NS 2021-22 MLB offseason It’s already a few weeks old and we’re still waiting for the first major move to happen. That’s no wonder – like MLB the season itself, the season is more of a marathon than a sprint – although the impending expiration of a competitive bargaining agreement greatly complicates the way hot kitchen season plays out. That said, it’s still the holiday season, and we’ll be reviewing each potential buyer’s winter wish list over the next few days. Now it is New York Mets‘ rotate. Let’s go there.
Now the Mets appear to be on the verge of finally resolving their office situation – before Angel GM Billy Eppler seems to be the choice to lead baseball operations after a tortuous and somewhat haphazard process – the focus may shift to the actual roster (for now, ignoring the Mets still need a manager for 2022). Speaking of which …
The Mets most likely had hoped that Noah Syndergaard would have accepted the qualified offer, but now it appears he will become a member of the Los Angeles Angels. Currently, the Mets rotation is Jacob deGrom, Taijuan Walker, Carlos Carrascoand maybe, David Peterson and Tylor Megill. For another world like deGrom today, he was still a significant risk of injury. The same goes for Carrasco, and at the back Peterson and Megill offer no guarantees that they will prevent runs to an appropriate extent. The Mets need help here.
Wish list: Marcus Stroman was the key factor of the rotation in 2021, when he put out an ERA of 3.02 and was the only Mets pitcher to score qualifying plays. For his career, Stroman owns a ERA + is 116, and since the start of the 2019 season, the ERA+ figure has been even more impressive 133. Stroman’s increased inside pitching plus his new split has raised hopes that he’s can achieve the highest quality in the future. He’s just what the Mets need, and they should do what it takes to bring Stroman back to Queens.
You could of course argue that, prior to Syndergaard’s departure, the Mets needed more than “just” Stroman, but getting him back in-screen is a great start to a controversial spin.
The Mets could use some solidity in the hot corner and another medium stick.
Wish list: Jose Ramirez that is and more. The Cleveland Guardians exercised Ramirez’s low-cost $12 million option for 2022. That price plus his similarly cheap $13 million option for 2023 makes him a coveted name. want on the commercial market. Given Cleveland’s derelict ownership has shown no interest in investing in on-field product in recent seasons, they are certainly willing to part with him and the Mets could offer a competitive package of prospects. . Ramirez will upgrade his defense in position, great strength in the squad and speed on the points.
Don’t get there, run at Kris Bryant on the free agent market also makes sense for Queenslanders. Person A seems willing to exploit their list, so Matt Chapman There can also be an option at the location through the transaction.
Even if it is possible to lose the free agent Michael Conforto, the Mets have a solid enough off-field situation. However, Brandon NimmoThe durability of is still in question, and Jeff McNeil may need a second facility if Robinson Canó proves he is in a deep decline and Javier Báez moves into another category. In addition, the current off-court alignment of Nimmo, McNeil and Dominic Smith being left-handed and all. As such, they can use a club advantageously in a combination in all three positions.
Wish list: Chris Taylor really a right-handed bat and an efficient one at that. As for his career, he boasts an OPS+ of 109 and he’s been better than that since finding his niche with Dodgers. Taylor runs the grounds well, and also has his lauded positional flexibility. Over the past three seasons, he has spent significant time in five different positions – center, left, second pole, shortcut and third turret. In addition to providing the Mets with a quality off-court club that matches well with what’s already in place, Taylor will also provide them with additional depth in multiple positions on the court. It’s a valuable piece to have.
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