Re: Yes or No: mets make a trade this week?
- From: Super T <supert@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 17:18:33 -0800
On Mon, 25 Jul 2005 11:56:49 -0400, Harlan Lachman
>In article <Y0ZEe.1924$sf6.759@xxxxxxxx>, "Glassman" <jksinrod@xxxxxxx>
>> "Felipe Garcia" <fgarci24@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > reading this group, you get the feeling all their minor leaguers are
>> > HOF.
>> > reading the papers, you get the feeling the mets have no prospects other
>> > teams want.
>> Cameron & Glavine gone.........
>I hope so if we get value for them. Both are good players who could
>bring a championship to a real contender. Both could help us back into
>the wild card.
>But if we could get a promising catcher for the next 5 - 10 years, a
>solid first baseman, a real closer, or a younger starter with promise, I
>think it would be a good trade for the Mets.
>Wild card and an early exit is not where the Mets need to be. If they
>can start to address weaknesses and improve each year. . . .
Exactly! The Mets in all likelyhood are headed for a 81-85 win
season, which is a 10-14 game improvement from last season.
By next season the Mets should look to replace their remaining holes
(C, 1B, 2B, SP, RP) and with David Wright and Jose Reyes having
another years experience under their belts, the team should really
start to be competitive again NEXT season.
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