Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Mets Reports, Tests and Shocks.

Callaways's real test is Thursday


"There's gonna be unforeseen things that I have never dealt with before along the way. And that's why we hired the coaching staff that we hired," Callaway said at the beginning of spring training. "They're going to have me prepared. I'm gonna ask questions, I'm gonna lean on them on a daily basis."

"I was able to sit next to our coaches. We had discussion after discussion about this situation that situation and I feel prepared going in," Callaway said. "I am really excited about Opening Day. The season as far getting guys ready and stuff like that, making changes is going to be a lot easier than spring training, because you are taking everybody out every game, essentially at some point (in spring games). So that was kind of crazy in itself, just doing that. But we stayed nice and locked in on the things, situations we needed to be thinking about during the game, so it was fun."

Read more here.

MG- You mean Opening Day when the Mets season actually starts and games count? NOOOOOOOOOOOO......

Matt Harvey says the Mets will ‘shock a lot of people’ this season


MG- I am not even going to copy and paste this one...But how so? By staying healthy and winning?

The NY DAILY NEWS talked to scouts about Mets positions.


Travis d'Arnaud 112 games, 348 AB, 16 HR, 57 RBI, .244 avg.
Kevin Plawecki 37 games, 100 AB, 3 HR, 13 RBI, .260 avg.


Adrian Gonzalez 71 games, 231 AB, 3 HR, 30 RBI, .242 avg.


Asdrubal Cabrera 135 games, 479 AB, 14 HR, 59 RBI, .280 avg.


Amed Rosario 46 games, 165 AB, 4 HR, 10 RBI, .248 avg.


Todd Frazier 147 games, 474 AB, 27 HR, 76 RBI, .213 avg.


Yoenis Cespedes 81 games, 291 AB, 17 HR, 42 RBI, .292 avg.


Brandon Nimmo 69 games, 177 AB, 5 HR, 21 RBI, .260 avg.


Jay Bruce 146 games, 555 AB, 36 HR, 101 RBI, .254 avg.


Noah Syndergaard 1-2, 2.97 ERA, 30.1 IP, 34 SO, 3 BB
“If he keeps pitching the way I’ve seen him pitch in his three starts, he should win every award; MVP, Cy Young, everything. All he has to do is stay healthy and maintain what he’s doing.” — AL scout
Jacob deGrom
15-10, 3.53 ERA, 201.1 IP, 239 SO, 59 BB
“All he does is go out and compete. He’s got nasty stuff, his delivery is so long and low, it makes it hard on hitters to pick it up. He looked like he is already in midseason form. He’s the guy I’d want in a big game.” — AL scout
Matt Harvey 5-7, 6.70 ERA, 92.2 IP, 67 SO, 47 BB

“By far the best I have seen him in the last three years. He may not have the same stuff he did when he was coming up, but he looks good. That changeup is his best pitch and it’s coming back, the slider is coming back to him. He looks good and his stuff still plays.” — NL scout

Steven Matz 2-7, 6.08 ERA, 66.2 IP, 48 SO, 19 BB

Seth Lugo 7-5, 4.71 ERA, 101.1 IP, 85 SO, 25 BB


Jeurys Familia 2-2, 4.38 ERA, 24.2 IP, 6 S, 1 BS
“Best he’s looked in a while. He’s sitting 95-96, the sink was back on his ball, he’s thrown a couple of (splitters), which he won’t have to throw for strikes when he’s 0-2, 1-2 and the slider is coming. He looks better than he did last year.” — AL scout
Read the whole thing from the NY DAILY NEWS HERE.

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