Category: 2010 Mets Evaluations
2010 Analysis: Jason Bay

2010 Analysis: Jason Bay

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So I thought I was finished with the evaluations, then realized that I somehow missed Jason Bay. Most likely it was because he didn't appear on the official 40-man roster when ...

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2010 Analysis: Angel Pagan

2010 Analysis: Angel Pagan

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If not for R.A. Dickey, Angel Pagan would be the Mets’ runaway team MVP. Miraculously, Gary Matthews Jr. and not Angel Pagan was the 2010 Opening Day centerfielder. Think ...

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2010 Analysis: Jesus Feliciano

2010 Analysis: Jesus Feliciano

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Through 13 minor league seasons, all Jesus Feliciano did was hit, hit, and hit some more, posting a career .285 batting average while playing solid outfield defense. However, ...

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2010 Analysis: Nick Evans

2010 Analysis: Nick Evans

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How do we evaluate a player who had only 37 plate appearances at the Major League level? A difficult, if not impossible task. Evans fought his way back to the bigs after a ...

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2010 Analysis: Lucas Duda

2010 Analysis: Lucas Duda

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On the same day the Mets traded Jeff Francoeur, the Mets also announced the promotion of Lucas Duda, who jumped from AA to AAA and hit a combined .304 with a .398 OBP, .967 OPS, ...

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