Category: 2009 Mets Evaluations
2009 Analysis: Wilson Valdez

2009 Analysis: Wilson Valdez

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When the backup (Ramon Martinez) to the backup (Alex Cora) went down, the Mets found themselves hunting the scrap yards for a fill-in at shortstop who had Major League skills. ...

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2009 Analysis: Fernando Tatis

2009 Analysis: Fernando Tatis

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It was a wonderful story in 2008 when Fernando Tatis came back from the baseball dead, found his way back to the big leagues, was a key cog for the Mets in the second half of the ...

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2009 Analysis: Jose Reyes

2009 Analysis: Jose Reyes

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Obviously, Jose gets an "incomplete" for the 2009 season. Reyes played in 36 games and was "day to day" for nearly a month before finally being placed on the 15-day disabled ...

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2009 Analysis: Argenis Reyes

2009 Analysis: Argenis Reyes

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In 2008, Argenis Reyes was lauded as someone who was seemingly "in the middle of everything" -- at least, according to the SNY broadcast crew. It was de rigeur to root for Argenis ...

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2009 Analysis: Daniel Murphy

2009 Analysis: Daniel Murphy

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Daniel Murphy tries hard. He plays hard. He works hard. He hustles all the time. He puts the team ahead of himself. He is willing to play anywhere, anytime. He doesn't complain. ...

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2009 Analysis: Ramon Martinez

2009 Analysis: Ramon Martinez

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You may be wondering why we're wasting precious space and bandwidth on Ramon Martinez. Some of you may even be shocked to know we're referring to a nondescript utility infielder ...

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2009 Analysis: Anderson Hernandez

2009 Analysis: Anderson Hernandez

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It's hard to believe that Anderson Hernandez was the Mets' starting second baseman on Opening Day 2006. Harder to believe that his stock sunk so far that he was traded for Luis ...

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2009 Analysis: Nick Evans

2009 Analysis: Nick Evans

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An October 4th article by Ben Shpigel penned the morning before game 162 succinctly summed up Nick Evans' season: Inside the Mets’ clubhouse on Sunday ... Nick Evans was ...

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