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07-20

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What You Need to Know: Fret No More
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Daniel Rathman

06-28

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What You Need to Know: A Five-Hit Night Unlike Any Other
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Daniel Rathman

04-19

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Raising Aces: Outstanding Arms from Week Two
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Doug Thorburn

04-18

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The Things We Believe: Scary Sliders and Young Studs
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George Bissell and J.J. Jansons

03-28

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BP Mets
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Bryan Grosnick

10-31

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Playoff Prospectus: Assessing the Managers' Moves in Game 3
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Rian Watt

10-30

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Raising Aces: Syndergaard vs Ventura: Hot Hot Heat
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Doug Thorburn

10-15

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Playoff Prospectus: NLDS Game 5 Preview and PECOTA Odds
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Jeffrey Paternostro

10-15

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Player Profile: Noah Syndergaard
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Greg Wellemeyer

10-11

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Playoff Prospectus: Two Baseball Plays: NLDS Game 2
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Jeffrey Paternostro

05-06

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The Stash List: Fourth Edition
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Bret Sayre

04-29

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The Stash List: Third Edition
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Bret Sayre

04-22

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The Stash List: Second Edition
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Bret Sayre

04-01

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The Stash List: Week One
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Bret Sayre

03-14

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Minor League Update: Spring Training Games of March 13
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Jeff Moore

03-04

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Minor League Update: Spring Training Games of March 3
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03-04

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Minor League Update: Spring Training Games of March 3
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Jeff Moore

02-26

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Get to Know: Starting Pitcher Prospects
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Ben Carsley and Craig Goldstein

02-18

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Fantasy Team Preview: New York Mets
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Bret Sayre

01-22

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BP Experts Prospect Mock Draft: Rounds 1-2
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Bret Sayre

11-15

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Raising Aces: Bush League: Noah Syndergaard
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Doug Thorburn

08-27

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Minor League Update: Games of Monday, August 26
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Zach Mortimer

07-15

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Minor League Update: The Futures Game
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Zach Mortimer

07-01

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Minor League Update: Games of June 28-30
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Zach Mortimer

05-31

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BP Unfiltered: Eyewitness: Noah Syndergaard
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Chris King

02-26

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BP Unfiltered: Top 101 Prospects of 2013, Sliced and Diced
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Rob McQuown

12-28

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Minor League Update: 25-Man Roster of Prospects Traded This Offseason
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Jason Martinez

12-17

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Transaction Analysis: The Mets Deal Dickey to Toronto? UPDATED
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Ben Lindbergh and Jason Parks

12-13

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Prospects Will Break Your Heart: Toronto Blue Jays Top 10 Prospects
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Jason Parks

04-26

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Future Shock: Midwest League Notebook
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Kevin Goldstein

04-12

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Prospects Will Break Your Heart: What Could Go Wrong in 2012: Toronto Blue Jays
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Jason Parks

01-26

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Future Shock: Blue Jays Top 11 Prospects
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Kevin Goldstein

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July 20, 2016 9:48 am

What You Need to Know: Fret No More

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Daniel Rathman

Jake Arrieta and Noah Syndergaard look like themselves again, Chase Headley keeps building his trade value, and Blake Snell is effectively wild at Coors.

The Tuesday Takeaway

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Kris Bryant makes major-league history, Noah Syndergaard scuffles amid rumors of elbow trouble, and much more from a busy Monday.

The Monday Takeaway

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April 19, 2016 6:00 am

Raising Aces: Outstanding Arms from Week Two

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Doug Thorburn

Four National League arms had notable performances this week, including the two most talked about young guns.

Week two of the baseball season is the time when poor performance from elite players starts to become concerning, and when multiple standout starts from young players begins to elicit Joy-Joy feelings that they have ascended to a new talent tier. Whereas it's easy to dismiss the whims of the first week as single-game outliers, by now most of the top pitchers have toed the rubber multiple times, and the repetition of head-scratching performance can lead us humans down the natural path of assigning causation, whether or not it exists.

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April 18, 2016 8:00 am

The Things We Believe: Scary Sliders and Young Studs

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George Bissell and J.J. Jansons

George and J.J. share their bold predictions, featuring two starter sliding into the elite and a potential well-kept secret star on the left side of the infield.

Forecasting the future is notoriously difficult. Just ask PECOTA. One of the most compelling reasons we watch baseball is that it serves as a daily reminder that reality is infinitely complex and nothing is ever certain. Mike Trout’s greatness is the lone constant in the baseball universe. This week at Baseball Prospectus, we're giving a new look and feel to the bold predictions pieces that generally are written in the second half of March. Yes, those are written to help you with drafts, but those drafts are ancient history at this point. What we're aiming at here is what we still believe to be true after two weeks of games are in the books. So, call them bold predictions if you will, but these are some things that we believe.

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March 28, 2016 6:00 am

BP Mets

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Bryan Grosnick

How the last 12 months have dismantled much of the baggage that has come with being a Mets fan in the modern era.

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Why the 10,000-foot-up view of Terry Collins sticking with Noah Syndergaard might not paint a full picture.

A major-league plate appearance can resolve in a thousand different ways.

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October 30, 2015 7:21 am

Raising Aces: Syndergaard vs Ventura: Hot Hot Heat

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Doug Thorburn

On Friday night at Citi Field, these two will be throwing hundreds, hundreds, hundreds, hundreds.

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It's the hair versus the brain for a date with the Cubs.

Game 5. deGrom. Greinke. This pretty much sells itself. But if that doesn't do it for you, perhaps Yoenis Cespedes may fire back in his Magic/Bird batflip toss competition with Jose Bautista.

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October 15, 2015 6:00 am

Player Profile: Noah Syndergaard

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Greg Wellemeyer

#Thor #diesel

Player Background

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October 11, 2015 2:33 pm

Playoff Prospectus: Two Baseball Plays: NLDS Game 2

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Jeffrey Paternostro

On one ground ball, the Mets and Dodgers went from playing a great series to an unforgettable one.

Here is a list of topics I would rather be using as a lead for this recap:

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May 6, 2014 6:00 am

The Stash List: Fourth Edition

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Bret Sayre

Jurickson Profar makes his first appearance, but Gregory Polanco remains at the top.

The worst thing for a player who is performing at a high level in the minor leagues is to have a player (or players) ahead of him who is also getting the job done. This goes triple for position players, as a starting pitching prospect will force his way in there if his performance dictates that he deserves a job. If you look at the top names on this list (specifically the first five prospects), part of the reason why they are so prominently ranked is that they are significantly better from a talent perspective than what is ahead of them on the depth chart. Those five players, who are potentially going to be phased out, are (roughly) Travis Snider, Jon Jay, Luis Valbuena, Marc Krauss, and Cody Asche. Those are not impediments, they are placeholders.

The waters get much more murky when you have a player like Alexander Guerrero, who from a talent and performance standpoint should probably get a shot at major league playing time, but is behind Dee Gordon on the depth chart. Normally this wouldn’t be a huge obstacle, but Gordon (and his .385 on-base percentage) has been one of the best leadoff hitters in baseball this season. So while Guerrero ends up in the Honorable Mention section again because he would likely get the call in the event of a Gordon injury, that’s a much less likely outcome than a near replacement player playing like a near replacement level player.

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April 29, 2014 6:00 am

The Stash List: Third Edition

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Bret Sayre

Three NL Central position players lead the way.

We’ll keep the introduction short this week, but it’s the perfect time to touch on a very important topic, both when trying to predict which prospects will have both 2014 and long-term value.

Minor league statistics are deceiving. That’s not to say they can’t be informative, because they do tell the story of what has actually happened in professional games, but they don’t come close to explaining the whole picture. Take Eddie Butler for example—he’s been pitching well in Triple-A, but with the lowest strikeout rate of his minor league career. You could read this as a bad sign when you’re flipping through his Baseball Reference page, but the reality is that the stuff is still just as good as 2013 (if not better), and the Rockies are asking him to pitch to contact more.

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