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11-30

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Transaction Analysis: Four More Years! Four More Years!
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Bryan Grosnick

10-06

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Playoff Prospectus: As Madison Bumgarner As You Can Get
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Kenny Ducey

10-06

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Playoff Prospectus: NL Wild Card Game: You Can Predict Ball
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Bryan Grosnick

10-05

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Playoff Prospectus: NL Wild Card Game: Giants vs. Mets
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Mike Gianella

10-04

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Two-Strike Approach: Banged Up, But Not Counted Out
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Cat Garcia

09-23

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The Best of Sam Miller
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Sam Miller

09-09

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Some Projection Left: Ask The Industry: The Ones Who Got Away
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Christopher Crawford

09-09

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Transaction Analysis: Baseball Player Signed
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Jarrett Seidler

09-06

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The Call-Up: Gavin Cecchini
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Jarrett Seidler and Scooter Hotz

09-02

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Transaction Analysis: Bourn Again
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Bryan Grosnick and Steve Givarz

08-23

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The Call-Up: Robert Gsellman
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Jeffrey Paternostro and Mike Gianella

08-20

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BP Mets
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Jarrett Seidler

08-08

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What You Need to Know: We're Not in Asgaard Anymore
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Ashley Varela

08-07

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BP Mets
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Jarrett Seidler

08-02

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Transaction Analysis: Bruce Makes For a Crowded Metropolitan Area
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Bryan Grosnick, Jeffrey Paternostro and Scooter Hotz

07-29

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What You Need to Know: Not Closing, Losing
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Emma Baccellieri

07-20

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Transaction Analysis: Where Does Yuliesky Gurriel Fit?
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Bryan Grosnick

07-17

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BP Mets
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Jarrett Seidler

07-10

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BP Mets
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Mike Vorkunov

07-08

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What You Need to Know: Into the Wild
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Nicolas Stellini

07-08

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Prospect Profile: Amed Rosario
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Jessica Quiroli

07-05

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Cold Takes: A More Democratic Baseball
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Patrick Dubuque

07-05

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What You Need to Know: Oh, That Fernando Rodney
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Daniel Rathman

07-02

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BP Mets
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Jarrett Seidler

06-26

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BP Mets
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Bryan Grosnick

06-22

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What You Need to Know: How Could They Be So Bartless?
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Emma Baccellieri

06-21

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Cold Takes: David Wright Is Not to Blame
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Patrick Dubuque

06-18

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BP Mets
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Andrew Mearns

06-12

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Pebble Hunting: The State of the Closer
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Sam Miller

06-12

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BP Mets
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Mike Vorkunov

06-09

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BP Announcements: Baseball Prospectus Night at Citi Field - July 9, 2016
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Baseball Prospectus

06-09

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Transaction Analysis: Kelly Johnson and the Mets, Together Again
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Bryan Grosnick and Jarrett Seidler

06-04

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BP Mets
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Bryan Grosnick

06-01

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Transaction Analysis: Only The Loney
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Jeffrey Paternostro and Bryan Grosnick

05-31

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What You Need to Know: So This Is Matt Harvey!
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Daniel Rathman

05-29

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BP Mets
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Erik Malinowski

05-25

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What You Need to Know: Chris Sale, Imperfect
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Emma Baccellieri

05-25

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Transaction Analysis: Return of The Freak
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Matthew Trueblood, Kate Morrison, Bryan Grosnick, Adam McInturff, Steve Givarz and Christopher Crawford

05-22

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BP Mets
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Erik Malinowski

05-20

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What You Need to Know: So This Is Matt Harvey?
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Nicolas Stellini

05-14

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BP Mets
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Mike Vorkunov

05-09

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What You Need to Know: The One With All the Home Runs
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Ashley Varela

04-26

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What You Need to Know: Chris Archer Says Goodbye To All That
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Daniel Rathman

04-14

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What You Need to Know: The Return Of The Four-Out Save
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Demetrius Bell

04-14

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Tools of the Trade
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Jeff Long

04-13

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What You Need to Know: When You Had a Taste of Paradise, Back on Earth Can Feel As Cold As Ice
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Emma Baccellieri

04-07

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BP Mets
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Mike Vorkunov

04-06

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What You Need to Know: Noah Syndergaard and the 95 mph Slider
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Emma Baccellieri

04-04

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What You Need to Know: The Race is Long, And in the End It's Only With Yourself
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Ashley Varela

04-01

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BP Mets
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Bryan Grosnick

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Yoenis Cespedes stays in New York, as the Mets pony up $110 million to keep their star slugger.

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October 6, 2016 12:05 pm

Playoff Prospectus: As Madison Bumgarner As You Can Get

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Kenny Ducey

Madison Bumgarner shut out the Mets in a winner-take-all game and he did it with just two pitches.

NEW YORK -- Madison Bumgarner does not give a damn about anything.

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Madison Bumgarner did what Madison Bumgarner does, ending the Mets' season.

We were promised greatness. Leading into this game, the prospective Madison Bumgarner vs. Noah Syndergaard matchup was supposed to be the clash of aces that makes for must-see baseball. The game’s most notorious postseason pitcher–one of the greatest of all time already–faced off against the hardest-throwing starting pitcher in the game, a young ace who carried his team on his back when every other Mets starter collapsed around him.

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October 5, 2016 11:23 am

Playoff Prospectus: NL Wild Card Game: Giants vs. Mets

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Mike Gianella

Madison Bumgarner and the Giants vs. Noah Syndergaard and the Mets, in New York.

The only time the Mets and Giants faced off in the postseason was 2000. New York beat San Francisco three games to one in a series that saw the Mets win two games in extra innings. This year, the Mets took the season series four games to three, including a series in August that was the beginning of the Mets' turnaround from a struggling 60-62 squad to an 87-75 Wild Card team. The Giants stumbled in the second half, but managed to hang on to find their way to their second Wild Card game in three years.

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Many of the Mets' big names are on the disabled list, leaving healthy newcomers in crucial October roles.

As baseball saw its final act of the regular season on Sunday afternoon, it gave fans a chance to say their goodbyes to many beloved players and teams done for 2016. The New York Mets were not one of those things.

Making their triumphant return to the postseason stage despite the trials that they have endured for what felt like most of the 2016 season, the Mets will play for their survival as they host notorious postseason hero Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants on Tuesday evening in a Wild Card matchup at Citi Field. When it come to the Giants' fate, some may preach “even year!” while I would like to think that I take on a more calculated point of view—Taylor Swift didn’t drop a new album. The Mets are still alive.

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September 23, 2016 6:00 am

The Best of Sam Miller

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Sam Miller

Classifying the fans you'll see in the stands at the World Series this weekend.

With our dear Editor-in-Chief leaving Baseball Prospectus for his next chapter, we wanted to highlight some of our favorite chapters of his career here. There's an incredible number of timeless Sam Miller articles to choose from, but we whittled it down enough to not break the internet. This article originally ran on October 30, 2015.

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Scouts answer who the best players baseball lost to football were.

Early Thursday morning, Adam Schefter broke the news that Tim Tebow has signed a contract to play baseball for the New York Mets. You all know who Tebow is, you all saw the workout, and if you’re curious what the general consensus was, it adds up to: Impressive for a guy who hasn’t played baseball competitively for a very long time, very unlikely to make an impact on an MLB roster.

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Tim Tebow is the subject of this writing.

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September 6, 2016 6:00 am

The Call-Up: Gavin Cecchini

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Jarrett Seidler and Scooter Hotz

So no one told you Walker would be hurt this way (clap x4) / Your options suck, you bluff, you look to Triple-A...

The Situation: The resurgent Mets have closed the gap in the National League Wild Card standings to a mere game. Their bench isn’t very good, and second baseman Neil Walker is out for the year with a back injury. Gavin Cecchini has to go on the 40-man roster after the season, the Mets have some open 40-man spots due to injury, and calling him up now doesn’t burn an option, so here he is.

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Baltimore goes dumpster diving, Cleveland brings Coco Crisp home, and the Jeff Francoeur tour adds another stop.

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August 23, 2016 6:00 am

The Call-Up: Robert Gsellman

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Jeffrey Paternostro and Mike Gianella

Robert Gs... Gsell...Gonna pitch out the bullpen so it doesn't really matter.

The Situation: The Mets face what amounts to a do-or-die three-game set with St. Louis, the second wild card leaders, this week. One of those games will be started by Jacob deGrom. That is good. The other two are scheduled to be started by Jon Niese and Seth Lugo. And now that Steven Matz is headed to the disabled list with shoulder inflammation, it isn't a huge surprise that they called up their best upper-level starting pitching prospect to...uh...well...pitch out of the bullpen?

The Background: Robert Gsellman was the Mets 13th-round pick in 2011 out of Westchester High School in Los Angeles. A multi-sport athlete, he was also only 17 when drafted and proceeded through the system slowly, spending a Summer at each of the organization's three short-season affiliates. He's been on prospect radars for a while but only cracked the Mets top ten for the first time this past offseason off a strong campaign between St. Lucie and Binghamton. Gsellman struggled to miss bats in his first taste of Double-A, but the addition of a slider this Spring has helped him find more success in the upper minors in 2016.

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August 20, 2016 9:54 am

BP Mets

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Jarrett Seidler

Not unlike Daniel Murphy, Neil Walker has made offensive gains in his walk year with the Mets. The Mets have another decision to make.

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