the New York Mets go into the All More...

Injuries most likely prevented Ken Griffey, Jr., from appearing in the top 10. (Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)
By Mike Viso On Sunday, July 13th, 2014
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Baseball greats who returned home

Griffey returned home as well, who else did in MLB? In case you were studying with Buddhist Monks or in a coma — which I’m sure some of this would have seeped into your subconscious — LeBron James was a free More...


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