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MLB Team Profiles: New York Mets
Wednesday, May 10, 2006
New York Mets

2005 Record: .512 (83-79), 4th place in NL East

2004 Record: .438 (71-91)

Who’s Out: Marlon Anderson (2B), Miguel Cairo (2B), Roberto Hernandez (P), Braden Looper (P), Doug Mientkiewitcz (1B), Mike Piazza (C), Kris Benson (P), Mike Cameron (OF), Mike Jacobs (1B), Jae Seo (P)

Who’s In: Chad Bradford (P), Julio Franco (1B), Jose Lima (P), Jose Valentin (P), Billy Wagner (P), Carlos Delgado (1B), Duaner Sanchez (P), Xavier Nady (OF), Pedro Feliciano (P), Darren Oliver (P), Paul Lo Duca (C)

Notes: The Mets are on a mission. General Manager Omar Minaya has been stocking up the roster with a beautiful balance of home-grown talent (David Wright, Jose Reyes) and big-name superstars (Carlos Delgado, Carlos Beltran), and he also has a knack for finding talented players that manage to fly under the radar (Xavier Nady, Duaner Sanchez) and using them to fill in gaps in the lineup. This year’s additions of Nady, Lo Duca, Wager, Delgado and Sanchez have given the Mets the edge they needed to climb on top of perennial NL East-dominators Atlanta, and they definitely have what it takes to head to the post-season. Subway series, anyone?


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posted by Yankees Chick @ Wednesday, May 10, 2006  
1 Comments:
  • At 3:56 PM, Blogger MG said…

    Willie Randolph is still my favorite Yankee of my lifetime. I missed my last little league game with a burst appendix many years ago and awoke with him in my hospital room. I was sharing it with his nephew. He was one of the most humble, impressive people I've ever met. Pure pro.

    I love my Yankees, and it's almost hard to be saying this, but I really wish all the best to this years Mets. Willie deserves it. My dream, they go seven games vs. the Yankees only to loose by a walkoff home run to us.

     
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