MLB Rumors: New York Mets

How bright is Dilson Herrera's future? 

September, 2, 2014
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Dilson Herrera slugged his first major league home run on Monday in just his fourth game since being recalled from Double-A Binghamton, and helped change the complexion of a game the New York Mets went on to win.

The Mets insisted on getting the 20-year-old Columbian in last summer's deal with Pittsburgh that sent Marlon Byrd the Pirates' way, and he's done nothing but hit at each stop this season: .307/.355/.410 in the first half with St. Lucie, and .340 with 10 home runs, 48 RBI and nine steals in 241 at-bats at Binghamton.

How bright is the future for the young infielder?
Just yesterday, New York Mets general manager told Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com that the team may way until rosters expand in September before promoting hot-hitting Triple-A outfielder Matt den Dekker, but a new report on Thursday indicates that may not be the case.

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When Dillon Gee (strained lat) returns from the disabled list, someone in the New York Mets rotation will have to move to the bullpen. Who will it be?

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Bay to hang it up? 

January, 12, 2014
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After 11 seasons, five major league teams and 222 home runs, it looks as though the career of outfielder Jason Bay has come to an end. Bay hit .204 in 68 games with the Seattle Mariners in 2013.

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Davis to stay with the Mets? 

January, 10, 2014
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For much of baseball's offseason, the New York Mets have been seeking a solution to their first base logjam. Most of the rumored potential fixes have involved a trade that would send Ike Davis packing, with Lucas Duda remaining in Flushing as the everyday starter.

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Thursday Roundup: L.A. talking extensions 

January, 9, 2014
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Now that manager Don Mattingly has received his long-awaited contract extension, the Los Angeles Dodgers are reportedly looking to do the same for shortstop Hanley Ramirez.

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Parnell ready to close 

January, 9, 2014
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After a September surgery to repair a herniated disk in his neck, New York Mets reliever Bobby Parnell was optimistic that he'd be able to close for the team in 2014. After a recent follow-up exam, his doctor now shares that optimism.

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Monday Roundup: Mattingly deal near? 

January, 6, 2014
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Don Mattingly has made no secret of his desire to land a contract extension after leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to an NL West title and a trip to the League Championship Series. With spring training about six weeks away, that may soon be happening.

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Mets won't overpay for Drew 

January, 6, 2014
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The New York Mets may be interested in free agent shortstop Stephen Drew, but are reluctant to offer more than a one-year deal, reports Andy Martino of the New York Daily News.

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UPDATE: On Friday, another team emerged as an option for free agent 1B/DH Kendrys Morales.

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Down to two for Drew? 

December, 30, 2013
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The free agent market has been unkind to those players who were tendered qualifying offers by their 2013 teams, as many have found few takers thus far this offseason. One such "unlucky" free agent has been shortstop Stephen Drew, who can't seem to generate much interest at his asking price.

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Monday Roundup: Thome's future 

December, 23, 2013
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Calling it quits is rarely an easy thing to do for a professional baseball player, especially one that loves the game as much as Jim Thome. The owner of 612 career owners admitted as much on Monday morning, saying in an interview on MLB Network that he could play again if some team gives him a shot.

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Kendrys Morales at a discount? 

December, 23, 2013
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Among the free agents still looking for work is first baseman/DH Kendrys Morales, who posted solid numbers for the Seattle Mariners last season (.277/.336/449 with 23 homers), but has seen his market hampered by draft pick compensation.

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Mets listening on Drew? 

December, 23, 2013
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The free agent game of musical chairs has left shortstop Stephen Drew and first baseman Kendrys Morales still standing a few days before Christmas. ESPN.com's Jerry Crasnick reported over the weekend that agent Scott Boras responded by trying to "engage” the New York Mets regarding both of his clients.

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Drew torn between two rivals 

December, 22, 2013
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Where will free agent shortstop Stephen Drew end up signing for 2014? In an interview with WEEI Radio in Boston, manager John Farrell stated that he's still hoping that the answer to that question is the Boston Red Sox.

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